Antiques Roadshow

Vintage Rochester

Back in 1998, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW traveled to Rochester, NY and appraised items including a painting by Frank Zappa, a van Munster violin and a Minton vase. One of these items increased over five times in value, and another has dropped by more than $1,000. Tune in to find out which item’s value has soared and which one’s value is sinking.

Air Date 7/8/13

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ANTIQUES ROADSHOW cameras capture tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-lost items salvaged from attics and basements, while experts reveal the fascinating truths about these finds.
Upcoming Air Dates
  • #1725 — Vintage Louisville |
    Saturday, Jul 22 at 7pm TPT 2
  • #1725 — Vintage Louisville |
    Sunday, Jul 23 at 1am TPT 2
  • #2124 — Vintage Kansas City |
    New Monday, Jul 24 at 7pm TPT 2
  • #2124 — Vintage Kansas City |
    Tuesday, Jul 25 at 1am TPT 2
  • #1726 — Vintage Hartford |
    Saturday, Jul 29 at 7pm TPT 2
  • #1709 — Myrtle Beach, Hour Three
    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits the Waccamaw River with host Mark L. Walberg and militaria appraiser Christopher Mitchell as they discuss an important 19th-century blockade rifle. Other discoveries include an 1884 Courier & Ives print; a Pennsylvania folk art whirligig; and a 1936 first edition of Gone With the Wind, valued at $12,000-$15,000.
    New Monday, Aug 7 at 7pm TPT 2
    Wednesday, Aug 9 at 1am TPT 2
  • #1710 — Cincinnati, Hour One
    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits the American Sign Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio, for a look at vintage electric signs. Other highlights include a baseball bat used by Mickey Mantle; art pottery from Cincinnati's very own Rookwood Pottery; and works by locally born and world-renowned artist Edward Henry Potthast, valued at $41,000-$63, 000.
    Monday, Aug 14 at 7pm TPT 2
    Tuesday, Aug 15 at 1am TPT 2
  • #1711 — Cincinnati, Hour Two
    During a visit to the Cincinnati Zoo, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW discusses with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service how today's endangered rhinos are affected by the antiques trade. Discoveries in "the city that sings" include a suit that belonged to chicken magnate Colonel Sanders; a bronze horse sculpture by Solon Borglum; and an 1846 wall map of the western United States, valued at $11,000-$12,000.
    Monday, Aug 14 at 8pm TPT 2
    Tuesday, Aug 15 at 2am TPT 2
  • #1712 — Cincinnati, Hour Three
    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW explores the craftsmanship of Cincinnati carved furniture. Then, it's off to the races with a trophy from the 1908 Belmont Stakes and an early 20th-century toy horse and buggy, to highlight just a few discoveries. Others include a French advertising poster and an impressive bust of Abraham Lincoln, valued at $5,000-$7, 000.
    Monday, Aug 21 at 7pm TPT 2
    Tuesday, Aug 22 at 1am TPT 2
  • #1713 — Rapid City, Hour One
    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits one of South Dakota's greatest treasures, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, to look at presidential prints. Some notable finds in Rapid City include a suite of furniture by Thomas Molesworth from the famous "Ranch A," and signed military documents of Elvis Presley, valued at $4,000-$5,500.
    Monday, Aug 28 at 7pm TPT 2
    Tuesday, Aug 29 at 1am TPT 2
  • #1714 — Rapid City, Hour Two
    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW hits the open road to visit the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame - located in the town famous for its annual motorcycle rally. Highlights include TWA travel posters; a 1932 signed photograph of the national treasure, Mount Rushmore; and a Rock-Ola juke box valued at $2,000-$3,000.
    Monday, Aug 28 at 8pm TPT 2
    Tuesday, Aug 29 at 2am TPT 2
  • #1725 — Vintage Louisville
    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW takes a look back at some of the items appraised in Louisville back in 1998. A 19th-century folk art jug, which was originally appraised at $30,000 to $50,000, has since leaped in value to an estimated $100,000 to $150,000! Tune in for more updates on items like a South Carolina Slave Badge from 1810 and James Dean's high school yearbook.
    Saturday, Jul 22 at 7pm TPT 2
    Sunday, Jul 23 at 1am TPT 2
  • #1726 — Vintage Hartford
    Some items appraised in Hartford have changed dramatically. A 1915 Coca-Cola jigsaw puzzle and an Emancipation Announcement print both gained value, but the big winner is a Tiffany glass vase, now appraised at more than twice the original appraisal.
    Saturday, Jul 29 at 7pm TPT 2
    Sunday, Jul 30 at 1am TPT 2
  • #1727 — Vintage Richmond
    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW revisits items appraised in Richmond, Virginia, back in 1998. A Cartier desk clock has increased in value from a 1998 appraisal of $10,000 to $15,000 to an updated estimate of $25,000 to $35,000. Meanwhile, a Royal Doulton bear has dropped from an original appraisal of $5,000 to $7,000 to a current valuation of $3,000 to $5, 000. Other items featured include 1956 World Series baseballs, a Carnegie autograph album and a collection of diamond and ruby jewelry.
    Monday, Jul 31 at 8pm TPT 2
    Tuesday, Aug 1 at 2am TPT 2
  • #2122 — Vintage Cleveland
    Learn how the antiques and collectibles market has evolved in the last 15 years with updated appraisals like a 1979 Kent State apology, a Patek Philippe pocket watch, and a Herter Brothers sideboard and table. Which appraisal has increased $50,000?
    Saturday, Aug 19 at 7pm TPT 2
    Sunday, Aug 20 at 1am TPT 2
  • #2123 — Vintage Seattle
    Uncover how Seattle appraisals from 15 years ago have held up in the rising and falling antiques market. Highlights include a 1937 Birger Sandzen landscape, Babe Ruth-signed photos, and WWII work incentive posters. Have the values soared or sunk?
    Saturday, Aug 26 at 7pm TPT 2
    Sunday, Aug 27 at 1am TPT 2
  • #2124 — Vintage Kansas City
    Travel back 15 years to see memorable Kansas City treasures such as an autographed Time cover collection, an 18th-century flambe Meiping vase, and a 1957 Roy Rogers contest prize. Which appraisal jumps in value to $70,000?
    New Monday, Jul 24 at 7pm TPT 2
    Tuesday, Jul 25 at 1am TPT 2
  • #2125 — Vintage Charlotte
    Journey back to 2002 to learn how past appraisals fare in today's market, including Spanish earrings and a dragonfly brooch, a Carleton Watkins Yosemite album, and an 1840 Alfred J. Miller painting. Can you guess which is valued at $75,000-$125,000?
    New Monday, Jul 31 at 7pm TPT 2
    Tuesday, Aug 1 at 1am TPT 2


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