ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is part adventure, part history lesson, and part treasure hunt! Watch as specialists from the country's leading auction houses and independent dealers offer free appraisals of antiques and collectibles, revealing fascinating truths about family treasures and flea market finds.Visit Antiques Roadshow Website
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Big finds? A 1962 Fender Stratocaster, a Beatles collection, and French filigree earrings.
A Jasper Johns print, a signed "Pinocchio" book, and a jade snuff bottle: one is $50K-$60K
A Woodstock collection, a wedding gown, and a Jane Peterson oil. Which is worth $300,000?
Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Rafael Eledge look at Civil War cigarette booklets
A Roy Lichtenstein screenprint, a NASA archive, and a Tiffany Studios mosaic.
A 1965 Noah Purifoy sculpture, an Archie Bunker coat, a Franz Bergman lamp.
A Mucha JOB poster, a Nakashima floor lamp, and a Ty Cobb-signed baseball.
Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Kevin Zavian bust some popular diamond myths
Appraisal: Bessica Raiche Aviator Archive, ca. 1910, from Palm Springs Hour 3.
Watch Leila Dunbar swing for the catchphrase fences in this Antiques "RoadShort"
Appraisal: 1864 Union Officer's Presentation Dress Sword, from Palm Springs Hour 2.
Appraisal: 1927 Paul Klee "Leichter Verfall" Ink Drawing, from Palm Springs Hour 2.
Appraisal: 1930 Transpacific Yacht Race Trophy, from Palm Springs Hour 2.
Appraisal: 1933 Jim Thorpe Handwritten Letter, from Palm Springs Hour 2.
Appraisal: Adrian Pearsall Coffee Table, ca. 1960, from Palm Springs Hour 2.
Appraisal: Brown Doll & Carriage, ca. 1970, from Palm Springs Hour 2.
Appraisal: 1982 Brooke Shields's Bob Mackie Beaded Gown, from Albuquerque Hour 3
Appraisal: 1966 Roy Lichtenstein Screenprint, from Palm Springs Hour 2.
Appraisal: Carroll O'Connor's Archie Bunker Coat, ca. 1970, from Palm Springs Hour 1.
Appraisal: 1898 Alphonse Mucha "Job" Poster, from Indianapolis Hour 3.
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Appraisal: Mt. Washington "Napoli" Biscuit Jar, ca. 1895, from Indianapolis Hour 2.
Appraisal: 1958 Signed Indianapolis 500 Racing Flag
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