Antiques Roadshow (US)

The WORST episodes of Antiques Roadshow (US)

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Based on the popular BBC series running since 1979, the PBS Antiques Roadshow combines history with discovery. Each year, the show visits a handful of cities to appraise items brought in by viewers. Are these items worth a lot of money, more than the visitors expect?

Last Updated: 6/21/2022Network: PBS
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Houston - Hour 1
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#1 - Houston - Hour 1

Season 10 - Episode 4 - Aired 1/30/2006

The first of three episodes in Houston includes a look at a whaling ship, walrus-tusk scrimshaw, a book of Mexican War battlefield illustrations and a collection of unopened football cards from 1958. Also: a visit to a home decorated with items made from beer cans.

Houston - Hour 2
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#2 - Houston - Hour 2

Season 10 - Episode 5 - Aired 2/6/2006

The second of three episodes in Houston includes a 19th-century box desk, a set of lithographed orange-crate labels and a bronze sculpture that's a replica of an original by scuptress Edith Parson. Appraiser Beth Szescila is the guest.

Houston - Hour 3
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#3 - Houston - Hour 3

Season 10 - Episode 6 - Aired 2/13/2006

Conclusion in Houston. Included: NASA collectibles; a set of Wedgewood Fairyland lusterware; an English Regency rosewood settee; a watch that once belonged to Mickey Mantle.

Los Angeles (2006) - Hour 1
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#4 - Los Angeles (2006) - Hour 1

Season 10 - Episode 7 - Aired 2/20/2006

Part 1 of 3. In Los Angeles: an 18th-century Goan ivory doll, a Massachusetts shelf clock and a Russian porcelain charger. Appraiser Gary Sohmers is the guest.

Los Angeles (2006) - Hour 2
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#5 - Los Angeles (2006) - Hour 2

Season 10 - Episode 8 - Aired 2/27/2006

Items appraised in the second of three episodes in Los Angeles include a painting of the French Riviera by Louis Aston Knight, and a deco poster collection of Monte Carlo coquettes. Also: Academy Award memorabilia, including a 1961 ballot, a 1972 program and an Oscar statue

Los Angeles (2006) - Hour 3
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#6 - Los Angeles (2006) - Hour 3

Season 10 - Episode 9 - Aired 3/27/2006

Items appraised in the last of three episodes in Los Angeles include rhinestone-studded, western-style clothes created by Nudie Cohn; and a collection of barbershop shaving mugs from the 1930s. Also: an assortment of Anna Richards Brewster paintings; and a collection of original Charles Schulz "Peanuts" comic strips. Appraiser Caroline Ashleigh is the guest.

Providence - Hour 1
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#7 - Providence - Hour 1

Season 10 - Episode 13 - Aired 5/8/2006

The first of three episodes in Providence, R.I., includes a folk-art weather vane; a 1786 diary; and a gunsmith's rifle, powder horn and log book. Appraiser Chris Mitchell is the guest.

Providence - Hour 2
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#8 - Providence - Hour 2

Season 10 - Episode 14 - Aired 5/15/2006

Items appraised in the second episode in Providence, R.I., include dollhouse furniture made in the 1920s and a first edition of "Anne of Green Gables." Also: production puppets from the 1964 film "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." Appraiser J. Michael Flanigan is the guest.

Providence - Hour 3
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#9 - Providence - Hour 3

Season 10 - Episode 15 - Aired 5/22/2006

Conclusion, from Providence, R.I., includes costume jewelry, prints by Rembrandt and Albrecht Durer, and a 1923 bronze car hood ornament. Appraiser Joyce Jonas is the guest.

Tampa (2006) - Hour 1
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#10 - Tampa (2006) - Hour 1

Season 10 - Episode 1 - Aired 1/9/2006

In Tampa, host Mark Walberg checks out a scrapbook focusing on Joe DiMaggio's 1941 56-game hitting streak; a marriage license issued to Davy Crockett; and a painting by artist James E. Buttersworth (1817-94). Appraiser David Rago is the guest.

Tampa (2006) - Hour 2
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#11 - Tampa (2006) - Hour 2

Season 10 - Episode 2 - Aired 1/16/2006

Items appraised in the second of three episodes in Tampa include Sioux artifacts, golf collectibles, marble-head-art pottery, and a copy of the first book printed in Wyoming. Appraiser Leila Dunbar is the guest.

Tampa (2006) - Hour 3
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#12 - Tampa (2006) - Hour 3

Season 10 - Episode 3 - Aired 1/23/2006

Items appraised in the last of three episodes in Tampa include circus toys and posters, an 18th-century dressing table and a Tabriz carpet. Appraisers Noel Barrett and Nicholas Lowry are the guests.

Bismarck - Hour 1
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#13 - Bismarck - Hour 1

Season 10 - Episode 10 - Aired 4/10/2006

Part 1 (of three) in Bismarck, N.D., includes a set of samurai swords, a Bennington pottery lion, and 19th-century journals from a country store near Grand Forks. Appraiser Suzanne Perrault is the guest.

Bismarck - Hour 2
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#14 - Bismarck - Hour 2

Season 10 - Episode 11 - Aired 4/17/2006

Items appraised in the second of three episodes in Bismarck, N.D., include a painting of a Northern Pacific Railroad train and Civil War-era photos of John Hunt Morgan cavalry members. Also: a collection of pottery from the University of North Dakota. Appraiser Karen Keane is the guest.

Bismarck - Hour 3
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#15 - Bismarck - Hour 3

Season 10 - Episode 12 - Aired 4/24/2006

Conclusion. Bismarck, N.D.: a Victorian convertible bathtub, a Bible in the Dakota language and a script for the 1935 film "The Informer", signed by director John Ford and some of the cast members. Appraiser Ken Farmer is the guest.

Honolulu - Hour 1
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#16 - Honolulu - Hour 1

Season 11 - Episode 1 - Aired 1/1/2007

AR says "Aloha!" to its 11th season with a voyage to sunny Honolulu, Hawaii. Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Nancy Druckman of Sotheby's explore the longstanding tradition of Hawaiian quilting by visiting the stunning collection at the Queen Emma Summer Palace and sitting in on a quilting class at the 'Iolani Palace. At the Hawai'i Convention Center, appraisers stitch together a vivid portrait of the past when they discover such treasures as an ancient Hawaiian Omeke poi bowl; an Atomic Ray water pistol, purchased by the owner at a Hawaiian swap meet for $20; and an 1886 painting of Hawaiian Princess Kaiulani sitting beneath her famous banyon tree in Waikiki. This lovely depiction by English artist Robert C. Barnfield is valued at $30,000.

Honolulu - Hour 2
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#17 - Honolulu - Hour 2

Season 11 - Episode 2 - Aired 1/8/2007

Part 2 of 3 in Honolulu includes a painting of Hilo Harbor and an 18-karat-gold Victorian cuff bracelet. Also: letters signed by Queen Victoria, her son Albert, King Kamehameha and Princess Kailani.

Honolulu - Hour 3
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#18 - Honolulu - Hour 3

Season 11 - Episode 3 - Aired 1/15/2007

Items appraised in the last of three episodes in Honolulu include a 1915 Hawaiian flag quilt, and a first edition of Jack London's "The Call of the Wild." Also: a violin and bow purchased in 1921 and kept in storage for four decades.

Philadelphia - Hour 1
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#19 - Philadelphia - Hour 1

Season 11 - Episode 4 - Aired 1/22/2007

Part 1 of 3 in Philadelphia includes a 17th-century needlework piece and an 18th-century Pennsylvania spice cupboard. Also: a 20th-century oil painting by Pennsylvania impressionist George Sotter; and a visit to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Philadelphia - Hour 2
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#20 - Philadelphia - Hour 2

Season 11 - Episode 5 - Aired 1/29/2007

Part 2 of 3 in Philadelphia includes a collection of Camera Work magazines, and an Alexander Calder maquette for a sculpture. Also: a handcrafted chair by furnituremaker Charles Rohlf.

Philadelphia - Hour 3
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#21 - Philadelphia - Hour 3

Season 11 - Episode 6 - Aired 2/5/2007

Conclusion in Philadelphia. Items include paintings by artist John F. Kensett; a 3-carat Asscher-cut yellow diamond ring; and autographed baseballs featuring signatures from Babe Ruth, Ted Williams and the 1944 St. Louis Cardinals.

Tucson - Hour 1
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#22 - Tucson - Hour 1

Season 11 - Episode 7 - Aired 2/12/2007

Antiques Roadshow host Mark Walberg gets a taste of Tucson, Arizona, history from the seat of an antique buggy, part of the impressive stable of horse-drawn conveyances housed at the Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum.

Tucson - Hour 2
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#23 - Tucson - Hour 2

Season 11 - Episode 8 - Aired 2/19/2007

Part 2 of 3 in Tucson: a 1776 French harp; a 19th-century Navajo chief's blanket; and a silver brooch made by sculptor Jose DeRivero

Tucson - Hour 3
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#24 - Tucson - Hour 3

Season 11 - Episode 9 - Aired 2/26/2007

Conclusion in Tucson. Items include Olympics memorabilia from 1956; a set of U.S. posters from WWII; and a trio of paintings by French painter Gaston Chaissac.

Mobile, AL - Hour 1
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#25 - Mobile, AL - Hour 1

Season 11 - Episode 10 - Aired 3/26/2007

Part 1 of 3 in Mobile, Ala., includes a lap desk that may have been given to Martha Washington's granddaughter by the Marquis de Lafayette; and a watch that belonged to baseball legend Leroy "Satchel" Paige. Also: a vase made by ceramic artist George Ohr.