The Antiques Roadshow

By: Battie, David (Editor) / Malcolm, Fiona (Editor) / Atterbury, Paul (Consultant) / Kay, Hilary (Consultant)

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007595: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. Foreword by Michael Aspel. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Copy has very small black/red remainder mark on edge of page block. Previously published as The Antiques Roadshow: A Celebration Of The First 21 Years. "Partake in an on-the-page celebration of Antiques Roadshow’s continuing success! A full 27 years after its debut, the series remains one of the most popular on television, with its enduring appeal based on a winning combination of top-class antiques experts and enthusiastic collectors. Fiona Malcolm uncovers the show’s origins, lists all the locations visited over the years, introduces the current team with illustrated biographies, and meets some of the experts at home to view the best-loved pieces in their own collections. Then, she takes readers on a behind-the-scenes tour to see the show’s team of more than 60 people work to make each program happen. You’ll get to follow all the finely tuned planning and technical stages that lead up to filming, the action on the shooting day itself, and the process of editing the program for broadcast. The heart of the book recalls over 50 of the most fascinating and valuable finds discovered on Roadshow including a Ming vase, Faberge animals, and exceptional watercolor and oil paintings with information on the piece and the story behind its discovery.": Remainder: Photographs: 8.75 x 11.5 In.: 160 pages

Title: The Antiques Roadshow

Author Name: Battie, David (Editor) / Malcolm, Fiona (Editor) / Atterbury, Paul (Consultant) / Kay, Hilary (Consultant)

Illustrator: Illustrated by Mick Dunning / Tim Ridley / Nick Goodall / Ron Sutherland

Categories: Americana, General, General,

Edition: Presumed First Edition

Publisher: London, England, Mitchell Beazley: 2005

ISBN Number: 1845330609

ISBN Number 13: 9781845330606

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: New in New Dust Jacket

Store ID: 007595

Keywords: Collectibles Collectors History Antiques Television