Season 8, Episode 10 Savannah
First Aired: March 29, 2004
Items appraised in Savannah in the first of three episodes include a French and Indian War powder horn, a 1730s shoe buckle given to its owner's ancestor by James Oglethorpe, the founder of the Georgia colony, and World War I records from Camp Hancock, Ga., where seven Baseball Hall of Famers (including Ty Cobb) were stationed. In addition, appraiser David Rago discusses brown-glaze pottery with host Lara Spencer, and Spencer goes antiquing in Savannah with appraiser Richard Wright. She brings home a basket.
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