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ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: Vintage Louisville 2021 - Hour 1

Kevin Zavian (left) appraises a George Prior triple-cased pocket watch, ca. 1810, in Louisville, Ky. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Vintage Louisville 2021, Hour 1” premieres Monday, March 22 at 8/7C p.m. on PBS.
Photo by Jeff Dunn for WBGH, (c) WGBH 2021
Kevin Zavian (left) appraises a George Prior triple-cased pocket watch, ca. 1810, in Louisville, Ky. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Vintage Louisville 2021, Hour 1” premieres Monday, March 22 at 8/7C p.m. on PBS.

Stream or tune in Monday, March 22, 2021 at 8 p.m. on KPBS TV + Wednesday, March 24 at 8 p.m. on KPBS 2

It’s a year of innovation ahead at ANTIQUES ROADSHOW with celebratory Season 25 featuring new episodes and specials airing in 2021!

Giddy-up to Derby City for updated Season 12 appraisals including a Dirk Van Erp lamp from around 1910, a J. Falter "Listening to the Sea" illustration, and a 1919 Cincinnati Reds championship baseball.

One is now valued at $150,000-$200,000!

Alan Fausel (right) appraises a Paul Sawyier watercolor, ca. 1900, in Louisville, Ky. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Vintage Louisville 2021, Hour 1” premieres Monday, March 22 at 8/7C p.m. on PBS.
Photo by Jeff Dunn for WBGH, (c) WGBH 2021
Alan Fausel (right) appraises a Paul Sawyier watercolor, ca. 1900, in Louisville, Ky. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Vintage Louisville 2021, Hour 1” premieres Monday, March 22 at 8/7C p.m. on PBS.
Colleene Fesko (left) appraises a 1927 Edward Volkert "Avon Hills Pasture" oil in Louisville, Ky. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Vintage Louisville 2021, Hour 1” premieres Monday, March 22 at 8/7C p.m. on PBS.
Photo by Jeff Dunn for WBGH, (c) WGBH 2021
Colleene Fesko (left) appraises a 1927 Edward Volkert "Avon Hills Pasture" oil in Louisville, Ky. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Vintage Louisville 2021, Hour 1” premieres Monday, March 22 at 8/7C p.m. on PBS.

What's New for 2021

Full of intriguing energy and interest, three specials are reimagined into the first-ever ANTIQUES ROADSHOW celebrity episodes. The special celebrity series will share stories of each celebrity’s favorite items — their personal treasures — inherited, gifted, and collected by them, as ROADSHOW experts go into their homes to share knowledge, appraising and giving insights into what they own, providing an opportunity to explore history through their personal stories.

Also in Season 25, a documentary-style multi-platform special giving viewers a behind-the-scenes look at what happened to some of ROADSHOW’s most famous finds after the TV cameras left town.

These exciting shows will be joined by a host of themed-specials and fan-favorite Vintage episodes—a winning combination for this enduring show, the most-watched ongoing PBS series!

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