A program on Sandwich glass includes a collection of glass-production artifacts. Host: George Michael.
A valentine collection that spans three centuries.
A visit to the Indianapolis Children's Museum, with host George Michael.
Learning a locality's history through postcards, playbills, catalogues, photographs.
Amerindian artwork. Host: George Michael.
A collection of handbags.
The qualities that make a valuable book.
Dorflinger glass. Included: tools used in glassware production. George Michael is the program host.
Mochaware. Host: George Michael.
Collecting antique clothes. Host: George Michael.
A collection of 18th-century clocks.
Toy collecting as an investment. Also: tips on repairing toys.
Tips on collecting antiques are offered by host George Michael. Included: Victorian kitchen items.
A program on cigar boxes, with author Henry A. Hyman ("The Where to Sell Anything and Everything Book").
Jacquard coverlets, mass-produced in the U.S. during the Industrial Revolution.
A show on print collecting features printmaking techniques and methods of preservation.
Merit badges that were once awarded by teachers to exemplary students.
A wide variety of Hancock Shaker antiques. George Michael.
A program on carved eagles, with folk-art expert Frederick Fried. Host: George Michael.
Ohio ceramics that date back to the 18th century. Host: George Michael.
The styles and techniques of European glassware. George Michael is the series host.
Collecting 20th-century dolls. Host: George Michael.
Gambling paraphernalia, including cards, dice and dealing boxes. Also: a demonstration of sleight-of-hand techniques.
Landscapes by the Hudson River Valley school of painters. Host: George Michael.
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