Experience the thrill of discovery during ANTIQUES ROADSHOW Season 17 with a $1,000,000 treasure that had been hiding behind a door! Then, special episodes show items found in memorable ways or that survived incredible circumstances.
Everything is bigger in Texas—including ROADSHOW discoveries, like an “important” piece of art that was hidden behind a door and is now valued at up to $1,000,000! Also: a visit to Corpus Christi Bay to discuss antique nautical instruments.
Travel to Texas for standout finds including a signed John Lennon book, a 1965 Salvador Dali drawing, and an 1865 pair of John F. Francis oils. Which is appraised at $100,000? Also: a visit to a local tattoo parlor to see vintage flash art.
Texas treasures shine including a Picasso Madoura urn, a 1912 Charles Courtney Curran oil, and Joe Bianchi spurs. One is $125,000-$150,000! Also: a visit to the Sidbury House in Heritage Park to learn about antique mourning jewelry.
ROADSHOW is coming! Visit the Old State House to see a controversial Paul Revere print. Other highlights include a Rockwell painting and chair, "Superman 7" and "Action 31" comic books, and a Bakshaish rug. Which is $130,000-$140,000?
Brilliant Boston treasures abound including a Revolutionary War British cartridge box, a Boston Swan Boat model, and a North Carolina secretary from around 1790. Guess which is $60,000-$125,000! Also: a visit to the Boston Public Library.
Explore magnificent Massachusetts finds including a Chinese Guanyin figure, Boston automobile posters, and a Tiffany and Co. natural pearl necklace. One is valued at $80,000-$200,000! Also: a visit to Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House.
Discover the history behind Myrtle Beach finds including a Joseph Henry Sharp oil, a North Carolina moravian flask, and Pre-Columbian pendants. Which is $400,000? Also: a visit to Brookgreen Gardens to discuss 20th century female sculptors.
Investigate a story about stolen art from South Carolina’s Hobcaw Barony estate in a ROADSHOW’s Most Wanted segment. Other highlights include an 1860 Abraham Lincoln signed letter, a Marilyn Monroe collection, and a Cartier Art Deco watch.
Wrap up ROADSHOW’s visit to Myrtle Beach with incredible items including a Japanese silver tortoise made around 1900, a "Gone with the Wind" collection, and Jack B. Yeats drawings. Can you guess which appraisal includes a $65,000 valuation?
Brighten up during a visit to the American Sign Museum to look at vintage electric signs. Other highlights include Edward Henry Potthast works, a Tiffany Studios daffodil shade, and textiles made around 300-700 AD. What’s the top find?
Spotlight sensational Cincinnati finds like 1986 Beastie Boys album concept art, a Colonel Sanders suit with a signed photo, and Cartier Paris sapphire and diamond earrings. Learn which appraisal includes a $75,000-$100,000 valuation!
Explore outstanding Ohio items such as an 18th century Ottoman jade-hilt dagger, a 1908 Tiffany Belmont trophy humidor, and an Abraham Lincoln bust. One of these is appraised for $30,000-$40,000! Also: a visit to the Cincinnati Zoo.
ROADSHOW is larger-than-life while visiting Mount Rushmore National Memorial to discuss presidential prints! Other highlights include 1959 Elvis autographs, a WWII paratrooper group, and Molesworth furniture and lamp. One’s up to $180,000.
Hit the open road during a visit to the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame to see antique motorcycle toys. Other highlights include David Klein TWA posters, an Edouard Cortès oil, and a Claymore beaded bag. Which is $40,000-$60,000?
Wrap up in Rapid City with standout South Dakota appraisals such as a French modern art collection, Frank Lloyd Wright blueprints, and rose cut diamond jewelry. One is $71,200-$71,500! Also: a visit to Sylvan Lake in Custer State Park.
Rock out with ROADSHOW at Seattle’s EMP Museum while checking out Jimi Hendrix’s trend-setting fashion style. Other highlights include an 1874 Francis A. Silva oil, Chinese jadeite maidens, and Sol LeWitt woodcuts. Learn which is $250,000!
Discover excellent Emerald City treasures like an 1883 Edward Emerson Simmons oil, a Star Trek treatment and script, and a Ming dynasty ink on silk. One is $40,000-$60,000! Also: a visit to the Space Needle to discuss World’s Fair posters.
Learn about stunning Seattle finds including Plains Indian ledger drawings, a Steiff clown bear, and a 16th C. diamond marriage jewel. Which is valued at $50,000-$60,000? Also: a visit to the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture.
Experience tales of rescues, near misses, and beating the odds with treasures that have survived wars, natural disasters, and more. Highlights include a New Orleans table, a bullet-struck Civil War sword, and Rudolph and Santa characters.
ROADSHOW shines a spotlight on true hidden treasures whose discoveries were a happy accident, including an 18th century shipwreck gold and porcelain, a Mary Lincoln asylum sign-in sheet, and a Tekke "Animal Tree" asmalyk Turkmenistan rug.
ROADSHOW packed a trunkful of never-before-seen Season 17 treasures to share, including a traveling puppet show from around 1875, a Red Auerbach signed display, and a Raoul Larche Loie Fuller lamp. Which is the top find of the hour?
15 years after visiting LA, ROADSHOW takes a look back to see what some of the most memorable appraisals are worth today including Disney animation art, a Tiffany lamp, and a 1906 Van Briggle vase. Which value has jumped to $50,000-$75,000?
Revisit magnificent Milwaukee treasures originally appraised 15 years ago, such as an E. Howard pocket watch, an 18th century Chippendale armchair, and a Regina Corona disc changer. Learn which values have sunk and which have soared!
Back in 1998, ROADSHOW traveled to Rochester, NY and appraised items including a 1671 van Munster violin, an 1844 Charles Avery daguerreotype, and a collection of comic strips from around 1930. One has increased over five times in value!
Take a look back at some standout items that were appraised 15 years ago in Louisville like a Kentucky chest of drawers made around 1830, a Folk Art jug, and a Keystone toy police wagon. Which has tripled in value to $100,000-$150,000?
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