Roadshow visits RISD to learn about their acquisition of the Magnussen coffee set designs.
John Sollo reminisces about a unique Charles Rohlfs chair he appraised in 2006.
Laura Woolley remembers the John & Yoko memorabilia that almost floored her guest in NYC.
Allan Katz talks about his mate to the swan-shaped sled he found in Milwaukee.
Lark Mason describes his initial reasoning on why he believed the screen was Chinese.
John Buxton defines the different phases of a Navajo blanket.
Producer Luke Crafton interviews Executive Producer Marsha Bemko on ROADSHOW's milestone.
Robert Waterhouse discusses a rare and valuable bodhisattva he found in St. Louis in 2017.
Nicho Lowry talks about his thrill in discovering an unknown artist in Louisville.
Lee Dunbar reminisces about her million-dollar baseball-card discovery in NYC in 2014!
Ken Farmer reflects upon appraising at ROADSHOW back in the early 2000s.
Colleene Fesko explains why Frederic Remington is one of the most forged artists.
Lee Dunbar discusses what goes into appraising your antiques.
Jimi Hendrix's riffs soared across the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival in 1969. What most recall from the set was his solo performance of "The Star Spangled Banner," a visceral take on the national anthem that helped cement his legacy as a rock-and-roll legend.