ROADSHOW touches down to Louisiana and finds a treasure trove of Southern furniture!
Hear more from Jim Morrison's former roommate after the appraisal of his inscribed book!
Host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Leigh Keno at Magnolia Mound Plantation to learn about Campeche chairs.
Can you? Should you? A brief guide on the rules and regulations surrounding ivory.
Learn more about Newcomb College pottery and whether you should invest from expert David Rago.
Watch the Red Heads shoot and score!
Cuts and color vary, but the stone must appeal, whether it’s D flawless or not! Learn more about antique diamond rings from jewelry expert Mark Schaffer.
Even now, almost a century later, Long's enigmatic shadow is hard for Louisianans to escape.
Will there be a happy ending for two Clementine Hunter paintings uncovered in Baton Rouge? ROADSHOW's segment producer has the answer.
When a former NASA employee shared his tales from the "Vomit Comet," he mentioned one of his favorite trips was with Bozo the Clown! Check out a photo.
Mark Walberg and Kathleen Harwood discuss paintings by local artist Clementine Hunter.
Hear more stories from this guest's days at NASA and his famous astronaut colleagues!
Who was the woman depicted in these charcoal drawings by John Thomas Biggers? His wife, or a woman encountered in Africa?
After stumbling upon a beautiful Salinas piece in Baton Rouge, we had to share another oil painting featuring bluebonnets, one of the themes his is best known for.
Ken Gloss appraised this collection of correspondences from the Civil War at the Baton Rouge event in July 2013. Take a look at more photos to read some of the text up-close!
Christopher Barber appraises this Virginia walnut bottle case, ca. 1835, whose history the owner reveals is quite Southern..
This might be the first left-handed Fender Telecaster; learn more about this 1951 model from appraiser Lawrence Cavalieri.
Suzanne Perrault takes a look at this German Mettlach beer stein, ca. 1907, in Baton Rouge. Can you translate the text printed on it?
John Buxton shares some tips about identifying reproduction tribal art.
Wes Cowan inspects and appraises a Kentucky crock in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
It's good, bad, and ugly in the Baton Rouge Feedback Booth. Check out what folks from Louisiana had to say about their ROADSHOW experiences!
Iconic local collectibles and international masterpieces made their way to the appraisal tables in Baton Rouge on July 27.
Leila Dunbar appraises a Pete Maravich signed basketball and a Utah Jazz signed basketball in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Can you guess which is more valuable?
Debra Force appraises ROADSHOW's highest-valued online-only item, a Grigory Gluckmann painting, ca. 1950, in Baton Rouge!
French Art Deco Diamond Ring, ca. 1930
1852 Texas Pocket Map
Women's Professional Basketball Collection
Alaskan Ivory Cribbage Boards, ca. 1890
Hans Wegner Designed Mid-Century Valet Chair
1900 Grandmother Tall Clock
1978 Peter Halley Gouache on Paper
Hyde & Goodrich Tea Service, ca. 1850
18th C. White Jade Pendant
Newcomb College Pottery, ca. 1925
Rembrandt & Whistler Etchings
William Hollingsworth Watercolor
1963 Jim Morrison Inscribed Book, "The History of Magic"
1940 "Black Friday" Lobby Cards
Rozenburg Pottery, ca. 1900
English Wax Doll, ca. 1850
Painted Box, ca. 1835
Vernacular Armchair, ca. 1830
Jessie M. Preston Candlesticks, ca. 1905
1931 "The Compleat Angler" with Drawing
NASA Space Program Autographed Photos
Mardi Gras Jewelry Suite, ca. 1920
San Jose Pottery Tiles, ca. 1930
Louisiana Political Poster, ca. 1937
Clementine Hunter Paintings, ca. 1980
C. Wesley Cowan
1938 C.F. Martin 000-21 Guitar
Silver-Mounted Revolutionary War Sword
Chinese Cloisonné Moon Flask, ca. 1800
William & Ellsworth Woodward Works, ca. 1910
Barbedienne Bronze Candelabra, ca. 1860
Kiowa Beaded Strike-A-Light & Awl Case
1941 George Grosz Illustration
1962 Signed Green Bay Packers Football
Chitimacha Double-Woven Basket, ca. 1920
1937 Amelia Earhart Photos with Letter
Moorcroft Pottery Piece, ca. 1935
Porfirio Salinas Oil Painting, ca. 1935
1848 Mitchell's Universal Atlas
Patek Philippe Automatic Watch, ca. 1960
Louisiana Work Table, ca. 1830
Civil War Confederate Letters
A.C. Gilbert Erector Set, ca. 1950
Tiffany Studios Gilt-Bronze Desk Set, ca. 1910
John Biggers Drawings, ca. 1960
Clarence John Laughlin Photos, ca. 1938
Martin Brothers Humidor, ca. 1878
Japanese Mixed-Metal Vases, ca. 1900
Loetz Flower Form Vase, ca. 1900
George Rickey Kinetic Sculpture, ca. 1958
Lanier Meaders Face Jug, ca. 1975
Russian Enamel Egg Necklace, ca. 1910
Maria Martinez Pot & Diary, ca. 1930