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ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: Myrtle Beach, S.C.- Hour Two

Airs Monday, August 31, 2015 at 9 p.m. on KPBS TV

Credit: Courtesy of Jeffrey Dunn

Above: A guest with her Abraham Lincoln letter.

On January 7, 2013 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, PBS’s most-watched primetime series, returns for Season 17 with its signature cross-country treasure hunt and another million-dollar discovery.

Behind the Scenes in Myrtle Beach

On Saturday, June 23, 2012, ROADSHOW took a trip to the beach — Myrtle Beach, South Carolina — where we saw fun in the sun and found some amazing antiques. View the slideshow

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Things We Commonly See

These objects are all things our experts see loads of in their travels throughout the country. Take a look — maybe you'll learn a thing or two about an antique in your attic!

With 21 brand new episodes and six newly-restored episodes of “Vintage Roadshow,” ROADSHOW shares history through America’s untold stories. Host Mark L. Walberg welcomes viewers to join the journey through attics and basements, garage sales and dumpsters.

"Myrtle Beach, S.C." (Hour Two) - In the latest Most Wanted segment, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW investigates a story about stolen art from South Carolina's Hobcaw Barony estate with appraiser Debra Force and a former FBI agent.

Discoveries from ROADSHOW's visit to Myrtle Beach include an 1860 letter signed by Abraham Lincoln, a gift of crystals from Marilyn Monroe and an 1850s South Carolina sword valued at $30,000-$40,000.

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ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: 1860 Abraham Lincoln Signed Letter

In Myrtle Beach (Hour Two), Martin Gammon appraises 1860 Abraham Lincoln-signed letters.

ROADSHOW'S Most Wanted: Hobcaw Barony

In Myrtle Beach (Hour 2), host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Debra J. Force investigate a story about stolen art from South Carolina's Hobcaw Barony estate.

Appraisal: South Carolina Sword, ca. 1850

In Myrtle Beach (Hour 2), Christopher Mitchell appraises a South Carolina sword, ca. 1850.

Appraisal: Pair of Loring Globes, ca. 1850

Watch Donald Wilson's appraisal of a pair of Loring globes, ca. 1850, in Myrtle Beach (Hour 2).

Appraisal: Martin & Coupa Guitar, ca. 1845

Watch Jim Baggett's appraisal of a Martin & Coupa guitar, ca. 1845, in Myrtle Beach (Hour 2).

"Appraise It Yourself" Play-Along Game

Calling all armchair appraisers: we know you love to guess values during ROADSHOW—now we’ve made it even more fun to play along with the show! Introducing the new ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Appraise it Yourself” play-along game! Learn more at

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