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Cameras capture tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-lost items salvaged from attics and basements, while experts reveal the fascinating truths about these finds.
Vintage Salt Lake City (#1830H) Duration: 56:16 STEREO TVG
Back in 1999, AR visited Salt Lake City, Utah. Tune in to see what happened to the values of the items found during that trip. Highlights include Napoleonic prisoner-of-war pieces; a Mormon certificate of gratitude; and beaded Kiowa objects that previously came in at $29,000-$36,000 and now are appraised at $35,000-$40,000.
Vintage Milwaukee (#1723H) Duration: 56:16 STEREO TVG
It's been 15 years since AR visited Milwaukee. Ever wonder what some of the items appraised back then are worth now? Watch updates on items such as a Tiffany lamp, which was appraised at $8000-$15,000 in 1998 and is now valued between $20,000 and $30,000!
Vintage Des Moines (#1831#) Duration: 56:46 STEREO TVG
Fifteen years after first visiting Des Moines, Iowa, AR looks back on featured items to see if their value has changed. Highlights include a Rambling Mickey Mouse toy with its original box, ca. 1934; Charles Lindbergh memorabilia; and a Samuel McIntire medallion that has soared in value from $70,000-$90,000 to $ 200,000-$300,000.
Vintage Louisville (#1725H) Duration: 56:16 STEREO TVG
AR takes a look back at some of the items appraised in Louisville back in 1998. A 19th-century folk art jug, which was originally appraised at $30,000 to $50,000, has since leaped in value to an estimated $100,000 to $150,000! Tune in for more updates on items like a South Carolina Slave Badge from 1810 and James Dean's high school yearbook.
Vintage Rochester (#1724#) Duration: 56:46 STEREO TVG
Back in 1998, AR travelled to Rochester, New York, and appraised items including a painting by Frank Zappa, a van Munster violin and a Minton vase. One of these items increased more than five times in value and another has dropped by more than $1000. Tune in to find out which item's value has soared and which one's is sinking.
Vintage Hartford (#1726#) Duration: 56:46 STEREO TVG
15 years have passed since AR visited Hartford, and some of the values of the items appraised have changed dramatically - some for the better, and some for the worse. A 1915 Coca-Cola jigsaw puzzle and an Emancipation Announcement print both gained value since 1998, but the big winner is a Tiffany aquamarine glass vase, which was originally appraised at $30,000 to $40,000 and is now valued between $90,000 and $100,000.
Junk in the Trunk (#1519H) Duration: 56:16 STEREO TVG
This special edition is a new episode of never-before-seen appraisals from AR's 2011 season. Highlights include one of a set of six inherited chairs, made 50 years ago by a furniture designer who also did commissions for Aristotle Onassis; a rare and extensive collection of WWII prison camp materials that posthumously established a glider pilot's eligibility for a medal from the US Department of Defense; and a drawing and lithograph by iconic American artist Grant Wood, as well as a trunk containing some of his possessions, acquired by the owner from Wood's aunt and valued at $14, 000 to $22,000.
Tasty Treasures (#1520H) Duration: 56:46 STEREO TVG
This special edition celebrates the season with a cornucopia of appetizing antiques and delectable collectibles for and about eating and drinking. Plucked from AR's appraisal archive, highlights include a coveted stainless steel 1930s meat serving cart that saw decades of use at a Reno, NV casino; a rare toy coffee service made of 18th-century British porcelain; and an heirloom Tlingit Indian oil bowl and ladle, acquired by the owner's great-great-grandfather during a military posting to Sitka, AK in 1877, valued at a jaw-dropping $250,000 to $300,000.
Junk in the Trunk 2 (#1621H) Duration: 56:16 STEREO TVG
This special features never-before-seen appraisals from AR's Season 16 tour. Travel through El Paso, Atlanta, Minneapolis and more to enjoy new appraisals such as a Missouri Regiment Colt Pistol worth more than $22,000, sapphire and diamonds from Tiffany, and Dr. Seuss' signature.
Forever Young (#1521H) Duration: 56:46 STEREO TVG
"Forever Young" is a celebration of objects for the young and the young at heart. As the show's lovingly preserved appraisals prove, it's not only toys and teddy bears that capture the spirit of youth. Highlights include original art for a Dr. Seuss lunchbox; a child's shoe autographed by Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig; and a colorful embroidered silk picture, sewn by the owner's great-great-great-aunt at age 15 in 1819, valued at $60,000 to $80,000.