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LPB Antiques Honest | 2001



This program from March 5, 2001, options the value determinations from the LPB Antiques Honest in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It consists of the value determinations for the next gadgets: a Louis XVI mirror; a Tiffany daffodil lamp; a Civil Warfare-era ambrotype; a silver epergne; a French ornamental vase; a copy of a Civil Warfare newspaper; a Navajo rug; a dance certificates; an early 20th century ; an Eastlake mattress; a Wallace Nutting ; a Japanese vase; a coin silver sugar and creamer set; Coushatta Indian baskets; a Louis XV desk; an English Regency chair; fore edge books; a Tiffany peacock mirror; an English desk and American candle stand; sugar nippers; switch ware; a silver presentation cup; Japanese woodblock prints; tribal rugs; an early version of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”; a 19th century stitching caddy; and a daguerreotype and tintype. The appraisers embody: Robert Smith of Au Vieux Paris Antiques; Cary Lengthy of Goudeau Antiques; Eugene Groves, a collector; Pat Bacot, the previous curator of the LSU Museum of Artwork; Gail Weeks of Gail Weeks Antiques; A. E. Probst, collector; Sarkis Kaltakdjian of Sarkis’ Oriental Rugs; Douglas Wink, collector; and Elaine Smyth of the LSU Libraries. Host: Beth Courtney

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