And many other fascinating items! A short list of other fortunate finds included a magnificent portfolio of Ansel Adams photographs, signed by the photographer; a logbook containing minutes of the Arkansas Territorial Legislative Council from 1825 to 1829 — an important historical record of the time; a newly discovered painting by renowned Hudson River School artist Jasper Cropsey valued at $150,000; a cache of limited edition 1930s-era labor union buttons; a pristinely preserved 19th-century German doll; and a unique piece of Arkansas history: a handmade patchwork quilt designed as a map of the state circa 1903.
What treasures will will find at “Antiques Roadshow — Little Rock”? We can’t wait to find out!
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