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    Tulsa, Oklahoma: 2012

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    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, with host Mark L. Walberg, turned Sweet Sixteen this year with a jaw-dropping season premiere from Tulsa, Oklahoma.

    Hour 1 | Original Air Date: January 2, 2012 (#1601)

    ARTICLE: Owning Animal-Derived Objects

    Learn more about the regulations governing the owning and trading of antique objects that come from animals.

    VIDEO: Interview with the Rhino Horn Cups Owner

    Find out what Douglas, the owner of ROADSHOW's most valuable discovery to date, had to say after his appraisal in Tulsa.


    Hour 2 | Original Air Date: January 2, 2012 (#1602)

    VIDEO: Interview with the Gibson F-5 Mandolin Owner

    Hear Erin's plans for the $175,000 mandolin she had appraised in Tulsa!

    VIDEO: Greetings from the Tulsa Feedback Booth!

    Guests from Tulsa share stories and send shout-outs to friends and family at home in the ROADSHOW feedback booth.


    Hour 3 | Original Air Date: January 16, 2012 (#1603)

    ARTICLE: The Not-So-Little Brown Jug

    The not-so-little brown jug that appeared at the Tulsa, Oklahoma ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, contains some of the history of Alabama stoneware.

    VIDEO: Interview with the Chinese Bronze Figure Owner

    Hear more from Max, the owner of the Ming Dynasty cast bronze figure appraised in Tulsa for $70,000-$100,000!

    ARTICLE: Spoils of War?

    One man's family heirloom, a 400-year-old Chinese bronze his father brought home from service overseas, and how values about wartime souvenirs have changed over time.

    ARTICLE: Wreck Survivors Saved from Sea — Read all About It!

    Read the incredible 1917 NY Times article about the tragic fate of the schooner depicted in this Solon Badger painting.


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    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Asian Art expert Lark E. Mason's appraises a watercolor screen by Chen Chi, ca. 1950.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    In this web exclusive from Tulsa, Laura Woolley appraises a collection of rare 1916 early "Cub Comedies" silent 35mm films.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    In this web exclusive from Tulsa, Jasmani Francis examines a collection of drawings depicting NFL Hall-of-Famers that are signed by the players themselves.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    In this web exclusive from Tulsa, Catherine Williamson appraises a collection of signed photos of the Younger brothers, ca. 1876.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Robert Cheney appraises a Birge and Fuller 8-day wagon spring shelf clock, ca. 1840, from Tulsa Hour 2.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Laura Woolley appraises two original drawings by Will Sampson, the actor who played Chief Bromden in the 1975 film "One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest."

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Christopher W. Lane appraises 19th-century McKenney and Hall Indian portraits in Tulsa Hour 2.

    SLIDESHOW: Behind the Scenes in Tulsa

    Photos from ROADSHOW's July 23 visit to Tulsa!

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    In Tulsa Hour 2, Sarah Churgin examines a Victorian turquoise and split pearl gold bracelet.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Alasdair Nichol appraises an oil painting by Joseph Fleck ― an artist known for his depictions of the American West but who was originally from Austria-Hungary.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Decorative arts expert John Sollo appraises an enamel screen by Edith Meyer that depicts the 12 signs of the zodiac.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Folk art expert Allan Katz admires the fine craftsmanship of a marquetry tool chest from 1894 that was made by the owner’s great-great-grandfather ― a cabinetmaker by trade.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    Wesley Cowan gets an up-close look at a folk art watercolor of a New York brother and sister, ca. 1855.

    VIDEO: Web-Exclusive Appraisal

    David Lackey appraises a Villeroy & Boch patter and plate that were specifically designed for an American market — they depict turkeys.

    Connecticut William & Mary Armchair, ca. 1720
    J. Michael Flanigan

    $2,000-$2,500
    HR 1


    Tiffany Studios Desk Lamp, ca. 1906
    Arlie Sulka

    $15,000-$20,000
    HR 1


    Custom Model 1894 Winchester Rifle
    Paul Carella

    $2,000-$3,000
    HR 1


    1901 Gustav Stickley Plate Rack Model 903
    Brent Lewis

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 1


    1943 Black Dial Rolex Bubbleback
    Craig Evan Small

    $5,000
    HR 1


    Royal Doulton Vases, ca. 1920
    Nicholas Dawes

    $11,000-$17,000
    HR 1


    Chinese Rhinoceros Horn Cups, ca. 1700
    Lark Mason

    $1,000,000-$1,500,000
    HR 1


    1997 Mother Teresa Signed Note
    Francis Wahlgren

    $1,000
    HR 1


    1938 Granat Brothers Jade & Diamond Ring
    Kate Waterhouse

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 1


    Salesman's Sample Rolltop Desk, ca. 1890
    Noel Barrett

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 1


    Marcus Mote Folk Portrait, ca. 1849
    Allan Katz

    $6,000-$8,000
    HR 1


    Robert Wood Bluebonnets Oil, ca. 1930
    Nan Chisholm

    $50,000
    HR 1


    Egyptian Revival Jewelry Set
    Kevin Zavian

    $3,100-$3,800
    HR 1


    14K Gold Mesh Purse, ca. 1905
    Virginia Salem

    $3,000-$5,000
    HR 1


    Fred Kabotie Painting, ca. 1940
    Bruce Shackelford

    $2,500
    HR 1


    1961 Yankees Team Signed Baseball
    Jasmani Francis

    $5,000
    HR 1


    American Walnut Settee, ca. 1870
    Brian Witherell

    $600-$800
    HR 2


    18th-Century Chinese Famille Noire Vase
    Robert Waterhouse

    $30,000-$50,000
    HR 2


    Webb Burmese Lamp, ca. 1890
    Kathleen Bailey

    $4,000-$5,000
    HR 2


    Chinese Carved Ivory Wrist Rests, ca. 1920
    Dessa Goddard

    $5,000-$7,000
    HR 2


    1915 Ivan Olinsky Oil Painting
    Colleene Fesko

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 2


    1975 Roy Lichtenstein Bicentennial Print
    Todd Weyman

    $15,000-$20,000
    HR 2


    Indian Rock Crystal Sculpture, ca. 1850
    Anthony Slayter-Ralph

    $8,000-$10,000
    HR 2


    Fake Remington & Russell Bronzes
    Sebastian Clarke

    $1,000-$1,600
    HR 2


    1924 Gibson F-5 "Lloyd Loar" Mandolin
    Frederick Oster

    $175,000
    HR 2


    United States of Colombia Sword, ca. 1865
    Rafael Eledge

    $5,000-$6,000
    HR 2


    American Stoneware Crock, ca. 1880
    Ken Farmer

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 2


    Teplitz Amphora Vase, ca. 1900
    David Rago

    $3,000-$4,000
    HR 2


    Forrest Bess Oil Painting, ca. 1950
    Debra Force

    $75,000
    HR 2


    Beaded Pictorial Gauntlets, ca. 1890
    Douglas Deihl

    $2,500-$3,500
    HR 2


    Timby Solar Clock, ca. 1865
    Robert Cheney

    $4,500
    HR 2


    1937 Art Deco Ocean Liner Posters
    Nicholas Lowry

    $2,000-$3,000
    HR 2


    Beatles Record Player, ca. 1965
    Brian Cummings

    $2,800
    HR 2


    Enamel Book Form Watch, ca. 1860
    Donald Levison

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 2


    Plains Indian Pipe Tomahawk, ca. 1875
    Bruce Shackelford

    $8,000-$12,000
    HR 3


    1975 Buck McCain Oil Painting
    David Weiss

    $2,500-$4,000
    HR 3


    Joe Tinker Photo Collection, ca. 1900
    Mike Gutierrez

    $6,000
    HR 3


    1927 René Lalique "Espalion" Vase
    David McCarron

    $2,500-$5,000
    HR 3


    Signed Alabama Stoneware, ca. 1880
    C. Wesley Cowan

    $2,500-$3,500
    HR 3


    1931 Oscar Mayer In-Store Display
    Nicholas Lowry

    $2,000-$3,000
    HR 3


    1904 Solon Badger Oil Painting
    Betty Krulik

    $35,000
    HR 3


    1936 Olympic Torch
    Simeon Lipman

    $3,000-$5,000
    HR 3


    1775 English Map of Florida
    Christopher Lane

    $2,200-$2,300
    HR 3


    Chinese Cast Bronze Guardian Figure, ca. 1600
    Dessa Goddard

    $70,000-$100,000
    HR 3


    1993 J.D. Salinger Initialed Letter
    Catherine Williamson

    $1,500-$2,000
    HR 3


    Silk Persian Tabriz Rug, ca. 1890
    Mark Topalian

    $10,000-$15,000
    HR 3


    Fake English Bureau Bookcase, ca. 1900
    John Nye

    $4,000-$6,000
    HR 3


    1826 English Gadget Cane
    Gary Piattoni

    $3,000-$5,000
    HR 3


    Sequoyah School Pottery, ca. 1940
    Matthew Quinn

    $1,200-$1,800
    HR 3


    Tiffany Studios Table Lamp, ca. 1910
    Arlie Sulka

    $25,000-$35,000
    HR 3


    Rookwood Silver Overlay Ewer, ca. 1905
    David Rago

    $4,000-$5,000
    HR 3


    1960 Gibson Les Paul Guitar
    Jim Baggett

    $5,500-$6,000
    HR 3