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Season 19

323 :19x01 - New York City (Hour One)

A set of rare photographic baseball cards are featured this week.

324 :19x02 - New York City (Hour Two)

A Tiffany inkwell, A show run from the Beatles' first Sullivan Show appearance and a Joseph Kleitsch painting are featured this week.

325 :19x03 - New York City (Hour Three)

A Tiffany presentation watch, a Irving Berlin manuscript and some American Beauty-backed tobacco baseball cards are featured this week.

326 :19x04 - Austin (Hour One)

A spinning wheel given by Mahatma Gandhi, a Roy Lichtenstein pin and a diamond and platinum necklace are featured this week.

327 :19x05 - Austin (Hour Two)

A 1607 Galileo letter; a Chinese cloisonné panel said to be gifted by the Emperor of China.

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328 :19x06 - Austin (Hour Three)

A WWII scrapbook; an 1875 "Pictorial St. Louis" atlas; a circa 1930 jade ring and case.

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329 :19x07 - Celebrating Black Americana

An 1821 citizenship certificate for a free man of color; African-American beauty book by Madam C.J. Walker.

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330 :19x08 - Bismarck (Hour One)

A 1939 collection from the rescue operation of a sunken submarine; Torino lamp; two Tlingit Shamanic masks.

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331 :19x09 - Bismarck (Hour Two)

Miniature Japanese china set; ca. 1935 ranchwear outfit; ca. 1900 Chinese Imperial ceremonial outfit.

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332 :19x10 - Bismarck (Hour Three)

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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333 :19x11 - Birmingham (Hour One)

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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334 :19x12 - Birmingham (Hour Two)

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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335 :19x13 - Birmingham (Hour Three)

More members of the public bring their antiques to be valued in Birmingham.

336 :19x14 - Santa Clara (Hour One)

The team are in Santa Clara where members of the public bring along their antiques to be valued.

337 :19x15 - Santa Clara (Hour Two)

More members of the public have their antiques valued in Santa Clara.

338 :19x16 - Santa Clara (Hour Three)

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.

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339 :19x17 - Charleston (Hour One)

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.

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340 :19x18 - Charleston (Hour Two)

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.

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341 :19x19 - Charleston (Hour Three)

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.

Source: PBS
Classification: Reality
Genre: Arts & Crafts
Status: Returning Series
Network: PBS ( USA)
Airs: Mondays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 09, 1997
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