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    Boston, Massachusetts: 2013

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    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW explored Boston, Massachusetts, one of the nation's oldest cities, discovering a host of militaria in addition to, of course, a Red Sox World Series team-signed ball valued at $25,000 - $35,000.

    Hour 1 | Original Air Date: January 28, 2013 (#1704)

    ARTICLE: Paul Revere: Plagiarizing Patriot?

    A closer look at the two Boston Massacre scenes by colonial printmakers Henry Pelham and Paul Revere ― the similarities will surprise you. Plus, read Pelham's angry letter to Revere!

    VIDEO: Field Trip: Revere Boston Massacre Print

    ROADSHOW heads to the Old State House in Boston to take a look at a Paul Revere print.

    ARTICLE: On Pins and Needles: A Rockwell Model's Reflection

    This guest shares fond memories from Norman Rockwell's studio.


    Hour 2 | Original Air Date: February 4, 2013 (#1704)

    VIDEO: Owner Interview: Beatles Records & Letter, 1970

    Scott shares more about his experience meeting Paul McCartney.

    FIELD TRIP: Make Way for Ducklings

    ROADSHOW visits the Boston Public Library to view rare Robert McCloskey illustrations.

    VIDEO: Hidden Treasure: Make Way for Ducklings

    Bonus footage of some rare little duckling sketches in Boston Hour 2.


    Hour 3 | Original Air Date: Feb 11, 2013 (#1706)

    FIELD TRIP: Beauport

    ROADSHOW heads to Gloucester to take an insider's look at Henry Sleeper's summer home.

    SLIDESHOW: Behind the Scenes Boston

    Photos from ROADSHOW\'s visit to Boston on June 9, 2012!

    VIDEO: The Boston Feedback Booth

    Boston guests take pride in more than just their city sports teams in the Feedback Booth!


    More

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    This Tiffany & Co. watch pendant has more pizzazz than meets the eye.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    This chic George Nelson for Herman Miller "Pretzel" chair inspires and intrigues.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    The market for this Loetz vase has fluctuated; Arlie Sulka explains how.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    In their original boxes, these dolls have more going for them than pretty faces.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Appraiser Stuart Slavid delves deeper into the value of these silver objects through a look at history and heritage.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    This blonde tall hat is dapper and daring; check out Deborah Miller's appraisal of this unique piece and its ornate box.

    Feathered Cape, ca. 1860
    Douglas Deihl

    $1,500-$2,000
    Hour 1


    1915 Boston Red Sox Team-Signed Baseball
    Mike Gutierrez

    $25,000-$35,000
    Hour 1


    Norman Rockwell Oil Painting & Chair, ca. 1952
    Alasdair Nichol

    $130,000-$140,000
    Hour 1


    1948 Aldro Hibbard Oil Painting
    Colleene Fesko

    $45,000-$50,000
    Hour 1


    Bakshaish Rug, ca. 1880
    James Ffrench

    $25,000-$35,000
    Hour 1


    "Superman 7" & "Action 31" Comic Books
    Philip Weiss

    $7,500-$12,500
    Hour 1


    Teco Pottery Buttressed Vase, ca. 1905
    David Rago

    $3,000-$5,000
    Hour 1


    French Crystal Regulator Clock, ca. 1900
    John Delaney

    $8,000-$10,000
    Hour 1


    Dwight Eisenhower Speechwriter's Archive, ca. 1956
    Catherine Williamson

    $3,000-$5,000
    Hour 1


    Quezal Vase, ca. 1910
    Arlie Sulka

    $2,500-$3,500
    Hour 1


    Maori Kotiate War Club, ca. 1850
    Anthony Slayter-Ralph

    $12,000-$15,000
    Hour 1


    Daniel Chester French Bronzes, ca. 1898
    Kerry Shrives

    $20,000-$30,000
    Hour 1


    1884 Thomas Webb & Sons "Swan's Head" Perfume Bottle
    Matthew Quinn

    $5,000-$7,000
    Hour 1


    John Whorf "Copley Square" Watercolor, ca. 1940
    Meredith Hilferty

    $6,000-$8,000
    Hour 1


    William J. Walley Pottery Bowl, ca. 1910
    David Lackey

    $4,000-$6,000
    Hour 1


    Millner's Model Doll, ca. 1840
    Marshall Martin

    $1,800-$2,000
    Hour 1


    North Carolina Secretary, ca. 1790
    Ken Farmer

    $60,000-$125,000
    Hour 2


    Early Automobile Memorabilia, ca. 1906
    Kathleen Guzman

    $17,000-$23,000
    Hour 2


    Happy Hooligan Police Patrol Toy, ca. 1905
    Noel Barrett

    $2,500-$3,000
    Hour 2


    1734 American Paper Filigree Crest
    Sebastian Clarke

    $30,000-$100,000
    Hour 2


    Wiener Werkstätte Silver Demitasse Set, ca. 1915
    David Walker

    $10,000-$15,000
    Hour 2


    Nayarit Seated Figure, 200 BC – 200 AD
    John Buxton

    $15,000-$25,000
    Hour 2


    Beatles Records & Letter, 1970
    Simeon Lipman

    $60,000
    Hour 2


    George Gershwin Collection, ca. 1930
    Francis Wahlgren

    $18,000-$24,000
    Hour 2


    Lilla Cabot Perry Oil Portrait, ca. 1915
    Meredith Hilferty

    $40,000-$60,000
    Hour 2


    1950 Selmer Alto Saxophone
    David Bonsey

    $7,000-$9,000
    Hour 2


    Alson Skinner Clark Oil Painting, ca. 1900
    Aaron Bastian

    $30,000-$50,000
    Hour 2


    Cartier Covered Wristwatch, ca. 1945
    Peter Shemonsky

    $20,000-$25,000
    Hour 2


    Revolutionary War British Cartridge Box, ca. 1776
    Rafael Eledge

    $20,000-$25,000
    Hour 2


    Revolutionary War Musket
    Christopher Mitchell

    $15,000-$18,000
    Hour 2


    Abraham Lincoln Campaign Buttons, ca. 1860
    Philip Weiss

    $1,400-$2,100
    Hour 2


    Boston Swan Boat Model, ca. 1930
    Ronald Bourgeault

    $1,500-$2,000
    Hour 2


    1946 George Nelson for Herman Miller Desk
    John Sollo

    $5,000-$7,000
    Hour 3


    Whistle Collection, ca. 1860
    Nicholas Dawes

    $600-$900
    Hour 3


    German POW Folk Art Signs, ca. 1944
    Gary Piattoni

    $3,000
    Hour 3


    South Carolina Musket, ca. 1810
    Rafael Eledge

    $6,000-$8,000
    Hour 3


    Tiffany & Company Natural Pearl & Diamond Necklace, ca. 1909
    Gloria Lieberman

    $80,000-$200,000
    Hour 3


    Makuzu Kozan Porcelain Vase, ca. 1898
    Judith Dowling

    $10,000-$12,000
    Hour 3


    Giovanni Piranesi Etchings, ca. 1785
    Martin Gammon

    $50,000-$70,000
    Hour 3


    Treffle Gervais Viola, ca. 1890
    Frederick Oster

    $10,000-$15,000
    Hour 3


    Marie Hull "Yellow Hill" Oil Painting, ca. 1960
    Alan Fausel

    $10,000-$15,000
    Hour 3


    Boston Automobile Posters, ca. 1905
    Nicholas Lowry

    $5,200-$7,800
    Hour 3


    Winsor McCay Original Art, ca. 1908
    Philip Weiss

    $25,000-$38,000
    Hour 3


    Dedham Pottery Plates, ca. 1895
    David Rago

    $1,175-$1,900
    Hour 3


    Thomas Hill Yosemite Oil Painting, ca. 1890
    Aaron Bastian

    $6,000-$8,000
    Hour 3


    Rhode Island Queen Anne Tea Table, ca. 1730
    Wendell Garrett

    $7,000-$9,000
    Hour 3






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