American Antiques Roadshow

About the Show

About the Show

Part adventure, part history lesson and part treasure hunt, Emmy® Award nominated American Antiques Roadshow marks its thirteenth season in 2009. PBS's highest-rated series, the program is seen by almost 11 million viewers each week in the US. Veteran television personality Mark L. Walberg (Test the Nation, Temptation Island) is the host of the series.

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Posted by Jo205Report
hi i have three statues which stand about 50cm in height. they are three ***l hall players and are painted. they appear to depict either american negro or possibly french men. they are in okay condition and are made of some sort of inner shell possible wood and are covered in what seems to be a celluloid substance. they are very pleasing to the eye and are very human like and could depict early slaves after the abolition. the subject matter is ***l hall players
Posted by Report
I adore American antiques. I think that American furniture is fine, quite beautiful and donr so well for such little time. What can I say . I own a book called Mistey of Chinchoteage , written by Marguerite . All of Grandmas photoess are there also. There are 11 of them photoes and inscriptions from Grandna