Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Francis Wahlgren beckon ANTIQUES ROADSHOW fans to Baltimore, Maryland,'s Edgar Allen Poe House and Museum - where Poe composed some of his first short stories - to learn the tell-tale details that determine the value of Poe literary works. At the Baltimore Convention Center, ROADSHOW appraisers usher in unique and personal finds, including a World Championship jacket worn by Colts legend Johnny Unitas; a rare 18th-century embroidered English men's vest; and a painting - nearly stepped on while its owner rummaged through an attic - by renowned impressionist landscape artist W. L. Metcalf, valued at $150,000.
More Full Episodes
Santa Clara, CA | Hour 1Birmingham, AL | Hour 3Birmingham, AL | Hour 2Birmingham, AL | Hour 1Bismarck, ND | Hour 3Bismarck, ND | Hour 2Bismarck, ND | Hour 1Austin, Hour 3Special | Celebrating Black AmericanaAustin, Hour 2Austin, Hour 1New York City | Hour 3New York City | Hour 2New York City | Hour 1Special | Manor House TreasuresSpecial | The Boomer YearsJunk in the Trunk 4, Hour 2Junk in the Trunk 4, Hour 1Jacksonville, Hour 3Jacksonville, Hour 2Jacksonville, Hour 1
Holly is on a mission to get to know more Vermonters, what inspires them, what makes them tick, and to learn how Vermont PBS can better serve. Watch the video...
Original series, specials, documentaries and web shows produced by Vermont PBS