THE EYE

'Antiques Roadshow'

A long but exciting day for those waiting in line to have their items appraised

Marcie and Monica with their Push-Me Pull-You from the movie, "Doctor Dolittle"
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Mary Kent and Chi with their 1907 wooden carved Native American statue and painting
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RC Gorman Native American painting from 1977
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Merolyn with the African carving she got at an African-American heritage festival
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A small part of the crowd of thousands who were in and out of Prime F. Osborne Convention Center
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Mitchell with his 1970s painting signed Von Eck
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John with his gremlin and Marvin the Martian from Warner Bros. studios
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Marvin the Martian poses with his space gun.
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Justin and Stan volunteered from WJCT for the event.
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JB with his 1860s gambling device
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Jan with her 1920s car watch and Debby with her 1842 Navy sword
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Jack with his 1900-1920s neoclassical nightstand, which was unfortunately only a copy
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Georgia and Johnson got this wooden carved wooden piece from a relative. They were at the show to learn more about it.
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Daryl and Sue with their rocking horse. Daryl used to work on the show 'Storage Wars' and found this rocking horse.
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"Antiques Roadshow" welcome banner
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Bonnie with her 1950s railroad lantern
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An appraiser
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An appraiser looks at jewelry
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An appraiser looks at a piece
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A temple dog brought in by Bryan and Carry, who were hoping to learn more about it and its value
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A cart one of the attendee's husbands had made for her to cart around her teak wood statue from Bangkok
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1861's bronze horse Kristine and Greg bought at an antique shop at the Beaches 15 years ago
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Quite a few treasures were found at ‘Antiques Roadshow’ at the Prime F. Osborne Convention Center June 8. One of the most interesting and historically exciting was a map that was originally thought to belong to a Confederate generals but ended up belonging to Gen. Robert E. Lee. This item was appraised to be worth more than $100,000.

Last names are not included in this Eye as Antiques Roadshow requested that press not use them.

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