'Antiques Roadshow' Mistakenly Values School Art Project

What was believed to be a late 19th-century sculpture was instead an Oregon woman's high school art project.
0:31 | 05/10/16

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Lara we all know it pays to brake for yard sale thanks you every know Alan men. You hit a speed by take a look at this sculpture recently appraised on the PBS show antique road show. What it's experts saw great value in this space saying it was from the late. Nineteenth century to be worth as much as. 50000 dollars. But someone recognized it as there are high school art project now yeah. They looks. Priceless to somebody's mom did I. Just say.

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