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    On Tour: | 2008 Tour Slideshow

    Behind the Scenes in Spokane, Washington

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      It was a sunny scene as fans gathered outside the Spokane Convention Center August 4th for the fifth stop on Roadshow's 2007 summer tour.
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      This framed 1905 aerial map of Spokane was valued by books and manuscripts expert Don Cresswell at around $5,500.
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      Two mad hatters.
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      A pinball fanatic.
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      On set Saturday host Mark Walberg recorded the "stand-up" segments to be used later in creating three shows from the Spokane event.
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      This guest referred to these two Chinese ceramics as "my little dogs."
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      Fans laden with heirlooms and yard sale treasures wait at the edge of the set for their turn with an expert.
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      This gentleman brought in an old aluminum sign advertising "Fresh Holsum Bread."
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      This couple stopped in at our "Your Stories" set to tell us about their painting and pair of lamps.
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      On set, paintings expert Alasdair Nichol (right) gave his appraisal of a Dunson Gleason painting of two boys enjoying the surf, which he estimated is worth $20,000 to $30,000.
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      Three thinking ladies.
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      This guest proudly shows off his antique toy fire engine.
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      Mark Walberg demonstrates that he knows how to tell a joke and sign an autograph at the same time.
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      This serious-minded gentleman lent an air of dignity to the Roadshow's otherwise exuberant atmosphere.
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      Stage manager Ron Milton goes over a few points with the guest prior to the taping of his Star Wars wood block, which was appraised for $300 to $400.
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      This guest was a good enough sport to pose on the seat of his antique toy car, whose pedals and steering wheel were still in working order.
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      Where to now? This stuffed Steiff duo seemed to be considering their next move after visiting our "Your Stories" set.
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      We see a lot of red wagons at the Roadshow, but this giant interactive sculpture of a Radio Flyer at Spokane's Riverside Park, by artist Ken Spiering, takes the prize.
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