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    On Tour: | 2007 Tour Slideshow

    Behind the Scenes in Orlando, Florida

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      Leigh and Leslie Keno examine a highboy to determine what kind of wood it is constructed of during Roadshow's visit to Orlando, Florida on June 30, 2007.

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      Guests get to know each other as they wait in line to enter the Antiques Roadshow set.
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      Anthony Slayter-Ralph chats with guest William about his Egyptian marble sculpture while getting ready to tape their appraisal.
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      The crew preps this 1844 political banner for its on-air appraisal.
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      Appraiser Noel Barrett gets a better look at a giant antique bicycle.
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      Happy to be at the Roadshow — these ladies can't wait to find out how much their objects are worth.
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      Web producer Luke Crafton directs two guests before they tape a video on our "Your Stories" set.
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      This guest named David listens carefully as he learns more about his Tiffany silver vase from appraiser Stuart Whitehurst, who estimated it's worth between $30,000 and $50,000!
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      Almost there! These guests have made it to the set and wait patiently in line for their turn at the appraisal tables.
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      This couple poses for the camera on our "Your Stories" video set.
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      Appraisers at the Textiles table take a look at an intricate tapestry brought in to the Roadshow.
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      Audio assistant Gilles Morin prepares this guest before her appraisal is taped.
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      This guest named Sandy proudly displays her collection of locomotive drawings, which Philip Stanley appraised for $7,200.
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      Sorry! This is a reproduction of "Grand Odalisque" by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. The original is actually hanging at the Louvre in Paris.
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      This interesting object waits in line to be appraised at the Tribal Arts table.
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      These guests were all smiles after their visit to the Roadshow.
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      The crew is busy taping from the moment the first guests enter the Antiques Roadshow set at 8 AM. Taping continues all day until every guest receives an appraisal.
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      This woman brought Hardy to the Roadshow, but where's Laurel?
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