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Antiques Roadshow: Pittsburgh, Pa. - Hour Three

Airs Monday, February 27, 2012 at 8 p.m. on KPBS TV

Above: A stunning 1946 oil painting by Rockwell Kent. The painting was inherited from the owners’ grandmother, who purchased it the year it was painted. The owners also inherited a letter from Kent to their grandmother.Without the accompanying letter, the painting would be worth $100,000-$150,000. However, with the letter, appraiser Alan Fausel values the two items between $150,000-$250,000.

In Pittsburgh, host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Arlie Sulka at the Carnegie Museum of Art to explore the striking, vibrantly colored vases, bottles and jars made by glass master Maurice Marinot.

Behind the Scenes in Pittsburgh

View photos from "Roadshow's" visit to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Saturday, August 13, 2011.

Roadshow Furniture Roundup

"Antiques Roadshow" is now accepting furniture submissions for the 2012 Tour!

Highlights include a collection of correspondence between members of the Kennedy family and JFK’s former personal secretary; a circa 1928 Art Deco jade sapphire ring; and a 1946 oil painting by Rockwell Kent, along with an inherited letter from the artist, valued at $150,000 to $250,000.

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Antiques Roadshow: 1946 Rockwell Kent "Land of Peace" Oil

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Above: In a preview from "Antiques Roadshow's" visit to Pittsburgh (Hour 3), Alan Fausel appraises a 1946 Rockwell Kent oil on canvas, titled, "Land of Peace," which was accompanied by an explanatory, and perhaps slightly political, letter from the artist — a well-known pacifist.


Web-Exclusive Video: The Pittsburgh Feedback Booth

Above: Guests from Pittsburgh share their family secrets, or at least their family heirlooms, in the ROADSHOW feedback booth.


Roadshow Web-Exclusive Appraisal: Railroad Posters & Prints

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Above: In this "Roadshow" web exclusive from Pittsburgh, the owner of a collection of railroad posters and prints has no problem getting on board with Nicho Lowery's appraisal estimate for the group.

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