Antiques Roadshow turns 20! PBS' most-watched ongoing series celebrates 20 seasons with a new look, new hidden treasures and more appraisals than ever. Tune in to discover finds from Spokane, Washington; Tucson, Arizona; Little Rock, Arkansas; Charleston, South Carolina; Cleveland, Ohio; and Omaha, Nebraska. - Mondays, beginning January 4, 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET.
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Vintage Spokane Hour 1 25x08
Vintage Orlando Hour 2 25x07
Learn how outstanding Orlando items have held up in the market since 2007, such as a Fern Isabel Coppedge oil, a Tiffany Studios mosaic glass inkwell, and an 1844 Presidential election political banner. Which has a current value of $120,000-$180,000?
Vintage Orlando Hour 1 25x06
See if Sunshine State appraisals still sparkle in the marketplace14 years after ROADSHOW's visit, including James McNeill Whistler artwork, Presidents Kennedy and Johnson-signed photos, and a Jonas Weber painted box. One is now $165,000-$250,000!
Vintage Tucson 2021 Hour 2 25x05
Blazing hot Tucson treasures include a Mexican charro saddle,Gaston Chaissac artwork, and a 1956 Olympics USA Basketball memorabilia. But has the marketplace cooled down since they were appraised in 2006? Not for one $65,000-$110,000 find!
Vintage Tucson 2021 Hour 1 25x04
Revisit tremendous Tucson treasures first appraised 15 years ago including Picasso Madoura pottery, an early 20th C. Cartier necklace & brooch, and an 1861 Charles Dickens letter. Can you guess which is now valued at $90,000-$115,000?
Vintage Baltimore 2021 Hour 2 25x03
What are treasures from the 2007 ROADSHOW in Baltimore worth now? Appraisals include a Johnny Unitas Baltimore Colts championship jacket, a B. J. O. Nordfeldt two-sided oil, and a Klondike Gold Rush archive. One has more than doubled to $250,000!
Vintage Baltimore 2021 Hour 1 25x02
Travel back to 2007 for updated appraisals on magnificent Maryland finds including Plains & Prairie American Indian art, a presentation sword with a Lincoln-signed appointment, and an 1885 Opening Day baseball program. One is $130,000-$200,000!
American Stories 25x01
Celebrate the collective history of our country through personal accounts behind standout treasures like a Navajo belt, bracelet & basket, a WWI peach can label letter, and James McNeill Whistler artwork. Which is now valued at $165,000-$250,000?
Junk in the Trunk 10 24x25
Discover never-before-seen surprises from ROADSHOW's Season 24 tour. One is worth up to $100,000.
Election Collection 24x24
Explore political items across history from both sides of the aisle, plus a $600,000-$800,000 find.