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Vintage Omaha

Season 22 Episode 19 | 52m 30s

Uncover how appraisals from 14 years ago have held up in the ever-changing antiques marketplace, including an Edgar Allan Poe daguerreotype, a Teco collection from around 1905, and a 1907 Frank Lloyd Wright archive. Can you guess which find’s appraised value jumps to $80,000-$120,000?

Aired: 07/22/18 | Expires: 08/16/21
Funding for ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is provided by Ancestry and American Cruise Lines. Additional funding is provided by public television viewers.
Extras
1963 Mickey Mantle 'Bat Girl Archive
Appraisal: Chuck Jones Bugs Bunny Drawing, ca. 1955
Appraisal: 1973 Iditarod Race Sled
Appraisal: Civil War Cavalry Officer’s Presentation Sword
Appraisal: 1951 Red Sox Team-signed Half Bat & Photo
Appraisal: Jewelry Group, ca. 1950
Appraisal: 1808 George III Sterling Silver Tray
Appraisal: Edward Dufner ‘Hazy Morning’ Oil, ca. 1920
Appraisal: Imperial Russian Court Jewelry, ca. 1870
Appraisal: Edison Electric Pen, ca. 1876