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    Atlanta, Georgia: 2012

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    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, with host Mark L. Walberg, arrived in Atlanta, Georgia, to find plenty of Southern hospitality and tons of hot finds!

    Hour 1 | Original Air Date: April 16, 2012 (#1613)

    ARTICLE: Avoiding "Faux-bergé" Pitfalls

    An Atlanta guest was hoodwinked at auction by a fake Fabergé egg. How can you avoid the same faux-pas?

    SLIDESHOW: Behind the Lens: Film Director Signed Photo

    An up-close look at the autographed photos of film directors a guest named George brought to Atlanta, and the behind-the-scenes stories of how he collected them.

    RELATED APPRAISAL: Grueby Baby!

    If you liked the ship tile by Grueby Pottery from Atlanta HR 1, you'll dig this Grueby tile from our Archive!

    FIELD SEGMENT: Palissy Ware

    At the Georgia Aquarium, ROADSHOW examines aquatic-themed Palissy ware.


    Hour 2 | Original Air Date: April 23, 2012 (#1614)

    FIELD SEGMENT: Missing Norman Rockwell Coca-Cola Illustrations

    ROADSHOW examines the case of Coca-Cola's missing Norman Rockwell illustrations.


    Hour 3 | Original Air Date: April 30, 2012 (#16115)

    Interview with the 1775 New York City Map Owner

    Hear more from Susie, the owner of a 1775 map of Manhattan that turned out to be worth far more than the $50 she paid for it!

    Interview with the Confederate Officer's Sword Owner

    After his appraisal, Eddie spoke with us about the rare Confederate officer's sword that had been passed down in his family for generations.

    Interview with the Preston Dickson Watercolor Owner

    Hear more from Frank, the owner of a Preston Dickson watercolor appraised in Atlanta for $50,000!


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    VIDEO: The Atlanta Feedback Booth

    Check out the characters from Atlanta in the ROADSHOW feedback booth!

    SLIDESHOW: Behind the Scenes in Atlanta

    Behind the scenes photos from ROADSHOW's August 6 visit to Atlanta, Georgia.

    WEB APPRAISAL: Bobby Jones Signed Books and Photos

    Mike Gutierrez appraises a collection of Bobby Jones signed books, photos, and letter.

    WEB APPRAISAL: Churchill Cigar and Truman Signed Photos

    John Schulman appraises a collection of Truman signed photos and a Churchill cigar.

    WEB APPRAISAL: Dutch Hooded Clock, ca. 1830

    Gary Sullivan appraises a Dutch hooded clock, ca. 1830.

    WEB APPRAISAL: George Dury Portrait of an Italian Peasant Girl, ca. 1830

    Robin Starr appraises a George Dury portrait of an Italian peasant girl, ca. 1830.

    WEB APPRAISAL: K'ang Hsi Period Imperial Dragon Brocade

    James Callahan appraises a Chinese Imperial dragon brocade from the reign of Ch'ing Emperor K'ang Hsi.

    WEB APPRAISAL: Ed and Philip Moulthrop Turned Wood Bowls

    Jeni Sandberg appraises two turned wood bowls by father-son woodworkers Ed and Philip Moulthrop.

    WEB APPRAISAL: 1930s Buck Rogers Comic Strip by Dick Calkins

    Phil Weiss appraises a personal letter from comic strip artist Dick Calkins to the letter owner's father, who was an aspiring comic strip artist at the age of 13.

    N.Y. Chippendale Corner Chair, ca. 1760
    J. Michael Flanigan

    $250,000-$300,000
    HR 1


    Arthur Rackham Ink Illustration, ca. 1920
    Laura Crockett

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 1


    Elmer Stennes Wall Clocks, ca. 1970
    John Delaney

    $11,000
    HR 1


    1939 American Railroad Travel Poster
    Nicholas Lowry

    $7,000-$10,000
    HR 1


    Jacob Petit Porcelain Candelabra, ca. 1850
    Nicholas Dawes

    $3,500-$4,500
    HR 1


    1787 Ben Franklin Signed Land Grant
    Ian Ehling

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 1


    Schiaparelli Eyeglasses, ca. 1955
    Steven Porterfield

    $8,100-$11,700
    HR 1


    Tiffany & Company Necklace, ca. 1875
    Peter Shemonsky

    $40,000-$50,000
    HR 1


    1907 Brooklyn Baseball Team Photo
    Leila Dunbar

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 1


    Signed Film Director and Actor Photographs
    Laura Woolley

    $30,000-$40,000
    HR 1


    Model 1853 Confederate Enfield Rifle
    Christopher Mitchell

    $6,000
    HR 1


    Jumeau Fashion Doll with Clothes, ca. 1870
    Scott Tagliapietra

    $7,000-$8,000
    HR 1


    20th-Century Fake Fabergé Enamel Egg
    Sebastian Clarke

    $3,000-$4,000
    HR 1


    1967 Ed Valigursky Vietnam Illustrations
    Alan Fausel

    $12,000-$18,000
    HR 1


    Grueby Pottery Ship Tile, ca.1910
    David Rago

    $4,000-$5,000
    HR 1


    English Armchair, ca. 1780
    Andrew Holter

    $300-$600
    HR 1


    Viennese Enameled Jewelry Box, ca. 1900
    LaGina Austin

    $1,000-$1,500
    HR 1


    Civil War Pin and Photograph
    Jeffrey Shrader

    $2,000
    HR 1


    Tobey Furniture Company Card Table, ca. 1900
    Ken Farmer

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 2


    1963 Beatles Autographs
    Kathleen Guzman

    $3,000-$5,000
    HR 2


    Chinese Archaistic Jade Vase, ca. 1900
    Lark Mason

    $8,000-$12,000
    HR 2


    French Ceramic Vase, ca. 1855
    David Lackey

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 2


    1899 C. F. Martin Model 1-21 Guitar
    Jim Baggett

    $4,000-$5,000
    HR 2


    Alfred de Bréanski Sr. Oil Painting, ca. 1870
    Alasdair Nichol

    $15,000-$25,000
    HR 2


    Mary Elizabeth Price Oil Painting, ca. 1930
    Robin Starr

    $40,000-$60,000
    HR 2


    James Mason Collection, ca. 1865
    C. Wesley Cowan

    $13,000-$18,000
    HR 2


    "Gone With The Wind" Signed by Margaret Mitchell & Cast
    Catherine Williamson

    $7,000-$9,000
    HR 2


    Fake 20th-Century Buffalo Robe
    John Buxton

    $1,000-$2,000
    HR 2


    Martin Brothers Wally Birds Humidor, ca. 1905
    David Rago

    $15,000-$20,000
    HR 2


    Persian Turquoise & Diamond Bracelet, ca. 1875
    Kevin Zavian

    $6,000-$8,000
    HR 2


    French Brocade Dress, ca. 1775
    Beth Szescila

    $25,000-$30,000
    HR 2


    Eric de Kolb 14K Gold Ring, ca. 1965
    Gloria Lieberman

    $1,500
    HR 2


    Salesman Sample Ice Box, ca. 1890
    Karen Keane

    $2,000
    HR 2


    Steiff Mickey Mouse, ca. 1935
    Marshall Martin

    $3,500-$4,500
    HR 2


    1904 Memoir "A Western Trip" by Carl Schmidt
    John Schulman

    $2,500-$4,000
    HR 3


    David Burliuk Oil Painting, ca. 1961
    Debra Force

    $15,000
    HR 3


    Beatles Parlophone Poster, ca. 1962
    Philip Weiss

    $3,000-$5,000
    HR 3


    Micromosaic & Pietra Dura Table, ca. 1860
    Andrew Brunk

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 3


    1775 John Montresor Map of New York City
    Donald Cresswell

    $35,000-$45,000
    HR 3


    Bessie Potter Vonnoh Bronze Sculptures
    Eric Silver

    $9,000-$13,000
    HR 3


    17th-Century Chinese Bronze Guardian Figure
    Robert Waterhouse

    $15,000-$20,000
    HR 3


    German Gilt Table Clock with Book, ca. 1700
    Jonathan Snellenburg

    $8,000-$10,000
    HR 3


    Preston Dickinson "Village" Watercolor, ca. 1925
    Colleene Fesko

    $30,000-$50,000
    HR 3


    Carved Wooden American Eagle, ca. 1850
    Stephen Fletcher

    $6,000-$8,000
    HR 3


    1961 Willie Mays Away Jersey & Pants
    Mike Gutierrez

    $25,000-$35,000
    HR 3


    Sara Ayers Catawba Pottery, ca. 1970
    Bruce Shackelford

    $2,900-$3,900
    HR 3


    Hair Combs & Hatpins Collection
    Beth Szescila

    $2,000
    HR 3


    World War II PT Boat Sweetheart Pin
    Kevin Zavian

    $2,000-$3,000
    HR 3


    20th-Century Benin Pendant Reproduction
    John Buxton

    $200-$300
    HR 3






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