A signed note from Mother Teresa to a wood-carver; a custom model 1894 Winchester rifle; and a collection of late 17th/early 18th-century Chinese libation cups - grabbing the number one spot on the list of all-time highest value ROADSHOW appraisals.
Signed Ty Cobb memorabilia dating back to the early 1950s; an original Rosemary's Baby drawing by art designer Clem Hall; and a 1919 oil painting by Norman Rockwell.
Correspondence between Cole Porter and actor Monty Woolley; a finely knotted circa 1920 silk Kashan rug; and one of the best flea market finds of all time: a 17th-century Chinese rhinoceros horn cup, purchased for $1 and valued at $350,000 to $450,000!.
A 19th-century Fiji split whale's tooth necklace; Andy Warhol's 1966 artist's proof of a print of Jacqueline Kennedy; and a 1937 first edition copy of The Hobbit, with original dust jacket and author J.R.R. Tolkien's signature.
A decorative egg with a Faberge mark that may not be all that it seems; a 1787 land grant signed by Benjamin Franklin; and a New York Chippendale corner chair, circa 1760.
A questionable George Elmslie chair that, if authentic, could fetch $50,000; a 1900 McKinley-Roosevelt poster discovered at a flea market; and a 1976 fancy intense yellow diamond ring.
Flash forward from 1997 for believe-it-or-not ROADSHOW moments in Phoenix.
See if the objects found at the Secaucus ROADSHOW floated upstream or downstream in the last 15 years.
Find out what the future held for some of the treasures ROADSHOW corralled in Houston in 1998.
See how some of ROADSHOW's Atlanta discoveries have fared since 1997.
Discover which treasures the market favored since ROADSHOW's visit there in 1998.
Take a look at what's happened to some Pittsburgh ROADSHOW finds since 1997.
Travel with ROADSHOW to enjoy never-before-seen appraisals from Season 16.
Take a look at appraisals featuring felines and canines - in sculpture, on canvas and in many other forms.