Features a rare Maryland Rose Wreath Quilt; a Pearl Harbor Purple Heart; a personal letter signed by Ossie Davis; and a vintage Gibson Firebird Guitar.
Excited young sisters bring objects found with their new metal detector; a painting by a famous British artist that was bought for .50 cents; a Native American cradle board; and a signed Peanuts cartoon worth tens of thousands.
Treasures include a Russian Tiffany cloisonné Tea Caddy; Picker checks from Anne Arundel; a Chinese painting; a Springfield musket from 1795; and a previously unknown painting by a famous American artist.
Collectibles include a rare Civil War Colt revolver; a Maryland arrest warrant from 1786; a Navaho rug; a photo signed by Neil Armstrong; and garage sale jewelry that includes real diamonds and rubies.
Collectibles include a valuable French oil painting bought at the Salvation Army; a bottle of 19th Century Baltimore-brewed rye whiskey; Edgar Allen Poe’s Mask of the Red Death, first publication; an exquisite Japanese writing box.
Rare collectibles include the last baseball Cal Ripken signed at Camden yards as an Oriole; Chinese Mandarin badges; gold-gilt Russian nesting dolls; a puzzling painting possibly by a famous artist.
Amazing collections include: a solid gold 19th century European clutch purse; a performance contract signed by Janis Joplin; African American World War II recruitment posters; a Herter inlaid table, furniture-maker for the Victorian rich.
On the road at the Avalon Theater in Easton: authenticated letter signed by Gen. Robert E. Lee; a very rare early Lionel train car; a thank you noted signed by Amelia Earhart after her trans-Atlantic flight; a rare painting by an illustrator for the Saturday Evening Post.
This episode literally sparkles with a 2 karat diamond ring, authentic Baltimore folkart, a letter signed by Teddy Roosevelt, a British sterling silver basket crafted by a master, a rare Baltimore riot poster, and a painting signed by a known European artist that raises a question of fraud.