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Episode 612

  • Aired: 03/31/2016
  • 26:49
  • Rating: NR
First, an elaborate Japanese screen with horses – did the collector pay too much? Appraisers rave: a German pull-toy and wagon, a bronze stencil used in the seafood trade in St. Mary’s County, an early 1900’s train set in mint condition, and autographed Stepin Fechit postcards. Plus, a prominent Baltimore socialite’s Civil War diary. Appraiser Highlight: antique bronzes.
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German pull-toy and wagon; early 1900’s train set; Japanese screen with horses.
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