From a 1898 Kansas City Fire Chief presentation badge made by a fine jeweler to a Lichtenstein purchased at a local department store, items had Midwestern roots at the KC appraisal event!
Mark L. Walberg and Leila Dunbar discuss a Brooklyn Dodgers baseball signed by Jackie Robinson and Ty Cobb.
More from the visit to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.
Hear from the Moore sisters, who share the story behind the special signed baseball.
Take a tour around the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum with these photos from the video shoot!
Mark Walberg and Marshall Martin discuss vintage dolls houses at the National Museum of Toys & Miniatures.
More on the life and work of Madam C.J. Walker, cosmetics entrepreneur, philanthropist, and America's first self-made female millionaire
Many Indian objects raise important legal and ethical questions. Are they okay to own, or buy, or sell? Multiple laws make a complicated field.
More on the ethics and law of wartime souvenirs
Mark Walberg and Daile Kaplan discuss Dorothea Lange's famous photograph, "Migrant Mother," at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
Mark Walberg and Daile Kaplan discuss a 1908 Lewis Hine photograph in this bonus video from the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
Many years after Dorothea Lange's iconic 1936 photograph, a reporter asked Florence Owens Thompson about the life she eked out for her family. "We just existed," she said, with no sentimentality. "... We survived, let's put it that way."
Take a look at this Inuit stone musk ox sculpture appraised by Linda Dyer.
Watch Sarah Churgin appraise this William Spratling "River of Life" bangle!
Lark Mason appraises a distinct 20th C. Chinese Lingzhi.
Watch Grant Zahajko appraise this group of Pat Collins Yankees World Series Memorabilia.
Suzanne Perrault appraises a French Majolica Rooster, ca. 1890.
Take a look at Jeffrey Shrader's appraisal of a WWII French Resistance archive.
Watch Christopher Lane's appraisal of this "Kingdom of England" map, ca. 1611.
Watch Jim Baggett appraise a 1923 Gibson A-2 mandolin!
Get a taste of the action from ROADSHOW's Kansas City event on August 10th, 2013.
Watch the Kansas City Feedback Booth and you'll find out there's much more flavor to KC than BBQ!
19th-Century Carved Coconut Bank
Amethyst Collet Necklace & Gold, Diamond Ring
Navajo Woman's Wearing-Blanket-Style Rug
J. D. Kestner "Gibson Girl" Doll, ca. 1915
Barbedienne Foundry Model, ca. 1880
Walter J. Phillips Watercolor, ca. 1945
1826 English George IV Period Silver Urn
Folk Art Carved Bird Tree, ca. 1900
1898 Kansas City Fire Chief Presentation Badge
Royal Doulton Vase, ca. 1895
Philip & Kelvin LaVerne Table, ca. 1970
1798 George Washington Letter
1796 Chinese Bronze Censer
1970 Josef Albers Glass Sculpture
John Risley Bench, ca. 1955
Teco Pottery Vase, ca. 1905
20th-Century Walter Matia Bronze Dog
John Jegglin Snake Jug, ca. 1875
Early 19th-Century Bovet Pocket Watch
Folk Art Spool Table, ca. 1900
Charles Eames Screen, ca. 1946
Folk Art Cane, ca. 1920
Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Book, ca. 1928
1892 Tiffany & Co. Carriage Clock
Franco-Prussian War Veterans Flag
Italian Maiolica Pottery Bust, ca. 1900
Disney Character Model of Lampwick
1920 Julian Onderdonk Oil Painting
Giants Baseball Uniforms, ca. 1965
1861 E.G. Wright Silver Cornet with Letter
Anasazi Ceramic Vessels
Eugenie Wireman Illustrations, ca. 1908
1932 Sante Fe Railroad Olympics Poster
1906 Oklahoma University Football Poster
1957 Charles Eames Shell Chair
Johan Falk Magic Lantern, ca. 1910
Regina Upright Music Box, ca. 1905
1955 Elvis Presley Concert Poster
English Arts & Crafts Chandelier, ca. 1900
Harry S. Truman Archive, ca. 1955
Civil War Shrapnel-Struck Pail with Letter
W. Perry Portrait & Pistols, ca. 1790
C. Wesley Cowan
Frank H. Desch Oil, ca. 1920
Marklin "Puritan" Toy Boat, ca. 1910
Sioux Beaded Possible Bags & Bible Cover
Mickey Mantle Archive
French Porcelain Vases,ca. 1878
Lalique "Four Frogs" Glass, ca. 1912
Advertising Chair & Printing Stone, ca. 1885
17th-Century Chinese Bronze Incense Burner
Wordley, Allsopp & Bliss Co. Jewelry Suite
Vega Whyte Laydie Banjo, ca. 1928