Discover never-before-seen appraisals from all five Season 23 cities, including 1949 Charles & Ray Eames molded chairs, a Sioux pipe and pipe bag made around 1880, and a 1953 MAD Issue 8 “Frank N. Stein” story. Which is valued at $40,000-$60,000?
Explore the era between Boomers and Millennials for exciting treasures from the mid-1960s to early-1980s, also known as the Generation X years! Standout appraisals include Matt Groening artwork, Charles Loloma bracelets, and Evel Knievel’s leathers.
Celebrate 500 episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW with a multi-platform special that follows the pivotal stories behind some of the series’ most extraordinary finds through all-new interviews with longtime appraisers, guests, antique experts and more!
Explore the universe of space-themed treasures, including NASA Space Program autographed photos, a 1737 celestial & terrestrial atlas, and a Star Trek treatment, script, and letters. Have the values of these stellar finds skyrocketed in the market?
Marvel at magnificent Memphis treasures from Season 9, including an Elvis Presley outfit from around 1970, a 1942 Grandma Moses painting, and A. Martin & C.F. Martin guitars. Learn which Tennessee find has an updated appraisal of $100,000!
Do treasures from the smallest state have the biggest values? Revisit Season 10 appraisals to see how they held up in the market, including a 1908 "Anne of Green Gables" first edition, Rudolph & Santa puppets, and a Lyonel Feininger art collection.
Travel back to Bismarck for updates on Season 10 appraisals like a UND School of Mines collection, a Korean court screen, and Native American pictograph drawings. Which has a jaw-dropping value jump from $30,000-$50,000 to $400,000-$600,000?
Everything is bigger in Texas—including updated values of treasures from 2005 such as a 1953 Mickey Mantle All Star watch, an 1840 Texas Artillery short sword, and an Edith Parsons "Turtle Baby" fountain. Find out more in Vintage Houston 2019!
Soak up and revisit Sunshine State appraisals from 2005, including a W.S. Starring archive from around 1870, an Isotta Fraschini model car, and an Art Deco star chandelier. Can you guess which is now valued at $100,000-$150,000?
Go all in on updated appraisals from the 2004 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW in Reno, including a 1951 inscribed Lone Ranger mask, a 1954 Stevan Dohanos cover illustration, and a Cartier cigarette case from around 1910. Which item has doubled in value to $80,000?
Discover which marvelous Minnesota treasure has skyrocketed in the market since its original 2004 appraisal, and is now ANTIQUES ROADSHOW’s highest-valued treasure ever at $2,000,000-$3,000,000!
Giddy up for great appraisals at Churchill Downs Racetrack, such as a Chinese gilt bronze Bodhisattva, ca. 1650, a Nicolai Fechin oil portrait, and an 1861 Fred Kaiffer carved holly sewing box. Can you guess which is valued at $60,000-$150,000?
Discover first-place finds with ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at Churchill Downs Racetrack, including a 1966 MGM Grinch figure, a Georgian & Victorian mourning jewelry collection, and a Larson Bros. symphonic harp mandolin. Which appraisal is $70,000-$90,000?
It’s off to the races for amazing ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisals at Churchill Downs Racetrack like a Twin Spires painted roof slate from around 1895, a 1943 Picasso ink-on-paper and 1963 letter, and an art deco brooch. One may be worth up to $200,000!
Tremendous Tulsa treasures abound when ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits Philbrook Museum of Art, including a Dalí "The Art Institute" etching, a 1964 Frank Sinatra letter, and a Mississippian culture effigy pot, 900-1500 AD. One’s valued at $20,000-$30,000!
Experience outstanding Oklahoma ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisals at Philbrook Museum of Art, such as a Charles Wilda "The Hour of Prayer" oil, a 1950 Gibson SJ-200 guitar, and a baroque bureau brisé from about 1690. Learn which is a $30,000-$50,000 find!
Travel to Tulsa for ROADSHOW treasures appraised at Philbrook Museum of Art, including a Native American rights activist archive, the first "Yield" sign with documentation, and a 1949 Model 4500 Rolex and box. Which is valued at $71,000?
Wrap up ROADSHOW’s three-part visit to Hotel del Coronado with even more fantastic finds such as a Dr. Seuss-illustrated program and drawing, Seth Kinman’s Colt Model 1851 presentation pistol, and a 1920 John Fery oil. Which is appraised for $50,000?
Discover covetable California items appraised at Hotel del Coronado like a 1915 San Diego Exposition poster, a Joan Crawford archive from around 1940, and a Margaret Bourke-White photograph of Gandhi. Can you guess which is valued at $40,000-$50,000?
Check into Hotel del Coronado to see sensational ROADSHOW finds at a stunning seaside setting, such as a 1962 Baldessari oil "Sign for Rothko & Albers,” a Fortuny Delphos gown, and a "Kitchen Debate" table with a signed Nixon photo. Which is $90,000?