Antiques Roadshow

Portland, Or - Hour 3

Season 9, Episode 15 of 17

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW concludes its sojourn on the banks of the Columbia River in Portland, Oregon, where appraisers at the Oregon Convention Center net a catch of fascinating objects, including a traditionally carved Hawaiian koa wood bowl so large it probably belonged to royalty - and is such a magnificent specimen of ancient craftsmanship, even the repaired cracks increase its value; a 1904 dog show trophy whose art nouveau hammered copper, silver and stag horn composition makes it a very distinguished thrift store find; and an original print of the map that revolutionized our understanding of the American landscape - the Lewis and Clark report of 1814 - conservatively valued today at $45,000.

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