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Antiques Roadshow; Raleigh, NC

01/04/2010

Raleigh, NC Hour 1 EE Master - Texted, Mixed, No CC First Air Date: 1/4/2010


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Series
Antiques Roadshow
Program
Raleigh, NC
Program Number

1401

Series Description

ROADSHOW is part adventure, part history lesson, part treasure hunt. Specialists from the country's leading auction houses and independent dealers from across the nation, travel throughout the United States offering free appraisals of antiques and collectibles. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW cameras watch as owners recount tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-neglected items salvaged from attics and basements, while experts reveal the fascinating truth about these finds. Series hosT 100-400: Chris Jussel; Series hosT 5-600: Dan Elias. Series release date: 1997

Program Description

Part adventure, part history lesson and part treasure hunt, seven-time Emmy-nominated ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is now in its 14th season. Specialists from the country's leading auction houses - Bonhams & Butterfields, Christie's, Doyle New York, Skinner and Sotheby's - and independent dealers from across the nation offer free appraisals of antiques and collectibles. 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. The 2010 lineup kicks off Monday, January 4 at 8/7C with ROADSHOW's first-ever million dollar appraisal.

1401, 1/4/2010: ANTIQUES ROADSHOW's 2010 season kicks off from Raleigh, North Carolina, amid a forest of giant "comic weathervanes," where appraiser Ken Farmer talks about smaller examples of vintage whirligigs. Highlights include a 1920 Arts & Crafts desk and lamp - both of which light up; a rare circa 1960 Gibson Double 12 Electric Guitar; and a set of four Chinese Quianlong Period (1736-1795) carved jade objects whose auction estimate of $710,000 to $1,070,000 makes it the highest value appraisal in ROADSHOW history. Additional appraisal include: Apache Childrens Toys & Moccasins c. 1880-90; Appraised Value: $4,400 - $6,000; Late 19th-Century Hungarian Refugee Family Jewelry, Appraised Value: $12,000 - $14,000; 1841 Henry Lowndes Stoneware Storage Jar, Appraised Value: $10,000 - $15,000; 1912 Leslie Thrasher Oil, Two Boys Riding A Pulling Horse, Appraised Value: $15,000 - $20,000.

Field Trip: Vintage Whirligigs, Vollis Simpson

1402, 1/11/2010: ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits the North Carolina Museum of History with appraiser J. Michael Flanigan to look at the work of Thomas Day, a free man of color who became the most famous North Carolina furniture maker of the 19th century. Highlights include a circa 1800 eastern North Carolina bottle case on stand; an 1812 needlework sampler; and a 1985 Andrew Wyeth watercolor, whose owner benefited from a tug-of-war between art dealers, valued at $450,000. Additional appraisals include: Edward Danforth Pewter Plates, ca. 1795 Appraised Value: $3,000; French Mignonette Bisque Doll, ca. 1880 Appraised Value: $3,000; Austrian Silver-Gilt and Jadeite Box, ca. 1920 Appraised Value: $2,000 - $3,000; Confederate Boyle & Gamble Sword, Scabbard & Belt, ca. 1860 Appraised Value: $15,000; Late 19th-Century Chinese Famille Rose Charger Appraised Value: $8,000 - $12,000.

Field Trip: Thomas Day Furniture: North Carolina Museum of History

1403, 1/18/2010: ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits North Carolina's Museum of the Cape Fear in Fayetteville, once the site of a U.S. arsenal seized by the Confederacy, to look at some of the weapons made in North Carolina during the Civil War. Highlights include an archive of items related to Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1966 visit to St. Mark's AME Zion Church in Durham; a circa 1800 heirloom Virginia-made table, purported to have ties to Thomas Jefferson; and a pair of circa 1725 chairs, made by New England furniture maker John Gaines, whose value - much diminished because the pieces are refinished - is estimated to be $30,000 to $50,000. Additional appraisals include: Maria & Popovi Pottery, ca. 1965 Appraised Value: $24,000 - $36,000; 1937 Martin D-18 Acoustic Guitar Appraised Value: $15,000 - $18,000; Mid-19th Century Chinese Export Painting of Canton Appraised Value: $30,000 - $40,000; Confederate Master & Slave Tintype, ca. 1861 Appraised Value: $30,000 - $40,000; Packard Enamel-on-Steel Sign, ca. 1932 Appraised Value: $4,000 - $6,000; Engraved Sharps Pistol Rifle with Mormon History Appraised Value: .$30,000

Field trip: Confederate Weapons of North Carolina: Museum of the Cape Fear

Duration

00:56:40

Asset Type

Broadcast program

Media Type

Video

Topics
Antiques and Collectibles
Creators
Moreno, Aida (Series Producer)
Citation
Chicago: “Antiques Roadshow; Raleigh, NC,” 01/04/2010, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed December 4, 2016, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_8230E6598CB942ADA3D50B8559C01B55.
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APA: Antiques Roadshow; Raleigh, NC. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_8230E6598CB942ADA3D50B8559C01B55
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