ROADSHOW heads to Birmingham, Alabama not only to search for hidden treasures, but to explore important moments in US history, too.
The Teddy bear is one of the most beloved toys in the world. The origin of its name can be traced back to an unlikely source!
Catherine Williamson and Mark L. Walberg discuss the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-20th century and to look at materials related to Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Check out more from ROADSHOW's visit to the Civil Rights Institute with more on Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth.
Take a trip behind bars with ANTIQUES ROADSHOW!
The legal regime that regulates the trade in ivory is notoriously complex
Stuart Whitehurst and Mark L. Walberg head to Sloss Furnaces to check out some antique cast iron objects in Birmingham, Hour 2.
Check out more finds by Andy Warhol found at ANTIQUES ROADSHOW over the years!ved toys in the world. The origin of its name can be traced back to an unlikely source!
Can anyone solve the mysteries of golf? John Falter explores a plethora of swings in his Saturday Evening Post cover, "Golf Driving Range."
While a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University in 1968, a young Bill Clinton exchanged letters with a friend back home in Arkansas. Published here for the first time, the document reveals the future president's early political acumen, attention to details, and a folksy charm that would become one of his trademarks.
Learn the secrets of a Bundu mask from John Buxton in this bonus video from ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's visit to the Birmingham Museum of Art
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW met up with John A. Buxton at the Birmingham Museum of Fine Arts to talk about a 19th-century African carved female figure.
Appraiser Suzanne Perrault called attention to similarities between a piece of Picasso Madoura pottery and his famous 1907 painting, "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon."
Growing up, the owner of this 1960 "To Kill A Mockingbird" was able to spend time with Harper Lee. Hear her personal story in this exclusive interview!
How Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal project put artists to work creating millions of posters
Find out more about this 1882 Rookwood vase with an unusual shape!
Aaron Bastian appraises a Guy Pène du Bois, "Reclining Nude" Oil in Birmingham, Alabama.
In Birmingham, Alabama, Ted Trotta appraises a Navajo & Zuni Ketoh collection.
Have you ever seen a wedding gown like this? Check out Steven Porterfield's appraisal of this one from ca. 1880 in Birmingham, Alabama.
Can you imagine wearing a pair of pants like these? Take a look at a pair of Levi's jeans made for advertising along with some fun posters in Birmingham and find out how much they're worth from Katy Kane.
Find out more about these colorful Kiowa gauntlets, ca. 1890, found in Birmingham, Alabama and appraised by John Buxton.
Guests share their stories after their appraisals in the Feedback Booth!
How much is a Mighty Wurlitzer organ worth? The digital team finds out in this web-exclusive visit to the beloved Alabama Theatre.
Photos from the appraisal event in June 2014.
Fake Chippendale-Style Chest-on-Chest
Multicolored Gold Pocketwatch, ca. 1885
Craig Evan Small
Andy Warhol Hand-Colored Lithographs
1896 Frederic Remington Portrait with Letter
Chinese Famille Rose Vase, ca. 1835
William Aiken Walker Oil Painting, ca.1880
1905 Shirayamadani Rookwood Vase
"Maggie Bessie" & "Alabama Baby" Dolls
Steiff Bear, ca. 1950
Pomo Gift Basket, ca. 1860
1904 Silver Presentation Punch Bowl
Late 19th-Century Australian Aboriginal Artifacts
Emilio Fiaschi Marble Sculpture, ca. 1890
Folk Art Carved Coal Lion
1770 François Eisen Painting
Henry Elmore Archive, ca. 1960
Art Deco Style Diamond & Sapphire Earrings
Earl Pardon Mosaic Bracelet, ca. 1985
Dutch Rococo Revival Desk, ca. 1890
1952 John Falter Illustration with Letter
1976 Andy Warhol Illustrated Title Page
1968 Bill Clinton Letters
Chuck McKimson Archive, ca. 1995
Ithaca Calendar Shelf Clock, ca. 1880
WWII Randall Fighting Knife
Chinese Summer Robe, ca. 1905
1892 Alexander III Russian Imperial Plate
1955 Gibson Les Paul Special with Case
Replica San Quentin Death Row Ball & Chain
1920 Kalo Silver Service
Emile Jumeau Doll, ca. 1880
Morimura Brothers Owl Vase, ca. 1905
English Silver Loving Cup, ca. 1750
Patrick Kelly Jewelry & Scarf, ca. 1980
Necklace & Diamond Ring, ca. 1920
John Sawin Lyre Banjo Clock, ca. 1825
Southern Ladderback Chair. ca. 1795
Rolex Military Watch, ca. 1945
Mario Sabo Lounge Chair, ca. 1968
Picasso Madoura "Nez Pincé" Plate
Titanic Survivor Photograph & Book
Loetz Glass Vase, ca. 1910
1821 John James Audubon Portrait
WPA Poster, ca. 1935
Chinese Gilt Decorated Vase, ca. 1900
1933 George Washington Carver Letter
1887 Frank Bramley Oil Paintings
Bissonnet Confederate Presentation Sword
1938 Gibson A-Style Guitar
Chaim Gross "Acrobat" Sculpture, ca. 1940
WWII Trench Art Lighthouse Lamp
1922 Folk Art Blacksmith Shop Model
Rose Cabat Glazed Vase, ca. 1950