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    On Tour: | 2007 Tour Slideshow

    Behind the Scenes in Louisville, Kentucky

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      However you pronounce it, Louisville was the site of Roadshow's summer tour stop on July 28, 2007.

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      Close to 6,000 people crowded into the Kentucky International Convention Center — making this the most highly attended Roadshow event in the past five years.
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      This guest, Bill, is the former director of the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville. Bill brought an impressive collection of memorabilia, including a championship belt, practice gloves, and a pair of boots he said were once owned by Ali.
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      Our appraisers had an even busier day than usual on Saturday, as eager guests kept them talking for 12 straight hours starting at 7:00am sharp.
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      Decorative-arts expert Eric Silver waits for the cue to begin his appraisal of an Art Nouveau candelabra, as its owner, Blair, looks on. Eric valued the piece at $5,000 to $7,000.
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      This guest poses on our "Your Stories" set with a stately, and very shock-absorbent, pram, apparently similar to one that Princess Di used with her two princes.
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      As well as lots of eager adults, the Louisville Roadshow also saw its fair share of a new generation of collecting enthusiasts.
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      This gentleman named Burley had time for a breather and a smile aboard his ornate Gothic-Revival hall bench after hearing that it was worth between $5,000 and $6,000.
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      This one-of-a-kind couple brought in a collection of old board games and a very heavy antique printing press.
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      Louisville is also known as "Derby City," and numerous lively examples of thoroughbred-inspired art adorn the downtown area.
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      This pair obviously enjoyed their day at the Roadshow, stopping by to record a "Your Stories" video before talking to the experts.
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      Dan, our Louisville "Your Stories" cameraman, took a moment to adjust the microphone before this couple told us all about their bald-eagle print and bright red model MG.
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      American Indian artifacts were abundant in Louisville.
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      This guest waits patiently to talk with a Roadshow producer after her collection of decorative glass was singled out by a glass expert.
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      The Roadshow set was aglow with guests on Saturday, practically from dawn till dusk.
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      Just outside the Roadshow green room, furniture expert Leigh Keno (right) helps steady a large cabinet believed to have been made by Abraham Lincoln's father, Thomas.
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      Another guest brought in an impressive piece of tribal art.
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      Segment producer Sarah Elliot uses a monitor to keep an eye on host Mark Walberg while recording stand-ups in the hall on Saturday.
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      Sometimes standing in line is not all laughs, but at least this guest didn't have to carry his kimono.
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