Season 7, Episode 9 Cleveland
First Aired: September 29, 2003
A three-week sojourn in Cleveland concludes. Items appraised range from a 1940 Roy Rogers movie poster (for “Young Buffalo Bill”) to a Jacobean-style cupboard that was once owned by Ohio politico Mark Hanna, the “President maker” behind William McKinley. Then there's an item a woman bought for 50 cents. “We didn't know what it was,” she admits to host Dan Elias. It turns out to be a clock to time racing homing pigeons, and it dates from 1902. Elias also visits Cleveland's Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum (Cleveland rivaled Detroit as an early automotive center), and appraisers Leigh and Leslie Keno trace the history of the Chevrolet Corvette.
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- Premise: 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)