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    Minneapolis, Minnesota: 2012

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    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, with host Mark L. Walberg, made its way Minneapolis, Minnesota — the Mill City — where guests churned out one great find after another!

    Hour 1 | Original Air Date: May 7, 2012 (#1616)

    VIDEO: Interview with the 1976 Yellow Diamond Ring Owner

    Hear more from Lesley, owner of the dazzling fancy intense yellow diamond ring appraised in Minneapolis for $140,000 - $160,000!

    FIELD SEGMENT: Antique Mora Tall Case Clocks

    ROADSHOW spends time at the American Swedish Institute to discuss Mora clocks.


    Hour 2 | Original Air Date: May 14, 2012 (#1617)

    VIDEO: Interview with the Lincoln Mourning Banner Owner

    After his appraisal, former NFL Hall-of-Famer and current Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page spoke with us about his collection of Jim crow-era memorabilia.

    FIELD SEGMENT: Disney Propaganda

    ROADSHOW looks at animation propaganda produced by Disney Studios during WWII.

    BONUS FOOTAGE: José Carioca Disney Cel

    Phil Weiss looks at an animation cel of José Carioca, a cartoon character created by Disney in the 1940s to help sway South America towards the Allied effort in WWII.


    Hour 3 | Original Air Date: May 21, 2012 (#1618)

    RELATED APPRAISAL: A Fine Weave

    If you were impressed by the asmalyk appraised in Minneapolis for $5,000, take a look at the Tekke "Animal Tree" asmalyk appraised in San Diego for $150,000! Can you tell the difference?

    RELATED APPRAISAL: From the "Peanuts" Gallery

    If you were drawn to the Charles Schulz "Li'l Folks" cartoon from Minneapolis, check out the amazing collection of Schulz "Peanuts" originals appraised in Los Angeles for $450,000!

    FIELD SEGMENT: Antique Flashlights

    The Wabasha Street Caves provide the perfect noir background for host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Simeon Lipman to discuss the history and collecting of flashlights.

    BONUS FOOTAGE: Eveready Daylo Pistol Flashlight

    Deep in the Wabasha Street Caves, ROADSHOW discovers a decadent room once used as a gangster hideaway and nightclub — the perfect setting to discuss the Eveready Pistol Flashlight!

    BONUS FOOTAGE: What Do You Love About ROADSHOW?

    Mark Walberg turns the camera on ROADSHOW guests from Minneapolis to find out!


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    SLIDESHOW: Behind the Scenes in Minneapolis

    Behind the scenes photos from ROADSHOW's July 9 visit to Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    VIDEO: Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) Bandolier Bags

    Tribal arts expert Douglas Deihl appraises a pair of Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) bandolier bags.

    VIDEO: FDR Lap Robe

    Kathleen Guzman appraises a lap robe, ca. 1930, that may have belonged to former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

    VIDEO: 1970s Jewelry Suite

    Victoria Bratberg appraises a suite of fun any funky vintage jewelry from the 1970s.

    VIDEO: Mother-of-Pearl Satin Glass Rose Bowl

    Glass expert Kathleen M. Bailey finds gold when she looks at a guest's rainbow-colored glass bowl.

    VIDEO: Elizabeth Taylor Oscar Gown

    Collectibles expert Leila Dunbar appraises a satin gown that actress Elizabeth Taylor wore to the 1953 Academy Awards.

    VIDEO: Collection of Items Signed by Jack Kennedy

    Books and Manuscripts expert Christopher Coover appraises a book and collection of letters all inscribed by JFK to the owner's father, who was the governor of Minnesota in the early 1960s.

    Grueby Jar & Rhead Butterfly Vase
    David Rago

    $13,000-$19,000
    HR 1


    Royal Vienna-Style Porcelain Plaque, ca. 1895
    David Lackey

    $6,000-$8,000
    HR 1


    1976 Fancy Intense Yellow Diamond Ring
    Lila Bankston

    $140,000-$160,000
    HR 1


    Sonja Henie Ice Show Costume, ca. 1941
    Leila Dunbar

    $3,000-$5,000
    HR 1


    1900 McKinley-Roosevelt Jugate Campaign Poster
    Nicholas Lowry

    $3,000-$4,000
    HR 1


    Alexander Tillander Parasol Handle, ca. 1914
    Kevin Zavian

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 1


    Fish Trade Sign, ca. 1855
    Stephen Fletcher

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 1


    Käthe Kruse Doll One, ca. 1915
    Marshall Martin

    $4,500-$5,000
    HR 1


    1959 Gibson ES-355 Stereo Electric Guitar
    Jim Baggett

    $20,000-$24,000
    HR 1


    Tiffany Studios Chainmail Fixture, ca. 1905
    Arlie Sulka

    $20,000-$25,000
    HR 1


    Fake George Elmslie Chair
    J. Michael Flanigan

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    HR 1


    1963 Fred Machetanz Oil Painting
    Nan Chisholm

    $25,000
    HR 1


    Lionel Girls Train Set, ca. 1957
    Noel Barrett

    $7,000-$9,000
    HR 1


    Sèguy Butterfly Prints, ca. 1928
    Donald Cresswell

    $4,000
    HR 1


    1863 Savage Rifle & Catalogue
    Rafael Eledge

    $2,500
    HR 1


    Etruscan Revival Gold Necklace, ca. 1880
    Virginia Salem

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 1


    Franz Roubaud Oil Painting, ca. 1885
    Betty Krulik

    $100,000
    HR 2


    1956 Elvis "Love Me Tender" Standee
    Laura Woolley

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 2


    1865 Abraham Lincoln Mourning Parade Banner
    C. Wesley Cowan

    $15,000-$25,000
    HR 2


    "Alice in Wonderland" Doorstops
    Noel Barrett

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 2


    American Ship Print, ca. 1850
    Donald Cresswell

    $1,800
    HR 2


    Belle Epoque Diamond Ring, ca. 1915
    Virginia Salem

    $30,000-$50,000
    HR 2


    Mount Washington Royal Flemish Ewer, ca. 1894
    Kathleen Bailey

    $6,000-$8,000
    HR 2


    Vintage Tattoo Flash Art
    Simeon Lipman

    $15,000-$20,000
    HR 2


    Black Forest Carved Wood Clock, ca. 1890
    Meredith Meuwly

    $3,000-$6,000
    HR 2


    Carved Soldier Whirligig, ca. 1860
    Stephen Fletcher

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 2


    Grueby Pottery Vase, ca. 1905
    Riley Humler

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 2


    George Gershwin Portrait & Letters, ca. 1935
    Christopher Coover

    $7,000-$7,200
    HR 2


    American Musket, ca. 1795
    Christopher Mitchell

    $1,000
    HR 2


    Ersari Rug, ca. 1900
    Peter Pap

    $5,000
    HR 2


    American Powder Horn, ca. 1800
    Marybeth Keene

    $5,000-$6,000
    HR 2


    Signed Betty Crocker Cookbook
    Ken Sanders

    $300-$500
    HR 2


    Eugen Marcus Silver Centerpiece, ca. 1900
    Ronald Bourgeault

    $5,000-$7,000
    HR 2


    Higgins & Spencer Paintings
    Debra Force

    $75,100-$75,200
    HR 3


    1949 Charles Schulz "Li'l Folks" Original Cartoon
    Philip Weiss

    $18,000-$24,000
    HR 3


    1916 Rookwood Scenic Vellum Plaque
    Suzanne Perrault

    $3,000-$4,000
    HR 3


    French Palissy Ware Mantel Clock, ca. 1880
    Jody Wilkie

    $4,000-$10,000
    HR 3


    Continental Intarsia Pictorial Panels, ca. 1885
    Nicholas Dawes

    $3,000-$5,000
    HR 3


    1863 Ulysses S. Grant Letter
    Rafael Eledge

    $10,000
    HR 3


    Thomas Hill Oil Painting, ca. 1890
    Alasdair Nichol

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 3


    Yomut Asmalyk Rug, ca. 1870
    Peter Pap

    $5,000
    HR 3


    1903-1905 The Doves Press Bible
    Ken Gloss

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 3


    Patek Philippe Lady's Watch Set, ca. 1900
    Paul Winicki

    $15,000-$20,000
    HR 3


    Chinese Imperial Proclamation, ca. 1795
    Lark Mason

    $6,000-$8,000
    HR 3


    German Father Christmas Figure, ca. 1910
    Scott Tagliapietra

    $2,000-$2,500
    HR 3


    World War II American "A2" Bomber Jacket
    Gary Piattoni

    $3,000-$4,000
    HR 3


    Joseph Fleck Taos Landscape, ca. 1927
    Aaron Bastian

    $15,000-$25,000
    HR 3






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