Antiques Roadshow: Season 15 (2011)

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Air date: Jan 3, 2011

A rare 1960 re-release movie poster for The Wild One; a George Ohr vase with a surprising secret; and a 1940s mobile by Alexander Calder.

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Air date: Jan 10, 2011

Part 2 of 3 in Miami Beach features beachcombing tips and advice on how to buy and sell gold. Appraised items include an archive of correspondence with Winston Churchill; a 1908 example of New Orleans' Newcomb College pottery; and vintage diamond rings and necklace.

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Air date: Jan 17, 2011

The conclusion of the Miami Beach visit features a rare Qing Dynasty vase; a 1956 Gretsch Chet Atkins Model 6120 guitar; and an oil painting by Victorian artist John George Brown. Also: an excursion to Miami's Wolfsonian Museum to examine its collection of World's Fair objects, which include everything from souvenir ash trays to works of fine art.

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Air date: Jan 24, 2011

Part 1 of 3 in San Diego features a handwritten draft of the classic song "Stormy Weather"; a circa-1864 heirloom Tiffany cameo with period jewelry; and an aristocratic portrait by Robert Henri that's estimated to be worth $250,000 to $350,000. Also: vintage Steiff plush-toy animals are discussed during a visit to the San Diego Zoo.

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Air date: Jan 31, 2011

Part 2 of 3 in San Diego features an 18th-century ivory carved crèche; a banner from George Washington's inauguration ball; and a circa-1900 Turkmenistan rug that's valued at $125,000 to $150,000. Also: the evolution of the cutlass, a 19th-century sailor's sidearm, is discussed aboard the USS Midway, the longest-serving U.S. Navy aircraft carrier of the 20th century.

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Air date: Feb 7, 2011

Conclusion. In San Diego, items include "Captain America" and "Fantastic Four" cocreator Jack Kirby's collection of comics from the 1930s to the 1970s; circa-1915 Cartier cuff links, buttons and studs; and an original "Hortus Eystettensis," a 1613 collection of botanical illustrations that's valued at $250,000 to $350,000. Also: a visit to San Diego's Allen Airways Flying Museum highlights historic posters of mechanical flight.

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Air date: Feb 14, 2011

A late-Victorian gold vest chain and fob; a pair of Green Bay Packers signed footballs; and a rare collection of promotional movie memorabilia from Hollywood's Golden Age. Pt. 1

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Air date: Feb 21, 2011

Part 2 of 3 in Des Moines features a collection of late-1950s and '60s Lucy M. Lewis Acoma Pueblo pottery; an 1820 Russian Loutkin snuff box inscribed with the Romanov dynasty's imperial arms; and a 1623 Shakespeare First Folio that's valued between $40,000 and $50,000. Also: an extra-illustrated book set based on a Charles Dickens biography is examined at Salisbury House and Gardens, the estate of 1920s cosmetics tycoon Carl Weeks.

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Air date: Feb 28, 2011

Conclusion. In Des Moines, items include a circa-1856 Des Moines city plan; a circa-1838 E.C. Brewster beehive clock; and a circa-1925 round European-cut diamond and platinum ring. Also: a lesson in honey farming; antiques with bee motifs.

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Air date: Apr 11, 2011

Part 1 of 3 in Billings, Mont., features a 19th-century Chinese jade brush washer; a 1752 English silver coursing trophy; and a 19th-century Arthur Brown watercolor scene of Yellowstone National Park that's valued at $75,000 to $125,000. Also: the weapons used at Custer's Last Stand are discussed during a visit to the Little Bighorn national monument.

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