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  • 2006-01-10T02:00:00+01:00 on PBS
  • 60 mins
  • 15 hours, 0 mins
  • United States
  • English
  • Documentary, Reality

Based on the popular BBC series running since 1979, the PBS Antiques Roadshow combines history with discovery. Each year, the show visits a handful of cities to appraise items brought in by viewers. Are these items worth a lot of money, more than the visitors expect? To be fair, this concept has been copied again since, with East Tennessee Public Television's Treasures In Your Attic, but WGBH/Boston, always the pioneer PBS station, will say their derivative came first.

15 episodes

10x01 Tampa (2006) - Hour 1

  • Season Premiere

    2006-01-10T02:00:00+01:00 — 60 mins

In Tampa, host Mark Walberg checks out a scrapbook focusing on Joe DiMaggio's 1941 56-game hitting streak; a marriage license issued to Davy Crockett; and a painting by artist James E. Buttersworth (1817-94). Appraiser David Rago is the guest.

10x02 Tampa (2006) - Hour 2

  • 2006-01-17T02:00:00+01:00 — 60 mins

Items appraised in the second of three episodes in Tampa include Sioux artifacts, golf collectibles, marble-head-art pottery, and a copy of the first book printed in Wyoming. Appraiser Leila Dunbar is the guest.

10x03 Tampa (2006) - Hour 3

  • 2006-01-24T02:00:00+01:00 — 60 mins

Items appraised in the last of three episodes in Tampa include circus toys and posters, an 18th-century dressing table and a Tabriz carpet. Appraisers Noel Barrett and Nicholas Lowry are the guests.

10x04 Houston - Hour 1

  • 2006-01-31T02:00:00+01:00 — 60 mins

The first of three episodes in Houston includes a look at a whaling ship, walrus-tusk scrimshaw, a book of Mexican War battlefield illustrations and a collection of unopened football cards from 1958. Also: a visit to a home decorated with items made from beer cans.

10x05 Houston - Hour 2

  • 2006-02-07T02:00:00+01:00 — 60 mins

The second of three episodes in Houston includes a 19th-century box desk, a set of lithographed orange-crate labels and a bronze sculpture that's a replica of an original by scuptress Edith Parson. Appraiser Beth Szescila is the guest.

10x06 Houston - Hour 3

  • 2006-02-14T02:00:00+01:00 — 60 mins

Conclusion in Houston. Included: NASA collectibles; a set of Wedgewood Fairyland lusterware; an English Regency rosewood settee; a watch that once belonged to Mickey Mantle.

10x07 Los Angeles (2006) - Hour 1

  • 2006-02-21T02:00:00+01:00 — 60 mins

Part 1 of 3. In Los Angeles: an 18th-century Goan ivory doll, a Massachusetts shelf clock and a Russian porcelain charger. Appraiser Gary Sohmers is the guest.

10x08 Los Angeles (2006) - Hour 2

  • 2006-02-28T02:00:00+01:00 — 60 mins

Items appraised in the second of three episodes in Los Angeles include a painting of the French Riviera by Louis Aston Knight, and a deco poster collection of Monte Carlo coquettes. Also: Academy Award memorabilia, including a 1961 ballot, a 1972 program and an Oscar statue

10x09 Los Angeles (2006) - Hour 3

  • 2006-03-28T03:00:00+02:00 — 60 mins

Items appraised in the last of three episodes in Los Angeles include rhinestone-studded, western-style clothes created by Nudie Cohn; and a collection of barbershop shaving mugs from the 1930s. Also: an assortment of Anna Richards Brewster paintings; and a collection of original Charles Schulz "Peanuts" comic strips. Appraiser Caroline Ashleigh is the guest.

10x10 Bismarck - Hour 1

  • 2006-04-11T02:00:00+02:00 — 60 mins

Part 1 (of three) in Bismarck, N.D., includes a set of samurai swords, a Bennington pottery lion, and 19th-century journals from a country store near Grand Forks. Appraiser Suzanne Perrault is the guest.

10x11 Bismarck - Hour 2

  • 2006-04-18T02:00:00+02:00 — 60 mins

Items appraised in the second of three episodes in Bismarck, N.D., include a painting of a Northern Pacific Railroad train and Civil War-era photos of John Hunt Morgan cavalry members. Also: a collection of pottery from the University of North Dakota. Appraiser Karen Keane is the guest.

10x12 Bismarck - Hour 3

  • 2006-04-25T02:00:00+02:00 — 60 mins

Conclusion. Bismarck, N.D.: a Victorian convertible bathtub, a Bible in the Dakota language and a script for the 1935 film "The Informer", signed by director John Ford and some of the cast members. Appraiser Ken Farmer is the guest.

10x13 Providence - Hour 1

  • 2006-05-09T02:00:00+02:00 — 60 mins

The first of three episodes in Providence, R.I., includes a folk-art weather vane; a 1786 diary; and a gunsmith's rifle, powder horn and log book. Appraiser Chris Mitchell is the guest.

10x14 Providence - Hour 2

  • 2006-05-16T02:00:00+02:00 — 60 mins

Items appraised in the second episode in Providence, R.I., include dollhouse furniture made in the 1920s and a first edition of "Anne of Green Gables." Also: production puppets from the 1964 film "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." Appraiser J. Michael Flanigan is the guest.

10x15 Providence - Hour 3

  • 2006-05-23T02:00:00+02:00 — 60 mins

Conclusion, from Providence, R.I., includes costume jewelry, prints by Rembrandt and Albrecht Durer, and a 1923 bronze car hood ornament. Appraiser Joyce Jonas is the guest.

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