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Chesapeake Collectibles: Season 10
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Chesapeake Collectibles looks at the treasures you may have in your attic, your garage or at your grandmother's house. It's an educational and fun half-hour that searches for and unveils some of the most fascinating antiques and treasures found across our Chesapeake region.

Hosted by MPT's own star, Rhea Feikin, Chesapeake Collectibles also includes short features on some of the region's most notable collections.

  • Repeats Saturday Nights 7:30pm MPT2


Season Finale: August 10, 2020 (Repeat Sat, Aug 15, MPT2)

Episode Description

War of 1812 Rifles, Carl Schor Seahorse Jewelry, Historic AME Church Poster, Pheasant Art Lamp, John Glenn Memorabilia.


Premiere date: August 3, 2020

Episode Description

Delilah W. Pierce paintings, beaded Native American beaded belt, rare Nazi officer’s dagger, Sicily & North Africa WWII art maps, well-worn but well-loved Persian rug. Highlight: Opals & heritage jewelry- who needs diamonds?


Premiere date: March 16, 2020

Episode Description

Pristine-looking baseball card collection including Hall of Famers like Roberto Clemente, Roger Maris, Mickey Mantle and more. Unusual art nouveau Moorcroft pottery, miniature Mission-style furniture, Print of soldier by Clyde Forsythe from WWI, panoramic military photo of the famous 29th Divsion, including many Maryland soldiers, Feature: One woman's collection of memorabilia of Orioles star Brooks Robinson, winner of 16 Golden Gloves.


Premiere date: March 9, 2020

Episode Description

Memorabilia from Viola Smith, a famous woman drummer from an all girl band from the 1940 - 60"s. Original sketches by Talbot County artist John Moll for James Michener's seminal book Chesapeake. Dramatic print by African-American artist Charles White, and a Winchester rifle. Highlight: Surprising value of book dust covers by famous artists.


Premiere date: March 2, 2020

Episode Description

Belle Of Baltimore Elizabeth Bonaparte's jewels and memorabilia, collectibles from founder of the Univ. of Maryland, Chinese baby clothes from boyhood in Shanghai, elaborate Meerschaum pipe, Civil War pistol.


Premiere date: February 24, 2020

Episode Description

An autographed painting of Teddy Roosevelt, exquisite early 1900’s luminous blue vase, German beer stein, antique ceremonial sword. Highlight: Appraisers Lisa Speckheuer and Lex Reeves with tips on how -- and what -- to insure against damage to antiques.


Premiere date: February 17, 2020

Episode Description

18TH karat gold watch; rotating “wine” table for post-hunt revels; Marvel “Slugger” toy counting machine; Turkish brass brassier; aviation medal; memorabilia from the USS IOWA-- an important battleship during WWII and after. Feature: Master antique clockmaker and collector.


Premiere date: February 10, 2020

Episode Description

Very rare newspaper from siege of Vicksburg; outlandishly decorated drinking horn; congressional illustrations from a master sketch artist; and models of the Ark & Dove which brought colonists to Maryland in early 1633. Feature: Clara Barton’s search for thousands of missing Civil War soldiers.


Premiere date: February 3, 2020

Episode Description

An ornate antique pocket knife worth thousands; quirky Japanese dolls from post-WWII American occupation; a rare hand-woven Scandinavian tapestry; apparently fraudulent paintings signed by Picasso & Degas. “MA BELL” C&P memorabilia – and yes, includes a gold watch. Highlight: Appraiser Pamela Cole: Fakes vs Reproductions.


Premiere date: January 27, 2020

Episode Description

18th Century elegiac embroidery worth thousands, dramatic 1852 painting of whaling ships – with a puzzle. African-American Staffordshire statues . Cast iron 1930’s toys. An antique edition of Ingoldsby Legends.


Premiere date: January 20, 2020

Episode Description

Photograph of Beatles, signed by Fab Four on their 1964 US Tour. Prominent German family memorabilia, including exquisite candlesticks. Classic Baltimore Album Quilt. Rare Filipino Bugle.


Premiere date: January 13, 2020

Episode Description

Bruce Crane nature painting, 19th C. Russian silver coffee set, 19th C. gold & diamond ladies pocket watch, classic Winchester rifles. Appraiser Highlight: Ready to sell?


Premiere date: January 6, 2020

Episode Description

SEASON 10 PREMIERE! NASA Photographer’s collection with John Glenn in-space relic - one of the series highest valued collections. An ancestor’s ball gown worn to dance with Pres. George Washington in 1791. $5K painting salvaged from trash, and rare local jazz memorabilia.

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Major funding for Season 10 of Chesapeake Collectibles is provided by Alex Cooper Auctioneers, Inc., and the generous members of Maryland Public Television.

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