When ROADSHOW made a stop in Toronto in 1999, it came across stand-out objects. Do these items still hold their own in today's market?
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.
This cast iron bird gate weight has a foggy ownership background. Does the age-old idiom hold up for it?
Arts & Crafts Sideboard
1920 Belleek China Painted Vase
British Naval Chair, ca. 1810
Massachusetts Acts Sammelband
Lucy Peck Poured Wax Doll, ca. 1875
Ming Dynasty Roof Tile
Brooch, Pendant, & Grape Shears
John McGhie Oil Painting, ca. 1915
KPM Porcelain Plaque, ca. 1900
Reproduction Green Glass Roemers
1879 English Needlework Sampler
George Baxter Prints, ca. 1840
Cast Iron Bird Gate Weight, ca, 1900
Victorian Carved Oak Bed
Charles Hunter Brassie, ca. 1880
Demetre Chiparus Bronze Figure, "Starfish"
Indian Colonial Silver Tea Service
World War II German POW Ship in a Bottle made in Canada
Daniel Buck Soules
Rolex "Prince" Wristwatch, ca. 1930
Children's Books & C.R. Milne Letter
Mohawk Child's Moccasins, ca. 1860
Goanese Serving Shelf, ca. 1860
Tall-Back Arts & Crafts Chair
C. Wesley Cowan
Marquetry Coat Rack, ca. 1940