Junk in the Trunk

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Charleston | Hour 3 Clip

Charleston | Hour 3 Clip

Antiques Roadshow

The final hour in Charleston, West Virginia, features an appraisal of a 1915 Diamond Horseshoe Pin. Then, host Mark L. Walberg heads to the Rosanna A. Blake Library of Confederate History. 

Appraisal: 1932 Alcatraz Jail Cell Salesman Sample

Appraisal: 1932 Alcatraz Jail Cell Salesman Sample

Antiques Roadshow

Check out Noel Barrett's appraisal of a 1932 Alcatraz Jail Cell Salesman Sample, in Charleston, Hour 2.

Charleston | Hour 2

Charleston | Hour 2

Antiques Roadshow

Hour two in Charleston features highlights such as a collection of Marilyn Monroe stills, a British rainbow spatterware pot, and a Folk Art Inlaid Banjo.

Appraisal: Reproduction Mme Pompadour Highboy

Appraisal: Reproduction Mme Pompadour Highboy

Antiques Roadshow

In Charleston, Hour 1, John Nye appraises a Reproduction Mme Pompadour Highboy.

Appraisal: Ruth & Wagner Signed Ball, ca. 1933

Appraisal: Ruth & Wagner Signed Ball, ca. 1933

Antiques Roadshow

In Charleston, Hour 1, Leila Dunbar appraises a 1933 Ruth & Wagner Signed Ball.

Charleston | Hour 1

Charleston | Hour 1

Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow rolls into Charleston host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Kevin Zavian visit the Beckley Exhibition Mine to bust some popular diamond myths.

Schedule

Monday
5/25/15 5:00 PM
WGBH 2
Monday
5/25/15 7:30 PM
WGBX 44
Monday
5/25/15 8:00 PM
WGBH 2
Tuesday
5/26/15 8:30 AM
WGBX 44
Hampton Court Castle 1 Chatham Historic Dockyard Charleston Chatham Historic Dockyard 2

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Just when you thought Antiques Roadshow couldn’t possibly have more great discoveries to share, comes this special edition. Junk in the Trunk is a new episode of never-before-seen appraisals from Roadshow’s 2011 season. Highlights include one of a set of six inherited chairs, made 50 years ago by a furniture designer who also did commissions for Aristotle Onassis; a rare and extensive collection of WWII prison camp materials that posthumously established a glider pilot’s eligibility for a medal from the U.S. Department of Defense; and a drawing and lithograph by iconic American artist Grant Wood, as well as a trunk containing some of his possessions, acquired by the owner from Wood’s aunt and valued at $14,000 to $22,000.

» Antiques Roadshow is coming to Boston
Get more details about Roadshow’s visit to Boston and to enter a random drawing for a pair of tickets to the event on June 9.

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