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Learn more about vintage and antique items in Harrisburg!
The Red Sox, Carl Schweninger, and Karen Carpenter. Which treasure is valued at $300,000?
Celebrate ROADSHOW’s new season with a first-time visit to Harrisburg!
Discover never-before-aired appraisals from all six of our Season 21 cities.
Travel across America—and back in time—with items from all 50 states!
Celebrate America’s hidden treasures from all 50 states in part 1!
Journey to 2002 to learn how past appraisals fare in today’s market!
Back in 1998, ROADSHOW visited Hartford, CT, and uncovered rare puzzles, prints, and more!
Appraisal: 1861 "Washington Map of the United States" Wall Map, in Harrisburg Hour 3
Appraisal: 1916 George Cope Painting, in Harrisburg Hour 3.
Appraisal: 1916 Hamilton Deck Watch in Box, in Harrisburg Hour 3.
Appraisal: 1925 Rudolph Valentino-gifted Bracelet, in Harrisburg Hour 3.
Appraisal: 1963 - 1968 Pearl Tucker NASA Archive, in Harrisburg Hour 3.
Appraisal: Antonio Martino Oil Painting, ca. 1955, in Harrisburg Hour 3.
Appraisal: Baluch Balisht Tribal Rug, ca. 1900, in Harrisburg Hour 3.
Appraisal: Century of Progress Quilt, ca. 1933, in Harrisburg Hour 3.
Appraisal: Victorian Gold Necklace & Earrings, ca. 1870, in New Orleans Hour 1.
Appraisal: World War II Dunkirk & D-Day Archive, in Harrisburg Hour 3.
Appraisal: Pennsylvania Dutch Tinware Coffeepot, ca. 1880, in Harrisburg Hour 1.
Appraisal: 1867 Pierre-Eugène-Emile Hébert Bronze, from Vintage Kansas City.
Appraisal: Andrew Clemens Sand Art, ca. 1880, from Vintage Hot Springs
Appraisal: 1844 "Bellows Falls" Hymnal Book, from Salt Lake City Hour 1.
Appraisal: 1966 Roy Lichtenstein Screenprint, from Palm Springs Hour 2.
Appraisal: 1898 Alphonse Mucha "Job" Poster, from Indianapolis Hour 3.