Antiques Roadshow

Colonial Williamsburg, Hour 2

Season 26 Episode 14 | 52m 27s | Video has closed captioning.

Discover more standout treasures from Colonial Williamsburg, including a Tony Walton "Mary Poppins" design sketch, an astronaut signed Mercury Project book, and a Gallet flying officer "Red Tail" chronograph. Which one is up to $100,000?

Aired: 05/16/22

Expires: 05/15/26

Rating: NR

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