Part mystery, part history lesson, and part treasure hunt, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is the most-watched primetime series on public television. From 1997, when the series debuted, through 2007, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW producers crisscrossed the United States, taping appraisals of close to a million objects in nearly 100 road trips and 66 cities. The program has attracted a wide-ranging audience, including parents and children of all ages.
Since 1996 the Treasure Hunters Roadshow has visited hundreds of cities throughout the United States and Canada, and we are now expanding into all of Europe. Treasure Hunters Roadshow represents thousands of private collectors around the world who are actively seeking items for their collections of antiques and collectibles. Collectors are very serious about their hobby; so serious that they will pay a lot of money for the items they are looking for. Nearly all coins, vintage jewelry, musical instruments and toys made prior to 1965 are highly sought after by collectors.
The difference: Antiques Roadshow is a free event to attend and you’re not given the opportunity to sell your items on the spot, however, you will get experienced appraisals and a rich lesson in history on the items you share with them.
Treasure Hunters Roadshow, a traveling event where you can sell your items, has a similar approach to exploring your treasures, but don’t expect to get face value for your items if you decide to sell on the spot, the company needs to make money too.
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