'Antiques Roadshow': Most Valuable Find Ever

PBS's "Antiques Roadshow" had not seen an appraisal like this in its 16 years of production. A man arrived at the Tulsa Convention Center in Oklahoma Saturday with five Chinese, carved cups and learned the set, made from rhinoceros horn, was valued at more than $1 million, the highest evaluation in the show's history. "As each one came out of the box, my jaw started to drop a little more," appraiser Lark Mason told ABC News Tulsa affiliate KTUL. "[They] are worth between $1,000,000 and...Full Story
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