Appraisers talk with participants about their possessions, assessing the value and history of items ranging from art, antique furniture, pottery, and more. A KET production.
All Past Episodes
20:29 | #610
Experts appraise 19th-century Japanese woodblocks, Ivan Wilson watercolors, and a WWI archive of various items.
25:16 | #609
Experts appraise a 19th-century transferware platter, Melody Maker and Archtop Gibson guitars, Gorham sterling flatware, and an early Kentucky road sign.
22:25 | #608
Experts appraise a WWII sweetheart necklace, a Zsolnay vase, and Wilhelm Bauer watercolors.
23:57 | #607
Expert appraisers examine a Philadelphia Revival Pie Crust Table and the Collectibles crew visits the Athens Schoolhouse Antiques Show.
24:15 | #606
Expert appraisers examine 1920s amethyst jewelry and an Edward Curtis orotone. Plus, the Collectibles crew visits the Owensboro Fine Art Museum for a look at their extensive folk art collection.
25:08 | #605
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a heirloom horse blanket and a 19th Century Chatelaine Collection. Plus, the Kentucky Collectibles crew goes on the road for a tour of the downtown Paducah antiques district.
23:23 | #604
More appraisals from the 2017 Collectibles fair in Paducah. Plus, a showcase of the life and extraordinary work of renowned Kentucky artist Helen LaFrance.
22:41 | #603
The Kentucky Collectibles crew travels to Northern Kentucky to get tips from Bryson Estates on navigating the appraisal process. Also, a 1958 Gretsch Country Gentleman Guitar is appraised - hear the story behind this special instrument.
25:00 | #602
Expert appraisers evaluate rare Paducah crockery and an unique folk art boat radio. Plus, the Collectibles crew explores the antiques scene in Midway.
26:23 | #601
Expert appraisers examine a late 19th century woven horse bridle, republic period Chinese Jade bowls, and a Louis Comfort Tiffany collection worth thousands!
26:10 | #510
Vintage instrument appraiser Mike Reeder concludes his interview with long-time friend and blues-rock guitar titan, Joe Bonamassa. This time, Joe discusses his most prized guitar in his amazing collection.
26:25 | #509
Host Amy Hess and the Kentucky Collectibles crew travel to Maysville for a look at the Kathleen Savage Browning Miniatures Collection.
26:00 | #508
Vintage instrument appraiser Mike Reeder discusses the current state of guitar collecting with long-time friend and blues-rock guitar titan, Joe Bonamassa.
29:15 | #507
Host Amy Hess and the Kentucky Collectibles crew travel to Cincinnati for a tour of Wooden Nickel Antiques.
27:40 | #506
Our expert appraisers take a look at a reproduction Thomas Edison light bulb and a Civil War bowie knife with a fascinating Kentucky connection.
28:03 | #505
Our expert appraisers examine a rare piece of Pillin pottery and Kentucky Collectibles host Amy Hess takes a tour of Duncan Tavern in Paris.
24:27 | #504
A friend of famed artist Harlan Hubbard learns more about her collection of his paintings.
24:51 | #503
Expert appraisers examine historic Rookwood pottery and lunar landscape purchased for 10 cents gets a much larger price tag!
25:08 | #502
The 5th season of Kentucky Collectibles continues with an appraisal of a Martin Ukulele passed down through a family for generations and some heirloom jewelry that once went missing!
27:36 | #501
In the Season 5 opener, new appraisals and stories from Northern Kentucky include a priceless piece of American history: a telegram from Martin Luther King Jr.
20:59 | #413
A look back at some of our favorite moments from the fourth season of Kentucky Collectibles.
25:53 | #412
This special edition of Kentucky Collectibles, Grammy Award-winning country music artist Vince Gill sits down with vintage instrument appraiser Mike Reeder to talk about some special guitars from Gill's storied collection, reminisce about his early years in Kentucky, and share a few other musical memories.
24:58 | #411
Expert appraisers evaluate a Gibson Dot Neck guitar worth thousands.
23:40 | #410
Expert appraisers examine a collection of John C. Breckinridge memorabilia. Plus, the Collectibles crew visits the Antique Boat Center in Cincinnati where old and new techniques are used to bring classic boats back to life.
26:08 | #409
An 1840 graphite portrait with a Kentucky connection is appraised and host Amy Hess travels to Eastern Kentucky for a look at Antique and Modern Jewelry in Middlesboro.
23:46 | #408
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a civil war diary and a 19th Century fish mount. Host Amy Hess visits the Nostalgia Station Toy Train Museum in Versailles.
24:19 | #407
A guest gets surprising news about her diamond anniversary watch. Plus, the Kentucky Collectibles crew goes on the road to learn more about the antiques district in downtown Paducah.
24:57 | #406
Expert appraisers examine a Kentucky basketball from the "Fab 5" era and the Collectibles crew takes a trip to downtown Harrodsburg to visit J. Sampson Antiques and Books.
23:33 | #405
An iconic American firearm that's been passed down through a Kentucky family for generations is examined and host Amy Hess visits Route 7's Antique Alley in Letcher County.
24:47 | #404
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a Carl Brenner painting and Newcomb College Pottery. Host Amy Hess goes on the road to the Oxford Antique Market in Scott County.
26:10 | #403
Expert appraisers examine one of earliest pieces of Kentucky cast iron and Amy Hess takes us on a tour of Paris' downtown antiques district.
26:22 | #402
Expert appraisers examine a 19th Century Chinese Ivory Card Case and a 1960 Barbie including its collection of clothes and accessories. Plus, host Amy Hess talks with Kentucky's First Lady, Jane Beshear, about the collectibles found in the Governor's Mansion.
25:13 | #401
The "Sword of Perryville" is examined and evaluated as well a collection of antique Kentucky bourbon bottles found in the garbage.
43:25 | #313
A look back at some of our favorite moments from the third season of Kentucky Collectibles.
27:30 | #312
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a collection of American firearms with a stunning price tag and Kentucky coin silver.
25:25 | #311
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of an Italian manicuring set worth thousands of dollars and a pair of 19th century powder horns.
24:00 | #310
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of an Abraham Lincoln appointment document and Kentucky frontier artifacts.
26:30 | #309
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of an Edward Curtis orotone and a German sporting rifle.
26:30 | #308
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a 19th century Chinese cinnabar and a California Gold Rush letter.
28:30 | #307
Expert appraisers examine a Kentucky sugar chest and a 19th Century primitive oil painting.
25:40 | #306
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a Pan-American commemorative quilt.
23:52 | #305
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a Currier and Ives Civil War memorial. The Kentucky Collectibles crew travel to Nashville for a look at former Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist, Ed King's stunning guitar collection.
26:50 | #304
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a 1940's Gibson ukulele and an American Long Rifle with a stunning value! Plus, learn more about the Frazier History Museum in downtown Louisville.
25:18 | #303
Expert appraisers examine treasures including a 1940's Gibson guitar, a high school yearbook autographed by Elvis Presley, and a couple of antique cars with heartwarming family story behind them.
26:52 | #302
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a collection of Victorian mourning items, Kentucky college sports memorabilia, and a 1911 Colt Single Action revolver.
25:50 | #301
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a Harvey Joiner painting and a signed Neil Armstrong photograph. Amy Hess travels to the Kentucky Folk Art Center in Morehead for a look at the Chester Cornett rocking chair exhibit.
25:06 | #207
Learn about the history and value of a Benjamin Mills rifle and host Dave Shuffett goes privy digging in search of treasures.
58:43 | #299
A look back at some of our favorite moments from the second season of Kentucky Collectibles.
27:51 | #206
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a piece of Conway Twitty space memorabilia, a Winchester Yellowboy rifle, and paintings by Kentucky artists Robert Burns Wilson and Paul Sawyier.
27:30 | #205
Expert appraisers examine treasures including limited edition etchings and a collection of Nardi jewelry purchased in Italy in 1969, that now has a stunning price tag!
26:10 | #204
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of a special collection of Kentucky handmade dolls and Dave Shuffett and Amy Hess talk with Jeff Jeffers of Garth's Auctions about what's hot in the world of antiques!
29:01 | #203
Expert appraisers examine the history and value of an aviation movie memorial poster, a Harlem Renaissance art silk screen, and host Amy Hess visits with Greg Martin of the Kentucky Headhunters as he receives an appraisal on his unbelievable guitar collection!
24:13 | #202
Expert appraisers examine treasures including 1926 Steiff musical teddy bear, a Rose O'Neill illustration, and a document signed by Abraham Lincoln.
27:01 | #201
Expert appraisers examine treasures including folk art phonograph dancers, a Tiffany Kentucky racing trophy, and a book with a connection to one of Kentucky's beloved historians.
36:05 | #199
Hosts Dave Shuffett and Amy Hess take a look back at some of their favorite moments from the first season. Highlights include a collection of rare snuff bottles, an Italian Revival Lamp with a local connection, and an 18th century still life worth an amount you'll have to see to believe!
25:00 | #105
A look back at some of the best moments from the first season of Kentucky Collectibles.
26:45 | #104
Expert appraisers examine treasures including a baseball signed by several Hall of Famers, a watch fob known as "The Rock," and an Italian Revival Lamp worth a lot more than the purchase price of $25.
26:05 | #103
Expert appraisers examine treasures including an original Woodstock poster, a Thomas Hart Benton lithograph, and an 18th century still life passed down through a Kentucky family for more than 200 years.
26:30 | #102
Expert appraisers examine treasures including pottery from Newcomb College, a 1946 Martin Guitar, and some of the rarest marbles in the world.
26:10 | #101
Expert appraisers examine treasures including an autographed Babe Ruth baseball, a Harpers Ferry pistol, and an amazing snuff bottle collection.