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Antiques Roadshow: Baltimore, Md. - Hour Three

At "Antiques Roadshow" in Baltimore, Maryland, this woman presents a violin and bow her husband acquired from a local violin shop in Washington, DC. Appraiser Fred Oster of Vintage Instruments, Inc. recognizes the instrument’s unique construction and materials as the work of Nicolas Lupot. The accompanying bow is identified as a 19th-century piece by Dominique Peccatte, one of the most influential bow makers in history. Together, violin and bow make beautiful music to the tune of $140,000 and $20,000 respectively.
Jeff Dunn for WGBH
At "Antiques Roadshow" in Baltimore, Maryland, this woman presents a violin and bow her husband acquired from a local violin shop in Washington, DC. Appraiser Fred Oster of Vintage Instruments, Inc. recognizes the instrument’s unique construction and materials as the work of Nicolas Lupot. The accompanying bow is identified as a 19th-century piece by Dominique Peccatte, one of the most influential bow makers in history. Together, violin and bow make beautiful music to the tune of $140,000 and $20,000 respectively.

Airs Monday, March 22, 2010 at 8 p.m. on KPBS TV

"Antiques Roadshow" caps its sojourn in Baltimore, Maryland, at Geppi's Entertainment Museum, where appraiser Phil Weiss gives host Mark L. Walberg a collector's eye view of comic strip art. At the Baltimore Convention Center, "Roadshow" draws a wide array of objects, including a magnificent bench crafted by master woodworker George Nakashima; a unique two-sided painting by B.J.O. Nordfelt; and a rare violin made in 1798 by renowned French violinmaker Nicolas Lupot, accompanied by a bow crafted in the style of Dominique Peccatte, one of the most influential bow makers in history. Together, violin and bow make beautiful music, to the tune of $140,000 and $20,000 respectively.

"Antiques Roadshow" in San Diego

"Antiques Roadshow" is coming to San Diego and now is the time to apply for tickets and submit pictures of your furniture! You must have a ticket to attend. You can apply for tickets to the San Diego show by visiting pbs.org/roadshow/tickets.

Ticket recipients are selected from all eligible applicants by random drawing. Tickets will not be available at the door. Each ticket holder may bring two objects for appraisal. The deadline for online ticket applications is 11:59pm ET, Monday, April 19, 2010. Postcard ticket applications must be received by Monday, April 19, 2010.

In addition, if you live within 50 miles of San Diego and have a piece of furniture you'd like "Roadshow" to consider, send in your submission! Visit pbs.org/roadshow/furniture for more information.

If your furniture is selected, "Antiques Roadshow" will notify you by telephone to arrange transportation of your furniture to and from the event and you will also automatically receive a pair of tickets to the event.

Good luck! And see you on June 12 at "Antiques Roadshow" in San Diego!

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