In June 2012 the WGBH-produced Antiques Roadshow came home to Boston and set up shop in the Convention Center in Boston's South End. Get a glimpse behind the scenes with WGBH News reporter Jared Bowen, and find out the appraisal amount of several items brought in by WGBH members and staff.
Appraiser Colleene Fesko and Mayor Thomas M. Menino with a 1948 Aldro Hibbard oil painting. (Photo: Jeffrey Dunn)
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Local stories from Antiques Roadshow in Boston
Items owned by Ralph Lowell appraised.
Watch a video of Amy Lowell, granddaughter of WGBH
founder Ralph Lowell, visiting the Antiques Roadshow
with some of her grandfather's items.
Get a top-to-bottom look at how Antiques Roadshow comes together
with WGBH's Jared Bowen
, and get the inside scoop from the show’s crew and appraisers about what it takes to actually make it on the show…or what happens when you don’t.
reporter Ibby Caputo learned from her father that Perry Como wanted all his fans to have a little piece of him, so his estate was auctioned off. Appraisers at Antiques Roadshow tell her how much her father's piece of Mr. Como is worth
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