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Antiques Roadshow

Appraisers of antiques travel with the show to various cities. Area citizens bring articles for appraisal and often relate the histories of these items. The appraisers then expand on what is known about the treasures, sometimes exposing them as fakes, and they estimate the pieces' financial value. The show also includes tips for aspiring collectors of a wide range of items.

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Last Episode

18x13 Anaheim (Hour One) Aired: Apr. 21, 2014

'You Bet Your Life' prop duck; two sketches by singer Michael Jackson, circa 1973; Frederic Church oil painting, circa 1867.In Anaheim, California, …

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Antiques Roadshow returns Monday
18x14 Anaheim (Hour Two)(Monday Apr. 28th, 2014 8/7c on PBS)

Series Info

Type:
Reality/Game Show
Premiered:
Jan. 09, 1997
Status:
Returning Series
Runtime:
60 min.
Airs:
Mondays, 8/7c
To-Date:
18 Seasons
303 Episodes
Network
PBS TV Network
Genre

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Series Fun Facts

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  • One of the episodes featured a woman with a fifteenth century Spanish parade helmet; this episode has been taken off the syndication list because the producers were unable to reach the woman later.
  • The most valuable item ever appraised at a Roadshow event (unaired) was a collection of autographs from every Presidential cabinet member from George Washington to Franklin Roosevelt, valued…
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    The most valuable item ever appraised at a Roadshow event (unaired) was a collection of autographs from every Presidential cabinet member from George Washington to Franklin Roosevelt, valued at a million dollars. Not surprisingly, the owner did not wish to appear on the show.
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  • One of the show's most famous "big discoveries" was a Seymour mahogany card table, bought at a garage sale by a New Jersey retiree decades previous for $25. She later sold the table at…
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    One of the show's most famous "big discoveries" was a Seymour mahogany card table, bought at a garage sale by a New Jersey retiree decades previous for $25. She later sold the table at Sotheby's through one of the men who appraised her table on the air, Leigh Keno, for over half a million dollars.
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