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    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: 2007

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    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has the distinction of being one of the stops in ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's first season, taped in 1996. Flash forward a decade, and ROADSHOW was back with host Mark L. Walberg "where it all began."

    Hour 1 | Original Air Date: January 22, 2007 (#1104)

    ARTICLE: A Cabinet Full of Eggs?

    How does a 19th-century egg collection affect the value of an 18th-century spice cabinet?

    ARTICLE: A Lost Little Picasso

    Did the owner of a very special misplaced envelope ever find it?

    Hour 2 | Original Air Date: January 29, 2007 (#1105)

    HIGHLIGHT: 1958 Alexander Calder Maquette

    Eric Silver appraises a very valuable Alexander Calder maquette (scale model) for a large sculpture commissioned for the 1958 Brussels Worlds Fair.

    Hour 3 | Original Air Date: February 5, 2007 (#1106)

    INTERACTIVE: Eleanor Roosevelt Archive

    An up-close look at mementos collected by Mrs. Mabel W. Webster, Eleanor Roosevelt's personal maid during her time as First Lady.
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    SLIDESHOW: Behind the Scenes in Philadelphia

    Photos from ROADSHOW's visit to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 5, 2006.

    Pennsylvania Spice Cupboard, ca. 1760
    Leslie Keno

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    Loetz Glass Bowl
    Arlie Sulka

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    Tea Table
    J. Michael Flanigan

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    Milton Caniff Drawing
    Simeon Lipman

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    Italian Majolica Parrot Sculpture
    Nicholas Dawes

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    American Silver Collection
    Sarah Shinn Pratt

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    Jewelry Box
    Stuart Whitehurst

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    James Ffrench

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    Meiji Metalwork
    Frank Castle

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    Picasso Drawings
    Todd Weyman

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    1930 John Wells James Painting
    Alasdair Nichol

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    Fake Weller Pot
    Suzanne Perrault

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    Sotter Painting
    Nan Chisholm

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    18th C. English Musical Bracket Clock
    Sean Delaney

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    Elizabeth Shippen Green Illustration
    Kathleen Harwood

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    1958 Alexander Calder Maquette
    Eric Silver

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    French Renaissance Book of Hours
    Francis Wahlgren

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    Burl Walnut Tantalus, ca. 1860
    Lee Young

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    1794 John Seltzer Dowry Chest
    Wendell Garrett

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    Early 20th Century "Camera Work" Magazines
    Daile Kaplan

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    Charles Rohlfs Mahogany Chair, ca. 1910
    John Sollo

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    English Giardinetti Diamond Ring
    Barry Weber

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    Smoking Jacket
    Karen Augusta

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    Slant lid desk
    Leigh Keno

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    Hindenburg Ashtray
    Rudy Franchi

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    Kastane (Sword) from Sri Lanka
    James Callahan

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    Commemorative Revolutionary War Cup, ca. 1825
    Anne Igelbrink

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    Philadelphia Spice Box
    Leigh Keno

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    Russian Plates
    David Lackey

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    Chimpanzee Bank
    Noel Barrett

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    Navajo Germantown Weaving
    Linda Dyer

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    J. F. Kensett Paintings
    David McCarron

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    3 1940s signed baseballs
    Leila Dunbar

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    Yellin Floor Lamp, ca. 1925
    David Rago

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    Late 1850s Giant Antebellum Map
    Christopher Lane

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    Toy Truck
    Eric Alberta

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    William Robinson Leigh Painting
    Debra Force

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    Allen & Ginters Tobacco Cards
    Philip Weiss

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    Civil War Collection
    Rafael Eledge

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    Eleanor Roosevelt Archive, ca. 1941
    Ian Ehling

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    Diamond Ring
    Gloria Lieberman

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