Wrap up ROADSHOW’s historic visit to Rosecliff mansion in this half-hour RECUT episode filled with next-level Newport finds such as 1958 & 1960 M.C. Escher lithographs, a gold & amethyst necklace, and a 2003 Sam Zell automaton. Which is $100,000?
Rain won’t stop Newport treasures from shining in this half-hour RECUT episode from Rosecliff mansion featuring finds like an Edward Bannister oil, 1979 Tage Frid stools, and a Tiffany & Co. sapphire & diamond ring. One could be worth up to $100,000!
Travel to Rosecliff mansion in this half-hour RECUT for finds like a Jean-Michel Basquiat oil stick drawing, dragon dog bronze ornaments, and a 1910 Whiting & Co. silver basket. Which of these items, given to the guest for Christmas, is now $400,000?
Newport treasures delight in this half-hour RECUT episode from the grounds of Rosecliff mansion, including a Fabergé jade snuff bottle, an Arthur Mcgee Dexter Gordon suit, and an Egyptian mummified falcon made around 200 BC. Which is up to $100,000?
Learn about historical treasures as they are appraised in a Gilded Age mansion! In this half-hour RECUT, ROADSHOW travels to Rosecliff for finds including Tiffany Studios vases with the original crate, a Benny Andrews oil from around 1962, and more.
Experience ROADSHOW’s groundbreaking visit to Rosecliff mansion when, for the first time, it takes the cameras indoors and outdoors! This half-hour RECUT includes a 1939 "The Gold Royal" typewriter, "New Republic Portfolio" prints, and more.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW has elected to showcase fantastic finds related to American politics in Part Two of the half-hour Politically Collect RECUT including 20th C. Presidential autographs, 1947 political cartoons, and a Congressional desk & chair!
Electing and collecting: These two great American traditions combine in one historic half-hour! Part One of Politically Collect RECUT commemorates political battles long past, with treasures that hail from red states and blue.
Celebrate trailblazing women in a special hour spotlighting outstanding contributions from female athletes, artists, activists, and more who left an indelible mark on the world around us through their thought-provoking objects and accomplishments.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW explores artifacts and artistry with health and medicine history across generations including a Lakota Sioux doctor's bag, a Civil War medical officer's sword, and a Fern Isabel Coppedge oil.
Head to the City of Angels for updated appraisals from 15 years ago like Charles Schulz comic strip art, a 15th C. Ming Dynasty celadon dish, and a Eugène Sartory bow & French violin. One has an updated valuation of $250,000-$300,000!
Travel to Utah’s capital city for updated Season 11 appraisals including a Philip Margetts archive, Patek Philippe ladies' watches, and a Japanese silk needlework made around 1910. Which is now valued at $100,000-$150,000?
Flashback to phenomenal Philadelphia finds from 2006 including an asscher-cut yellow diamond ring from around 1930, a Charles Rohlfs mahogany chair, and a 1958 Picasso drawing with documentation. Which has skyrocketed in value to $220,000?
Revisit Alabama appraisals 14 years after ROADSHOW’s visit to Mobile such as an “Indian Tribes of North America" set, a Gale Sayers game-worn jersey, and Chinese glass bottle vases from around 1775. Learn which is now valued at $70,000-$90,000!
Discover magnificent Milwaukee treasures including 1869 Louisa May Alcott "Little Women" books, a Samuel Prince desk and bookcase made around 1775, and a child's swan sled from about 1880. Which has an updated value of $70,000-$100,000?
Say Aloha to amazing Season 11 appraisals revisited 14 years later, including 19th-century Hawaiian poi pounders, a Dirk van Erp copper vase, and an 1888 Joseph Nāwahī oil painting. One is now worth $250,000-$300,000!
Superb San Antonio appraisals abound when ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits the McNay Art Museum and finds a Van Cleef & Arpels diamond ring, an 1897 San Antonio Folk Art carved cane, and a Käthe Kollwitz print & drawing. Learn which is $80,000-$140,000!
Everything is bigger in Texas, including ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisals such as Julius Cohen yellow diamond earrings, a 1928 Gibson Granada banjo, and a collection of original comic art dating to around 1937. Can you guess which is $105,000-$140,000?
It’s a fiesta of fabulous finds as ROADSHOW visits McNay Art Museum in San Antonio for standouts like a W. W. Denslow-inscribed "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” a Mercury Space Capsule wind tunnel model, and a black opal ring. Which is $60,000-$120,000?
Phoenix treasures heat up at the Desert Botanical Garden with a Hassan El Glaoui Tempera painting made around 1970, a Line Vautrin Talosel mirror, and a diamond horseshoe brooch from about 1900. One is appraised for $75,000!