Antiques Roadshow TV Show

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An antiques-appraisal series that turned out to be a ratings gem in PBS's attic. The simple format has `Roadshow' traveling around the U.S., evaluating family heirlooms and found items. It's based on the long-running (since 1978) BBC show of the same name (more…)

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  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 13 - Raleigh, North Carolina - Four pieces of Chinese carved jade and celadon from the Chien Lung Dynasty (1736-1795), including a large bowl crafted for the Emperor, was given a conservative auction estimate of as much as $1.07M - the highest-value appraisal in the show's 13 year history.
    Photo By: Jeffrey Dunn for WGBH
  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 12, Episode 15 - Louisville, Kentucky. The owner (left) of this Kentucky corner cupboard saved it from being thrown away. Appraiser Leigh Keno declares it's value at $8500.
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  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 12, Episode 14 - Louisville, Kentucky - This man holds up a pair of boxing gloves signed by Mohammad Ali. Ali signed one glove as Cassius Clay in 1963, before he was named World Heavyweight Champion, and signed the other 40 years later back in his hometown. Estimated auction value is $2000 to $3000.
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  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 12, Episode 13 - Louisville, Kentucky. The owner (right) brings in a Saturday Evening Post cover illustration, painted by her stepfather, John Falter. Appraiser Kathleen Guzman gives the artwork a value of $175,000.
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  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 12, Episode 11 - Spokane, Washington - this owner brings her father's prized Waltham railroad pocket watch. Appraiser Kevin Zavian (right) points out the watch's rare qualities, including a power winding mechanism and a diamond end stone, and assigns an insurance value of $4,000 to $6,000.
    Photo By: Jeffrey Dunn for WGBH
  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 12, Episode 10 - Spokane, Washington - this woman holds a framed photo signed by President Lincoln. She also brings letters dating back to 1862, documenting correspondence between President Lincoln and his generals. Appraiser Ken Gloss assigns them values of $75,000 to $100,000.
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  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 12, Episode 9 - This owner brings four unusual Chinese porcelain panels. When put together, they tell a wonderful story of the seasonal harvest. Appraiser Lark Mason (right) values the collection at $40,000 to $60,000.
    Photo By: Jeffrey Dunn for WGBH
  • Antiques Roadshow - Unique Antiques - Charleston, South Carolina. This chair once belonged to Chang Boker, the owner's great-grandfather and half of the nineteenth-century's world famous conjoined twins, Chang and Eng. Twin appraisers Leigh (left) and Leslie Keno estimate it's value at $10,000 to $12,000.
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  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 11, Episode 9 - Tuscon, Arizona - Appraiser Colleen Fesko (right) discovers a trio of paintings by 20th century outsider artist Gaston Chaissac. This collection is given an auction value of $50,000 to $100,000.
    Photo By: Jeffrey Dunn for WGBH
  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 10 - Mark L. Wahlberg assumes hosting duties, January 9, 2006
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  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 13 - Four pieces of Chinese carved jade and celadon from the Chien Lung Dynasty (1736-1795), including a large bowl crafted for the Emperor, was given a conservative auction estimate (by James Callahan, right) of as much as $1.07M - the highest-value appraisal in the show's 13 year history.
    Photo By: Jeffrey Dunn for WGBH
  • Antiques Roadshow - Season 12, Episode 7 - San Antonio, Texas - This owner has a remarkable collection of World Series programs, including a rare 1905 program (the second World Series program ever published). Appraiser Jasmani Francis (right) values this entire collection at $12,800.
    Photo By: Jeffrey Dunn for WGBH
  • Antiques Roadshow - Unique Antiques - Seattle, Washington - This owner brings a unique collection of tin cans from the 1880s, discovered underneath a home he was remodeling in an old mining town in Colorado. Appraiser Rudy Franchi estimates $10,000 to $14,000.
    Photo By: Jeffrey Dunn for WGBH

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