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Milwaukee, Hour 2

Season 11 Episode 18

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Nicholas Lowry explore the largest collection of posters by lithographer Jules Cheret, best known for his ads for the Moulin Rouge. Highlights include: a needlework sampler with a connection to clockmaker Aaron Willard; a Japanese sculpture; and a ruby and diamond bracelet purchased from France's Empress Eugenie and worth $30,000 to $35,000.

Aired: 11/04/07
Funding for ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is provided by Ancestry and American Cruise Lines. Additional funding is provided by public television viewers.
Extras
Appraisal: Panerai Radiomir with Rolex Movement, ca. 1942
Appraisal: KPM 'The Hermit' Porcelain Plaque, ca. 1900
Appraisal: Gorham Sterling Silver Polar Bear Ice Pick, ca. 1870
Appraisal: Tiffany & Co. Sapphire & Diamond Ring, ca. 1925
Appraisal: 1995 Muhammad Ali-signed Tablecloth
Appraisal: Chinese Lacquered Wood Japanese-style Geese, ca. 1920
Appraisal: Cartier Art Deco Match Safe, ca. 1925
Appraisal: 1969 George Rodrigue 'House in Washington' Oil
Appraisal: F. Douglass Letter & Free Will Baptist Church Archive
Appraisal: Jean Harlow-signed Photo, ca. 1930