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Play Somethings Wild

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Uncover an animal attraction to this collection of critters and creatures, including a Colima pottery dog from around 200 BC to 200 AD, a bat-decorated Qing period jade basin, and an Edgar Brandt "La Tentation" snake lamp. Which is valued at $75,000?

Play Celebrating Latino Heritage

Content rating: TV-G

Discover amazing items with connections to Latin American history and culture, including a treasure with an updated appraisal of $1,200,000-$2,200,000, now the highest-valued item in the entire ROADSHOW archive.

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Play Kooky & Spooky

Celebrate Halloween with thrilling and chilling finds, like a rag doll nicknamed “Chucky,” a nightmarish Leonora Carrington painting, and an eye-catching "Bride of Frankenstein" pressbook. Which macabre and magnificent treasure is $250,000-$350,000?

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Play Junk in the Trunk 8

Content rating: TV-G

Experience all-new and previously unaired Season 22 appraisals, including a 1962 and 1963 Mercury Atlas #8 & #9 archive, a Rasht horse cover made around 1875, and a purple sapphire ring. Which is appraised for $60,000-$120,000?

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Play Vintage San Francisco

Content rating: TV-G

Is all that glitters still gold in the Golden Gate City? Discover how standout San Francisco appraisals from 2003 have held up in the market, including an Asscher-cut diamond ring, a Maynard Dixon painting, and a San Francisco Seals-signed baseball.

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Play Vintage Oklahoma City

Content rating: TV-G

Revisit OKC appraisals from 15 years ago that have been updated with today’s market value, including Bill Graham handbills, a Gallé Marquetry vase made around 1900, and Art Deco travel posters. Which has more than doubled in value since 2003?

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Play Vintage Birmingham

Content rating: TV-G

Discover memorable finds appraised at ANTIQUES ROADSHOW back in 1999, such as an Austrian “Naughty” cat bronze made around 1900, a Margaret Mitchell archive, and a Cartier diamond ring from about 1940. Find out which is valued at $20,000!

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Play Vintage Chicago

Get transported back to ANTIQUES ROADSHOW’s second visit to the Second City for first-rate finds such as a 1908 Chicago Cubs presentation piece, a Tiffany & Co. gold necklace, and a 1904 Henry Woods oil. Which appraisals have soared and which have sunk in the marketplace since 2003?

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Play Vintage Portland

Content rating: TV-G

How much has the antiques market evolved in the past 20 years? Find out as ANTIQUES ROADSHOW revisits and updates standout Portland appraisals from 1998, including one treasure with a new valuation that jumps to $70,000-$90,000!

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Play Vintage Savannah

Content rating: TV-G

Savannah may be the oldest city in Georgia, but ANTIQUES ROADSHOW only needs to travel back to 2003 for remarkable finds including a wedding dress from about 1798, a 1912 Ivan Khlebnikov jewelry casket, and a George William Sotter oil. Which is appraised for up to $50,000 in the current market?

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Play Vintage Omaha

Content rating: TV-G

Uncover how appraisals from 14 years ago have held up in the ever-changing antiques marketplace, including an Edgar Allan Poe daguerreotype, a Teco collection from around 1905, and a 1907 Frank Lloyd Wright archive. Can you guess which find’s appraised value jumps to $80,000-$120,000?

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Play Newport, Hour 3

Content rating: TV-G

Celebrate as ANTIQUES ROADSHOW wraps up its groundbreaking visit to Rosecliff mansion with even more treasures including a Tiffany & Co. sapphire and diamond ring, a Boston bureau table made around 1770, and M.C. Escher lithographs. Find out which is appraised for $100,000!

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Play Newport, Hour 2

Content rating: TV-G

Learn about antique and vintage treasures as they are appraised in a Gilded Age mansion. ROADSHOW travels to Rosecliff for finds including a Fabergé jade snuff bottle made around 1890, a Basquiat oil stick drawing, and a General Wharton Civil War archive. Which is valued at $400,000?

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Play Newport, Hour 1

Content rating: TV-G

Experience ROADSHOW history when, for the first time, it takes the cameras indoors and outdoors! Recorded at Rosecliff Mansion in Newport, RI, watch as a diamond waterfall pin sways in the breeze, a Rohmer doll is valued on the patio, and Tiffany vases stun an appraiser in the lavish ballroom.

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Play Green Bay, Hour 3

Content rating: TV-G

Discover Green Bay treasures with ANTIQUES ROADSHOW including a Belle Epoque diamond necklace from about 1915, 1952 & 1954 baseball cards, and a Cheyenne cradleboard made around 1895. Watch to learn which is the top find of the hour!

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Play Green Bay, Hour 2

Gallivant through Green Bay with ANTIQUES ROADSHOW for amazing finds such as a Renaissance-revival poison ring from around 1875, a 1939 "Union Pacific" premiere banner, and a Harry Bertoia spray sculpture made around 1965. One is the big find of the night!

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Play Green Bay, Hour 1

Content rating: TV-G

Join as ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits Green Bay for the first time. Highlights include a 1967 Green Bay Packers "Ice Bowl" sign, a 1636 Rembrandt "Christ Before Pilate" etching, and a 1988 George Nakashima Conoid bench. Which is valued at up to $90,000?

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Play Portland, Hour 3

Content rating: TV-G

Uncover West Coast wonders in Portland such as a Pablo Picasso "Grand Oiseau Vert" pot, an Ottoman zarf made around 1875, and a
Tiffany Studios "Bookmark" desk set from about 1924. One of these is the big find of the night!

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Play Portland, Hour 2

Take a passage to Portland to learn more about antique and vintage items like a 1942 Oregon State jacket and Rose Bowl trophy, a Ming Dynasty celadon bowl, and Evel Knievel leathers from around 1967. Can you guess which item is valued for up to $100,000?

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Play Portland, Hour 1

Content rating: TV-G

Travel to the City of Roses for fantastic finds such as "Heller in Pink Tights" movie credits, a mid-century modern Eero Saarinen Womb settee, and a Lincoln-inscribed photograph from about 1860. Which is appraised for $70,000?

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