ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits Geppi's Entertainment Museum, where appraiser Phil Weiss gives host Mark L. Walberg a collector's eye view of comic strip art. Highlights include: a bench crafted by master woodworker George Nakashima; a two-sided painting by B.J.O. Nordfeldt; and a rare 1798 violin and bow worth $140,000 and $20,000 respectively.
Every antique is a survivor, but considering some have made it through exceptionally dangerous circumstances, it is amazing they survived at all. In this special episode, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW highlights amazing tales of rescues, near misses, and beating the odds with treasures that have endured wars, natural disasters, fires, and more.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's first visit to Phoenix was in 1997, when Arizona's biggest story was a UFO sighting dubbed the "Phoenix Lights." Flash forward 15 years to see how times have changed and prices have shifted on some of the believe-it-or-not ROADSHOW sightings we made back then!
Fifteen years after visiting Los Angeles, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW takes a look back to see what some of the most memorable appraisals are worth today. Tune in to see items like Disney animation art, a 1906 Van Briggle vase, and a Tiffany lamp that was first appraised in 1998 at $30,000 to $40,000 and is newly appraised at $50,000 to $75,000.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visited Hartford, Connecticut, 15 years ago and found some unforgettable items, including a 1915 Coca-Cola(r) jigsaw puzzle, an Emancipation Announcement print, and last but certainly not least a Aquamarine Tiffany Glass Vase! Don't miss Vintage Hartford on Monday, July 22nd at 8/7C to watch all the appraisals!