Antiques Roadshow (US)

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Based on the popular BBC series running since 1979, the PBS Antiques Roadshow combines history with discovery. Each year, the show visits a handful of cities to appraise items brought in by viewers. Are these items worth a lot of money, more than the visitors expect? To be fair, this concept has been copied again since, with East Tennessee Public Television's Treasures In Your Attic, but WGBH/Boston, always the pioneer PBS station, will say their derivative came first.

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Roadshow Favorites

Everyone has a favorite appraisal! In Roadshow Favorites, we relive some of the most memorable — and emotional — discoveries from our first eight years.

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Greatest Finds

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's Greatest Finds showcases the cream of the crop — the rarest, finest, and most valuable objects ROADSHOW experts have appraised over our first eight seasons.

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Tomorrow's Antiques

Tomorrow's Antiques is a blast from the not-so-distant past! This nostalgia-filled special celebrates the rockin' 50s, psychedelic 60s, and funky 70s with ROADSHOW appraisals that prove it's not just 100-year-old antiques that are worth collecting for fun and profit.

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Wild Things!

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's Wild Things revisits the most memorable animal-themed antiques and collectibles showcased on ROADSHOW over the years.

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Naughty or Nice

Naughty or Nice features appraisals that will satisfy everyone's wish list! Highlights from past seasons include an 1863 Temperance lithograph, a letter from Gerald Ford to his kindergarten teacher, and a dress worn by Marilyn Monroe.

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Simply the Best

This special edition, "Simply the Best," showcases objects deemed the finest examples of their kind ever seen on "Roadshow." Massachusetts-made Federal side chairs; 19th-century Rhode Island rifle and powderhorn; women's suffrage movement poster.

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Politically Collect

Campaign buttons; court affidavit submitted by Jimmy Carter to the state of Maine; desk and chair used at the U.S. House of Representatives from 1857-1873.

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Roadshow Remembers

Ten years of treasures featured on ``Antiques Roadshow.''

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Trash to Treasure

Twenty stories of valuable treasures found in garbage piles, on the roadside and in at demolition sites.

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Junk in the Trunk

Previously unseen appraisals from season 15.

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Fame and Fortune

This ROADSHOW special spotlights celebrities, big-shots, and headliners through objects connected to their lives. Fame & Fortune features a stellar line-up of appraisals that give new meaning to the term "face value"!

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Vintage Los Angeles

In Vintage Los Angeles, ROADSHOW takes a look at how memorable appraisals of Disney animation art, a Tiffany lamp, and a Van Briggle vase have changed over fifteen years.

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Vintage Milwaukee

Watch Vintage Milwaukee to see some memorable and gorgeous pieces, some with prices that have soared, like a Tiffany Lamp whose value rose over $10,000!

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Celebrating Black Americana

An 1821 U.S. citizenship certificate for a free man of color; beauty book by Madam C.J. Walker, the first American female millionaire; a trip to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.

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Celebrating Asian-Pacific Heritage

Travel with ROADSHOW as we turn the spotlight on incredible items with Asian and Pacific Islands origins including a Hawaiian Kou bowl, a Gandhi presentation spinning wheel, and an 1888 Joesph Nawahi painting. Which is valued at $250,000-$300,000?

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Junk in the Trunk 6

Travel to all six season 20 tour cities for never-before-aired appraisals. Highlights include a Ty Cobb game-used baseball bat, 18th & 19th century Nephrite belt buckles & Zodiac figure, and a 1942 Lynn Bogue Hunt painting. What’s the top find?

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Best of 20

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The Civil War Years

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Chicago (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW breezed into its eighth season in Chicago, Illinois — "The Windy City"— with host Lara Spencer.

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Chicago (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW breezed into its eighth season in Chicago, Illinois — "The Windy City"— with host Lara Spencer.

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Chicago (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW breezed into its eighth season in Chicago, Illinois — "The Windy City"— with host Lara Spencer.

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San Francisco (1)

When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Lara Spencer docked at "The City by the Bay" they uncovered treasures from all over the country.

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San Francisco (2)

When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Lara Spencer docked at "The City by the Bay" they uncovered treasures from all over the country.

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San Francisco (3)

When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Lara Spencer docked at "The City by the Bay" they uncovered treasures from all over the country.

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Oklahoma City (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW headed west to Oklahoma's capital, where host Lara Spencer and appraisers spotted some exciting finds.

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Oklahoma City (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW headed west to Oklahoma's capital, where host Lara Spencer and appraisers spotted some exciting finds.

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Oklahoma City (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW headed west to Oklahoma's capital, where host Lara Spencer and appraisers spotted some exciting finds.

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Savannah (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Lara Spencer received a warm welcome from Savannah, Georgia — "The Hostess of the South."

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Savannah (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Lara Spencer received a warm welcome from Savannah, Georgia — "The Hostess of the South."

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Savannah (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Lara Spencer received a warm welcome from Savannah, Georgia — "The Hostess of the South."
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St. Paul (1)

In ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's 2005 season opener from St. Paul, Minnesota — the land of 10,000 lakes — former host Lara Spencer and appraisers were awash in a sea of antiques and collectibles.

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St. Paul (2)

In ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's 2005 season opener from St. Paul, Minnesota — the land of 10,000 lakes — former host Lara Spencer and appraisers were awash in a sea of antiques and collectibles.

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St. Paul (3)

In ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's 2005 season opener from St. Paul, Minnesota — the land of 10,000 lakes — former host Lara Spencer and appraisers were awash in a sea of antiques and collectibles.

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Omaha (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and former host Lara Spencer visited Omaha, Nebraska, where appraisers harvested a bumper crop of artifacts.

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Omaha (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and former host Lara Spencer visited Omaha, Nebraska, where appraisers harvested a bumper crop of artifacts.

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Omaha (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and former host Lara Spencer visited Omaha, Nebraska, where appraisers harvested a bumper crop of artifacts.

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Memphis (1)

ROADSHOW waltzed into Memphis, Tennessee, home of the blues and birthplace of rock and roll. Former host Lara Spencer and our appraisers were all shook up as great antiques and collectibles took center stage.

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Memphis (2)

ROADSHOW waltzed into Memphis, Tennessee, home of the blues and birthplace of rock and roll. Former host Lara Spencer and our appraisers were all shook up as great antiques and collectibles took center stage.

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Memphis (3)

ROADSHOW waltzed into Memphis, Tennessee, home of the blues and birthplace of rock and roll. Former host Lara Spencer and our appraisers were all shook up as great antiques and collectibles took center stage.

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Reno (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW headed west to "The Biggest Little City in the World"— Reno, Nevada — where former host Lara Spencer and appraisers prospected for nuggets of history and found some real gems.

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Reno (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW headed west to "The Biggest Little City in the World"— Reno, Nevada — where former host Lara Spencer and appraisers prospected for nuggets of history and found some real gems.

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Reno (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW headed west to "The Biggest Little City in the World"— Reno, Nevada — where former host Lara Spencer and appraisers prospected for nuggets of history and found some real gems.

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Portland (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and former host Lara Spencer stopped to smell "The City of Roses"— Portland, Oregon — where ROADSHOW experts sniffed out some truly arresting artifacts.

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Portland (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and former host Lara Spencer stopped to smell "The City of Roses"— Portland, Oregon — where ROADSHOW experts sniffed out some truly arresting artifacts.

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Portland (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and former host Lara Spencer stopped to smell "The City of Roses"— Portland, Oregon — where ROADSHOW experts sniffed out some truly arresting artifacts.
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Tampa (1)

"So Is It a Buttersworth?" (Actually, No.) After further research, a handsome marine painting initially attributed to 19th-century artist James E. Buttersworth is found instead to be the work of Antonio Jacobsen

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Tampa (2)

Seed Pearl Jewelry: Jewelry appraiser Jeanenne Bell explains "seed pearls."

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Tampa (3)

Pietra Dura: "Rock Art". This stunning work of stone inlay is so intricate, at first the expert mistook it for a painting. More on the history of this impressive technique.

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Houston (1)

Next of Kiln: The Overbeck Sisters. The story of a group of sisters who were married to their art.

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Houston (2)

Orange Crate Labels: Rudy Franchi appraises an extensive collection of orange crate labels that had been harvested for 12 years. Rudy says they're worth $1,000 to $2,000 each and values the entire collection at $25,000 to $30,000.

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Houston (3)

Firing Miss Daisy: What Happened at Wedgwood? Daisy Makeig-Jones, designer of Wedgwood's famed Fairyland Lustre Pottery, was sacked in 1932, because "she got a bit out of hand." But what really happened?

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Los Angeles (1)

The Law of Antiquities: Legal to own? Legal to buy? Legal to sell? But what about the ethics? More on the law governing American antiquities.

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Los Angeles (2)

Victorian Insect Collage: Gary Espinosa appraises a one-of-a-kind insect collage made during the Victorian period in England. He estimates its auction value at $2,000 to $3,000.

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Los Angeles (3)

Charles Schulz Art: Philip Weiss appraises a collection of original art by "Peanuts" artist Charles Shulz, given to the owner as a gift by Schulz himself. Included is a group of daily comic strips from 1961 that feature Charlie Brown in every frame.

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Bismarck (1)

School of Mines Pottery: Learn the basics of collecting this enduring art pottery from the University of North Dakota.

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Bismarck (2)

Breaking Down Your Fender (Don't Try This at Home): Is it really okay to take the neck off your Fender guitar?

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Bismarck (3)

Dakota, Lakota, Nakota: Languages of the Sioux: More on the languages of the American Plains Indians.

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Providence (1)

Appraiser John Delaney unwinds with the Providence Globe clock.

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Providence (2)

Is This the Real Rudolph? Ho-Ho-Hold on a minute! Are these the real Rudolph and Santa puppets from the TV Christmas classic?

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Providence (3)

Bellamy Eagles: When Values Soar. In 2005 this carved eagle plaque was appraised for roughly $40,000. Now it's probably worth over $100,000. What happened?
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Honolulu (1)

Why Hawaiian Quilts?: Hawaii's quilt-making tradition is as unique as the Pacific island culture it comes from.

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Honolulu (2)

ROADSHOW Visits Hawaii (Finally): Learn what it took to get ANTIQUES ROADSHOW to Honolulu.

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Honolulu (3)

A Real Andy Warhol? Are butterflies hand-drawn on a dinner napkin really the work of Andy Warhol? The verdict is in ...

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Philadelphia (1)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has the distinction of being one of the stops in ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's first season, taped in 1996. Flash forward a decade, and ROADSHOW was back with host Mark L. Walberg "where it all began."

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Philadelphia (2)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has the distinction of being one of the stops in ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's first season, taped in 1996. Flash forward a decade, and ROADSHOW was back with host Mark L. Walberg "where it all began."

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Philadelphia (3)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has the distinction of being one of the stops in ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's first season, taped in 1996. Flash forward a decade, and ROADSHOW was back with host Mark L. Walberg "where it all began."

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Tucson (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg dug up a multitude of treasures in the Grand Canyon State — Tucson, Arizona — where crowds braved the 104-degree heat to bring in some cool objects.

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Tucson (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg dug up a multitude of treasures in the Grand Canyon State — Tucson, Arizona — where crowds braved the 104-degree heat to bring in some cool objects.

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Tucson (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg dug up a multitude of treasures in the Grand Canyon State — Tucson, Arizona — where crowds braved the 104-degree heat to bring in some cool objects. A rare collection of 1956 Olympic memorabilia; collection of World War II American propaganda posters; trio of paintings by Gaston Chaissac.

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Mobile (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host sent a salute from "The City of Flags"— Mobile, Alabama — where host Mark L. Walberg and appraisers encountered a whirlwind of great finds.

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Mobile (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host sent a salute from "The City of Flags"— Mobile, Alabama — where host Mark L. Walberg and appraisers encountered a whirlwind of great finds. Circa 1969 NFL jersey worn by Gayle Sayers; side chair may have been in the Lincoln White House; books containing lithographs of American Indian chiefs.

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Mobile (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host sent a salute from "The City of Flags"— Mobile, Alabama — where host Mark L. Walberg and appraisers encountered a whirlwind of great finds. Confederate army belt buckle; letters and documents from Franklin Delano Roosevelt; circa 1850 Virginia painted chest.

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Salt Lake City (1)

When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW surveyed scenic Salt Lake City — "The Crossroads of the West"— appraisers discovered treasures with local roots.

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Salt Lake City (2)

When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW surveyed scenic Salt Lake City — "The Crossroads of the West"— appraisers discovered treasures with local roots.

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Salt Lake City (3)

When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW surveyed scenic Salt Lake City — "The Crossroads of the West"— appraisers discovered treasures with local roots.

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Milwaukee (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg wrapped up its exciting 11th season in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where experts rounded up some outstanding finds.

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Milwaukee (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg wrapped up its exciting 11th season in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where experts rounded up some outstanding finds.

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Milwaukee (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg wrapped up its exciting 11th season in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where experts rounded up some outstanding finds.
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Baltimore (1)

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Baltimore (2)

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Baltimore (3)

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Orlando (1)

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Orlando (2)

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Orlando (3)

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San Antonio (1)

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San Antonio (2)

Silver statue of St. Catherine; 200-year-old heirloom needlepoint sampler; massive desk and bookcase.

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San Antonio (3)

A collection of memorabilia from a 1957 Buddy Holly and the Crickets concert; a Texas painting of bluebonnets by Robert W. Wood; four Chinese porcelain panels.

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Spokane (1)

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Spokane (2)

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Spokane (3)

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Louisville (1)

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Louisville (2)

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Louisville (3)

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Las Vegas (1)

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Las Vegas (2)

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Las Vegas (3)

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Politically Collect

Campaign buttons; court affidavit submitted by Jimmy Carter to the state of Maine; desk and chair used at the U.S. House of Representatives from 1857-1873.
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Palm Springs (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, with host Mark L. Walberg, opened its lucky 13th season in Palm Springs, California, with a mix of great good fortune and an equally staggering loss.

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Palm Springs (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, with host Mark L. Walberg, opened its lucky 13th season in Palm Springs, California, with a mix of great good fortune and an equally staggering loss.

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Palm Springs (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, with host Mark L. Walberg, opened its lucky 13th season in Palm Springs, California, with a mix of great good fortune and an equally staggering loss.

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Dallas (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg ride into Dallas, Texas, where everything is larger than life.

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Dallas (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg ride into Dallas, Texas, where everything is larger than life.

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Dallas (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg ride into Dallas, Texas, where everything is larger than life.

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Wichita (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg glide into airplane industry hub Wichita, Kansas, where eagle-eyed experts spot some unusual finds.

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Wichita (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg glide into airplane industry hub Wichita, Kansas, where eagle-eyed experts spot some unusual finds.

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Wichita (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg glide into airplane industry hub Wichita, Kansas, where eagle-eyed experts spot some unusual finds.

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Chattanooga (1)

When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg surveyed "The Scenic City"— Chattanooga, Tennessee — appraisers discovered some surprising sights.

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Chattanooga (2)

When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg surveyed "The Scenic City"— Chattanooga, Tennessee — appraisers discovered some surprising sights.

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Chattanooga (3)

When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg surveyed "The Scenic City"— Chattanooga, Tennessee — appraisers discovered some surprising sights.

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Grand Rapids (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg voyaged to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where they found rivers of treasure.

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Grand Rapids (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg voyaged to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where they found rivers of treasure.

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Grand Rapids (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and host Mark L. Walberg voyaged to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where they found rivers of treasure.

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Hartford (1)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and Mark L. Walberg visited Hartford, Connecticut, where the antiques and collectibles reflected the area's rich history.

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Hartford (2)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and Mark L. Walberg visited Hartford, Connecticut, where the antiques and collectibles reflected the area's rich history.

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Hartford (3)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and Mark L. Walberg visited Hartford, Connecticut, where the antiques and collectibles reflected the area's rich history.

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Special: Relative Riches

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Special: Big & Little

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Raleigh (1)

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Raleigh (2)

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Raleigh (3)

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Atlantic City (1)

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Atlantic City (2)

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Atlantic City (3)

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Madison (1)

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Madison (2)

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Madison (3)

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Denver (1)

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Denver (2)

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Denver (3)

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Phoenix (1)

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Phoenix (2)

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Phoenix (3)

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San Jose (1)

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San Jose (2)

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San Jose (3)

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Miami Beach (1)

Highlights include an archive of correspondence and photos, circa 1965, marking the friendship between a cigar-loving Winston Churchill and the guest’s Cuban great aunt and uncle; a stunning 1908 example of New Orleans’ Newcomb College pottery; and an heirloom collection of vintage diamond rings and a necklace, estimated to be worth $80,000 to $100,000.

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Miami Beach (2)

Highlights include an archive of correspondence and photos, circa 1965, marking the friendship between a cigar-loving Winston Churchill and the guest’s Cuban great aunt and uncle; a stunning 1908 example of New Orleans’ Newcomb College pottery; and an heirloom collection of vintage diamond rings and a necklace, estimated to be worth $80,000 to $100,000.

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Miami Beach (3)

Highlights include an archive of correspondence and photos, circa 1965, marking the friendship between a cigar-loving Winston Churchill and the guest’s Cuban great aunt and uncle; a stunning 1908 example of New Orleans’ Newcomb College pottery; and an heirloom collection of vintage diamond rings and a necklace, estimated to be worth $80,000 to $100,000.

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San Diego (1)

Roadshow discusses the appeal of vintage Steiff animals at the San Diego Zoo.

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San Diego (2)

Roadshow learns about 19th-century American naval cutlasses at the USS Midway Museum.

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San Diego (3)

Roadshow glides into Allen Airways Flying Museum to look at early aviation posters.

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Des Moines (1)

Roadshow looks at sand art by Andrew Clemens at the State Historical Museum of Iowa.

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Des Moines (2)

Part 2 of 3 in Des Moines features a collection of late-1950s and ’60s Lucy M. Lewis Acoma Pueblo pottery; an 1820 Russian Loutkin snuff box inscribed with the Romanov dynasty’s imperial arms; and a 1623 Shakespeare First Folio that’s valued between $40,000 and $50,000. Also: an extra-illustrated book set based on a Charles Dickens biography is examined at Salisbury House and Gardens, the estate of 1920s cosmetics tycoon Carl Weeks.

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Des Moines (3)

Roadshow gets a lesson in honey farming in bee-autiful Des Moines, Iowa.

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Billings (1)

Part 1 of 3 in Billings, Mont., features a 19th-century Chinese jade brush washer; a 1752 English silver coursing trophy; and a 19th-century Arthur Brown watercolor scene of Yellowstone National Park that's valued at $75,000 to $125,000.

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Billings (2)

A 19th-century Japanese suit of armor; an 1874 oil painting by Swiss artist Luigi Rossi; circa-1825 Parisian gilt bronze serving tray.

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Billings (3)

ROADSHOW brings the paintings of Joseph Henry Sharp into focus at the Yellowstone Art Museum.

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Biloxi (1)

Part 1 of 3 in Biloxi, Miss., features a circa 1950 Walter Anderson linocut; an 1899 Buffalo Bill poster; and a 1928 bronze sculpture of Russian Ballet dancers that's valued at $100,000 to $150,000.

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Biloxi (2)

Part 2 of 3 in Biloxi, Miss., includes a 1943 National League autographed baseball; a circa 1770 sword that was used in the Revolutionary War; and a preserved 1811 silk-on-silk embroidery that's valued at $40,000 to $50,000. Also: vintage space toys.

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Biloxi (3)

Conclusion. In Biloxi, Miss., items include a suit worn by Olivia de Havilland in the 1943 movie "Princess O'Rourke"; a circa 1890 French industrial clock; and four 1827 watercolors by the Guilford Limner, a North Carolina-based artist.

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Washington DC (1)

Part 1 of 2 in Washington, D.C., features a 1958 letter from Martin Luther King Jr.; a circa 1965 Andy Warhol lithograph; and a turn-of-the-20th-century, hand-wrought Gorham silver tea set that's valued at $90,000. Also: the Harry S. Truman Building.

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Washington DC (2)

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Washington DC (3)

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Tulsa (1)

Part 1 of 3. Season 16 begins in Tulsa, where items include a signed note from Mother Teresa; an 1894 Winchester rifle; and a collection of late 17th-, early 18th-century Chinese rhinoceros horn cups that are valued at more than a million dollars. Also: a visit to the Pawnee Bill Ranch highlights show-stopping Wild West posters.

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Tulsa (2)

Part 2 of 3 in Tulsa features a 1960 first edition of "To Kill a Mockingbird" inscribed by author Harper Lee; a collection of bronzes that may or may not be Remingtons and Russells; and a 1924 Gibson F-5 "Lloyd Loar" mandolin valued at $175,000. Also: a visit to the Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve highlights vintage petroliana collectibles.

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Tulsa (3)

Conclusion. In Tulsa, items include an 1826 English gadget cane that's equipped with both a pistol and a telescope; a 1931 Oscar Mayer in-store display; and a circa 1600 Ming Dynasty cast bronze guardian figure. Also: a visit to the Philbrook Museum of Art highlights housewares, appliances and electronics that were turned into functional art by 20th-century industrial designers.

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Eugene (1)

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Eugene (2)

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Eugene (3)

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Pittsburgh (1)

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Pittsburgh (2)

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Pittsburgh (3)

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El Paso (1)

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El Paso (2)

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El Paso (3)

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Atlanta (1)

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Atlanta (2)

ROADSHOW examines the case of Coca-Cola's missing Norman Rockwell illustrations.

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Atlanta (3)

1775 map of Manhattan; Confederate Officers Sword; Dickson Watercolor

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Minneapolis (1)

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Minneapolis (2)

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Minneapolis (3)

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Vintage Phoenix

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Vintage Secaucus

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Vintage Houston

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Vintage Atlanta

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Vintage San Francisco

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Vintage Pittsburgh

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Junk in the Trunk 2

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Cats & Dogs

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Greatest Gifts

Episode Description

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Corpus Christi 1

Diego Rivera oil painting; 1967 painting by Alexander Calder; Japanese bronze depicting a mythical figure; Fisk Tire Boy sign.

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Corpus Christi 2

Vintage flash art; John Lennon's signature; a book inscribed by Salvador Dali.

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Corpus Christi, Hour 3

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW finds art that spans the 20th century in the sparkling city by the sea including: a 1912 portrait by Charles Courtney Curran and a 1983 Helen Frankenthaler lithograph.

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Boston, Hour 1

In Boston, Massachusetts, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Wes Cowan look at a famous and controversial Paul Revere print.

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Boston, Hour 2

Boston guests sure can carry a tune, bringing in a 1950 Selmer alto saxophone, an impressive George Gershwin collection, and 1970s Beatles memorabilia valued at $60,000.

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Boston, Hour 3

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW explores folk art carvings at the historic Sleeper-McCann House in Gloucester, Massachusetts with appraiser Stephen Fletcher.

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Myrtle Beach, Hour 1

In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Eric Silver visit beautiful Brookgreen Gardens to discuss early 20th century female sculptors.

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Myrtle Beach, Hour 2

In the latest Roadshow’s Most Wanted segment, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW investigates a story about stolen art from South Carolina’s Hobcaw Barony estate with appraiser Debra Force and a former FBI agent.

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Myrtle Beach, Hour 3

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits the Waccamaw River with host Mark L. Walberg and militaria appraiser Christopher Mitchell as they discuss an important 19th century blockade rifle.

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Cincinnati, Hour 1

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits the American Sign Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio for a look at vintage electric signs.

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Cincinnati, Hour 2

In Cincinnati Hour 2, discoveries in "the city that sings" include: a suit that belonged to chicken magnate, Colonel Sanders and an 1846 wall map of the Western United States valued at $11,000 - $12,000.

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Cincinnati, Hour 3

In Cincinnati Hour 3, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW explores how today’s endangered rhinos are affected by the antiques trade with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service during a visit to the Cincinnati Zoo.

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Rapid City, Hour 1

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits one of South Dakota's greatest treasures, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, to look at presidential prints.

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Rapid City, Hour 2

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW hits the open road to visit the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, located in the town famous for its annual motorcycle rally.

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Rapid City, Hour 3

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg explores 19th century Sioux weapons with appraiser John Buxton at beautiful Sylvan Lake in Custer State Park.

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Seattle, Hour 1

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW rocks out at Seattle’s EMP Museum and discusses Jimi Hendrix’s trend-setting fashion style. Other highlights include: a Vladimir Kagan desk used by Kagan himself, and an impressive 1874 Francis A. Silva oil painting valued at $250,000.

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Seattle, Hour 2

It wouldn’t be a visit to Seattle without a ride up the Space Needle! ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Nicholas Lowry visit the tower to talk about World’s Fair posters.

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Seattle, Hour 3

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg discusses Northwest Coast Indian masks with appraiser Ted Trotta at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture.

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Vintage Los Angeles

In Vintage Los Angeles, ROADSHOW takes a look at how memorable appraisals of Disney animation art, a Tiffany lamp, and a Van Briggle vase have changed over fifteen years.

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Vintage Milwaukee

Vintage Milwaukee Watch Vintage Milwaukee to see some memorable and gorgeous pieces, some with prices that have soared, like a Tiffany Lamp whose value rose over $10,000!

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Vintage Rochester

Since ROADSHOW's 1998 appraisal event in Rochester, NY, some items have quintupled in value, while others have dropped more than $1,000! Can you guess which ones?

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Vintage Louisville

Watch Vintage Louisville as we recount some memorable appraisals from 15 years ago and take a look at some appraisals values that have rose over $100,000!

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Vintage Hartford

Watch Vintage Hartford to see how the values have changed over the years, like a Tiffany aquamarine glass vase that more than doubled its value from back in 1998!

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Vintage Richmond

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW revisits items appraised in Richmond, VA back in 1998. A Cartier desk clock has increased in value from a 1998 appraisal of $10,000 to $15,000 to an updated estimate of $25,000 to $35,000. But have all the prices gone up?

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Junk in the Trunk 3

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Special: Survivors

Every antique is a survivor, but considering some have made it through exceptionally dangerous circumstances, it is amazing they survived at all. In this special episode, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW highlights amazing tales of rescues, near misses, and beating the odds with treasures that have endured wars, natural disasters, fires, and more.

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Finders Keepers(?)

Episode Description

1

Boise 1

A first edition of the Book of Mormon; a 1955 Madoura plate designed by Picasso; an 1858 oil painting by Sanford Robinson Gifford.

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Boise 2

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is in Idaho, mining the Gem State for hidden treasures! Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Gary Piattoni head to the Old Idaho State Penitentiary to discuss what type of law enforcement collectibles should be locked up in the vault.

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Boise 3

Conclusion. In Boise, Idaho, items include an 1822 letter from Thomas Jefferson; a Babe Ruth Candy Club membership card; and a ruby-and-diamond necklace. Also: the work of artist James Castle is discussed during a visit to the Boise Art Museum.

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Detroit 1

A 1970 Andy Warhol poster; early 20th-century collection of Pewabic pottery; working script of ``The Wizard of Oz.''

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Detroit 2

Marvin Gaye's 1964 passport; a Petrus van Schendel oil painting circa 1860; signed photo album of President Abraham Lincoln, his Cabinet and the Senate.

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Detroit 3

A Charles Schulz signed letter and drawing of Linus; letters from Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud; etchings by Edward Hopper and John Sloan.

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Baton Rouge 1

A French Art Deco diamond and platinum ring; a copy of ''The History of Magic'' signed by Jim Morrison; four Rembrandt and James McNeill Whistler etchings.

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Baton Rouge 2

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is in Baton Rouge, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Kathleen Harwood head to the LSU Museum of Art to delve into the work of Louisiana-local artist Clementine Hunter.

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Baton Rouge 3

An early 19th century Louisiana work table; Civil War Confederate letters; Porfirio Salinas oil, circa 1935, in its original frame.

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Kansas City 1

An 1891 Kansas City Fire Chief presentation badge; 1796 Chinese bronze censer; 1965 Roy Lichtenstein screen print.

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Kansas City 2

A beauty book, circa 1928, by Madam C.J. Walker; an 1861 E.G. Wright silver cornet; a 1920 Julian Onderdonk oil painting.

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Kansas City 3

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Anaheim 1

'You Bet Your Life' prop duck; two sketches by singer Michael Jackson, circa 1973; Frederic Church oil painting, circa 1867.In Anaheim, California, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Philip Weiss travel to the Queen Mary to talk about ocean liner memorabilia.

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Anaheim 2

Two pairs of performance shoes belonging to actor Buddy Ebsen; jade jewelry collection; oil painting by French artist Maurice Utrillo.

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Anaheim 3

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Richmond 1

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Richmond 2

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Richmond 3

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Vintage Providence

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Vintage Tampa

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Vintage Columbus

Back in 1999, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW dropped in on Columbus, Ohio. Since then, some of the originally appraised items have soared in value, but others have sunk.

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Vintage Toronto

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW looks back at some of the items appraised in Toronto, Canada in 1999 and how their values have fared in the today’s market. Highlights include a Victorian carved oak bed; a Duiffopruggar-style violin; and a Demetre Chiparus "Starfish" bronze that first appraised for $100,000-$150,000 and is now valued at $150,000-$250,000.

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Vintage Baltimore

In this show we uncover some dramatic changes in the value of key appraisals. Highlights include an Edgar Allan Poe—inscribed book; a Titanic collection; and a Frederick De Wit atlas, ca. 1680, that jumped from $30,000-$50,000 to $50,000-$70,000.

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Vintage Salt Lake City

Back in 1999, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visited Salt Lake City, Utah. Tune in to see what happened to the values of the items found during that trip. Highlights include Napoleonic prisoner-of-war pieces; a Mormon certificate of gratitude; and a Carleton Watkins photograph that previously came in at $4,000-$6,000 and now is appraised at $15,000-$25,000.

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Vintage Des Moines

Fifteen years after first visiting Des Moines, Iowa, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW looks back on featured items to see if their value has changed. Highlights include a Rambling Mickey Mouse toy with its original box, ca. 1934; Charles Lindbergh memorabilia; and a Samuel McIntire medallion that has soared in value from $70,000-$90,000 to $200,000-$300,000.

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Knoxville 1

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Knoxville 2

In Knoxville, Tennessee, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Francis J. Wahlgren travel to the Rhea County Courthouse to look at a book relating to the Scopes “monkey trial.”

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Knoxville 3

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Jacksonville 1

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Jacksonville 2

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Jacksonville 3

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Junk in the Trunk 4, Part 1

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Junk in the Trunk 4, Part 2

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The Boomer Years

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Manor House Treasures

Episode Description

1

New York City, Hour 1

An unpublished Art Spiegelman book proposal circa 1974; headboard from the set of 'The Godfather: Part II'; rare photographic baseball cards with a handwritten letter from the 1871-1872 Boston Red Stockings.

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New York City, Hour 2

A Tiffany Studios mosaic inkwell circa 1905; a show run from the Beatles' first appearance on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' along with an autographed photo of the band; Joseph Kleitsch oil painting circa 1925.

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New York City, Hour 3

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Austin, Hour 1

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Austin, Hour 2

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Austin, Hour 3

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Bismarck, Hour 1

Antiques Roadshow rolls into Bismarck, North Dakota, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Ken Gloss at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park to learn about the books of Elizabeth Custer.

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Bismarck, Hour 2

Antiques Roadshow host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Richard Johnston travel to the Vintage Guitar Magazine headquarters to discuss Larson Brothers guitars.

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Bismarck, Hour 3

Antiques Roadshow is in Bismarck, North Dakota, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Ted Trotta head to the State Historical Society of North Dakota to look at Plains Indian ledger drawings.

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Birmingham, Hour 1

Host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Catherine Williamson at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute to discuss the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-20th century and to look at materials related to Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Birmingham, Hour 2

Host Mark L. Walberg heads to the historic site of Sloss Furnaces with appraiser Stuart Whitehurst to learn about iron antiques and the history of the iron and steel industry.

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Birmingham, Hour 3

Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser John Buxton visit the Birmingham Museum of Art to look at a rare African wood carving from the late 19th century.

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Santa Clara, Hour 1

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Santa Clara, Hour 2

Host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser James Supp at the Pacific Pinball Museum to look at vintage pinball machines. Highlights include: a Lambert magician automaton, ca. 1900 that is still in working condition; a Ray Bradbury archive collected by Bradbury’s high school English teacher; and Fred Myrick scrimshaw tooth, ca. 1830 that has a long history of family folklore and is appraised for $150,000 to $200,000.

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Santa Clara, Hour 3

Great finds that include a Booker T. Washington archive collected by Washington's former teacher; a 17th C. Chinese transitional wine pot that was mistaken for a teapot; and an Eanger Irving Couse painting featuring an iconic subject for the artist

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Charleston, Hour 1

New appraisals include an archive of the Oak Ridge Journal, the newspaper for a town created for the Manhattan Project; a Pete Seeger autographed sign relating to the Peekskill riots of 1949; and an 1854 Edward Beyer panoramic oil painting that features Charleston before West Virginia separated from Virginia.

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Charleston, Hour 2

At the offices of the U.S. General Services Administration, host Mark L. Walberg interviews Inspector General Brian Miller about the New Deal's WPA program, the tens of thousands of artworks produced under its auspices and the current effort to find some of these lost treasures.

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Charleston, Hour 3

The final of 3 parts in Charleston, W.V., features standout appraisals that include a Newcomb College vase, ca. 1905, in need of a good cleaning; an 1875 W.S. Young landscape oil of the Greenbrier River in West Virginia; and a collection of Noel Coward "Sail Away" memorabilia gifted by Coward himself.

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Vintage St. Louis

An 1847 Petrus van Schendel painting; Steiff black bear; an iron frame Henry rifle.

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Vintage Sacramento

An 1864 Lincoln campaign poster; a Dirk Van Erp lamp; Marion Kavanaugh Wachtel oil.

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Vintage Denver

Uncover changes in the value of appraisals from 15 years ago. Highlights include a Bakelite collection, a 19th C. Tabor mining archive, and some Jessie Willcox Smith paintings. See which item more than doubles its original valuation.

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Vintage Tulsa

Discover how values have changed for appraisals from 15 years ago. Highlights include a Navajo Chief's blanket, a Connecticut secretary and chair, and a 1924 Charles Russell watercolor. Learn which item is worth $125,000-$135,000.

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Vintage Las Vegas

Look back at memorable items appraised in 2000. Highlights include a collection of magic memorabilia, ca. 1925, a Shearer chest of drawers and an album of John Thomson photos.

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Vintage Madison

Journey back 15 years and learn how fantastic finds have fared in today’s market. Highlights include an 1875 Norwegian Hardanger fiddle, Winsor McCay comic art, and an Eanger Irving Couse oil. Uncover which item doubled in value to $80,000-$100,000.

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Vintage Charleston

Look back to 2000 and learn what has since happened in the antiques market. Highlights include Newcomb College vases, Fred Meyer photographs, ca. 1900, and a Léon Julien Deschamps bronze. Learn which item is now worth $55,000-$60,000?

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Albuquerque, Hour 1

Discover the treasures of Albuquerque including a 1969 Woodstock jacket and program, a silk wedding gown, ca. 1875, and a Jane Peterson oil "The Answer,” ca. 1925. Which is valued at $300,000? Also: a visit to the International Balloon Museum.

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Albuquerque, Hour 2

Journey to Albuquerque for finds such as a 1969 Jasper Johns flag print, a 1939 inscribed "Pinocchio" book, and an Imperial jade snuff bottle. Find out which is appraised for $50,000-$60,000! Also: a trip to the Museum of International Folk Art.

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Albuquerque, Hour 3

Journey to Albuquerque for finds such as a 1969 Jasper Johns flag print, a 1939 inscribed "Pinocchio" book, and an Imperial jade snuff bottle. Find out which is appraised for $50,000-$60,000! Also: a trip to the Museum of International Folk Art.

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Chicago, Hour 1

Travel to Chicago for finds like a 1969 "Chicago Seven" signed subpoena, a 1961 Leonora Carrington oil, and a 1976 Playboy Bunny collection. Which find is appraised at $200,000-$300,000? Also: a visit to the Art Institute of Chicago.

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Chicago, Hour 2

Part 2 of 3. In Chicago, items include a Walt Whitman Civil War-era letter; 1910 Walter Johnson All-Star watch; and 1989 Keith Haring graffiti art. Also: The Chicago Civic Opera House is visited.

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Chicago, Hour 3

Conclusion. In Chicago, items include Ayn Rand-inscribed books; an Edward Borein watercolor, ca. 1930; and a 1931 Carnegie Hero Medal. Also: a trip to Crab Tree Farm.

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Junk in the Trunk 5, Hour 1

Part 1 of 2. Items include a 1925 San Francisco pictorial map; NASA signed photos; and a Chinese jadeite peach-form bowl from around 1900.

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Junk in the Trunk 5, Hour 2

Conclusion. Items include "Fantasia" drawings and sketches from 1940; Alvin & the Chipmunks puppets, ca. 1958; and Israel Regardie's manuscripts and books.

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Junk in the Trunk 5, Hour 3

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Treasures on the Move

Travel-related items are featured, including Art Deco travel posters; a Waltham railroad pocket watch; and a Lewis and Clark map. Also: a trip to the Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum in Ypsilanti, Mich.
Episode Description

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Spokane, Hour 1

Part 1 of 3. The Season 20 premiere visits Spokane, where items include a 1919 Belmont Stakes trophy; 1963 "The Avengers" comics; and two Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso oil paintings.

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Spokane, Hour 2

Part 2 of 3 in Spokane features a 1961-63 JFK archive; grotesque face jug; and "Gone with the Wind" sketches.

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Spokane, Hour 3

Conclusion. In Spokane, items include a 1938 "Snow White" banner; Chinese huanghuali cosmetic case; and 1860 John J. Audubon chromolithograph.

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Little Rock, Hour 1

Part 1 of 3 in Little Rock. Items include an Olin Travis painting; 1936 Lou Gehrig autograph; and English giltwood cabinet-on-stand, ca. 1730.

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Little Rock, Hour 2

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Little Rock, Hour 3

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Charleston, Hour 1

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Charleston, Hour 2

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Charleston, Hour 3

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Tucson, Hour 1

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Tucson, Hour 2

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Tucson, Hour 3

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Omaha, Hour 1

A 1939 Grant Wood ``Fertility'' lithograph; Daytona model Rolex circa 1970; Prohibition liquor bottles circa 1925.

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Omaha, Hour 2

Whitey Ford and Yogi Berra baseball jerseys, from 1955 and 1951, respectively; an 1863 gilt bronze-mounted gaslight; an 1887 Seth Whipple oil painting

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Omaha, Hour 3

In Omaha, items include a Humphreys' homeopathic medicine cabinet; 1939 Gregoire Boonzaier "View of Cape Town" oil painting; and a mid-19th-century Mormon book archive.

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Cleveland, Hour 1

Items include 1920 World Series stubs; a Charles Rohlfs music stand from around 1905; and an Ohio folk art double portrait, ca. 1838.

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Cleveland, Hour 2

Items include an Ohio salt-glazed figural stoneware match stand; 1863 Civil War grave marker group; and 1964 Manoucher Yektai oil painting.

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Cleveland, Hour 3

In Cleveland, items include a "Big Bronco" coin-operated horse from about 1952; Bill Watterson archive, ca. 1975; and Tiffany & Co. pendant watch necklace.

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Vintage Tucson

Revisiting a Navajo Ute First Phase blanket, which was first appraised in 2001

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Vintage New York

Emile Galle faience cat circa 1890; Robert F. Kennedy letter from 1968; a Philadelphia candlestand circa 1765

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Vintage Indianapolis

An autographed electric guitar; Little Orphan Annie dress circa 1930; a 1913 N.C. Wyeth painting.

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Vintage New Orleans

A New Orleans art pottery jardiniere; an 1858 map of lower Mississippi; a 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers World Series ball

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Vintage San Diego

A Dr. Seuss Kangaroo Bird; Tiffany & Co. yellow diamond pendant; 1781 George Washington lifetime print.

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Vintage Miami

A John Lehman stoneware jug circa 1870; a 34-star Civil War flag; René Portocarrero painting circa 1958.

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Vintage Boston

A violin attributed to Johannes B. Ceruti; an 1836 Joseph H. Davis painting; frontiersman's pipe tomahawk.

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Mansion Masterpieces

Watch as history meets fantasy with treasures fit for a period costume drama including a 1907 Robert Henri oil painting, a late 16th century diamond marriage jewel and an English Giltwood cabinet-on-stand. Which is now valued at $500,000-$700,000?
Episode Description

1

Fort Worth Hour 1

A rock 'n' roll poster collection circa 1968; a Delaware tribe beaded baldric; an Auguste Rodin Eternal Spring bronze. ( Part 1 of 3)

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Fort Worth Hour 2

Part 2 of 3 in Fort Worth features a Felipe Orlando abstract oil, ca. 1980; a German baroque lockbox from about 1625; and a Green Bay Packers championship ring, ca. 1965.

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Fort Worth Hour 3

Conclusion. In Fort Worth, items include an 1864 Civil War statue hilt presentation sword; 1936 Joe Fortenberry Olympic gold medal; and James Madison's personal seal, ca. 1828.

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Indianapolis Hour 1

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Indianapolis Hour 2

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Indianapolis Hour 3

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Palm Springs Hour 1

Palm Springs Hour 1 Part 1

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Palm Springs Hour 2

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Palm Springs Hour 3

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Salt Lake City Hour 1

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Salt Lake City Hour 2

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Salt Lake City Hour 3

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Virginia Beach Hour 1

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Virginia Beach Hour 2

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Virginia Beach Hour 3

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Orlando Hour 1

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Orlando Hour 2

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Orlando Hour 3

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Vintage Albuquerque

Revisit fan-favorite appraisals from 2002 that have been updated with today’s market value, including a magnificent Tang dynasty marble lion that moves the expert to tears. Has time impacted the value of this rare find?

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Vintage Hot Springs

Discover how appraisals from 15 years have changed in the antiques market, including Andrew Clemens sand art, ca. 1880, a 1933 All-Star game signed baseball, and an 1886 Jasper Cropsey painting. Can you guess which item is valued at $100,000?

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Vintage Austin

See memorable finds appraised at ROADSHOW 17 years ago. Highlights include an H. Siddons Mowbray painting, an 1802 Meriwether Lewis commission, and Marilyn Monroe photos from 1953. Learn which item’s updated appraisal has $165,000 added to the value.

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Vintage Cleveland

Learn how the antiques and collectibles market has evolved in the last 15 years with updated appraisals like a 1979 Kent State apology, a Patek Philippe pocket watch, and a Herter Brothers sideboard and table. Which appraisal has increased $50,000?

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Vintage Seattle

Uncover how Seattle appraisals from 15 years ago have held up in the rising and falling antiques market. Highlights include a 1937 Birger Sandzén landscape, Babe Ruth-signed photos, and WWII work incentive posters. Have the values soared or sunk?

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Vintage Chatlotte