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Play Best Bargains

Steals and deals abound as ROADSHOW features great bargains including a Chiparus sculpture, an 1811 North Carolina fraktur, and "New Republic Portfolio" prints. Which of these was found at a flea market for $40 and is now valued at $15,000-$25,000?

Play Modern Icons

Celebrate the influential icons of our collective and recent memory with treasures like a Jean-Michel Basquiat oil stick drawing, a Fred & Joanne Rogers trolley and card, and Julia Child's copper pans. Which has an updated value of $500,000?

Play Extraordinary Finds 2

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Follow the stories behind more unforgettable treasures from ANTIQUES ROADSHOW’s history and learn what happened after
the cameras stop rolling through all-new interviews with fan-favorite appraisers, standout guests, and more!

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Play Celebrity Edition, Hour 4

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Join TV personality Carson Kressley, actor Gbenga Akinnagbe, humorist Mo Rocca, and musicians Paquito D’Rivera and Brenda Feliciano as they get the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW experience!

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Play Celebrity Edition, Hour 3

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Learn about the cherished treasures of actor Ronny Chieng, cartoonist Mo Willems, broadcast journalist Soledad O’Brien, and fashion designer Christian Siriano when they are shared with longtime ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisers.

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Play Celebrity Edition, Hour 2

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Join ANTIQUES ROADSHOW experts as they visit with author Marc Brown, chef Carla Hall, humorist John Hodgman, and musicians Rubén Blades and Luba Mason to learn the stories and discover the values of their personal collections.

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Play Celebrity Edition, Hour 1

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See the treasures of comedian Jay Leno, actress S. Epatha Merkerson, author Jason Reynolds, Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, and pro golfer Dottie Pepper get appraised by ANTIQUES ROADSHOW experts.

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Play Vintage Wichita

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What are wonderful Wichita treasures from 13 years ago worth today? Discover updated appraisals such as an Edward Onslow Ford bronze, a 1962 left-handed Fender Stratocaster, and Goldsmith Chandlee surveyor's compass from around 1790. One is now $55,000!

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Play Vintage Las Vegas 2021, Hour 2

Have the values of Vegas treasures—including a 1943 Albert Einstein letter, an early 20th-century gold signet ring collection, and a Louis Comfort Tiffany seascape oil from around 1880—gone up, down, or stayed the same since 2007? Place your bets!

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Play Vintage Las Vegas 2021, Hour 1

Learn if Las Vegas appraisals still hit the jackpot 14 years after ROADSHOW’s visit. Catch an antique asscher-cut diamond ring, a 1923 Dempsey vs. Gibbons fight bell, and a 1970 Elvis Presley-signed album and belt. One is now worth $165,000-$175,000!

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Play Vintage Louisville 2021, Hour 2

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Look back at Louisville treasures from 2007 including a Kentucky cherry corner cupboard made around 1815, a Qing period nephrite jade basin, and a 1911 Julian Onderdonk landscape oil. Which has skyrocketed in value and is appraised for $125,000?

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Play Vintage Louisville 2021, Hour 1

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Giddy-up to Derby City for updated Season 12 appraisals including a Dirk Van Erp lamp from around 1910, a J. Falter "Listening to the Sea" illustration, and a 1919 Cincinnati Reds championship baseball. One is now valued at $150,000-$200,000!

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Play Vintage Spokane, Hour 2

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Journey back to the Pacific Northwest to discover antique and vintage finds like a Jón Stefánsson landscape oil, a Lonny Frey pro baseball collection, and a Rolex Bubbleback watch. Have their values held strong or headed south since 2007?

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Play Vintage Spokane, Hour 1

Discover what Spokane finds from Season 12 are worth now like a 1905 Spokane bird's-eye view lithograph, Abraham Lincoln letters and signed carte-de-visite, and a yellow diamond and platinum ring. One has an updated appraisal of $80,000-$120,000!

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Play Vintage Orlando, Hour 2

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Learn how outstanding Orlando items have held up in the market since 2007, such as a Fern Isabel Coppedge oil, a Tiffany Studios mosaic glass inkwell, and an 1844 Presidential election political banner. Which has a current value of $120,000-$180,000?

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Play Vintage Orlando, Hour 1

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See if Sunshine State appraisals still sparkle in the marketplace14 years after ROADSHOW’s visit, including James McNeill Whistler artwork, Presidents Kennedy and Johnson-signed photos, and a Jonas Weber painted box. One is now $165,000-$250,000!

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Play Vintage Tucson 2021, Hour 2

Blazing hot Tucson treasures include a Mexican charro saddle,Gaston Chaissac artwork, and a 1956 Olympics USA Basketball memorabilia. But has the marketplace cooled down since they were appraised in 2006? Not for one $65,000-$110,000 find!

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Play Vintage Tucson 2021, Hour 1

Revisit tremendous Tucson treasures first appraised 15 years ago including Picasso Madoura pottery, an early 20th C. Cartier necklace & brooch, and an 1861 Charles Dickens letter. Can you guess which is now valued at $90,000-$115,000?

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Play Vintage Baltimore 2021, Hour 2

What are treasures from the 2007 ROADSHOW in Baltimore worth now? Appraisals include a Johnny Unitas Baltimore Colts championship jacket, a B. J. O. Nordfeldt two-sided oil, and a Klondike Gold Rush archive. One has more than doubled to $250,000!

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Play Vintage Baltimore 2021, Hour 1

Travel back to 2007 for updated appraisals on magnificent Maryland finds including Plains & Prairie American Indian art, a presentation sword with a Lincoln-signed appointment, and an 1885 Opening Day baseball program. One is $130,000-$200,000!

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