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Season 10, Episode 01 Tampa (1)

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Jan 10, 2006
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Tampa (1) Jan 10, 2006 "So Is It a Buttersworth?" (Actually, No.) After further research, a handsome marine painting initially attributed to 19th-century artist James E. Buttersworth is found instead to be the work of Antonio Jacobsen

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Season 10, Episode 02 Tampa (2)

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Jan 17, 2006
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Tampa (2) Jan 17, 2006 Seed Pearl Jewelry: Jewelry appraiser Jeanenne Bell explains "seed pearls."

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Season 10, Episode 03 Tampa (3)

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Jan 24, 2006
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Tampa (3) Jan 24, 2006 Pietra Dura: "Rock Art". This stunning work of stone inlay is so intricate, at first the expert mistook it for a painting. More on the history of this impressive technique.

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Season 10, Episode 04 Houston (1)

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Jan 31, 2006
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Houston (1) Jan 31, 2006 Next of Kiln: The Overbeck Sisters. The story of a group of sisters who were married to their art.

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Season 10, Episode 05 Houston (2)

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Feb 7, 2006
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Houston (2) Feb 7, 2006 Orange Crate Labels: Rudy Franchi appraises an extensive collection of orange crate labels that had been harvested for 12 years. Rudy says they're worth $1,000 to $2,000 each and values the entire collection at $25,000 to $30,000.

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Season 10, Episode 06 Houston (3)

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Feb 14, 2006
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Houston (3) Feb 14, 2006 Firing Miss Daisy: What Happened at Wedgwood? Daisy Makeig-Jones, designer of Wedgwood's famed Fairyland Lustre Pottery, was sacked in 1932, because "she got a bit out of hand." But what really happened?

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Season 10, Episode 07 Los Angeles (1)

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Feb 21, 2006
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Los Angeles (1) Feb 21, 2006 The Law of Antiquities: Legal to own? Legal to buy? Legal to sell? But what about the ethics? More on the law governing American antiquities.

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Season 10, Episode 08 Los Angeles (2)

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Feb 28, 2006
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Los Angeles (2) Feb 28, 2006 Victorian Insect Collage: Gary Espinosa appraises a one-of-a-kind insect collage made during the Victorian period in England. He estimates its auction value at $2,000 to $3,000.

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Season 10, Episode 09 Los Angeles (3)

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Mar 28, 2006
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Los Angeles (3) Mar 28, 2006 Charles Schulz Art: Philip Weiss appraises a collection of original art by "Peanuts" artist Charles Shulz, given to the owner as a gift by Schulz himself. Included is a group of daily comic strips from 1961 that feature Charlie Brown in every frame.

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Season 10, Episode 10 Bismarck (1)

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Apr 11, 2006
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Bismarck (1) Apr 11, 2006 School of Mines Pottery: Learn the basics of collecting this enduring art pottery from the University of North Dakota.

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Season 10, Episode 11 Bismarck (2)

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Apr 18, 2006
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Bismarck (2) Apr 18, 2006 Breaking Down Your Fender (Don't Try This at Home): Is it really okay to take the neck off your Fender guitar?

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Season 10, Episode 12 Bismarck (3)

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Apr 25, 2006
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Bismarck (3) Apr 25, 2006 Dakota, Lakota, Nakota: Languages of the Sioux: More on the languages of the American Plains Indians.

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Season 10, Episode 13 Providence (1)

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May 9, 2006
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Providence (1) May 9, 2006 Appraiser John Delaney unwinds with the Providence Globe clock.

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Season 10, Episode 14 Providence (2)

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May 16, 2006
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Providence (2) May 16, 2006 Is This the Real Rudolph? Ho-Ho-Hold on a minute! Are these the real Rudolph and Santa puppets from the TV Christmas classic?

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Season 10, Episode 15 Providence (3)

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May 23, 2006
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Providence (3) May 23, 2006 Bellamy Eagles: When Values Soar. In 2005 this carved eagle plaque was appraised for roughly $40,000. Now it's probably worth over $100,000. What happened?

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