Antique appraisals and how to handle being a personal representative of an estate

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Heard On The Larry Meiller Show
Three lamps sit in a cloth-covered table. A hand reaches out to touch one. The photo is black and white.
These three miniatures are among the antique oil lamps which can be used as charming accents in a room. Left to right: A 10-inch-high American footed blue milk glass lamp, priced at $125; a French silver lamp, circa 1850, which is 14 inches high and has a painted glass shade, priced at 8250, and a 10-inch American glass lamp with enamel decoration, from 1890, priced at $95 shown May 25, 1976. DG/AP Photo

Our family heirlooms and comic book collections are valuable to us, but it takes the help of an appraiser to find out how much they’re worth to other people. A certified personal property appraiser returns to the show to help you navigate your antiques.

Episode Credits

  • Larry Meiller Host
  • Clara Neupert Producer
  • Trina La Susa Technical Director
  • Shirley Baumann Guest