Extras

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Promo: Interview with the Producers

Antiques Roadshow

Promo: Interview with the Producers

Promo: Luke Crafton and Marsha Bemko talk Extraordinary Finds

Promo: Interview with the Producers

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Interview with the "Extraordinary Finds" Producers

Antiques Roadshow

Interview with the "Extraordinary Finds" Producers

Producer Luke Crafton interviews Executive Producer Marsha Bemko on ROADSHOW's milestone.

Interview with the "Extraordinary Finds" Producers

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Michael Grogan — Erik Magnussen Original Drawing

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Michael Grogan — Erik Magnussen Original Drawing

Roadshow visits RISD to learn about their acquisition of the Magnussen coffee set designs.

Segment: Michael Grogan — Erik Magnussen Original Drawing

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Barrett — The Buffalo Bill Era

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Barrett — The Buffalo Bill Era

Noel Barrett discusses the significance of the Buffalo Bill era.

Digital Short: Barrett — The Buffalo Bill Era

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Nicho Lowry — Bern Hill Posters & Maquettes

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Nicho Lowry — Bern Hill Posters & Maquettes

Nicho Lowry talks about his thrill in discovering an unknown artist in Louisville.

Segment: Nicho Lowry — Bern Hill Posters & Maquettes

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Lee Dunbar — Boston Red Stockings Archive

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Lee Dunbar — Boston Red Stockings Archive

Lee Dunbar reminisces about her million-dollar baseball-card discovery in NYC in 2014!

Segment: Lee Dunbar — Boston Red Stockings Archive

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Katz — Why Do You Love Folk Art?

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Katz — Why Do You Love Folk Art?

Allan Katz talks explains how and why he became such a Folk Art fanatic.

Digital Short: Katz — Why Do You Love Folk Art?

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Hear More from Ken Gloss

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Hear More from Ken Gloss

Ken Gloss on why he loves seeing — and touching — old books and manuscripts.

Digital Short: Hear More from Ken Gloss

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Mason — What Made Me Think It Was  Chinese?

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Mason — What Made Me Think It Was Chinese?

Lark Mason describes his initial reasoning on why he believed the screen was Chinese.

Digital Short: Mason — What Made Me Think It Was Chinese?

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Keno — Why Grunge Is Good

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Keno — Why Grunge Is Good

Leigh Keno explains why maybe you shouldn't clean that grungy furniture!

Digital Short: Keno — Why Grunge Is Good

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Laura Woolley — 1969 John Lennon "Bed In" Sign

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Laura Woolley — 1969 John Lennon "Bed In" Sign

Laura Woolley remembers the John & Yoko memorabilia that almost floored her guest in NYC.

Segment: Laura Woolley — 1969 John Lennon "Bed In" Sign

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: John Sollo — Charles Rohlfs Mahogany Chair

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: John Sollo — Charles Rohlfs Mahogany Chair

John Sollo reminisces about a unique Charles Rohlfs chair he appraised in 2006.

Segment: John Sollo — Charles Rohlfs Mahogany Chair

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Allan Katz — Child's Swan Sleigh, ca. 1880

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Allan Katz — Child's Swan Sleigh, ca. 1880

Allan Katz talks about his mate to the swan-shaped sled he found in Milwaukee.

Segment: Allan Katz — Child's Swan Sleigh, ca. 1880

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Robert Waterhouse — Early 15th-Century Bodhisattva

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Robert Waterhouse — Early 15th-Century Bodhisattva

Robert Waterhouse discusses a rare and valuable bodhisattva he found in St. Louis in 2017.

Segment: Robert Waterhouse — Early 15th-Century Bodhisattva

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Leigh Keno — Seymour Card Table, ca. 1794

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Leigh Keno — Seymour Card Table, ca. 1794

Leigh Keno gets excited all over again about ROADSHOW's first tag-sale triumph!

Segment: Leigh Keno — Seymour Card Table, ca. 1794

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Sulka — Tiffany Lamps

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Sulka — Tiffany Lamps

Arlie Sulka speaks to the short production and popularity of Tiffany lamps.

Digital Short: Sulka — Tiffany Lamps

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Katz — See Inside Allan Katz's Living Room

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Katz — See Inside Allan Katz's Living Room

Allan Katz invited our cameras into his home to see his fantastic Folk Art collection.

Digital Short: Katz — See Inside Allan Katz's Living Room

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Hi, I'm Nicho Lowry

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Hi, I'm Nicho Lowry

Nicho tries to get in the zone in these outrageous outtakes.

Digital Short: Hi, I'm Nicho Lowry

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Fesko — Why Remington Is Often Faked

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Fesko — Why Remington Is Often Faked

Colleene Fesko explains why Frederic Remington is one of the most forged artists.

Digital Short: Fesko — Why Remington Is Often Faked

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Buxton — Who Was Kit Carson?

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Buxton — Who Was Kit Carson?

John Buxton explains more about Kit Carson's possible connection to the Navajo blanket.

Digital Short: Buxton — Who Was Kit Carson?

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Farmer — Appraising Before the Internet

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Farmer — Appraising Before the Internet

Ken Farmer reflects upon appraising at ROADSHOW back in the early 2000s.

Digital Short: Farmer — Appraising Before the Internet

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Ken Farmer — John Lehman Stoneware Jug, ca. 1870

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Ken Farmer — John Lehman Stoneware Jug, ca. 1870

Ken Farmer recollects a memorable face jug he discovered with Carl Crossman in 2001.

Segment: Ken Farmer — John Lehman Stoneware Jug, ca. 1870

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Rafael Eledge — Rev. War British Cartridge Box

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Rafael Eledge — Rev. War British Cartridge Box

Rafael Eledge remembers his exciting Revolutionary War-era discovery in Boston in 2012.

Segment: Rafael Eledge — Rev. War British Cartridge Box

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Colleene Fesko — 1896 Frederic Remington Portrait

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Colleene Fesko — 1896 Frederic Remington Portrait

Colleene Fesko remembers her favorite Frederic Remington, from Birmingham in 2014.

Segment: Colleene Fesko — 1896 Frederic Remington Portrait

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Ken Gloss — Walt Whitman Civil War Letter

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Ken Gloss — Walt Whitman Civil War Letter

Ken Gloss gets excited about a Walt Whitman letter he got to see — and touch.

Segment: Ken Gloss — Walt Whitman Civil War Letter

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Paul Hartquist — 1914 Patek Philippe Pocket Watch

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Paul Hartquist — 1914 Patek Philippe Pocket Watch

Paul Hartquist talks about the wonderful watch he found in Bismarck in 2004.

Segment: Paul Hartquist — 1914 Patek Philippe Pocket Watch

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Wes Cowan — Samuel Mudd Marquetry Box

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Wes Cowan — Samuel Mudd Marquetry Box

Wes Cowan recollects the inlaid box made by Samuel Mudd he found in Denver in 2000.

Segment: Wes Cowan — Samuel Mudd Marquetry Box

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Eric Silver — Rodin "Eternal Spring" Bronze

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Eric Silver — Rodin "Eternal Spring" Bronze

Eric Silver remembers the magnificent Rodin bronze he found in Fort Worth in 2016.

Segment: Eric Silver — Rodin "Eternal Spring" Bronze

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Silver — Sculpture Process with Artist

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Silver — Sculpture Process with Artist

Learn more about the artistic and technical process behind bronze sculpture.

Digital Short: Silver — Sculpture Process with Artist

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Hartqusit — More About Patek Philippe

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Hartqusit — More About Patek Philippe

Paul Hartquist explains what's so special about premium watchmaker Patek Philippe.

Digital Short: Hartqusit — More About Patek Philippe

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Digital Short: Keno — Why Brown is Down

Antiques Roadshow

Digital Short: Keno — Why Brown is Down

Leigh Keno explains why the value of so much brown furniture has recently declined.

Digital Short: Keno — Why Brown is Down

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Noel Barrett — Heyde Buffalo Bill Wild West Set

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Noel Barrett — Heyde Buffalo Bill Wild West Set

Noel Barrett recollects a Buffalo Bill Wild West set that wandered into Providence in 2005

Segment: Noel Barrett — Heyde Buffalo Bill Wild West Set

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Grant Zahajko — 1969 "Beach Bomb" Prototype

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Grant Zahajko — 1969 "Beach Bomb" Prototype

Grant Zahajko remembers the best Hot Wheels vehicle he's ever seen up close.

Segment: Grant Zahajko — 1969 "Beach Bomb" Prototype

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Catherine Williamson — Wizard of Oz Script

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Catherine Williamson — Wizard of Oz Script

Catherine Williamson shares the story of auctioning an original Wizard of Oz script.

Segment: Catherine Williamson — Wizard of Oz Script

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Jill Burgum — Tiffany Necklace, ca. 1905

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Jill Burgum — Tiffany Necklace, ca. 1905

Jill Burgum remembers an exquisite Tiffany necklace she appraised in 2012.

Segment: Jill Burgum — Tiffany Necklace, ca. 1905

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: Arlie Sulka — Tiffany Studios Helmet Lamp, ca. 1905

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Arlie Sulka — Tiffany Studios Helmet Lamp, ca. 1905

Arlie Sulka remembers an emotional Tiffany discovery she made in Tampa in 1999.

Segment: Arlie Sulka — Tiffany Studios Helmet Lamp, ca. 1905

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Segment: John Buxton — Navajo Ute First Phase Blanket

Antiques Roadshow

Segment: John Buxton — Navajo Ute First Phase Blanket

John Buxton remembers ROADSHOW's first "national treasure" moment.

Segment: John Buxton — Navajo Ute First Phase Blanket

Video thumbnail: Antiques Roadshow Preview: "Extraordinary Finds"

Antiques Roadshow

Preview: "Extraordinary Finds"

Watch a preview of "Extraordinary Finds" — ROADSHOW's special 500th Episode!

Preview: "Extraordinary Finds"