A set of rare photographic baseball cards are featured this week.
A Tiffany inkwell, A show run from the Beatles' first Sullivan Show appearance and a Joseph Kleitsch painting are featured this week.
A Tiffany presentation watch, a Irving Berlin manuscript and some American Beauty-backed tobacco baseball cards are featured this week.
A spinning wheel given by Mahatma Gandhi, a Roy Lichtenstein pin and a diamond and platinum necklace are featured this week.
A 1607 Galileo letter; a Chinese cloisonné panel said to be gifted by the Emperor of China.
A WWII scrapbook; an 1875 "Pictorial St. Louis" atlas; a circa 1930 jade ring and case.
An 1821 citizenship certificate for a free man of color; African-American beauty book by Madam C.J. Walker.
A 1939 collection from the rescue operation of a sunken submarine; Torino lamp; two Tlingit Shamanic masks.
Miniature Japanese china set; ca. 1935 ranchwear outfit; ca. 1900 Chinese Imperial ceremonial outfit.
Conclusion. In Bismarck, N.D., items include a Santa Claus oil and advertisement by Hadden Sundblom, who painted Coca-Cola's Santa paintings from about 1931 to '65; a 1778 letter from George Washington; and two Irish dragoon swallowtail guidon flags.
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Part 1 of 3 in Birmingham. Items include hand-colored Andy Warhol lithographs; Southern dolls; and a Frederic Remington portrait with a letter from the artist to the owner's great-grandmother. Also: a visit to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.
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Part 2 of 3. In Birmingham, items include letters from a young Bill Clinton in 1968 that feature his opinions on politics and war; a Lalique hood ornament in an uncommon amethyst color; and a 1952 John Falter illustration. Also: iron antiques.
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More members of the public bring their antiques to be valued in Birmingham.
The team are in Santa Clara where members of the public bring along their antiques to be valued.
More members of the public have their antiques valued in Santa Clara.
The third hour in Santa Clara, California, features great finds that include a Booker T. Washington archive collected by Washington's former teacher; a 17th-century Chinese transitional wine pot that was mistaken for a teapot; and an Eanger Irving Couse painting featuring an iconic subject for the artist. Watch to discover which item is valued at $75,000! Also: Host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Brian Witherell at the Computer History Museum to look at the first Apple computer.
In Charleston, West Virginia, new appraisals include an archive of the Oak Ridge Journal, the newspaper for a town created for the Manhattan Project; a Pete Seeger autographed sign relating to the Peekskill riots of 1949; and an 1854 Edward Beyer panoramic oil painting that features Charleston before West Virginia separated from Virginia. Tune in to find out which appraisal is valued at $250,000! Also: Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Kevin Zavian visit the Beckley Exhibition Mine to bust some popular diamond myths.
Hour two in Charleston, West Virginia, features highlights such as a collection of Marilyn Monroe stills from some of her greatest cinematic hits; a British rainbow spatterware pot, ca. 1860, purchased for $10; and an 1849 ship's log and register chronicling the journey from Boston to San Francisco during the Gold Rush. Can you guess which is valued at $40,000 to $50,000? Also: Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Kathleen Bailey travel to The Huntington Museum of Art to discuss antique Ohio Valley glass.
The final hour in Charleston, West Virginia, features standout appraisals that include a Newcomb College vase, ca. 1905, in need of a good cleaning; an 1875 W.S. Young landscape oil of the Greenbrier River in West Virginia; and a collection of Noel Coward "Sail Away" memorabilia gifted by Coward himself. Watch to find out which item is valued at $35,000 to $37,000! Also: Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Rafael Eledge head to the Rosanna A. Blake Library of Confederate History at Marshall University to look at Civil War cigarette booklets.