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I Was There

Season 28 Episode 22

Hear ROADSHOW guests’ stories and see some incredible mementos from their experiences, including Disney animation art, ca. 1938, a 1970 Jimi Hendrix collection, and a Norman Rockwell oil painting and chair, ca. 1952. One is $230,000.

Aired: 05/26/24
Funding for ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is provided by Ancestry and American Cruise Lines. Additional funding is provided by public television viewers.
Extras
Owner Interview: 1973 Iditarod Race Sled
Appraisal: Chuck Jones Bugs Bunny Drawing, ca. 1955
Appraisal: 1982 Brooke Shields's Bob Mackie Beaded Gown, from Palm Springs Hour 3.
Appraisal: Dale Chihuly Blown Glass Vase, ca. 1965
Appraisal: Norman Rockwell Oil Painting & Chair, ca. 1952, from Boston Hour 1.
Appraisal: Elijah Pierce Preaching Stick ca. 1950 in St. Louis Hour 2
Appraisal: 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Torch & Runners Suit, from Salt Lake City Hour 2
Appraisal: "New Republic Portfolio" Prints, ca. 1924, from Newport, Part 1.
Appraisal: Platinum & Diamond Waterfall Pin, ca. 1940, from Newport, Part 1.
Appraisal: Edward Mitchell Bannister Landscape Oil, ca. 1885
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