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15 January 2012 - by ArtfixDaily Staff
An upcoming episode of "America's Lost Treasure" will be shot at the Winterthur Museum in Delaware.
(Winterther Museum, Garden & Library)
Joining the ever widening ranks of television shows centered on the idea that a family heirloom may in fact be of profound historical significance, not to mention be worth a bundle, is National Geographic’s “America’s Lost Treasure.“
The ten-episode series is a sort of hybrid of the PBS classic, “Antiques Roadshow,” and the Keno brothers’ “Buried Treasure.” Like the Roadshow, it travels from city to city; the show just finished filming in Kansas City and is still to visit Philadelphia, PA, Winterthur, DE and Detroit, MI.
Episodes are set to start airing on the National Geographic Channel come April.
Unlike the “Antiques Roadshow,” “America’s Lost Treasure” takes place at a top museum in the city in which they are visiting.
Each episode focuses on only five to six items, providing a detailed account of the objects, and the viewer is brought along for the whole investigation.
But if the items have already made it into a museum, haven't they been "found"?? Looking forward to watching. All these antiques shows allow me to get back at my Dear Husband for watching sports all the time LOL.