Fifteen years have passed since ANTIQUES ROADSHOW first visited Baltimore, Maryland. In this show we uncover some dramatic changes in the value of key appraisals.
ROADSHOW has worked with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to create this summary of current law governing the import and sale of elephant ivory.
Normally, the only risk you run in buying a poorly attested antique is making a bad investment. In the case of animal-derived objects, the risks can be far greater.
In Cincinnati Hour 3, during a visit to the Cincinnati Zoo, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW discusses with a representative of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service how today’s endangered rhinos are affected by the antiques trade.
Barrel Piano, ca. 1900
Raymond Loewy Railroad Renderings
Portland Vase Plaster Cast
1813 Roger B. Taney & Francis Scott Key Signed Slave Document
Eliphalet Chapin Tea Table, ca. 1770
Clipper Ship Diorama, ca. 1890
Edgar Allan Poe Inscribed Book
Civil War Veteran's Cane
Victor Gilbert Painting, ca. 1890
Doll & Co. Ferris Wheel, ca. 1904
1877 Charles Francis Albert Violin
Pennsylvania Chest, ca. 1850
Frederick De Wit Atlas, ca. 1680
Autograph Album, ca. 1850
19th Century Joseph Bernard Painting
1886 C.S. Fly Photo Cards
Carrier-Belleuse Sculpture, ca. 1860
Tapestry & Belouch Rug
1934 Art Deco Travel Posters
Tiffany-Style Fan Vase
French Pendulum Clock, ca. 1865
Paolo Venini Art Glass Vase, ca. 1955
Cherrywood Child's Chest, ca. 1825
17th Century Rhinoceros Horn Cup
Doll House, ca. 1930
Titanic Collection, ca. 1912
C. Wesley Cowan
Arts & Crafts Art Pottery