Seattle Hour Three
Conclusion. In Seattle, items include a Steiff clown bear.
Seattle Hour One
A Vladimir Kagan desk used by Kagan himself and an 1874 Francis A. Silva oil painting.
Grand Rapids, Hour 3
ROADSHOW wraps up its adventures in Grand Rapids with a look at antique Delft tiles.
Grand Rapids, SD Part II
Masterpieces of locally manufactured modernist furniture at the Grand Rapids Public Museum
Grand Rapids, Hour 1
Antiques Roadshow kicks off its visit to Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Cincinnati Hour 3
A trophy from the 1908 Belmont Stakes; an early 20th-century toy horse and buggy; and a bust of Abraham Lincoln.
6/19/13 7:00 PM
6/20/13 7:00 PM
6/21/13 7:00 PM
6/22/13 12:00 AM
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John commented on Antiques Roadshow on 10.26.11
The watch made by Bonham had an enameld insert with the hand painted image of a man in a cuirass who was not identified by the appraiser. The image is of Prince Eugene of Savoy 16631736, one of the Great Captains in military history. He came to the attention of the British public when he campaigned with the Duke of Marlborough during the War of the Spanish Succession, 170214. In particular the two combined to inflict a devastating defeat on the French at Blenheim, Germany in 1704. This information may help to more closely date the watch.
Caroline commented on Antiques Roadshow on 07.26.11
Hi I have left a message last week and I realize that your busy but it would be kinda nice if someone could just take a moment to respond back to my last reply. My friends have been watching your show more and they told me you just did an appraisal for antique long horn bowls they got so excited and said they thought about me and my statues. Please can someone contact me regarding the statues? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org thank you
caroline commented on Antiques Roadshow on 07.18.11
I would like to know when your show will be in Illinois? My husband told me about your show when I showed him a set of statues my mother gave me that are almost 100 years old they are called the 7 lucky gods of japan and are inlaid with gold plating and made of porcelain. I would love to have them appraised by your experts. Could you please email me with some info or maybe send me in the right direction to get these statues appraised? they were passed down to my mother from my grandfather and he recieved them as a gift from general kaiser for a job well done after world war 1.My email is email@example.com and thank you for your time.
Jackie commented on Antiques Roadshow on 02.03.11
I saw a segment from San Diego, there was a painting by Jessie Wilcox Smith I have one by the same artist I believe it is called we give thanks, how do I find someone to appraise it and also English prints one with the Royal Crest. My grandparents had an orginal antique market in London and I have quite a few paintings and plate, one is a Grandma Moses I need help to where I can take these. We live in Tampa Florida, and never seem to know where the Roadshow is going to be until its over. Please help I have sent pictures of front and back of very old pottery plate that seem to be self portraits of Rembrant I sent them to Riley a few years back and he could not Indentify them. I am hoping you can send me in the right direction of someone who could.
alyce commented on Antiques Roadshow on 01.23.11
I have an oil painting signed by Robert Irwin. 1965. Just want to find out if it has a value.
Jeri commented on Antiques Roadshow on 01.03.11
I need help trying to find information and value for a portrait that I found in a house that I lived in , in South Bend Indiana. It is called Knute Rockne / Four Horsemen. It is on thick canvas and looks to be an original print. Not a mass produced one. There are no markings on the protrait or date or anything to indicate a year, or who made it. It is very old, but has been kept rolled up and in the thick plastic wrap and is in excellent condition. Any help is greatly appreciated. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
maryalice commented on Antiques Roadshow on 10.05.10
i have two oil painting done by hb mcintire in 1950 for the psfs bank lobby the one painting is of 1212 market st in 1850 in phila.,pa this painting in a large version was in the lobby of psfs. the other painting i know is also the area but not sure of location.i can send a photo of them if interested.i would like to know what to insure them for. thank you maryalice collins firstname.lastname@example.org
Lari commented on Antiques Roadshow on 08.16.10
I have an old violin that has been passed down for generations in my family...My Grandfather several times removed carried it on the back of his horse during the civil war...Would like to know its value and origins...
jeanette commented on Antiques Roadshow on 08.10.10
I have a 100 year old violin bow, and would like to see if someone could apraise it for me....and how I would do that or if there is any one in my area that could, thank you jeanette holmes
Lorraine commented on Antiques Roadshow on 02.15.10
When will the antiques road show be in the new england area?