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Episode 605

  • Aired: 02/04/2016
  • 26:48
  • Rating: NR
First, a cannon-like punt gun used on the Chesapeake to hunt geese. Next, a document signed by Duke Alexis of Russia of the 19th C. Imperial Royal family. There’s a stunning painting by Hermann Simon, an elaborate Japanese Satsuma vase and two lovely illustrations by fashion artist Nadja Merino. Feature: a TV preservationist fascinates with his collection of local TV memorabilia.
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Episode 605
Chesapeake punt gun; 19th C Russian Royalty signature; exquisite Japanese vase.
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Major Funding for Chesapeake Collectibles: Howard County Tourism and Promotion, Turf Valley, Alex Cooper, and Cosmetic & Advanced Dentistry.
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