Antiques Roadshow; Tucson, AZ (2007)
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- Antiques Roadshow
- Tucson, AZ (2007)
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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
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1107, 2/12/2007: ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark Walberg gets a taste of Tucson, Arizona, history from the seat of an antique buggy, part of the impressive stable of horse-drawn conveyances housed at the Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum and proudly mobilized for the annual Tucson Rodeo Parade. At the Tucson Convention Center, it's a pageant of prized possessions, including two Picasso-designed vases bought in France; a court affidavit submitted by Jimmy Carter to the state of Maine on the eve of the 1976 election appealing their decision to list him on the ballot as James Earl Carter; and an ornate saddle — purchased for the owner as a child and ridden just once when she competed for the title of Coolidge Cotton Days Rodeo Queen in Coolidge, Arizona — a cinch to bring $6,000 to $8,000.
Field trip: Antique Horse Drawn Vehicles: Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum; Lazy K Bar Ranch
1108, 2/19/2007: In Tucson, Arizona, host Mark Walberg and appraiser Rosalie Sayyah are at the picturesque Arizona Inn for a conversation about traditional American Indian jewelry of the Southwest. ROADSHOW experts at the Tucson Convention Center continue their own tradition of discovering hidden treasure, including a vibrant 19th-century Navajo chief's blanket; a silver brooch made in the 1940s by then struggling sculptor Jose DeRivero, whose works now grace the most noted museums and galleries; and a 1776 French harp, bought for a modest sum at an estate sale and identified as the work of Jean-Henri Naderman — harpmaker to such aristocrats as Marie Antoinette — that commands an estimated value of $60,000.
Field Trip: Vintage Southwest American Indian Jewelry: Arizona Inn
1109, 2/26/2007: ANTIQUES ROADSHOW wraps up its trip to Tucson, Arizona, as host Mark Walberg and appraiser Colleene Fesko tour the Tucson Museum of Art, rounding up works of art depicting horses. At the Tucson Convention Center, crowds brave the 104 degree heat to bring in some cool objects, including a rare collection of 1956 Olympics memorabilia saved by the owner's father, trainer for the gold medal-winning American basketball team that included Bill Russell; a striking collection of World War II American propaganda posters; and a trio of paintings by acclaimed 20th-century French "outsider" artist Gaston Chaissac, given an auction estimate of $50,000-$100,000.
Field Trip: Horses in American Art: Tucson Museum of Art
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- Antiques and Collectibles
- Moreno, Aida (Series Producer)
- Chicago: “Antiques Roadshow; Tucson, AZ (2007),” WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed October 23, 2016, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_D85C042422C04283B3B055E0BA04D02A.
- MLA: “Antiques Roadshow; Tucson, AZ (2007).” WGBH Media Library & Archives. Web. October 23, 2016. <http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_D85C042422C04283B3B055E0BA04D02A>.
- APA: Antiques Roadshow; Tucson, AZ (2007). Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_D85C042422C04283B3B055E0BA04D02A