I'm excited to see the discoveries people from the region brought in for PBS's Antique's Roadshow last year.
A "folk art", carved wooden devil bought for $10 which survived a flooded basement, valued at $4000-$5000
A Louisville Slugger bat used in a game in 1960 by Roberto Clemente and signed by the baseball legend. Valued at $25,000
A First Edition set by Charles Darwin brought in by a West Virgina man valued at $284,000
A Rockwell Kent Painting valued at $150,000 -$200,000
A 17th century Chinese carved rhinoceros horn cup bought for $1, valued at $350,000 - $400,000
Story in The Pittsburgh Post Gazette
8 p.m. Monday on WQED, Channel 13