That constituted a verbal and/or written contract, Bruce said in his complaint.But he claims Fritz never cashed his 0 check and he never got his polarimeter.When Mike Wolfe bought his house in Leiper’s Fork, it might have been the first time in his long career as a “picker” that he didn’t try to negotiate the price.Unlike most of the “rusty gold” he seeks out on his History Channel show, That’s not to say that the house was in perfect shape.American Pickers has become one of History Channel’s highest rated series.Now in it’s fifth season Mike Wolfe is paid 0 thousand per season.That's important, he says, "so that we don't lose our heritage or that kids can see what the world was like about 1880 or during the Civil War."But he's run into a roadblock with one particular item — a polarimeter — that he saw on an "American Pickers" episode in August 2010.The devices date back to the 1830s and were used to measure the sugar content in alcohol.
“He’s been dealing in antiques since the 70s and started buying property.
He’s had the Antique Archeology name for 13 years ‘cause he always made up Antique Archeology t-shirts and would bring them over for me to wear ‘cause I design clothes.
I would slice them up and tear ‘em up and leave the Antique Archeology on the front and do fun things with them.
show “American Pickers” on the History Channel starring Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, then you’ve no doubt seen the woman they’re always calling back at their store – (Antique Archeology) Danielle. Here then is our interview with Danielle Colby Cushman.
Mike and Frank are “pickers”, but what’s Danielle’s story? A – You know, I think a lot of people feel that way.