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Season 03, Episode 01 Cheltenham

S03 E01

Mar 15, 1981
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Cheltenham Mar 15, 1981 Appraisals from Richmond, Va., include a jewelry collection of Burmese rubies and diamonds; a folk-art rooster originally used in a dairy display. Also: a visit to the Museum of the Confederacy. Host: Chris Jussel.

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Season 03, Episode 02 Troon

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Mar 22, 1981
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Troon Mar 22, 1981 From Richmond, Va.: Appraisals include a presentation Colt pistol and a French doll made around 1885. Host: Chris Jussel.

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Season 03, Episode 03 Aberystwyth

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Mar 29, 1981
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Aberystwyth Mar 29, 1981 Appraisals from Los Angeles include a Scottish-made clay piglet and a miniature portrait. Host: Chris Jussel.

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Season 03, Episode 04 Aylesbury

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Apr 5, 1981
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Aylesbury Apr 5, 1981 From Los Angeles: Appraisals include a brewing-company advertising print; a silver-and-glass compote plate; a writing table made in Milan. Host: Chris Jussel.

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Season 03, Episode 05 Sailsbury

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Apr 12, 1981
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Sailsbury Apr 12, 1981 Appraisals from Milwaukee include a Chippendale chair and an 1888 sculpture with carvings of 35 birds. Also: a visit to the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum. Host: Chris Jussel.

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Season 03, Episode 06 Monmouth

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Apr 19, 1981
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Monmouth Apr 19, 1981 Conclusion. Appraisals from Milwaukee include a “Speedy” Alka Seltzer figure from the company's 1950s and '60s ad campaigns; and a chair designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Also: a visit to the Milwaukee Museum of Art. Host: Chris Jussel.

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Season 03, Episode 07 Derby

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Apr 26, 1981
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Derby Apr 26, 1981 Appraisals in Rochester include a painting created by musician Frank Zappa when he was in junior-high school; a cane rack; a 9-foot-tall fireplace mantel. Host: Chris Jussel.

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Season 03, Episode 08 Bognor Regis

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May 3, 1981
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Bognor Regis May 3, 1981 Appraisals from Rochester include a portrait; a Shirvan rug; an 18th-century chair that has been in the owner's family for more than 100 years. Host: Chris Jussel.

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Season 03, Episode 09 Houston: Hour 1
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Houston: Hour 1 Appraisals from Houston include a menu from the last luncheon served aboard the Titanic. Host: Chris Jussel.

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Season 03, Episode 10 Houston: Hour 2
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Houston: Hour 2 Appraisals from Houston include an acoustic guitar autographed by Jimi Hendrix and a model car from the 1930s. Also: a look at a Native American artifact collection.

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Season 03, Episode 11 Louisville: Hour 1
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Louisville: Hour 1 Appraisals from Louisville include a 20-gallon folk-art jug that the owner purchased at a yard sale; and a builder's model frame used to sell barns at the turn of the 20th century. Also: a history of the Kentucky Derby. Host: Chris Jussel.

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Season 03, Episode 12 Louisville: Hour 2
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Louisville: Hour 2 Appraisals from Kentucky include an 1860 Colt Army revolver with an interesting history, and a high-school yearbook featuring James Dean.

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Season 03, Episode 13 Portland, Ore.: Hour 1
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Portland, Ore.: Hour 1 Appraisals in Portland, Ore., include an original preliminary script of "Gone with the Wind" and a folk-art horn. Part 1 of two. Chris Jussel is the host.

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Season 03, Episode 14 Portland, Ore.: Hour 2
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Portland, Ore.: Hour 2 Conclusion. Appraisals from Portland, Ore., include a set of books autographed by Mark Twain, a turn-of-the-century zither and an 18th-century teapot made just before the American Revolution.

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Season 03, Episode 15 Hartford, Conn.: Hour 1
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Hartford, Conn.: Hour 1 Appraisals in Hartford, Conn., include a 19th-century majolica fountain and a Civil War print circa 1865-75. Also: Native American crafts. Part 1 of two. Chris Jussel is the host.

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Season 03, Episode 16 Hartford, Conn.: Hour 2
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Hartford, Conn.: Hour 2 A trip to Hartford, Conn., concludes. Appraisals include a collection of Fiestaware and a rare fireplace bellows carved in the 19th century. Also: a visit to Mark Twain's house. Chris Jussel is the host.

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