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ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: Los Angeles (Hour 1)
Antiques Roadshow
Aired:
06/02/2008
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It's perfect timing at ANTIQUES ROADSHOW in Los Angeles, California, when independent appraiser Sean Delaney of Delaney's Antique Clocks spots this circa 1785 Massachusetts shelf clock.It's perfect timing at ANTIQUES ROADSHOW in Los Angeles, California, when independent appraiser Sean Delaney of Delaney's Antique Clocks spots this circa 1785 Massachusetts shelf clock.

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Los Angeles (Hour One)

Aired Monday, June 2 at 8:00 p.m. on CPTV

When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW cruises into Los Angeles, California, host Mark L. Walberg hits the beach with appraiser Gary Sohmers for a surfing collectibles safari. At the Los Angeles Convention Center, appraisers are stoked as waves of gnarly finds come rolling in, including a rare 18th-century Goanese ivory doll; a Russian porcelain charger made for the Romanov imperial family; and a circa 1785 Massachusetts shelf clock — built by Aaron Willard, brother of the renowned clockmaker Simon Willard — that has wended its way through six generations of the owner's family, with an estimated value of $125,000 to $150,000. more on this program...


 
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