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    What is the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW Archive?
    Are all of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's past seasons available in the Archive?
    When will I be able to view all appraisals from earlier seasons?
    Why can't I find the appraisal or segment I'm interested in?
    During the show, I saw that I could visit the Web site for more information on an appraisal. Where can I find that information?



    Web Site & Archive

    What is the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW Archive?

    The ROADSHOW Archive is a searchable online database containing hundreds of streaming video and still images of the individual appraisals that have been featured on ANTIQUES ROADSHOW. Information is also available about each object's value, genre, age, historical context, appraiser, and other related details.

    Are all of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's past seasons available in the Archive?

    Currently, the ROADSHOW Archive contains appraisals from Season 7 through Season 17 (2003-2013) and select Vintage appraisals from Season 2 and 3.

    When will I be able to view all appraisals from earlier seasons?

    Currently, you can view appraisals from Seasons 7 through 17 (2003-2013) and select Vintage appraisals from Season 2 and 3 in the ROADSHOW Archive.

    If you would like to receive a regular e-mail newsletter containing updates about our Archive and other ROADSHOW news, subscribe to our free e-newsletter FANFARE.

    Why can't I find the appraisal or segment I'm interested in?

    There are a few reasons you might not be able to find a certain appraisal in the ROADSHOW Archive:

    1. The appraisal might be from Season 6 (2002) or earlier. Currently, only Seasons 7 through 17 (2003-2013) and select appraisals from Season 2 and 3 are available to search.

    2. The video segment you are looking for may be either a "field segment" or a "single-camera" appraisal. Field segments are the portions of the show featuring our host, Mark L. Walberg, visiting local sites in each city. Single-camera segments are brief, informal appraisals sometimes included in an episode. Currently, only Season 16 and 17 of these segments are available in our Archive.

    3. Occasionally we're unable to include an appraisal for technical reasons.

    4. Your search may be too specific. Try again using broader keywords or selecting fewer criteria from the pull-down menus in your search.

    During the show, I saw that I could visit the Web site for more information on an appraisal. Where can I find that information?

    You can read follow-up articles on objects featured on the show in our "Follow the Stories" section.







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