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Series Description: ANTIQUES ROADSHOW cameras capture tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-lost items salvaged from attics and basements, while experts reveal the fascinating truths about these finds.

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  • Chicago, Illinois (#101)

    This series features specialists from the country's leading auction houses -- Butterfield & Butterfield, Christie's, William Doyle Galleries, Skinner and Sotheby's -- and independent dealers who travel the country to offer free appraisals of antiques and collectibles. The series listens in as owners recount tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-neglected items salvaged from attics and basements, while appraisers reveal the fascinating truth about these finds. Along the way, host Chris Jussel introduces viewers to important historical and cultural sites on each of the thirteen stops, while featured appraisers offer essays and tips on many aspects of collecting. The first episode tours Chicago, Illinois, where experts from the nation's top auction houses look for silver, American furniture, fine paintings, and great toys and games. Chris Jussel surveys the Windy City from the vantage point of its lakefront. He explores Chicago's history, from its Native American roots, to the Great Fire of 1871, to its triumphant comeback. At the Odeum Sports and Expo Center, appraisers are excited about a number of rare finds, including an early 19th-century military rifle and a document signed by George Washington. Also featured is a tour of the home and studio of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. [56 minutes]

  • Seattle, Washington (#102)

    In Seattle, Washington, "Antiques Roadshow" experts team up with local appraisers to examine Native American artifacts, silver and jewelry, imports from the Orient and even Civil War militaria. Host Chris Jussel visits some of Seattle's most colorful sites, including Pike Place market, which locals call the oldest continuously operating farmers' market in the nation; Pioneer Square, the city's oldest neighborhood; the Boeing Museum of Flight, where more than 60 years of aviation history is housed; and the Mount Pilchuck Glass School, where students have unlimited access to learning about and creating glass objects of art. At the Washington State Convention and Trade Center, collectors arrive with some surprising objects, including a Confederate sword and rare arts and crafts pottery vases. [56 minutes]

  • Denver, Colorado - Shrine Auditorium (#103)

    "Antiques Roadshow" experts gather at Denver's Shrine Auditorium to look at and appraise everything from fine furniture to a watch that may have belonged to George Washington, as well as other regional pieces. High above the Mile-High City at Denver's City Park, host Chris Jussel talks about the city's cultural diversity and its strong ties with England, then visits the Victorian home of the "Unsinkable" Molly Brown, survivor of the Titanic disaster and wife of a gold mining magnate who became one of Denver's most eccentric and flamboyent citizens. Denver area collectors challenge "Antiques Roadshow" experts to identify a number of unique items, including a silver set bestowed as a gift by the Czar of Russia and a Revolutionary War sabre. [56 minutes]

  • Hartford Connecticut (#104)

    Finds include antique toys, Native American crafts, paintings, furniture and historic documents. [56 minutes]

  • San Antonio Texas (#105)

    In San Antonio, "Antique Roadshow" specialists look at folk art, African bronzes, ceramics, paintings and a variety of imports from Europe and Japan. Chris Jussel visits the Spanish Governor's Mansion, the Alamo, and the colorful Riverwalk to introduce viewers to America's 10th largest urban area. Arms experts Russ Pritchard and George Juno also present examples of arms that would have been used during the battle at the Alamo. [56 minutes]

  • Southfield Michigan (#106)

    "Antiques Roadshow" specialists from the country's great auction houses look at and appraise a variety of Americana in Southfield, Michigan. People came from all over the world to settle in Michigan, and the diversity of their cultures is reflected by the items viewed in this episode. Host Chris Jussel tours Southfield -- a relatively new and diverse town near Detroit, incorporated less than 40 years ago. At the Southfield Civic Center, "Antiques Roadshow" appraisers are thrilled to find a magnificent example of Duncan Phyfe furniture and an important watercolor painting. [56 minutes]

  • Minneapolis, St. Paul, Minnesota (#107)

    This episode of "Antiques Roadshow" challenges appraisers with a variety of antiques from the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Series host Chris Jussell sojourns to Anthony's Falls on the Mississippi River where the Twin Cities' history as a thriving mill community began. At the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, "Antiques Roadshow" experts encounter a rare piece of African American memorabilia and a flag with a historic connection to President McKinley. Appraisers offer tips on how to select Oriental rugs and highlight the growing interest in collections of art pieces compiled by corporations. [56 minutes]

  • Albuquerque, New Mexico (#108)

    In Albuquerque, New Mexico, "Antiques Roadshow" experts look at and appraise Native American pottery, porcelain, and oriental objects. Host Chris Jussel visits the 18th-century church of San Felipe de Neri in Albuquerque's historic Old Town; the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center whose artifacts represent many different Pueblo peoples; and Petroglyph National Park, where images drawn on rocks date back as far as 1000 BC. At the Albuquerque Convention Center, collectors and appraisers huddle over some impressive items, including a valuable Durer engraving and a rare 19th-century Canadian Native American costume. [56 minutes]

  • Concord, Ma (#109)

    Antiques Roadshow specialists in Concord, Massachusetts appraise a diverse array of collectibles, including Art Nouveau jewelry, Colonial and Federal style furniture, and 19th-century Chinese watercolors. Series host Chris Jussel highlights the region's celebrated history with visits to the Concord Museum and the birthplace of the American Revolution -- the Old North Bridge. Among the items brought to the Concord Armory for appraisal are a valuable needlepoint sampler found in an old trunk and an 1898 Swiss music box, now worth 1,000 times its original price. [56 minutes]

  • College Park, Md (#110)

    In College Park, Maryland, just across the Potomac River from the nation's capitol, Antiques Roadshow's independent dealers and expert appraisers value antiques and collectibles that range from American folk art to furniture and art pieces. Highlights include a visit to the U.S. Department of State's Diplomatic Reception Room for a look at one of the best collections of early American furniture; advice on appraising and identifying highly-collectible Steiff bears; and a sample of African-American memorabilia collected from the Baltimore area. [56 minutes]

  • Kansas City, Mo (#111)

    Tiffany vases, a Thomas Hart Benton painting and George Washington's medicine chest are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Durham North Carolina (#112)

    Antiques Roadshow experts visit the Durham, North Carolina area to appraise unique antiques and collectibles. In the Research Triangle area, host Chris Jussel visits the historic Duke family homestead and Duke University -- one of the many North Carolina landmarks traced to this philanthropic family. At the Durham Civic Center, appraisers encounter autographed photos of Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley, and a University of North Carolina football used for the first forward pass in the 1895 season. [56 minutes]

  • Greenwich, Connecticut (#113)

    In Greenwich, Connecticut, Antiques Roadshow experts look forward to a variety of exciting items brought in from homes all around Connecticut's "Gold Coast" -- Fairfield County. Host Chris Jussel visits the Bush-Holley House, built in 1732, headquarters and emblem of the Greenwich Historical Society. Perhaps one of the most renowned country towns in America, Greenwich has a history dating back over three-and-a-half-centuries, from its beginnings as a fishing and farming community to its more recent history as a distinguished suburb of New York City. At the Old Greenwich Civic Center, appraisers look at a wide variety of objects, including a 60-year-old Yankee home run baseball and an unusual collection of European maps. [56 minutes]

  • Secaucus, Nj Part One (#201)

    More than an extension of New York City, Secaucus, New Jersey has a historic past of its own. In this episode of 'Antiques Roadshow,' host Chris Jussel joins his team of appraisers to view the antiques, relics and rarities of northern New Jersey. The appraisals include items from documents written by Ernest Hemingway to an electric pencil invented by Thomas Edison. Also featured is a trip to the Craftsman Farms, for a look at the foremost collection of furnishings from the arts and crafts period; tips on identifying the authenticity of tortoise shell, ivory, silk and Asian lacquers; and a variety of African-American memorabilia. [56 minutes]

  • Secaucus, Nj Part Two (#202)

    The appraisals continue in "Antique Roadshow's" second hour in Secaucus, NJ. Expert appraisers evaluate family heirlooms and garage-sale curios, with some expected winners such as Louis Comfort Tiffany art glass, and many surprises -- from a Philadelphia Spice Cabinet appraised at $40,000 to rip- off replicas. Chris Jussel takes time off from the busy floor of the Meadowlands Expo Center to visit a museum in West Orange dedicated to the inventions of Thomas Edison and Kerry Shrives presents examples from a Judaica collection. [56 minutes]

  • Cincinnati (#203)

    Cincinnati is proud of its cultural identity and features a wealth of history. Chris Jussel visits the Cincinnati Art Museum for a quick review of Rookwood Pottery, all locally made in Ohio; and the newly refurbished Union Terminal, now housing the Cincinnati History Museum. The "Antiques Roadshow" team of experts appraise some of Ohio's best, from a 19th century gold sapphire necklace to movie poster art. [56 minutes]

  • Atlanta - Part 1 (#204)

    Before the Civil War, Atlanta, Georgia was a bustling business and industrial town -- a prominent commercial railroad stop for the south. Because of its success, it was a target during the Civil War and became one of the important symbols of the south during that era. In this episode of "Antiques Roadshow," Chris Jussel and his gathering of appraisers are on the lookout for Civil War memorabilia and other historically significant objects. During his visit, Chris Jussel tours a perfectly-restored 18th century home in Atlanta and gets tips on collecting "Gone With the Wind" souvenir items. [56 minutes]

  • Atlanta - Part 2 (#205)

    In this second hour of "Antiques Roadshow" in Atlanta, Chris Jussel joins expert appraisers in the Cobb Galleria Centre as they hunt for valuable Civil War memorabilia and other regional antiques. Atlanta's history is highlighted through a visit to the Marietta Museum of History and a look at rare Civil War arms and collectibles. Other features include the inside information used by professional appraisers in identifying Japanese and Chinese porcelain, and a segment presenting popular 19th-century pottery. [56 minutes]

  • San Francisco, California - Part 1 (#206)

    San Francisco's great history comes alive in this episode of "Antiques Roadshow." Host Chris Jussel visits the Point Bonita Lighthouse -- a survivor of the 1906 earthquake; and meets up with his experts at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium to appraise a great collection of antiques from the northern California area. Unknown treasures and a few reproductions are amongst the goods, which include a rare Eskimo hunting hat and a collection of Rookwood pottery. [56 minutes]

  • San Francisco, California - Part 2 (#207)

    Some of San Francisco's unconventional character is presented in the second hour of "Antiques Roadshow's" jaunt to the Golden Gate City. Chris Jussel visits Jackson Square -- San Francisco's oldest historic area, once teeming with brothels and saloons. He's joined by Rudy Franchi of The Nostalgia Factory who shows Jussel a collection of rock concert posters items once thought to have little cultural value, but now quite desirable. In the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, a crew of experts appraise antiques from around the Bay area. [56 minutes]

  • Pittsburgh, Pa - Part 1 (#208)

    Pittsburgh began its long history as Fort Pitt -- established by the British in 1758 to defend the area surrounding the Ohio River. In U.S. hands, it later became a bustling commercial and industrial trade area, and is now considered one of the most livable cities in the country. "Antiques Roadshow" sojourns to Pittsburgh's David L. Lawrence Convention Center to uncover the treasures of the city's past and appraise their cultural, historical and monetary value. Host Chris Jussel visits the Pittsburgh chapter of the National American Glass Club and gets advice from experts from collecting Barbie dolls to fine Russian enamel work. [56 minutes]

  • Pittsburgh, Pa - Part 2 (#209)

    In the second hour of "Antiques Roadshow" in Pittsburgh, the city's best is unveiled at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. Amateur collectors from around the state have brought their most treasured curios and heirlooms for appraisal, from an original Mickey Mouse watch to folk art paintings. Highlights include assessing the value of antique jewelry; jade identification; and a stop at the Henry Clay Frick Mansion to sample some of the connoisseur's best art pieces. [56 minutes]

  • Dallas (#210)

    Long thought to be nothing more than a country cowtown, Dallas put itself on the map as a major cosmopolitan city in 1936 when it hosted the Texas Centennial exposition. "Antiques Roadshow" host Chris Jussel visits Fair Park, where the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the country is amassed, and is also the location of Texas' famous Centennial. From all over North Texas, serious collectors and antique lovers gather to have their treasures appraised at the Adams Mark Hotel. The "Antiques Roadshow" experts assess a variety of valuables, from a diamond ring that once belonged to Elvis Preseley to an embroidery sampler worth $50,000. [56 minutes]

  • Phoenix, Az (#211)

    "Antiques Roadshow" visits the Valley of the Suns -- Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix has long been associated with Native American culture and boasts one of the best collections of Native American artifacts at the Heard Museum. Host Chris Jussel visits the museum and presents a brief history of Native American influences in Arizona. At the Phoenix Civic Plaza, collectors gather to have their treasures valued by expert appraisers -- some rarities pop up, as well as a few flops. Also featured are tips on how to find the best costume jewelry and a trip to view a rare collection of antique board games. [56 minutes]

  • Phoenix, Az (#212)

    "Antiques Roadshow" looks back to celebrate the history of Phoenix. Almost one thousand years ago, 50,000 Hohokam -- ancient ancestors of southwestern Native Americans -- lived in Pueblo Grande, a village built around a sophisticated canal and irrigation system that helped the community thrive. The community was mysteriously abandoned, but the canals were resurrected by settlers hundreds of years later, and grew to become Phoenix. Host, Chris Jussel, explores the canals -- one of the city's great treasures. Among the appraisals at the Phoenix Civic Plaza are tips on how to care for antique furniture by Skinner's Karen Keane; and a rare collection of carriage clocks presented by independent dealer Gordon Converse. [56 minutes]

  • Nashvillle, Tn (#213)

    Chris Jussel hosts "Antiques Roadshow" from Nashville -- a city of great musical legend and home to The Grand Ole Opry, the most popular live country music revue in America. However, Tennessee is not only known for its music, it boasts a rich culture full of renowned historical figures such as the eighth President of the United States -- Andrew Jackson. In this episode, Nashville's famous son makes an appearance in the form of presidential letters worth $10,000. Also featured is a tour and brief history of Jackson's home, The Hermitage. [56 minutes]

  • Richmond, Virginia - Part 1 of 2 Richmond Centre (#301)

    This series is part adventure, part history lesson, part treasure hunt. Specialists from the country's leading auction houses and independent appraisers and dealers from across the nation traveled throughout the United States offering free public appraisals of antiques and collectibles. [56 minutes]

  • Richmond, Virginia - Part 2 of 2 Richmond Centre (#302)

    This series is part adventure, part history lesson, part treasure hunt. Specialists from the country's leading auction houses and independent appraisers and dealers from across the nation traveled throughout the United States offering free public appraisals of antiques and collectibles. In this episode, "Antiques Roadshow" returns to Richmond, VA. [56 minutes]

  • Los Angeles, California (#303)

    Movie props and California Art make appearances as"Antiques Roadshow" makes the first of two stops in Los Angeles. [56 minutes]

  • Los Angeles, California (Part 2) (#304)

    Antiques Roadshow winds up its LA tour. [56 minutes]

  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin (#305)

    "Antiques Roadshow" descends on Milwaukee for the first of two shows. [56 minutes]

  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Part 2) (#306)

    "Antiques Roadshow" makes its second of two stops in Milwaukee. [56 minutes]

  • Rochester, New York (#307)

    Antiques Roadshow travels to the hometown of the founder of the Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York for the first to appearances there. [56 minutes]

  • Rochester, New York (#308)

    Antiques Roadshow wraps up it's visit to Rochester, NY with a visit to the Eastman house and a look at the empresive motion picture and movie paraphernalia collection. [56 minutes]

  • Houston, Texas (#309)

    "Antiques Roadshow" heads to Lone Star State for the first of two shows in Houston. [56 minutes]

  • Houston, Texas Part 2 (#310)

    Antiques Roadshow wraps up it's visit to Houston. [56 minutes]

  • Louisville, Kentucky (#311)

    Louisville, Kentucky hosts the first of two Antiques Roadshows. [56 minutes]

  • Louisville, Kentucky Part 2 (#312)

    Obscure French surreal painting, James Dean's yearbook and the sidearm of a civil war general who befriended President Abrahm Lincoln are just a few of the delightful treasures to crop up in Part 2 of Antiques Roadshows' venture through Louisville. [56 minutes]

  • Portland, Oregon Part 1 (#313)

    The Rose City hosts the first of two visits by The Antiques Roadshow. Among the many "treasures" are vintage slides of one a USO show during the Korean War, featuring Marilyn Monroe and a visit to a museum entirely devoted to the American advertising culture. [56 minutes]

  • Portland, Oregon Part 2 (#314)

    Part two of the Portland stop takes us on a serence tour through the city's famous Japansese gardens. At the convention center, more "treasures" are being unearthed, including vintage baseball photographs and comics and an extensive collection of "Gone With the Wind" memorabilia. [56 minutes]

  • Hartford, Connecticut Part 1 (#315)

    Hartford, Connecticut is the site of this installment of Antiques Roadshow. Appearing this week in Harford are Tibetan Buddhist Prayer Beads, gold and silver objects from South America and a nineteenth century painting dug out of a dumpster. The big winner is a painting by Luis Jimenez bought for $400 and valued between sixty and ninety thousand dollars. [56 minutes]

  • Hartford, Connecticut Part 2 (#316)

    It's back to Connecticut again for the second of two stops in Hartford. This episode of Antiques Roadshow features a tour of Mark Twain's family home, an intricately detailed model train built by a prisoner and a visit to the American Clock and Watch Museum. [56 minutes]

  • Columbus, Oh (#401)

    From the historic Kelton House, host Chris Jussel describes Columbus' important place on the Underground Railroad. At the Greater Columbus Convention Center, appraisers spot some unusual items, including a skull humidor, a vintage set of Playboy magazines and an important letter from Thomas Jefferson valued at $100,000. [56 minutes]

  • Columbus, Oh (#402)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW continues its visit to Columbus, Ohio, where host Chris Jussel recounts the life of one of Columbus' favorite sons, author James Thurber, and visits Thurber's restored boyhood home. Collectors gather with a remarkable array of objects to be appraised, including a vintage football poster, a giant Steiff teddy bear and an impressive collection of Art Deco clocks worth between $30,000 and $50,000. [56 minutes]

  • Birmingham, Al (#403)

    Birmingham, Alabama--Host Chris Jussel welcomes viewers to Birmingham, Alabama, from the Birmingham Museum of Art, the largest art museum in the Southeast, with the largest and most comprehensive collection of Wedgwood outside of England. At the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, appraisers are thrilled to find a rare collection of Gone with the Wind memorabilia, an interesting old Bible and a marvelous miniature Chippendale chest estimated to be worth between $50,000 and $60,000. [56 minutes]

  • Birmingham, Al (#404)

    From the historic Sloss Furnaces Complex in Birmingham, Alabama, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Chris Jussel describes how a combination of abundant raw materials and entrepreneurship fueled the early growth of the city's iron and steel industries in the 19th century. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW experts at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex find a wealth of interesting objects, including an exquisite late 19th-century crazy quilt and an unusual gold ring with a surprise inside -- and a surprising value of between $15,000 and $20,000. [56 minutes]

  • Tampa, FL (#405)

    This series is part adventure, part history lesson, part treasure hunt. Specialists from the country's leading auction houses and independent appraisers and dealers from across the nation traveled throughout the United States offering free public appraisals of antiques and collectibles. [56 minutes]

  • Tampa, FL (#406)

    This series is part adventure, part history lesson, part treasure hunt. Specialists from the country's leading auction houses and independent appraisers and dealers from across the nation traveled throughout the United States offering free public appraisals of antiques and collectibles. [56 minutes]

  • Providence, Ri (#407)

    This series is part adventure, part history lesson, part treasure hunt. Specialists from the country's leading auction houses and independent appraisers and dealers from across the nation traveled throughout the United States offering free public appraisals of antiques and collectibles. [56 minutes]

  • Providence, Ri (#408)

    According to Ripley's Believe It Or Not, it's the world's largest pocket knife and it contains the world's smallest pocket knife. See for yourself when Antiques Roadshow returns to Providence, Rhode Island. [56 minutes]

  • Baltimore, Maryland (#409)

    A man arrives at the Baltimore appraisal event with an old rooster weathervane retrieved from an oat bin on his family's farm in Newton, Pennsylvania; an original deed to the farm establishes that it once belonged to a David Twining. "David Twining's farm is probably the most famous in Pennsylvania," explains appraiser Ron Bourgeault of Northeast Auctions, who also points out that early American artist Edward Hicks depicted the farm in several well-known oil paintings --one of which recently sold for over $1.4 million. Because of the weather vane's and deed's association with the Twining farm, they are valued at between $30,000 and $50,000. [56 minutes]

  • Baltimore, Maryland (#410)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is back in Baltimore, Maryland, and Chris Jussel introduces the show from the famous Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team. At the Baltimore Convention Center, collectors arrive with an incredible array of objects, including a wonderful French Revival-style Victorian painting and a book signed by Edgar Allen Poe. [56 minutes]

  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada (#411)

    From the shores of Lake Ontario, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Chris Jussel tells the story of Toronto's early history and its rise to become Canada's financial and commercial center. Appraisers gather at the National Trade Centre at Exhibition Place to view an assortment of unexpected treasures, including a handsome silver tea set, a rare golf club, and a very rare bronze, ivory and marble statue valued at between $100,000 and $150,000. [56 minutes]

  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada (#412)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Chris Jussel introduces viewers to one of Toronto's distinctive institutions, the Royal Ontario Museum, one of the few museums in the world that combines fine art, archaeology and sciences under one roof. Among the treasures uncovered by ANTIQUES ROADSHOW experts at the National Trade Centre at Exhibition Place are a Canadian Mounties doll brought in by a very young collector, a vintage Rolex watch and a fascinating weight in the shape of a bird, designed to hold open a gate and estimated to be worth between $600 and $800. [56 minutes]

  • Salt Lake City, Utah (#413)

    No trip to Salt Lake City, Utah, would be complete without a visit to Temple Square and the Mormon Tabernacle, and ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Chris Jussel adds historical context to these dramatic landmarks. At the Salt Palace Convention Center, appraisers spot a unique piece of human hair jewelry, a stunning diamond and pearl tiara ring and a striking collection of Native-American beadwork. [56 minutes]

  • Salt Lake City, Utah (#414)

    From the shores of the Great Salt Lake, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Chris Jussel recalls the heyday of the Mormon resort and amusement park known as Saltair, which was built in 1893, and the Salt Palace Convention Center, where appraisers identify an important Mormon document, a delightful mechanical birdcage and an unusual bronze statue of Napoleon worth between $15,000 and $20,000. [56 minutes]

  • Des Moines, Iowa (#415)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Chris Jussel opens the Des Moines show from the magnificent Iowa State capitol building, patterned after the national Capitol and constructed with 29 different varieties of marble. At the Polk County Convention Center, ROADSHOW experts encounter a wide variety of antiques and collectibles, including a startlingly realistic Black Forest carving of a dog, a propeller from one of Charles Lindbergh's biplanes and a moving letter written by Mark Twain, appraised at between $8,000 and $10,000. [56 minutes]

  • Des Moines, Iowa (#416)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Chris Jussel welcomes viewers back to Des Moines from Salisbury House, the dream house built by cold-cream mogul Carl Weeks in the 1920s and fashioned after an English mansion. ROADSHOW appraisers are delighted with the assortment of objects brought to the Polk County Convention Center, including a vintage Wurlitzer jukebox, a lovely Tiffany vase and a unique Chinese box and horn valued at between $17,000 and $19,000. [54 minutes]

  • St. Louis, Missouri, Hour One - America's Center (#501)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW welcomes new host Dan Elias as the series kicks off its fifth season of history, discovery, and drama from St. Louis, Missouri. Elias visits St. Louis's Old Courthouse where, in 1850, a slave name Dred Scott sued for and won his freedom_a decision later overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, hastening the start of the Civil War. At America's Center, ROADSHOW experts spot a number of valuable items, including two exquisite Japanese ivory carvings, a hand-colored map of Missouri printed in 1822, and a painting worth $ 30,000 to $50,000. [56 minutes]

  • St. Louis, Missouri, Hour Two - America's Center (#502)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW continues its visit to the Show-Me State. Host Dan Elias takes a break from the action to tour one of St. Louis's most magnificent buildings: the forty-two-room Cupples House, built in 1880 as an architectural monument to Samuel Cupples' success as a merchant and shipping magnate. Back at America's Center, appraisers discover an antique Budweiser tin, a toy bear with a very grown-up appraisal estimate, and an extraordinarily large and well-preserved, eighteenth-century silk needlepoint scene. [56 minutes]

  • St. Louis, Missouri, Hour Three - America's Center (#503)

    Host Dan Elias leads an ANTIQUES ROADSHOW field trip to the new home of the St. Louis Mercantile Library. Founded in 1846, the Mercantile is the oldest public library west of the Mississippi and home to one of the region's finest collections of scholarly research materials. At America's Center, collectors arrive with an eclectic array of treasures, including a collection of ribbonwork clothing created by members of a Miami Indian tribe from northern Indiana, a turn-of-the-century medical chest containing tins for 288 different herbs, and a rare repeat rifle valued at $75,000 to $100,000. [56 minutes]

  • Charleston, South Carolina, Hour One - Charleston Area Convention Center (#504)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW returns to Charleston, South Carolina where host Dan Elias visits the historic Heyward-Washington house, just one of the many architectural treasures in this charming port city. Special finds at the Charleston Area Convention Center include a set of comedian Jackie Gleason's monogrammed golf clubs, a 1763 Massachusetts broadside about the French and Indian War, and a nineteenth-century, hand-hammered silver bowl designed to rinse and cool wine glasses, valued at $10,000. [56 minutes]

  • Charleston, South Carolina, Hour Two - Charleston Area Convention Center (#505)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is back in Charleston, South Carolina, where host Dan Elias visits the Gibbes Museum, home to an impressive collection of works from the city's talented artistic community, including a number of magnificent miniature portraits. At the Charleston Area Convention Center, appraisers identify other treasures, including a Hawaiian ukulele played by the owner's grandfather in the 1930s, an outstanding nineteenth-century basket, and a unique collection of folk-art puppets_purchased on impulse with the owner's rent money. [56 minutes]

  • Charleston, South Carolina, Hour Three - Charleston Area Convention Center (#506)

    Host Dan Elias wraps up the series' visit to Charleston, South Carolina with a side trip to Fort Sumter, a Confederate stronghold during the Civil War, now a national memorial to one of the most painful chapters in our nation's history. Significant discoveries at the Charleston Area Convention Center include a nineteenth-century bronze sculpture by one of the most notable French artists of his time, a rare set of surveyor's instruments from the 1800s, and one of the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's most unique appraisal items a chair created for the world's most famous "Siamese twins," conjoined brothers born in Thailand in the early nineteenth century, estimated to be worth $ 10,000 to $12,000. [56 minutes]

  • Austin, Texas, Hour One - Austin Convention Center (#507)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW kicks off its Austin visit with a tour of the Texas State Capitol. With its impressive dome featuring the goddess of liberty perched on top, the Capitol has been a prominent fixture in the city's skyline for more than a century. At the Austin Convention Center, hopeful collectors gather to learn more about their prized possessions, including a striking pair of Chinese headdresses intended to ward off evil spirits, made in the 1920s to 1930s; a scrimshaw domino set traced to a whaling vessel that traveled to San Francisco in the nineteenth century, and an extensive collection of rock and roll memorabilia from the 1960s and early 1970s including a rare poster advertising a 1965 Rolling Stones show valued at about $ 15,000. [56 minutes]

  • Austin, Texas, Hour Two - The Austin Convention Center (#508)

    In Austin, Texas, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Dan Elias introduces the show from one of the world's great libraries, the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas. The Center's vast collections include millions of manuscripts, photographs and artifacts, from the plays of Tennessee Williams to the storyboards from Gone With the Wind. Back at the Austin Convention Center, ROADHOW appraisers uncover a myriad of rare artifacts, including a collection of African American dolls, a hall stand originally owned by a notorious Austin resident, and a letter written in 1868 from Ulysses S. Grant accepting the Republican nomination for the presidency valued at $60,000 to $80,000. [56 minutes]

  • Denver, Colorado, Hour One - Denver Convention Complex (#509)

    Host Dan Elias welcomes ANTIQUES ROADSHOW viewers to Denver, Colorado from the Denver Art Museum. Housed in an extraordinary building designed by Italian architect Gio Ponti, the museum is home to the largest and most comprehensive art collection between Kansas City and the West Coast. Collectors show up at the Denver Convention Complex with an array of valuable antiques including a stunning Tiffany lamp with an all-important original patina, a Van Briggle vase-one of only four like it in existence and a late eighteenth-century, hand-turned maple bowl and pounder that could fetch as much as $35,000. [56 minutes]

  • Denver, Colorado, Hour Two - Denver Convention Complex (#510)

    From the Black American West Museum in downtown Denver, Colorado, host Dan Elias helps set the record straight about the number of African Americans who worked as cowboys, rodeo showmen, marksmen, and medical pioneers on the Western frontier. Back at the Denver Convention Complex, ROADSHOW appraisers discover a wealth of historical treasures, including a rosewood baseball bat from the pre-professional baseball era, a turn-of-the-century cast-iron bank, and an extensive collection of documents from one of Colorado's great nineteenth-century mining towns, valued at $40,000 to $60,000. [56 minutes]

  • Denver, Colorado, Hour Three - Denver Convention Complex (#511)

    At the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW stop in Denver, Colorado, host Dan Elias introduces viewers to a true American folk hero: Western frontiersman "Buffalo Bill" Cody, a frequent and famous visitor to the area whose final resting place is right outside of town. Once again, the Denver Convention Complex is the scene of many an extraordinary find, including an elegant mahogany and brass lap desk, a finely-beaded Native American saddle throw, and a collection of unusual Art Deco Bakelite objects that could bring $6,000 to $10000. [56 minutes]

  • Madison, Wisconsin, Hour One - Alliant Energy Center (#512)

    In Madison, Wisconsin, host Dan Elias takes a sojourn to the State Capitol complex where beautifully-landscaped grounds play host to art fairs, weekly farmer's markets, and summer concerts, fulfilling the city planners' desire to make the government an integral part of public life. At Madison's Alliant Energy Center, appraisers spot a rare, printed broadside announcing South Carolina's secession from the union in 1862; an ash spinning wheel manufactured locally in Waitsville, Wisconsin, and an eight-string Norwegian fiddle the owner's uncle won in a card game, valued at $4,000. [56 minutes]

  • Madison, Wisconsin, Hour Two - Alliant Energy Center (#513)

    When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW continues its visit to Madison, Wisconsin, host Dan Elias travels outside the city to visit Taliesin-the workshop, laboratory and lifelong project of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Back at the Alliant Energy Center, ROADSHOW appraisers examine a variety of prized possessions, including a folding parasol that was a gift to the owner's grandmother from Queen Victoria in the mid-1800s, a museum-quality silver and gold incense burner, and a very rare pipestone and horn table worth $6,000 to $8,000. [56 minutes]

  • Madison, Wisconsin, Hour Three - Alliant Energy Center (#514)

    While in Madison, Wisconsin, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Dan Elias shows us what makes this one of the most beautiful and livable cities in the nation. ROADSHOW appraisers at the Alliant Energy Center discover a number of interesting items, including a handsome dining room table and Stickley chairs, a Chinese blanket designed to cover a child's wooden saddle, and a hand-drawn comic strip illustration from 1909-found in a barn-estimated to be worth $25,000 to $35,000. [56 minutes]

  • Tulsa, Oklahoma, Hour One - Tulsa Convention Center (#515)

    In Tulsa, Oklahoma, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Dan Elias shows off the " Queen of the Tulsa Skyline." The Philtower, with its distinctive tile roof, is a wonderful example of Art Deco architecture a style that was all the rage when oil tycoon Waite Phillips built the downtown landmark in 1927. Back at the Tulsa Convention Center, crowds gather to have ROADSHOW experts appraise a wide variety of artifacts, including a turn-of-the-century gambling wheel, a collection of mourning jewelry created out of human hair, and a desk that once sat in the U.S. House of Representatives, now valued at $8,000 to $9,000. [56 minutes]

  • Tulsa, Oklahoma, Hour Two - Tulsa Convention Center (#516)

    While in Tulsa, Oklahoma, ROADSHOW host Dan Elias takes viewers inside the Gilcrease Museum, home to the world's finest collection of American Western art, including over 250,000 pieces of Native American art and artifacts. Appraisers at the Tulsa Convention Center share collectors' excitement as they uncover a number of unusual objects, including a cylindrical calculator patented in 1881, an earthenware amphora from early Rome, and a hand-painted place card from a Hollywood party featuring the autographs of all the celebrity dinner guests including Will Rogers that could be worth $75,000 to $ 100,000. [56 minutes]

  • Tulsa, Oklahoma, Hour Three - Tulsa Convention Center (#517)

    During the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's Tulsa, Oklahoma stop, viewers are treated to a nostalgic trip on the most famous highway in America-Route 66. Host Dan Elias provides historical background on the fabled roadway that runs from the shores of Lake Michigan to the edge of the Pacific Ocean. At the Tulsa Convention Center, appraisers encounter a slew of antiques with their own interesting stories, including a pocket watch designed by a French watchmaker for sea captains who needed the dual-time-zone feature, a rare Native American cradle board, and an eighteenth-century chest of drawers valued at $125,000 to $150,000 that the owner was using as a TV stand. [56 minutes]

  • Sacramento, CA, Hour One (#518)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW travels west to Sacramento, California, where ROADSHOW host Dan Elias visits Sutter's Fort, giving viewers a Sacramento history lesson that includes tales of gold fever, cattle rustling and colonization of Mexican land. Appraisers uncover a wealth of noteworthy items at the Sacramento Convention Center, including an 1864 campaign poster supporting the Union ticket of Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson, a Kachina doll given to the owner's father by Navajo and Hopi Indians, and a Marion Kavenaugh Wachtell painting, bought at a church bazaar as a vacation memento, now valued at $30,000 to $40,000. [56 minutes]

  • Sacramento, CA, Hour Two (#519)

    When the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW continues its visit to Sacramento, California, host Dan Elias learns the storied history of the American railroad, preserved at the California State Railroad Museum. Back at the Sacramento Convention Center, ROADSHOW appraisers are thrilled to discover a number of unique items, including a pair of bronze horses, a working Wedgewood stove from the 1930s and a linen sea bag with beautiful hand-embroidered needlework that is valued at $30,000 to $ 50,000. [56 minutes]

  • Las Vegas, Nevada, Hour One (#520)

    During a side trip to the neon-lit Strip, ROADSHOW host Dan Elias tells how Las Vegas grew from a railroad stop between Salt Lake City and Los Angeles to a fantasyland of glittering casinos and resorts that attracts tourists and entertainers from around the world. Curious collectors flock to the Las Vegas Convention Center, where ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisers inspect a sensational array of objects, including a print advertisement featuring the "Budweiser Girl," a 1930 limited-edition copy of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, and a beautiful, thirteen-piece sterling silver vanity set valued at $2, 500 to $3,500. [56 minutes]

  • Las Vegas, Nevada, Hour Two (#521)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Dan Elias welcomes viewers back to Las Vegas, Nevada, with a sojourn to what some have called "America's Pyramid"-the Hoover Dam. Viewers learn how construction of this gigantic concrete barrier began in 1931 to protect area settlements from flooding and how today the dam's generators supply electricity throughout the Southwest. Back at the Las Vegas Convention Center, ROADSHOW experts marvel at the treasures brought in for appraisal, including a pendulum clock made in Holland in the late 1600s, a collection of magicians' memorabilia from the 1920s and 1930s that includes a program signed by Houdini, and a distinctively engraved Revolutionary War powder horn valued at $25,000. [56 minutes]

  • Las Vegas, Nevada, Hour Three (#522)

    No Las Vegas visit is complete without a tour of the Liberace Museum, according to ROADSHOW host Dan Elias, who surveys the musician's dazzling array of clothes, jewelry, cars, and pianos. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW wraps up its visit to Las Vegas with another round of expert appraisals on artwork from many walks of life, including costumes and other memorabilia brought in by a member of a Coca-Cola-sponsored music/comedy group that entertained U.S. troops in the mid-1950s; an unusual wooden carpenter's chest made with thirteen different types of wood, and a nineteenth-century enameled icon of a saint that was probably on display in a religious Russian home, valued at $30,000 to $35,000. [56 minutes]

  • Tucson, Az, Hour One (#601)

    From Tucson, Arizona, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW ushers in its sixth season of history, discovery, and drama. Host Dan Elias leads an ANTIQUES ROADSHOW field trip to the Pima Air and Space Museum and "The Boneyard" at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, two great places to check out some vintage aviation equipment. Back at the City of Tucson Convention Center, appraisers discover a wonderful piece of Japanese-influenced art nouveau pottery from 1895, a beautifully crafted eighteenth-century sideboard, and the most valuable item ever appraised on the ROADSHOW: an exquisitely well-preserved and rare Navajo blanket made for a Ute chief between 1840 and 1860, estimated to be worth $350,000 to $500,000. [56 minutes]

  • Tucson, Az, Hour Two (#602)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW continues its visit to Tucson, Arizona, where host Dan Elias takes a break from the action to tour "The White Dove of the Desert" the church of San Xavier del Bac. Construction of this " dazzling monument to God and to Spain" began in 1783, when southern Arizona was the northern edge of the Spanish Empire in America. ROADSHOW experts at the City of Tucson Convention Center spot a number of interesting finds, including two very collectible wooden D' Allemagne dolls, a lovely art deco bronze sculpture, and a trio of eighteenth-century leather fire buckets valued at $10,000 each. [56 minutes]

  • Tucson, Az (Part 3) (#603)

    During the ROADSHOW stop in Tucson, Arizona, Dan Elias visits the Arizona Inn, a legendary resort hotel founded during the Great Depression by Isabella Greenway, Arizona's first congresswoman. Collectors arrive at the City of Tucson Convention Center with an eclectic array of treasures, including a valuable silver service made in the 1890s; two season passes for the first professional season of the Cincinnati Red Stockings Baseball Club, America's first professional baseball team; and a vibrant nineteenth-century Persian village rug estimated to be worth $10,000. [56 minutes]

  • New York, Ny (Part 1) (#604)

    Host Dan Elias welcomes ANTIQUES ROADSHOW viewers to New York City from the Museum of the City of New York, an institution devoted exclusively to the history, icons, and imagery of the Big Apple. Appraisers at the Javits Convention Center discover an array of fascinating objects, including a stunning Chinese Imperial robe, unique memorabilia from the punk rock band The Ramones, and a rare, circa 1765 Philadelphia candlestand table valued at $150,000. [56 minutes]

  • New York, Ny, Hour Two (#605)

    When ANTIQUES ROADHSOW returns for a second hour in New York City, host Dan Elias heads to the Lower East Side to visit the Tenement Museum, an actual converted tenement building erected in 1863 that once housed thousands of new immigrants. Crowds flock to the Javits Convention Center with a wealth of historical treasures, including a Jesse Arms Botke painting with an original Stanford White frame, patriotic folk art in the form of a thirteen star flag, and a delightful collection of vintage luggage stickers estimated to be worth $2,000 to $3,000. [56 minutes]

  • New York, Ny (Part 3) (#606)

    Dan Elias wraps up ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's visit to Gotham by introducing viewers to the most comprehensive collection of American art, sculpture, and decorative arts in the world, housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Once again, the Javits Convention Center is the scene of many an extraordinary find, including a signed, circa 1935 copy of James Joyce's Ulysses, illustrated by Henri Matisse; a handmade codfish weather vane that graced a New Jersey fish market in 1883; and an exquisitely well-preserved collection of turn-of-the-century art poster reproductions that could fetch as much as $40,000. [56 minutes]

  • Boston, Ma (Part 1) (#607)

    In ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's hometown of Boston, Massachusetts, host Dan Elias tours the Museum of Fine Arts, which is the permanent home of several world-class collections, including some of the best Asiatic art in the East or the West. ROADSHOW appraisers at the Bayside Expo Center encounter a remarkable array of objects, including a remarkable Hummel figurine of an F-84 bomber, a rare and valuable eighteenth-century frontiersman's tomahawk; and a bronze Egyptian sculpture dated 664 to 304 B.C. still holding the remnants of a falcon mummy and estimated to be worth $12,000 to $18,000. [56 minutes]

  • Boston, Ma (Part 2) (#608)

    Host Dan Elias explores Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, an architectural treasure as beautiful as the artwork it holds. Crowds at the Bayside Expo Center have a lot to offer ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisers and viewers, including: an eighteenth-century French tureen; a trunk full of turn-of-the century Coast Artillery uniforms; and a rare certificate of citizenship for a free person of color. The certificate, purchased from the WGBH Auction in 1978, is valued at $3, 500 to $5,000. [56 minutes]

  • Boston, Ma (Part 3) (#609)

    While in Boston, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Dan Elias gives viewers a local history lesson with a visit to the Frederick Law Olmsted National Historical site. Best known for building New York's Central Park, Olmsted also created Boston's Emerald Necklace, a five-mile-long landscape project that links a series of parks, roadways, and ponds. Inside the Bayside Expo Center, collectors arrive with armloads of items for appraisal, including an antique French fashion doll with clothing and accessories; memorabilia from the Liliputian Opera Company, including a Tom Thumb tuxedo; and a delightful folk art cat carved from a single piece of wood in the mid-nineteenth century, now estimated to be worth $6,000 to $10,000. [56 minutes]

  • San Diego, CA, Hour One (#610)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW heads to San Diego, California, where host Dan Elias opens the show with a visit to to Balboa Park, a 1,200-acre oasis at the heart of the city and home to fifteen museums, the San Diego Zoo, a pipe organ, gardens, hiking and biking trails, restaurants, a theatre company, and more. Appraisers discover a number of fascinating objects at the San Diego Convention Center, including a collection of costume designer Edith Head's personal sketches, photographs, and other memorabilia; a collection of beautifully hand-painted Austrian plates; and an eighteenth-century child's writing desk, valued at $20,000 to $25,000. [56 minutes]

  • San Diego, CA, Hour Two (#611)

    In the second ANTIQUES ROADSHOW hour from San Diego, California, host Dan Elias takes a trip to the prestigious and luxurious Hotel Del Coronado. Famous for its opulence, this resort frequently hosted many celebrities, including author L. Frank Baum, who was said to have drawn inspiration for The Wizard of Oz while staying at "The Del. " At the San Diego Convention Center, appraisers are inspired by several items, including a collection of sheet music and personal items that once belonged to famed jazz pianist James P. Johnson; a pair of eighteenth-century Sheffield candlesticks; and a rare yellow diamond Tiffany pendant estimated to be worth $20,000. [56 minutes]

  • San Diego, CA, Hour Three (#612)

    During the San Diego ANTIQUES ROADSHOW stop, Dan Elias visits the San Diego de Alcala Mission, the first Spanish mission in California. Back at the San Diego Convention Center, collectors arrive with a number of distinctive objects, including an ivory and diamond ring featuring a portrait of Charles I of England; an eighteenth-century chest-on-chest; and a wacky and wonderful Dr. Seuss "kangaroo bird" sculpture from the 1930s authenticated by a letter from the artist himself estimated to be worth $25,000. . [56 minutes]

  • Indianapolis, In, Hour One, Indianapolis Convention Center (#613)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW kicks off its Indianapolis visit with a tour of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the biggest single-day sporting event on the planet-The Indianapolis 500. The Indianapolis Convention Center is the site of a different kind of excitement when appraisers show off an exotic nineteenth-century French bronze sculpture; a German bible printed near Philadelphia in 1776; and a rare N. C. Wyeth painting valued at $250,000. [56 minutes]

  • Indianapolis, In, Hour Two, Indianapolis Convention Center (#614)

    While in Indianapolis, Indiana, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Dan Elias takes viewers to the final resting place of bank robber John Dillinger, poet James Whitcomb Riley, and former US president Benjamin Harrison: the Crown Hill Cemetery. Back at the Indianapolis Convention Center, ROADSHOW appraisers examine a variety of prized possessions, including a 1920s-era Little Orphan Annie Halloween costume; an Empire-style marble-top table handcrafted in Italy; and a rare portrait of a dog, that could fetch $4,000 to $6,000. [56 minutes]

  • Indianapolis, Indiana, Hour Three - 100th Episode - Indianapolis Convention Center (#615)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW wraps up its visit to Indianapolis, Indiana. Host Dan Elias visits the largest children's museum in the world, the Indianapolis Children's Museum. ROADSHOW appraisers at the Indianapolis Convention Center unearth a number of interesting items, including a unique Russian porcelain basketwork bowl, commissioned by Catherine the Great; a pair of masterfully-handcrafted mallard duck decoys; and original illustrations by science fiction pioneer Frank Paul, appraised at $30,000 to $40,000. [56 minutes]

  • Miami, Part 1 (#616)

    Artifacts include a unique bronze sculpture, a rare perfume bottle and an 18th century gaming table. [56 minutes]

  • Miami, Part 2 (#617)

    Unusual objects include a lifetime baseball season pass circa 1910 and a glazed potter jug. [56 minutes]

  • Miami, Part 3 (#618)

    Finds include a pair of porcelain figurines, a 19th century vase and a vintage champagne bucket. [56 minutes]

  • New Orleans, Part 1 (#619)

    Dan Elias and the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW crew open the New Orleans, Louisiana, show with a visit to the Presbytere, where the Louisiana State Museum pays homage to Mardi Gras. At the Morial Convention Center, the "bon temps roulez" all over. Among the diverse items brought for appraisal are a pair of exquisite Lalique sculptures; a carved wooden medallion, or "gang board," from the Civil War-era frigate Cincinnati; and an unusual decorative ceramic pot - made by a New Orleans art pottery club - valued at $15,000 to $20,000. [56 minutes]

  • New Orleans, Part 2 (#620)

    The second hour of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW from New Orleans, Louisiana, begins with a glimpse of some of the dazzling historical homes that grace the city. From Bourbon Street to the Garden District, most New Orleans homes have stories to tell, and Dan and the crew explore some of them. Just as each home has a story to tell, so does each item brought for appraisal to the Morial Convention Center, and these are no exception: a rare 19th-century Florentine marble top game table; a book about the U.S. Constitution that belonged to the family of Jefferson Davis; and well-preserved Howdy Doody doll that could bring its owner $1,000 to $1,200. [56 minutes]

  • New Orleans, Part 3 (#621)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW wraps up its trip to New Orleans, Louisiana, by going down to the bayou. Dan Elias and the crew travel to Cajun country to explore a little more Louisiana history outside the city. Back at the Morial Convention Center, ROADSHOW appraisers find an assortment of treasures, including an elaborate box of games, a massive rococo style secretary/bookcase and a rare set of Newcomb metalwork candlestick and oil lamps estimated to be worth $11,000 to $15,000. [56 minutes]

  • Albuquerque, Nm - Part 1 (#701)

    Interesting and valuable finds include a Teco ceramic vase and a $250,000 marble lion statue. [56 minutes]

  • Albuquerque, Nm - Part 2 (#702)

    A canteen with a diary account of the Revolution War and an illustration by a celebrated artist. [56 minutes]

  • Albuquerque, Nm (Part 3) (#703)

    Rare finds include portrait miniatures with engravings by Paul Revere and paintings by James Hope. [56 minutes]

  • Seattle, WA - Hour 1 (#704)

    Host Dan Elias welcomes ANTIQUES ROADSHOW viewers to Seattle, Washington, from architect Frank Gehry's Experience Music Project-a totally interactive museum-before taking off on a whirlwind tour of the city center. Appraisers at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center discover an array of fascinating objects, including a mid-eighteenth-century French rococo double snuffbox, an elegant mid-nineteenth-century enameled pocket watch in perfect condition with jewels intact, and a crazy quilt with roots in the great Seattle fire of 1889, estimated to be worth $10,000. [56 minutes]

  • Seattle, Washington, Hour Two (#705)

    From Kerry Park, with its magnificent view of Puget Sound and downtown Seattle, host Dan Elias opens the second hour of ANTIQUES ROADHSOW's from Seattle, Washington. Crowds flock to the Washington State Convention and Trade Center with a wealth of memorabilia and family heirlooms, including a valuable collection of photos signed by baseball legend Babe Ruth to the owner's aunt and uncle, a 1940s art pottery set of Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, and an intricately carved partner's desk-meant to be shared simultaneously by a navigator and a draftsman-valued at $8,500. [56 minutes]

  • Seattle, Washington, Hour Three (#706)

    Host Dan Elias visits the Wooden Boat Center, as ANTIQUES ROADSHOW sails out of Seattle, Washington, in this third and final hour from the city on Puget Sound. Once again, the Washington State Convention and Trade Center is the scene of many an extraordinary find, including a vase that's a rare example of Arts and Crafts-era Walrath pottery, a wonderful pair of chairs attributed to Boston cabinetmaker Samuel McIntyre, and a collection of WWI aviation objects from the squadron of legendary pilot Jimmy Doolittle's squadron, appraised at $8,000 and $10,000. [56 minutes]

  • Cleveland, Ohio, Part 1 (#707)

    Terrific items include a rare 19th century and a hard-to-find piece of Frackelton stoneware. [56 minutes]

  • Cleveland, Ohio, Part 2 (#708)

    Amazing discoveries include a valuable framed photograph of the maiden voyage of the Goodyear Blimp. [56 minutes]

  • Cleveland, Ohio, Part 3 (#709)

    Great finds include a Thomas Moran landscape painting & a very valuable Arts & Craft wedding bowl. [56 minutes]

  • Kansas City, Missouri, Part 1 (#710)

    When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW makes a stop in Kansas City, Missouri, host Dan Elias reveals how it went from cow town to "Paris of the Plains," with almost as many fountains as Rome and Swopes Park's two thousand acres of formal gardens and winding boulevards. Appraisers at the Kansas City Convention Center encounter a remarkable array of objects, including a vase made for the Imperial Household of China between 1736 and 1795, a wild collection of memorabilia - including a tee shirt with bullet holes - documenting the life and antics of beat generation writer William Burroughs, and an 1880s Pennsylvania poplar dry sink with fantastic grain painted finish, estimated to be worth $ 8,000. [56 minutes]

  • Kansas City, Missouri, Part 2 (#711)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW continues its stay in Kansas City, Missouri, and host Dan Elias relates the story of the "Steamship Arabia, a legendary casualty of the treacherous Missouri River in 1856," and a salvage triumph in 1987. Retrieved, not from the depths of the Missouri's muddy waters, but half a mile from the river under 50 feet of dirt. At the Kansas City Convention Center, appraisers have an easier time spotting treasures, including: a carte-de-visite album from 1860 featuring photographs of Civil War generals, Sojourner Truth, and other notables of that era; a beautifully hand painted and gilded eighteenth century Sevres box, and a colorful Czechoslovakian art glass chandelier made in the period between World War I and World War II, estimated to be worth $5,000 to $6,000. [56 minutes]

  • Kansas City, Missouri, Part 3 (#712)

    In the final hour of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW from Kansas City, Missouri, Dan Elias pays his respects to the veterans of World War I at the Liberty Memorial, the only public museum in the country dedicated entirely to the history of the First World War. Inside the Kansas City Convention Center, collectors arrive with armloads of items for appraisal, including a well preserved Roy Rogers holster set, a beautifully beaded 1840s Native American bandolier bag owned by an employee of the Missouri Fur Trade Company, and an elegant early nineteenth century Federal sofa estimated to be worth $10,000 after going "under the knife" of a ROADSHOW appraiser. [56 minutes]

  • Hot Springs, Arkansas, Part 1 (#713)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW swings into Hot Springs, Arkansas, where host Dan Elias tours the site of the city's famous bathhouses. By the end of the nineteenth century, Hot Springs had become a bustling resort town, with legions of tourists seeking its "healing waters." At the Hot Springs Convention Center, Roadshow appraisers examine an eclectic array of objects including, a valuable collection of Beatles memorabilia, and a Japanese cast-bronze elephant sculpture that could bring a hefty $10,000 to $15,000. [56 minutes]

  • Hot Springs, Arkansas (Part 2 of 3) (#714)

    Fortunate finds include signed Ansel Adams photographs and a Jasper Cropsy painting worth $150,000. [56 minutes]

  • Hot Springs, Arkansas (Part 3 of 3) (#715)

    Experts discover limited edition 1930s era labor union buttons and a nineteenth century German doll. [56 minutes]

  • Charlotte, North Carolina, Part 1 (#716)

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW comes to Charlotte, North Carolina, and host Dan Elias opens the show with a look back at "The Queen City" as it progressed from American Indian trading village to major player in textile manufacture to one of the nation's great financial centers. At the Charlotte Convention Center, experts progress through the crowd, turning up a number of noteworthy items, including a prized collection of original comic strip artwork from the 1930s through the 1960s, a valuable color lithograph designed and signed by Marc Chagall, and a solid gold-and-jewel-handled sword presented by the President of the United States to Major General William O. Butler after the Mexican War of 1846-1848 - valued at $200,000. [56 minutes]

  • Charlotte, North Carolina (Part 2 of 2) (#717)

    A collection of carved wooden folk art objects and tools bought for $52.50 is valued at $15,000. [56 minutes]

  • Charlotte, North Carolina (Part 3 of 3) (#718)

    A family heirloom baseball signed by legendary hitter Ty Cobb scores a value of $10,000 to $15,000. [56 minutes]

  • Chicago, Il - Part 1 (#801)

    Exciting finds include a Beatles "Butcher Cover" album and a 1749 portrait of Edward Holyoke. [56 minutes]

  • Chicago, Il (#802)

    Windy City finds include pieces of Tiffany Studios glass worth $45,000 and 12 autographed baseballs. [56 minutes]

  • Chicago (Part 3 of 3) (#803)

    Appraisers net a boatload of rare objects, including two trunks and a ringmaster's hat belonging to the Ringling brothers of Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey fame; a mid-19th-century, 18- carat gold Tiffany necklace; and a French Bru Doll - complete with stylish wardrobe - estimated to be worth $12,000 to as much as $20, 400. [56 minutes]

  • San Francisco, CA - Part 1 (#804)

    A collection of American military campaign medals and an 18th-century hand painted herbal book. [56 minutes]

  • San Francisco, Ca (#805)

    The day's delightful haul includes an original Ansel Adams Mission San Juan Batista photograph. [56 minutes]

  • San Francisco, CA - Part 3 (#806)

    Groovy items include a set of autographed pictures of the hottest Hollywood starlets circa 1942. [56 minutes]

  • Oklahoma City, Ok - Part 1 (#807)

    Exciting items include a coveted 1937 Martin guitar and a rare Galle vase worth $60,000-$80,000. [56 minutes]

  • Oklahoma City, Ok - Part 2 (#808)

    Fascinating objects include a rare peace medal offered to Native Americans by Lewis and Clark. [56 minutes]

  • Oklahoma City, Ok - Part 3 (#809)

    Handbills chronicling the 1960s San Francisco music scene are appraised at an impressive $28,000. [56 minutes]

  • Savannah, Ga - Part 1 (#810)

    Great finds include an Andy Warhol poster and a folk art pastel worth between $40,000 and $45,000. [56 minutes]

  • Savannah, Ga - Part 2 (#811)

    A museum-quality quilt, handcrafted by African American slaves is valued at $40,000 to $60,000. [56 minutes]

  • Savannah, Ga - Part 3 (#812)

    A Newcomb Pottery chocolate set with a unique landscape design is valued at $50,000 to $60,000. [56 minutes]

  • Roadshow Favorites (#813)

    A new retrospective, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW Favorites is sure to be an instant classic. The one-hour special relives some of the most memorable - and emotional - discoveries of the series' eight years on PBS. Highlights include an original luncheon menu from the Titanic's doomed last voyage (estimated to be worth $75,000 to $100,000); an Alaskan Eskimo helmet purchased at a flea market and held together with tape (valued at $65,000 to $75,000) and a "Tiffany" vase whose real value leaves its owners speechless. [56 minutes]

  • Roadshow's Greatest Finds (#814)

    This episode showcases the absolute cream of the crop - objects whose rarity, quality and value are unsurpassed among the more than half-million items evaluated at ROADSHOW appraisal events over the years. Unforgettable finds include a long-overlooked Navajo chief's blanket valued at $350,000 to $500,000; an 18th-century demi-lune table bought at a yard sale for $25 and estimated to be worth $200,000 to $ 300,000, and an heirloom solid gold-handled sword presented to a U.S. general by the President, valued at $200,000. [56 minutes]

  • St. Paul, Mn - Part 1 (#901)

    Exciting finds include matching Maria Martinez pots & a pocket watch estimated to be worth $250,000. [56 minutes]

  • St. Paul, Mn - Part 2 (#902)

    A sea of antiques and collectibles include a baseball uniform worn by Willie Mays worth $80,000. [56 minutes]

  • St. Paul, Minnesota (Part 3 of 3) (#903)

    Impressive catches include a 1957 Fender Stratocaster guitar & a stunningly Sioux woman's blanket. [56 minutes]

  • Omaha, Ne - Part 1 (#904)

    A bumper crop of artifacts include a preserved paper and celluloid toy marionette theater. [56 minutes]

  • Omaha, Ne - Part 2 (#905)

    IVintage collectibles include an Andy Warhol-inspired paper dress & a movie poster of Audrey Hepburn. [56 minutes]

  • Omaha, Ne - Part 3 (#906)

    Mouthwatering finds include a 1920s Gibson mandolin & a rare daguerreotype of Edgar Allan Poe. [56 minutes]

  • Memphis, Tennessee - Pt 1 (#907)

    Splashy items include a collection of 1920s French perfume bottles & a rare Simon Willard clock. [56 minutes]

  • Memphis, Tennessee - Pt 2 (#908)

    Appraisers are "all shook up" as some great antiques and collectibles take center stage. [56 minutes]

  • Memphis, Tennessee - Pt 3 (#909)

    Piping hot items include a carousel horse head and a potentially valuable spangled Elvis costume. [56 minutes]

  • Reno, Nv - Part 1 of 3 (#910)

    A goldmine of alluring collectibles include a 1890s Walker Visalia riding outfit valued at $25,000. [56 minutes]

  • Reno, Nv - Part 2 of 3 (#911)

    An array of amazing artifacts includes a Victorian sterling silver tea set & a valuable toy train. [56 minutes]

  • Reno, Nv - (Part 3 of 3) (#912)

    Gems include a movie production saddle from John Wayne and an 1856 herbalist book worth $25,000. [56 minutes]

  • Portland, 0regon (Part 1 of 3) (#913)

    A radio transcript detailing the invasion of Pearl Harbor & an 1896 lithograph poster are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Portland, Oregon (Part 2 of 3) (#914)

    Fantastic finds include a bronze Japanese altar set and a shoe signed by Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig. [56 minutes]

  • Portland, Or - Hour 3 (#915)

    An original print of the Lewis & Clark report of 1814 and a 1904 dog show trophy are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Wild Things (#916)

    Showcases animal-themed collectibles, including a painting of kittens and a sculpture by Dr. Seuss. [56 minutes]

  • Tomorrow's Antiques (#917)

    Celebrates the rockin' 50s, psychedelic 60s and funky 70s with a vintage collection of appraisals. [56 minutes]

  • Tampa (1 of 3) (#1001)

    Season 10 kicks off with cigar collectibles, paintings and Davy Crockett's wedding license. [56 minutes]

  • Tampa (2 of 3) (#1002)

    Great finds include golf collectibles, Native American artifacts and colorful pre-WWII canes. [56 minutes]

  • Tampa, FL - Hour 3 (#1003)

    Great finds include toys & posters from the Ringling Circus Museum, paintings & furniture treasures. [56 minutes]

  • Houston, TX - Hour 1 (#1004)

    Great finds include beer can collectibles, a walrus tusk and rare unopened football cards. [56 minutes]

  • Houston, TX - Hour Two (#1005)

    Impressive finds include a 18th-century box, lithographed crate labels and bronze sculpture replica. [56 minutes]

  • Houston (3 of 3) (#1006)

    A galaxy of finds includes Mickey Mantle's watch & NASA collectibles from the Houston Space Center. [56 minutes]

  • Los Angeles (Part 1 of 3) (#1007)

    A wave of gnarly finds includes a Goanese ivory doll and a valuable Massachusetts shelf clock. [56 minutes]

  • Los Angeles, CA - Hour Two (#1008)

    Prized objects include a painting of the French Riviera and an Oscar statue that was never awarded. [56 minutes]

  • Los Angeles (Part 3 of 3) (#1009)

    Anna Richards Brewster paintings and original "Peanuts" comic strips and artwork are rounded up. [56 minutes]

  • Bismarck, North Dakota (1 of 3) (#1010)

    A rich vein of objects or unearthed including a set of samurai swords and a valuable pottery lion. [56 minutes]

  • Bismarck, North Dakota (Part 2 of 3) (#1011)

    Valuable items include collections of University of North Dakota pottery and Civil War photos. [56 minutes]

  • Bismarck, Nd - Hour Three (#1012)

    A script of the Academy Award-winning movie "The Informer," signed by the director and cast. [56 minutes]

  • Providence, Ri - Hour One (#1013)

    A fleet of admirable objects includes a rifle, powder horn and log book valued at $120,000. [56 minutes]

  • Providence, Rhode Island (2 of 3) (#1014)

    Tempting treats include puppets from the film Rudolph and a 1st edition of Ann of Green Gables. [56 minutes]

  • Providence, Ri - Hour Three (#1015)

    Gems include a remarkable set of prints by Rembrandt and Albrecht Durer & a valuable hood ornament. [56 minutes]

  • Fame and Fortune (#1016)

    Spotlights celebrities, big-shots and headliners through objects connected to their lives. [56 minutes]

  • Roadshow Remembers (#1017)

    A trip down memory lane filled with unbelievable objects, unforgettable stories and amazing prices. [56 minutes]

  • Honolulu, Hawaii (Part 1 of 3) (#1101)

    Discover an ancient Hawaiian Omeke poi bowl and an 1886 painting of Hawaiian Princess Kaiulani. [56 minutes]

  • Honolulu, Hi - Hour 2 (#1102)

    Shows-topping objects include a cuff bracelet & a painting deemed "Hawaiian gold in the art market." [56 minutes]

  • Honolulu (3 of 3) (#1103)

    Rare objects include a 1915 Hawaiian flag quit and a first edition copy of "Call of the Wild." [56 minutes]

  • Philadelphia (Part 1 of 3) (#1104)

    10,000 objects are brought for appraisal, including a George Sotter painting valued up to $180,000 [56 minutes]

  • Philadelphia (2 of 2) (#1105)

    A symphony of finds includes a rare chair by Charles Rohlf and a scale model by Alexander Calder. [56 minutes]

  • Philadelphia, Pa - Part 3 of 3 (#1106)

    Experts unveil more masterworks, including an authenticated autograph from Babe Ruth in the 1940s. [56 minutes]

  • Tucson, Az - Hour 1 (#1107)

    A pageant of prized possessions includes two Picasso-designed vases and a valuable ornate saddle. [56 minutes]

  • Tucson, Arizona (2 of 3) (#1108)

    Hidden treasures include a Navajo chief's blanket, a harp from 1776 and a brooch by Jose DeRivero. [56 minutes]

  • Tucson, Arizona (Part 3 of 3) (#1109)

    Treasures include three paintings by Gaston Chaissac and a collection of 1956 Olympics memorabilia. [56 minutes]

  • Mobile, Al - Part 1 (#1110)

    A whirlwind of items includes a vase by ceramicist George Ohr & a watch from Leroy "Satchel" Paige. [56 minutes]

  • Mobile, Al - Part 2 (#1111)

    Unusual finds include a jersey from NFL great Gayle Sayers & lithographs of American Indian chiefs. [56 minutes]

  • Mobile, Alabama (3 of 3) (#1112)

    Experts discover a Confederate army belt buckle and a beautiful circa 1850 Virginia painted chest. [56 minutes]

  • Salt Lake City, Ut - Part 1 (#1113)

    Great finds include a Utah landscape painting and documents recounting Mormon actor Philip Margetts. [56 minutes]

  • Salt Lake City (2 of 3) (#1114)

    Treasures with local roots include first edition copy of the third volume of Mormon scripture. [56 minutes]

  • Salt Lake City, Ut - Part 3 (#1115)

    Precious objects include golf clubs owned by George "Gix" Von Elm and 18th-century Chinese carvings. [56 minutes]

  • Jackpot! (#1116)

    Revisit some spectacular windfalls when luck smiled on flea market mavens and yard sale savants. [56 minutes]

  • Milwaukee, Wi - Part 1 of 3 (#1117)

    Collectors are thirsty for information about a 1952 Fender guitar & an 18th-century desk & bookcase. [56 minutes]

  • Milwaukee (2 of 2) (#1118)

    Charming finds include a ruby and diamond bracelet from Austria's Empress Eugenie worth $35,000. [56 minutes]

  • Milwaukee, Wi - Part 3 (#1119)

    Unique discoveries include a valuable Persian rug and game baseballs autographed by Warren Spahn. [56 minutes]

  • Unique Antiques (#1120)

    Showcases the most outlandish, kitschy and downright morbidly fascinating antiques of past decade. [56 minutes]

  • Baltimore, Maryland - Hour One (#1201)

    A striking array of treasures includes a 19th-century rock crystal watch and an elk antler quirt. [56 minutes]

  • Baltimore, Maryland - Hour Two (#1202)

    Unique finds include a jacket worn by Colts legend Johnny Unitas and a painting by W.L. Metcalf. [56 minutes]

  • Baltimore, Maryland - Hour Three (#1203)

    A rare violin from 1798 accompanied by a crafted bow and paintings by B.J.O Nordfelt are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Orlando, Florida - Hour One (#1204)

    A stunning collection of delicate etchings and dry points by James McNeill Whistler are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Orlando, Florida - Hour Two (#1205)

    Treasures include a 1835 Regency-style etagere bought at a yard sale & a painting by Fern Coppedge. [56 minutes]

  • Orlando, Florida - Hour Three (#1206)

    A haunting collection of White House photographs from the Kennedy administration are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • San Antonio, TX - Hour One (#1207)

    Rare World Series programs and a Chinese Tang Dynasty pottery horse are brought for appraisal. [56 minutes]

  • San Antonio, TX - Hour Two (#1208)

    Treasures include a valuable desk and bookcase and a controversial silver state of St. Catherine. [56 minutes]

  • San Antonio, TX - Hour Three (#1209)

    Lively treasures include memorabilia from a 1957 Buddy Holly concert and Chinese porcelain panels. [56 minutes]

  • Spokane, WA - Hour One (#1210)

    Diverse finds include a framed photo and letters dating back to 1862, signed by President Lincoln. [56 minutes]

  • Spokane, WA - Hour Two (#1211)

    Enchanting finds include a collection of pottery, a landscape painting and a railroad pocket watch. [56 minutes]

  • Spokane, Washington (Part 3 of 3) (#1212)

    A desk and chair used at the United States House of Representatives from 1857 to 1873 is appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Louisville, Kentucky (Part 1 of 3) (#1213)

    Discoveries include a 19th-century embroidered silk mourning picture and an heirloom mint julep cup. [56 minutes]

  • Louisville, Kentucky (Part 2 of 3) (#1214)

    An18th-century heirloom sugar chest and boxing gloves signed by Muhammad Ali create excitement. [56 minutes]

  • Louisville, Kentucky (Part 3 of 3) (#1215)

    A colorful assortment of finds includes a rare Dirk Van Erp lamp and an 1876 portrait Jumeau doll. [56 minutes]

  • Las Vegas, NV - Hour One (#1216)

    Drawings by musician Woody Guthrie and a five-carat Asscher-cut diamond ring make fabulous finds. [56 minutes]

  • Las Vegas, NV - Hour Two (#1217)

    Elvis Presley memorabilia and a collection of signatures of Civil War era figures are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Las Vegas (Part 3 of 3) (#1218)

    Valuable Art Nouveau posters and a prop from the 1939 film Only Angels Have Wings are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Politically Collect (#1219)

    This special edition salutes the presidential election and keepsakes of political battles long past. [56 minutes]

  • Trash to Treasure (#1220)

    Incredible tales of valuable treasures rescued from rubbish heaps, dumpsters and demolition sites. [56 minutes]

  • Palm Springs, California (1 of 3) (#1301)

    A 1937 painting by American abstract expressionist Clyfford Still is found to be a great fortune. [56 minutes]

  • Palm Springs, California - Hour Two (#1302)

    Discoveries include a dress that was sewn onto Marilyn Monroe for her role in "Some Like It Hot." [56 minutes]

  • Palm Springs, California - Hour Three (#1303)

    A 1956 signed photo of a guest with baseball greats Jackie Robinson and Roy Campanella is featured. [56 minutes]

  • Dallas, Texas - Hour One (#1304)

    Jaw-dropping finds include an 1847 painting by James Henry Beard titled "The Illustrious Guest." [56 minutes]

  • Dallas, TX - Hour Two (#1305)

    An 18th-century miniature desk has drawers stuffed with 300 years of family documents and history. [56 minutes]

  • Dallas, TX - Hour Three (#1306)

    A Western-themed painting by Saturday Evening Post illustrator William H.D. Koerner is appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Wichita, Ks - Hour One (#1307)

    A 1949 payroll check made out to baseball rookie Mickey Mantle scores a high-flying value. [56 minutes]

  • Wichita, Ks - Hour Two (#1308)

    A guest gets a big surprise when her set of 1914 and 1915 Cracker Jack baseball cards is appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Wichita, Ks - Hour Three (#1309)

    A bronze sculpture by Edward Onslow Ford and an 18th-century surveyor's compass are discovered. [56 minutes]

  • Chattanooga, Tn - Hour One (#1310)

    Amazing gems include poet Lord Byron's Regency cellarette and a necklace with a five carat diamond. [56 minutes]

  • Chattanooga, Tn - Hour Two (#1311)

    Movie memorabilia from the 1920s to the 1980s and a Confederate soldier's sword are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Chattanooga, Tn - Hour Three (#1312)

    An "8-ball" presented to Harry Truman in 1948 and a pristine 1930 Lionel train set are showcased. [56 minutes]

  • Grand Rapids, Mi - Hour One (#1313)

    An 1881 painting by Jasper Cropsey and a letter by Gerald Ford to his former teacher are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Grand Rapids, Mi - Hour Two (#1314)

    Showcases a quilt of fabric scraps signed by 200 celebrities and a collection of wooden fish decoys. [56 minutes]

  • Grand Rapids, Mi - Hour Three (#1315)

    A painting by French artist Edouard Cortes and prop spears used in The Wizard of Oz are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Hartford, Ct - Hour One (#1316)

    Discover a 1963 poster for a Joan Baez/Bob Dylan concert and 200-year-old Wedgwood pottery buttons. [56 minutes]

  • Hartford, Ct - Hour Two (#1317)

    Precious finds include a pre-WWI German toy wagon and bronze statue of a medieval Russian warrior. [56 minutes]

  • Hartford, Ct - Hour Three (#1318)

    Showcases a19th-century Duncan Phyfe dressing table and a watercolor signed by Katharine Hepburn. [56 minutes]

  • Relative Riches (#1319)

    A bow and quiver said to be made by Chief Geronimo and a carved emerald and ruby ring are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Big & Little (#1320)

    Highlights teeny treasures and outsize objects, from a five-carat diamond to a wall-sized painting. [56 minutes]

  • Raleigh, NC - Hour One (#1401)

    A 1920 Arts and Crafts desk and lamp and a 1960 Gibson Double 12 Electric Guitar are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Raleigh, NC - Hour Two (#1402)

    Great items include an 1800 North Carolina bottle case on stand and a 1985 Andrew Wyeth watercolor. [56 minutes]

  • Raleigh, Nc - Hour Three (#1403)

    Items related to a Martin Luther King Jr. visit and circa 1725 chairs by John Gaines are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Atlantic City, NJ - Hour One (#1404)

    Features a Walt Whitman memoir inscribed by the author and an oil painting by Cornelius Krieghoff. [56 minutes]

  • Atlantic City, NJ - Hour Two (#1405)

    Enrico Caruso memorabilia and ivory figurines possibly made by sculptor Simon Troger are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Atlantic City, NJ - Hour Three (#1406)

    A 1934 NY Yankees team-signed baseball and a landscape painting by George Bellows are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Madison, WI - Hour One (#1407)

    A 1938 Martin D-18 guitar and an angry letter from Frank Sinatra to a news columnist are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Madison, WI - Hour Two (#1408)

    Highlights include photos by Edward Weston and a table crafted by furniture maker George Nakashima. [56 minutes]

  • Madison, WI - Hour Three (#1409)

    Treasures include a carved Japanese bamboo sculpture and a massive oil painting by Thomas Hill. [56 minutes]

  • Denver (1 of 3) (#1410)

    A first edition of William Faulkner's Sartoris and a diamond ring made by Paul Flato are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Denver (2 of 3) (#1411)

    Don Drysdale's Dodger's jersey and an 1817 schoolgirl needlework family portrait are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Denver, Co - Hour Three (#1412)

    Fabulous finds include a turn-of-the-century salesman's sample canoe and a 1941 Martin guitar. [56 minutes]

  • Phoenix (1 of 3) (#1413)

    A collection of Charles Schulz Peanuts artwork and a 1797 Chippendale marriage chest are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Phoenix, Az - Hour Two (#1414)

    Great items include a bronze maquette by sculptor Henry Moore an abstract painting by Chuck Close. [56 minutes]

  • Phoenix, Az - Hour Three (#1415)

    Valuable finds include a violin made in Naples in the early 1800s and a violin bow made in France. [56 minutes]

  • San Jose, California (1 of 3) (#1416)

    Details are dug up on a Tlingit bowl and ladle that were procured on an 1877 trip to Alaska. [56 minutes]

  • San Jose, California (2 of 3) (#1417)

    A valuable painting entitled The Wet Nurse, by the German genre painter Carl Herpfer is appraised. [56 minutes]

  • San Jose, California (3 of 3) (#1418)

    Amazing items include a collection of three Great Basin baskets made in Nevada. [56 minutes]

  • Simply the Best (#1419)

    Highlights include a19th-century Rhode Island rifle and American women's suffrage movement posters. [56 minutes]

  • Naughty Or Nice (#1420)

    An 1863 Temperance lithograph and a dress worn by Marilyn Monroe in Some Like It Hot are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Miami Beach, Florida (1 of 3) (#1501)

    Highlights include a movie poster for The Wild One and a very valuable mobile by Alexander Calder. [56 minutes]

  • Miami Beach, FL - Hour Two (#1502)

    Vintage diamond rings and a necklace and Newcomb College pottery from1908 are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Miami Beach, FL - Hour Three (#1503)

    Great finds include a Qing Dynasty vase and an oil painting by Victorian artist John George Brown. [56 minutes]

  • San Diego, CA - Hour One (#1504)

    An aristocratic portrait by Robert Henri and draft of the 1933 song "Stormy Weather" are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • San Diego, CA - Hour Two (#1505)

    Amazing highlights include an 18th-century ivory carved creche and a circa 1900 Turkmenistan rug. [56 minutes]

  • San Diego, CA - Hour Three (#1506)

    "Captain America" creator Jack Kirby's comics and an original Hortus Eystettensis are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Des Moines, IA - Hour One (#1507)

    A late-Victorian gold vest chain and movie memorabilia from Hollywood's Golden Age are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Des Moines, IA - Hour Two (#1508)

    Amazing finds include a rare 1623 Shakespeare First Folio and an 1820 Russian Loutkin snuff box. [56 minutes]

  • Des Moines, IA - Hour Three (#1509)

    Highlights include a circa 1856 Des Moines city plan and a European-cut diamond and platinum ring. [56 minutes]

  • Billings, Montana (1 of 3) (#1510)

    Highlights include a 19th-century Arthur Brown watercolor scene of Yellowstone National Park. [56 minutes]

  • Billings, Mt - Hour Two (#1511)

    Highlights include a 19th-century Japanese suit of armor and an 1825 Parisian gilt bronze plateau. [56 minutes]

  • Billings, Mt - Hour Three (#1512)

    A collection of ruby, diamond and jade rings and an 1843 artillery sword and belt are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Biloxi, Mississippi (1 of 3) (#1513)

    An 1899 Buffalo Bill poster and bronze sculpture of dancers from the Russian Ballet are discovered. [56 minutes]

  • Biloxi, Mississippi (2 of 3) (#1514)

    Amazing finds include a sword used in the Revolutionary War and an1811 silk-on-silk embroidery. [56 minutes]

  • Biloxi, Mississippi (3 of 3) (#1515)

    Fabulous items include an1890 French industrial clock and four watercolor portraits from 1827. [56 minutes]

  • Washington, D.C. (1 of 3) (#1516)

    Highlights include a 1958 signed letter by Martin Luther King Jr. and an Andy Warhol lithograph. [56 minutes]

  • Washington, Dc - Hour Two (#1517)

    Fabulous finds include an 1813 Congressional sword and a Charles Schreyvogel sculpture. [56 minutes]

  • Washington, D.C. (3 of 3) (#1518)

    Highlights include a 1964 Chrysler Turbine model and manual and a circa 1840 temperance banner. [56 minutes]

  • Junk in the Trunk (#1519)

    Discoveries include rare WWII prison camp materials and a drawing by American artist Grant Wood. [56 minutes]

  • Tasty Treasures (#1520)

    Celebrate the season with a cornucopia of appetizing antiques and delectable collectibles. [56 minutes]

  • Forever Young (#1521)

    A celebration of items for the young and the young at heart includes a shoe signed by Babe Ruth. [56 minutes]

  • Tulsa, Oklahoma (1 of 3) (#1601)

    Highlights include a signed note from Mother Teresa and a custom model 1894 Winchester rifle. [56 minutes]

  • Tulsa, Oklahoma (2 of 3) (#1602)

    Fantastic finds include a 1960 first-edition To Kill a Mockingbird and a 1924 Gibson mandolin. [56 minutes]

  • Tulsa, OK - Hour Three (#1603)

    A valuable Ming Dynasty cast bronze guardian figure and an 1826 English gadget cane are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Eugene, OR - Hour One (#1604)

    Amazing treasures include a 1919 oil painting by Norman Rockwell, entitled The Little Model. [56 minutes]

  • Eugene, OR - Hour Two (#1605)

    Great treasures include an 1846 map of Western America and a Russian Imperial Officer's sword. [56 minutes]

  • Eugene, OR- Hour Three (#1606)

    Great discoveries include a circa 1861 Civil War cavalry guidon and a 1960 jeweled gold moretto. [56 minutes]

  • Pittsburgh, PA - Hour One (#1607)

    A knotted circa 1920 silk Kashan rug and a 17th-century Chinese rhinoceros horn cup are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Pittsburgh, PA - Hour Two (#1608)

    Three Charles Darwin first editions, including an 1859 On the Origin of Species, are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Pittsburgh (3 of 3) (#1609)

    Highlights include correspondence between the Kennedy family and JFK's former personal secretary. [56 minutes]

  • El Paso, Texas (1 of 3) (#1610)

    Great finds include a1937 first edition copy of The Hobbit with author J.R.R. Tolkien's signature. [56 minutes]

  • El Paso, Texas (2 of 3) (#1611)

    Signed Andy Warhol soup cans and pop art and signed Cormac McCarthy first editions are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • El Paso, Texas (3 of 3) (#1612)

    Highlights include a 1775 Revolutionary War canteen and an 1834 will of Alamo fighter Ben Milam. [56 minutes]

  • Atlanta (1 of 3) (#1613)

    A land grant signed by Benjamin Franklin and a New York Chippendale corner chair are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Atlanta (2 of 3) (#1614)

    Treasured items include a signed copy of Gone With The Wind and a painting by Mary Elizabeth Price. [56 minutes]

  • Atlanta (3 of 3) (#1615)

    Fantastic finds include a 1961 Willie Mays jersey and a circa 1861 Confederate officer's sword. [56 minutes]

  • Minneapolis (1 of 3) (#1616)

    Highlights include a 1900 McKinley-Roosevelt poster and a 1976 fancy intense yellow diamond ring. [56 minutes]

  • Minneapolis (2 of 3) (#1617)

    Great items include a 1956 Elvis Presley standee rescued and an 1885 Franz Roubaud oil painting. [56 minutes]

  • Minneapolis (3 of 3) (#1618)

    An 1863 Ulysses S. Grant letter and a 1950 Charles Shulz Li'l Folks original cartoon are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Cats & Dogs (#1619)

    Appraisals featuring felines and canines include an original Hush Puppy mascot and dog portraits. [56 minutes]

  • Greatest Gifts (#1620)

    Items that guests received as presents include a Louis Comfort Tiffany necklace and a Fender bass. [56 minutes]

  • Junk in the Trunk 2 (#1621)

    Never-before-seen appraisals include a Missouri Regiment Colt Pistol and Dr. Seuss' signature. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Phoenix (#1622)

    "Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus," the original 1897 letter to the New York Sun, is appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Secaucus (#1623)

    A 1900 folk art ship model bought at a yard sale and a gaming table bought for $25 are showcased. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Houston (#1624)

    Pulse-quickening discoveries include a 19th-century Chinese jade scepter and a 1912 Titanic menu. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Atlanta (#1625)

    Documents related to golf legend Bobby Jones and an 1841 letter by Abraham Lincoln are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage San Francisco (#1626)

    Great discoveries include a modest-looking Eskimo hunting helmet and a 1385 English silver spoon. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Pittsburgh (#1627)

    A gold, silver and ruby bracelet and a handsome Victorian sideboard are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Corpus Christi, Hour One (#1701)

    A Diego Rivera oil painting created in 1904 and a 1967 painting by Alexander Calder are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Corpus Christi, Hour Two (#1702)

    Guests provide great stories about a John Lennon signature and a book inscribed by Salvador Dali. [56 minutes]

  • Corpus Christi, Hour Three (#1703)

    A 1912 portrait by Charles Courtney Curran and a 1983 Helen Frankenthaler lithograph are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Boston, Hour One (#1704)

    Discoveries include a Norman Rockwell collection and a Red Sox World Series team-signed ball. [56 minutes]

  • Boston, Hour Two (#1705)

    Boston guests bring in a 1950 Selmer alto saxophone, 1970s Beatles memorabilia and much more. [56 minutes]

  • Boston, Hour Three (#1706)

    Discoveries include Civil War photographs, World War II German POW signs and a circa 1810 musket. [56 minutes]

  • Myrtle Beach, Hour One (#1707)

    Appraiser Debra Force discovers a wonderful Joseph Henry Sharp oil painting in South Carolina. [56 minutes]

  • Myrtle Beach (2 of 3) (#1708)

    Discoveries include an 1860 letter signed by Abraham Lincoln and a 1850s South Carolina sword. [56 minutes]

  • Myrtle Beach (3 of 3) (#1709)

    Discoveries include an 1884 Currier and Ives print and a 1936 first edition of Gone With the Wind. [56 minutes]

  • Cincinnati (1 of 3) (#1710)

    Highlights include a baseball bat used by Mickey Mantle and works by artist Edward Henry Potthast. [56 minutes]

  • Cincinnati (2 of 3) (#1711)

    Discoveries in "the city that sings" include an 1846 wall map of the western United States. [56 minutes]

  • Cincinnati (3 of 3) (#1712)

    A trophy from the 1908 Belmont Stakes and an early 20th-century toy horse and buggy are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Rapid City (1 of 3) (#1713)

    Notable finds include furniture by Thomas Molesworth and signed military documents of Elvis Presley. [56 minutes]

  • Rapid City (2 of 3) (#1714)

    Great highlights include a 1932 signed photograph of Mount Rushmore and a Rock-Ola juke box. [56 minutes]

  • Seattle (1 of 3) (#1716)

    A Vladimir Kagan desk used by Kagan himself and an impressive 1874 Francis A. Silva oil painting. [56 minutes]

  • Seattle, Hour Two (#1717)

    Seattle's discoveries include a 1964 "Star Trek" script and pitch letter and a Civil War dog collar. [56 minutes]

  • Seattle, Hour Three (#1718)

    Notable finds include a late-16th-century diamond and enamel jewel and an 1880s Crazy Quilt. [56 minutes]

  • Survivors (#1719)

    A New Orleans Chess Table and more items that have endured dangerous circumstances are highlighted. [56 minutes]

  • Finders Keepers (#1720)

    A Weller Coppertone vase and a collection of Cole Porter and Monty Woolley letters are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Junk in the Trunk 3 (#1721)

    Never-before-seen appraisals from the 2013 season include a sports collection and a very old book. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Los Angeles (#1722)

    Items such as Disney animation art, a 1906 Van Briggle vase and a Tiffany lamp are newly appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Milwaukee (#1723)

    Updates on items such as a Tiffany lamp appraised at $8,000-$15,000 in 1998 are highlighted. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Rochester (#1724)

    Items including a painting by Frank Zappa, a van Munster violin and a Minton vase are revisited. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Louisville (#1725)

    Updates on items include a 19th-century folk art jug and a South Carolina Slave Badge from 1810. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Hartford (#1726)

    A 1915 Coca-Cola® jigsaw puzzle and a wonderful Tiffany aquamarine glass vase are revisited. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Richmond (#1727)

    A Cartier desk clock, a Royal Doulton bear and 1956 World Series baseballs are highlighted. [56 minutes]

  • Boise, Hour One (#1801)

    Highlights include a first edition of the Book of Mormon and a Madoura plate designed by Picasso. [56 minutes]

  • Boise, Hour Two (#1802)

    Treasures include a mid-century pinup painting by Earl Moran and a 1922 Edward Hopper etching. [56 minutes]

  • Boise, Hour Three (#1803)

    An 1822 letter from Thomas Jefferson and a rare Babe Ruth Candy Club membership card are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Detroit, Hour One (#1804)

    Highlights include a signed 1970 Andy Warhol poster and a and a working script of The Wizard of Oz. [56 minutes]

  • Detroit, Hour Two (#1805)

    Amazing discoveries include a signed photo album of President Abraham Lincoln and his cabinet. [56 minutes]

  • Detroit, Hour Three (#1806)

    Highlights include a Charles Schulz signed letter and etchings by Edward Hopper and John Sloan. [56 minutes]

  • Baton Rouge, Hour One (#1807)

    A French Art Deco ring and four Rembrandt and James McNeill Whistler etchings are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Baton Rouge, Hour Two (#1808)

    A Louisiana political poster, a NASA photograph collection and more amazing items are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Baton Rouge (3 of 3) (#1809)

    A collection of Civil War Confederate letters and a Porfirio Salinas oil painting are discovered. [56 minutes]

  • Kansas City (1 of 3) (#1810)

    An 1891 Kansas City Fire Chief presentation badge and a 1796 Chinese bronze censer are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Kansas City, Hour Two (#1811)

    Highlights include a beauty book by Madam C.J. Walker and a 1920 Julian Onderdonk oil painting. [56 minutes]

  • Kansas City, Hour Three (#1812)

    A 1955 Elvis Presley concert poster and a 1919 Leon Gaspard Portrait of Young Girl oil are featured. [56 minutes]

  • Anaheim, Hour One (#1813)

    Amazing discoveries include a Marx Brothers prop duck and two sketches by pop star Michael Jackson. [56 minutes]

  • Anaheim, Hour Two (#1814)

    A jade jewelry collection and an oil painting by French artist Maurice Utrillo are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Anaheim, Hour Three (#1815)

    Highlights include an 18th-century Chinese cinnabar lacquer box and a collection of wanted posters. [56 minutes]

  • Richmond, Hour One (#1816)

    Amazing items include an Albert Neuhuys watercolor and a 1982 UNC championship signed basketball. [56 minutes]

  • Richmond, Hour Two (#1817)

    Fascinating finds include a 1765 Thomas Pitts silver epergne and a Leveille-Rousseau perfume bottle. [56 minutes]

  • Richmond, Hour Three (#1818)

    A "Bride of Frankenstein" pressbook and an 1890 Frank Henry Shapleigh oil painting are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Knoxville, Hour One (#1819)

    Highlights include a Tiffany pottery vase and a Chinese gilt bronze Amida Buddah, circa 1550. [56 minutes]

  • Knoxville, Hour Two (#1820)

    A collection of letters from Amelia Earhart and two Jacob Maentel watercolors are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Knoxville, Hour Three (#1821)

    Highlights include a third edition of "Gone With the Wind" and signed Muhammad Ali training shoes. [56 minutes]

  • Jacksonville, Hour One (#1822)

    A Laurel and Hardy prop "Swiss Miss" horn and a Thomas Hart Benton oil on tin are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Jacksonville, Hour Two (#1823)

    A diamond Art Deco bracelet watch and Robert E. Lee's map of critical battle areas are showcased. [56 minutes]

  • Jacksonville, Hour Three (#1824)

    Highlights include a NASA "Mercury 7" signed photo and an 1862 Abraham Lincoln signed document. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Providence (#1825)

    A Maurice Brazil Prendergast color monotype and an Edward Farmer jade and gold box are showcased. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Tampa (#1826)

    A fork from the Hindenburg and a Louis Comfort Tiffany lamp and Rose Helmut shade are highlighted. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Columbus (#1827)

    Highlights include a trio of Albert Cheuret art deco clocks and a valuable Thomas Jefferson letter. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Toronto (#1828)

    Highlights include a Victorian carved oak bed, a violin and a Demetre Chiparus "Starfish" bronze. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Baltimore (#1829)

    An Edgar Allen Poe-inscribed book, a Titanic collection and a Frederick De Wit atlas are showcased. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Salt Lake City (#1830)

    Highlights include Napoleonic prisoner-of-war pieces and a Mormon certificate of gratitude. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Des Moines (#1831)

    Charles Lindbergh memorabilia, a Mickey Mouse toy and a Samuel McIntire medallion are highlighted. [56 minutes]

  • Junk in the Trunk 4, Part 1 (#1832)

    Appraisals include a 1950 Pablo Picasso linocut and a pair of Italian carved door panels from 1550. [56 minutes]

  • Junk in the Trunk 4, Part 2 (#1833)

    Great appraisals include a collection of 1898 Mardi Gras invitations and Julia Child's copper pans. [56 minutes]

  • The Boomer Years (#1834)

    Vintage treasures from the 1940s, 50s and 60s, includes a 1956 Elvis "Love Me Tender" standee. [56 minutes]

  • Manor House Treasures (#1835)

    A Louis Comfort Tiffany necklace and more extraordinary objects from across the pond are showcased. [56 minutes]

  • New York City, Hour One (#1901)

    Highlights include rare baseball cards and a headboard from the set of "The Godfather, Part II." [56 minutes]

  • New York City, Hour Two (#1902)

    A show run from the Beatles' first "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance is appraised in the Big Apple. [56 minutes]

  • New York City, Hour Three (#1903)

    Highlights include a Tiffany presentation watch and a 1943 Irving Berlin manuscript. [56 minutes]

  • Austin, Hour One (#1904)

    Great items include a pin designed by artist Roy Lichtenstein and a Van Cleef and Arpels necklace. [56 minutes]

  • Austin, Hour Two (#1905)

    Great highlights include a 1607 Galileo letter, a jewelry collection and a Chinese cloisonne panel. [56 minutes]

  • Austin, Hour Three (#1906)

    Fantastic finds include a scrapbook of World War II photos an 1875 "Pictorial St. Louis." [56 minutes]

  • Bismarck, Hour One (#1907)

    Highlights include a 1939 collection from the rescue operation of sunken Navy submarine USS Squalus. [56 minutes]

  • Bismarck, Hour Two (#1908)

    A miniature Japanese china set made for dolls and a Chinese Imperial ceremonial outfit are featured. [56 minutes]

  • Bismarck, Hour Three (#1909)

    A letter written by George Washington and two Irish dragoon swallowtail guidon flags are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Birmingham, Hour One (#1910)

    Highlights include hand-colored Andy Warhol lithographs and a Frederic Remington portrait. [56 minutes]

  • Birmingham, Hour Two (#1911)

    Highlights include 1968 letters from a young Bill Clinton and a 1952 John Falter illustration. [56 minutes]

  • Birmingham, Hour Three (#1912)

    An autographed first edition copy of "To Kill a Mockingbird" and a Titanic photograph are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Santa Clara (1 of 3) (#1913)

    An autograph book that has signatures of John Steinbeck, Leo Tolstoy and Mark Twain is appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Santa Clara (2 of 3) (#1914)

    Interesting items include a Lambert magician automaton from 1900 a Ray Bradbury archive. [56 minutes]

  • Santa Clara, Hour Three (#1915)

    Great finds include a Booker T. Washington archive and a 17th-century Chinese transitional wine pot. [56 minutes]

  • Charleston, Hour One (#1916)

    A Pete Seeger autographed sign and an 1854 Edward Beyer panoramic oil painting are showcased. [56 minutes]

  • Charleston (2 of 3) (#1917)

    Interesting items include a collection of Marilyn Monroe stills from her greatest cinematic hits. [56 minutes]

  • Charleston (3 of 3) (#1918)

    An 1875 W.S. Young landscape oil of the Greenbrier River and a Newcomb College vase are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Albuquerque (1 of 3) (#1919)

    The treasures of Albuquerque include a 1969 Woodstock jacket and program and a silk wedding gown. [56 minutes]

  • Albuquerque (2 of 3) (#1920)

    Great finds include a 1969 Jasper Johns flag print and a 1939 inscribed "Pinocchio" book. [56 minutes]

  • Albuquerque, Hour Three (#1921)

    A 1962 sonic blue Fender Stratocaster and a 1965 Beatles-signed photo and letter are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Chicago, Hour One (#1922)

    A 1969 "Chicago Seven" signed subpoena and a 1961 Leonora Carrington oil are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Chicago (2 of 3) (#1923)

    Interesting items include a 1989 Keith Haring graffiti art and a Walt Whitman Civil War letter. [56 minutes]

  • Chicago (3 of 3) (#1924)

    Eclectic discoveries include a 1989 Keith Haring graffiti art and a Walt Whitman Civil War letter. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage St. Louis (#1925)

    Highlights include an 1847 Petrus van Schendel painting and a Steiff black bear. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Charleston (#1926)

    Interesting items include Newcomb College vases and a Leon Julien Deschamps bronze. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Denver (#1927)

    Fantastic items include a Bakelite collection and a 19th-century Tabor mining archive. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Tulsa (#1928)

    Highlights include a Navajo chief's blanket and a Connecticut secretary and chair. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Las Vegas (#1929)

    Highlights include a collection of magic memorabilia and an album of John Thomson photos. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Madison (#1930)

    Highlights include an 1875 Norwegian Hardanger fiddle and an Eanger Irving Couse oil. [56 minutes]

  • Vintage Sacramento (#1931)

    Highlights include an 1864 Lincoln campaign poster and a Marion Kavanaugh Wachtel oil. [56 minutes]

  • Junk in the Trunk 5 (1 of 2) (#1932)

    NASA signed photos and a Chinese jadeite peach-form bowl from around 1900 are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Junk in the Trunk 5 (2 of 2) (#1933)

    Fantasia drawings and sketches from 1940 and Israel Regardie's manuscripts and book are discovered. [56 minutes]

  • Celebrating Black Americana (#1934)

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  • Treasures on the Move (#1935)

    Art Deco travel posters, a Lewis and Clark map and more great travel items are showcased. [56 minutes]

  • Spokane, Hour One (#2001)

    Treasures including a 1919 Belmont Stakes trophy and 1963 "The Avengers" comics are highlighted. [56 minutes]

  • Spokane, Hour Two (#2002)

    Fantastic finds in Spokane include a 1961-1963 JFK archive and "Gone with the Wind" sketches. [56 minutes]

  • Spokane, Hour Three (#2003)

    A 1938 Snow White banner, a Chinese huanghuali cosmetic case and more great items are appraised. [56 minutes]

  • Little Rock, Hour One (#2004)

    An Olin Travis Ozark hilltop painting and a 1936 Lou Gehrig autograph are found in Little Rock. [56 minutes]

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