Every antique is a survivor, but considering some have made it through exceptionally dangerous circumstances, it is amazing they survived at all.
Check out how the values of the resilient treasures featured in the special, "Survivors," have increased or decreased over the years!
Pottery expert David Rago divulges his true feelings about master potter George Ohr in this personal essay.
David Rago and ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg inspect the iconic artistry of George Ohr's teapots at the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art in 2010.
1802 Meriwether Lewis Officer Commission
Slave Quilt, ca. 1830
Normandie Documents, ca. 1940
Rudolph & Santa Characters, ca. 1964
Italian Micromosaic Picture, ca. 1865
Lambert Musical Automaton, ca. 1895
French Blue John Urn, ca. 1800
Early 20th-Century Duffner & Kimberly Table Lamp
Cherokee Bandolier Bag with Document
Bullet-Struck Civil War Sword and Letter
1811 American Silk-on-Silk Embroidery
C. P. Polk Verre ?glomis? Portraits, ca. 1810
New Orleans Chess Table, ca. 1870
Louis Aston Knight Oil Painting, ca. 1910
1963 Gibson SG Special Electric Guitar
Korean Koryo Period Celadon Glazed Vase
Katharine Wireman Illustration, ca. 1925
World War II B17 Nose Art
1906 Emil Nolde Etching
Belle Epoque Diamond Ring, ca. 1915
1963 Beatles Autographs