It's time to clean out the cabinets and dig through the garage.
The Treasure Hunters Roadshow has returned to Stephenville and is looking for unique items.
The show is taking place now through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Quality Inn.
"We may not buy everything, but we definitly want to see it all," said Tony Prescott, the show's manager.
Since Tuesday, the show has analyzed a variety of items from Erath County residents and purchased a $5 bill from the 1800s. The bill was unique because it was a Merchant Planters Bank bill, the official currency of Georgia before the creation of the U.S. dollar.
They also bought two rare guitars including a 1933 Kalamazoo and a 1939 Gibson.
"They are in great condition. You don't see many like this anymore," Prescott said.
Some residents who stopped by the show simply did so to find out how much their possessions are worth.
One man brought in an authentic Samurai sword but opted to keep it after learning that sharpening the blade significantly depreciates the value.
Another man came to the event to find out how much his coins were worth. He was surprised to learn that some of his coins were worth a lot, while others were only worth the original mint price. He chose not to share the estimated value.
Prescott guarantees that all gold and silver pieces will be purchased, and said they are particularly interested in coins, currency, rare and historical artifacts and memorabilia owned or signed by celebrities.
"You never know how unique your items are," Prescott said.