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    Seattle, Washington: 2013

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    From the view in the Space Needle, ROADSHOW can see that Seattle is a sparkling city of antiques, from indigenous artifacts to fashionable finds.

    Hour 1 | Original Air Date: May 13, 2013 (#1716)

    VIDEO: Field Trip: Jimi Hendrix Fashion

    Join host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Laura Woolley at the EMP Museum in Seattle as they look at some of Jimi Hendrix's clothing.


    Hour 2 | Original Air Date: Mau 20, 2013 (#1717)

    VIDEO: Field Trip: Space Needle World's Fair Posters

    It wouldn't be a visit to Seattle without a trip up the Space Needle! Join Mark Walberg and posters expert Nicholas Lowry as they take a look at World's Fair posters.

    ARTICLE: Star Trek Pitch & Script

    ROADSHOW gets in touch with the space age when a guest brings in a letter and 1964 original STAR TREK script. Learn behind-the-scenes facts and see the pilot script!

    SLIDESHOW: World's Fair Design and Architecture

    Learn more about the symbolic, unifying structures that have symbolized progress, development and technological achievement from past World's Fairs.

    SLIDESHOW: Right on the Money

    A closer look at John Trumbull's "Declaration of Independence" as seen on our littlest-used piece of U.S. currency — the $2 bill.


    Hour 3 | Original Air Date: May 27, 2013 (#1718)

    ARTICLE: Art Inspiring Art: Murano Glass

    Expert Arlie Sulka confirms that not only is this piece Murano glass, but that its designer based the form on an Italian Renaissance painting, The Annunciation!

    FIELD TRIP: Masks at the Burke Museum

    Join host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Ted Trotta as they take a closer look at some of the masks housed at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle.

    ARTICLE: Ins & Outs of Owning Ivory

    Can you? Should you? ... A brief guide to the complicated subject of importing, owning, and selling elephant ivory


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    SLIDESHOW: Behind the Scenes in Seattle

    On Saturday, August 18, ROADSHOW's headed to Seattle, Washington — home of grunge rock, corner coffee shops, and the famous Pike Place Market — where we discovered an amazing assortment of fresh antiques and collectibles!

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    These unique pieces are made up of strips of cigar silk ribbon! Steven Porterfield shares more about these colorful pieces made in the early 1900s.

    VIDEO: Bonus Feature

    With Jimi Hendrix, it can be hard to tell the difference between street and stage clothes! Host Mark L. Walberg and collectibles expert Laura Woolley check out some loud ensembles in Seattle's EMP Museum.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    This watch looks like it belongs in the movies! Watch expert Craig Evan Small sheds some light on this classic, high-end Omega chronograph.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Ornate enamel and pearls make this set of Swiss coffee cups covetable. Peter Shemonsky tells us the truth in Seattle: which part is original to the set?

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Asian arts expert Lark Mason appraises an intricately designed Japanese ivory presentation sword from the 19th century.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Rosalie Sayyah appraises an opulent vintage Miriam Haskell necklace from the 1950s in Seattle, WA.

    VIDEO: The Seattle Feedback Booth

    Guests get down-to-earth with their out-of-this-world antiques in the Feedback Booth in Seattle, WA!

    1950 Vladimir Kagan's Partners Desk
    Peter Loughrey

    $8,000-$12,000
    Hour 1


    German Nodders, ca. 1910
    Noel Barrett

    $1,500
    Hour 1


    Senna Persian Rug, ca. 1880
    James Ffrench

    $6,000-$8,000
    Hour 1


    Dorothy Lamour Signed Sarong, ca. 1940
    Kathleen Guzman

    $2,500-$3,000
    Hour 1


    1874 Francis A. Silva Oil
    Debra Force

    $250,000
    Hour 1


    Safavid Ceramic Bowl, ca. 1700
    Anthony Slayter-Ralph

    $15,000-$17,000
    Hour 1


    Chinese Jadeite Maidens, ca. 1900
    Dessa Goddard

    $25,000-$40,000
    Hour 1


    Georgian Cannetille Jewelry Suite
    Kevin Zavian

    $8,000-$12,000
    Hour 1


    1955 Bernard Buffet Portrait
    Nan Chisholm

    $25,000
    Hour 1


    Polia Pillin Pottery Collection, ca. 1970
    David Lackey

    $4,200-$6,300
    Hour 1


    Sapphire & Diamond Brooch Pendant
    Adam Patrick

    $30,000
    Hour 1


    Sol LeWitt Woodcuts, ca. 1955
    Todd Weyman

    $21,000-$30,000
    Hour 1


    Acoma Olla, ca. 1927
    John Buxton

    $8,000-$12,000
    Hour 1


    Steuben Acid-Cut Vase, ca. 1927
    Arlie Sulka

    $3,000-$3,500
    Hour 1


    1950 Albert Einstein Letters
    Devon Gray

    $20,000-$40,000
    Hour 1


    Iroquois Tea Cozy, ca. 1900
    Bruce Shackelford

    $2,000
    Hour 1


    Renaissance Style Torchères & Watercolor
    Sebastian Clarke

    $4,000-$6,000
    Hour 2


    1946 World Series Cover Art & Program
    Leila Dunbar

    $4,700
    Hour 2


    Louis Comfort Tiffany Necklace, ca. 1900
    Jill Burgum

    $30,000-$40,000
    Hour 2


    1798 John Trumbull Print
    Christopher Lane

    $3,500
    Hour 2


    1883 Edward Emerson Simmons Oil Painting
    Alan Fausel

    $20,000-$30,000
    Hour 2


    Georg Jensen Silver Set, ca. 1920
    Michael Grogan

    $17,500
    Hour 2


    California Faience Vase, ca. 1925
    Suzanne Perrault

    $1,000-$1,500
    Hour 2


    Fern Isabel Coppedge Oil, ca. 1930
    Alasdair Nichol

    $12,000-$18,000
    Hour 2


    Star Trek Treatment & Script, ca. 1964
    Laura Woolley

    $4,000-$6,000
    Hour 2


    WWII FLoyd Nichols Fighting Knife with Sheath
    Gary Piattoni

    $2,000-$3,000
    Hour 2


    Early Ming Dynasty Ink on Silk
    Lark Mason

    $40,000-$60,000
    Hour 2


    1912 Harriet Frishmuth Bronze Bookends
    Eric Silver

    $10,000
    Hour 2


    Steuben Cluthra Vase, ca. 1920
    Kathleen Bailey

    $2,500
    Hour 2


    Southern Cheyenne Pipebag, ca. 1875
    Bruce Shackelford

    $8,000-$10,000
    Hour 2


    Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot Etching
    Todd Weyman

    $3,000-$8,000
    Hour 2


    Chanel Opera Cape, ca. 1920
    Steven Porterfield

    $25,000-$30,000
    Hour 2


    San Ildefonso Pottery Olla, ca. 1915
    Ted Trotta

    $4,500
    Hour 2


    Meissen Porcelain Figural Group, ca. 1878
    Nicholas Dawes

    $800-$1,200
    Hour 3


    18th-Century Japanese Netsuke
    Frank Castle

    $3,000-$3,500
    Hour 3


    Venini Vase, ca. 1930
    Arlie Sulka

    $3,000-$4,000
    Hour 3


    Georg Jensen-Style Candelabra, ca. 1950
    Sara Wishart

    $6,000-$8,000
    Hour 3


    Early 20th-Century Bradley & Hubbard Lamp
    David McCarron

    $4,000-$5,000
    Hour 3


    Late 16th-Century Diamond Marriage Jewel
    Peter Shemonsky

    $50,000-$60,000
    Hour 3


    Steiff White Clown Bear, ca. 1920
    Julie Scott

    $2,500-$3,200
    Hour 3


    Plains Ledger Drawings, ca. 1880
    Bruce Shackelford

    $30,800-$39,200
    Hour 3


    Pre-Contact Northwest Coast Pestle
    Anthony Slayter-Ralph

    $18,000-$22,000
    Hour 3


    1901 George Gemünder American Violin
    David Bonsey

    $10,000-$15,000
    Hour 3


    Fashion Study Posters, ca. 1960
    Nicholas Lowry

    $2,400-$3,200
    Hour 3


    1946 Leo Kenney Oil on Canvas
    Kathleen Harwood

    $5,000-$8,000
    Hour 3


    Arthur Wardle Oil & Decorative Painting
    David Weiss

    $15,500-$20,700
    Hour 3


    Crazy Quilt, ca. 1880
    Allan Katz

    $4,000-$5,000
    Hour 3


    Moose, Elk & Buffalo Hide Chair, ca. 1920
    Brian Witherell

    $6,000-$8,000
    Hour 3


    "Lysistrata" Book Signed by Pablo Picasso
    Ken Sanders

    $4,000-$5,000
    Hour 3


    Silver Mounted Gallé Vase, ca. 1900
    Kathleen Bailey

    $12,000
    Hour 3


    Tlingit Bottle & Hupa Basket, ca. 1900
    Natalie Linn

    $2,400-$2,850
    Hour 3






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