Antiques Roadshow Season 4
S04 E01Apr 4, 1982
Winchester Apr 4, 1982 Appraisals in Columbus, Ohio, include a handwritten letter from Thomas Jefferson; the first edition of Playboy magazine from 1953; and a skull-shaped humidor. Chris Jussel is the host.
S04 E02Apr 11, 1982
Lancaster Apr 11, 1982 Items appraised include a vintage football poster, a late-19th-century quilt, two valuable toys and an unusual gold ring. Chris Jussel is the host.
S04 E03Apr 18, 1982
St. Austell Apr 18, 1982 Items up for appraisal in Birmingham, Ala., include a 19th-century quilt, two valuable toys and an unusual gold ring with a surprise inside. Chris Jussel is the host.
S04 E04Apr 25, 1982
Leamington Spa Apr 25, 1982 Items up for appraisal in Birmingham, Ala., include a rare collection of “Gone with the Wind” memorabilia, an old Bible and a miniature Chippendale chest. Chris Jussel is the host.
S04 E05May 2, 1982
Bolton May 2, 1982 Appraisals from Tampa include a rare toy clown, a unique clock and an elaborate metal bird sculpture. Chris Jussel is the host.
S04 E06May 9, 1982
Exeter May 9, 1982 Appraisals in Tampa include a Tiffany lamp, a bejeweled baseball cap and a set of andirons. Chris Jussel is the host.
S04 E07May 16, 1982
Scarborough May 16, 1982 Items appraised in Providence, R.I., include an unusual collection of Boy Scout neckerchief slides, a stoneware jug and a jade and gold jewelry box. Chris Jussel is the host.
S04 E08May 23, 1982
Malvern May 23, 1982 Items appraised in Providence, R.I., include a Dr. Evil doll, a collection of Persian prints and a French mantel clock. Chris Jussel is the host.
Special Edition A look at how the show is put together and how objects are selected to be on camera. Also: appraisers share some of their favorite moments from the show. Included: an unusual Seymour card table; a diamond-and-ruby jewelry collection; an unusual 19th-century folk-art jug; and a rare Eskimo helmet.
Baltimore: Hour 1 Items appraised in Baltimore include an 18th-century tea table, a collection of railroad memorabilia and a painting. Chris Jussel hosts.
Baltimore: Hour 2 Items appraised in Baltimore include a book signed by Edgar Allan Poe, a French Revival-style Victorian painting and a rooster weather vane with an important heritage. Chris Jussel is the host.
Toronto: Hour 1 Items appraised in Toronto include a silver tea set, a rare golf club and a unique bronze, ivory and marble statue. Chris Jussel is the host.
Toronto: Hour 2 Items appraised in Toronto include a Canadian Mounties doll, a vintage Rolex watch and a bird-shaped weight designed to hold open a gate. Chris Jussel is the host.
Salt Lake City: Hour 1 Items to be appraised in Salt Lake City include a unique piece of human-hair jewelry, a diamond-and-pearl tiara ring, and a collection of Native American beadwork. Chris Jussel is the host.
Salt Lake City: Hour 2 Items appraised in Salt Lake City include an important Mormon document, a mechanical birdcage and a bronze statue of Napoleon. Chris Jussel is the host.
Des Moines, Iowa: Hour 1 The first of two shows from Des Moines, Iowa. Articles appraised include a letter written by Mark Twain and a propeller from one of Charles Lindbergh's biplanes, as well as a carving of a dog fashioned in Germany's Black Forest. Telecast from the Iowa state capitol and the Polk County Convention Center.
Des Moines, Iowa: Hour 2 Items up for appraisal in Des Moines, Iowa, include a Wurlitzer jukebox, a Tiffany vase and a Chinese box and horn. Also: host Chris Jussel visits a 1920s Des Moines mansion built in an English style by cold-cream mogul Carl Weeks.