Next Episode of Antiques Roadshow is
Season 21 / Episode 10 and airs on 28 March 2017 00:00
Antiques Roadshow turns 20! PBS' most-watched ongoing series celebrates 20 seasons with a new look, new hidden treasures and more appraisals than ever. Tune in to discover finds from Spokane, Washington; Tucson, Arizona; Little Rock, Arkansas; Charleston, South Carolina; Cleveland, Ohio; and Omaha, Nebraska. - Mondays, beginning January 4, 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET.
A first edition of the Book of Mormon, Picasso-designed plate and Sanford Robinson Gifford painting.
A 1970 Andy Warhol poster, a collection of Pewabic pottery and a working script of The Wizard of Oz.
A French Art Deco diamond and platinum ring, a book signed by Jim Morrison and four Rembrandt and Whistler etchings.
An 1891 Kansas City Fire Chief presentation badge, a 1796 Chinese bronze censer and a 1965 Roy Lichtenstein screen print.
A Marx Brothers prop duck; two sketches by Michael Jackson, ca. 1973; a Frederic Church painting, ca. 1867.
Albert Neuhuys watercolor; 1982 UNC championship signed basketball; Alice R.H. Smith watercolor.
Look back 15 years to see what some memorable objects appraised in Providence are worth today.
Tune in to see how appraised values in Tampa, Florida, have fared over 15 years.
Return to Columbus, Ohio, to learn which items have soared in value and which have sunk since 1999.
Look back at some of the items appraised in Toronto, Canada, in 1999.
Uncover some dramatic changes in the value of key appraisals at the first visit to Baltimore.
Tune in to see what happened to the values of the items found during the trip to Salt Lake City.
Look back on featured items from Des Moines, Iowa, to see if their value has changed.
A Tiffany pottery vase; a shoe belonging to the tallest recorded human; a gilt bronze Amida Buddah.
Laurel and Hardy "Swiss Miss" horn; Revolutionary War era silver cup; Thomas Hart Benton oil on tin.
Celebrate the trio that provided America's soundtrack for generations.
Vintage treasures from the 1940s-60s, including an Elvis standee, MLK letter and Charles Schulz art.
Objects fit for stately homes: Lord Byron portrait, Louis Vuitton steamer trunk, Tiffany necklace.
Mark L. Walberg(Host)
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