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Part adventure, part history lesson, AMERICA’S TOP BUYER ROADSHOW is a new docu-reality video series. In each episode, The Duke Family and some of the country’s leading specialists offer free appraisals of historic antiques and collectibles as the cameras capture tales of family heirlooms and yard-sale bargains. These objects can tell us much about life in the past and often are tied to significant historical events and personalities. To watch the episodes of the series, be sure to check out the EPISODES page.

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Our events are free to attend, but seating and tickets are limited, so go through your attic, grab items that you think might be of value and bring them on down and join us. If you have items of history, rarity or value and especially if they have a great story behind them, we’d love to check them out. You don’t have to be on camera, but if you want to, you just might make the cut for the episode in your city.

Eagle, Idaho

Hilton Garden Inn

Set in foothills just outside Idaho’s capitol city of Boise, Eagle is a quaint suburb known for its golf courses, spas, and green spaces like riverside Eagle Island State Park, with hiking trails, a swimming beach, and a zip line course. Dining options include brunch spots, Italian restaurants, and wine bars. We’ll be at the Convention Center at the Hilton Garden Inn, overlooking the Boise River, right off Eagle Rd.

Pocatello, Idaho

Hampton Inn & Suites

Set against a Rocky Mountain backdrop in eastern Idaho, Pocatello beckons newcomers with its beautiful views, outdoor adventure. While the gold rush and railroad drew people here in the mid-19th century, a convenient location, easy transportation routes, Idaho State University and an excellent quality of life are today’s newcomer magnets. We’ll be at the Convention Center at the Hampton Inn & Suites, located just off I-15 near the junction of I-86.

Idaho Falls, Idaho

Hampton Inn & Suites

Hugging the Snake River, Idaho Falls showcases eclectic works at the riverside Art Museum of Eastern Idaho as well as the downtown’s Museum of Idaho offering local-history exhibits, including items linked to the Lewis and Clark expedition and a re-created 1800s town. We’ll be at the Convention Center at the Hampton Inn & Suites, overlooking the Snake River, right off I-15.

Grand Junction, Colorado

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Grand Junction is a city in Colorado’s Western Slope region. It’s known as the hub of Colorado’s wine country. Split into 5 sections, James M. Robb – Colorado River State Park offers river access, lakes, biking trails and wildlife. The Museum of the West displays prehistoric pottery and 19th-century firearms. West of the city, trail-lined Colorado National Monument is a park with red sandstone monoliths and canyons.

Pueblo, Colorado

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The Historic Arkansas Riverwalk is an urban development, with boat rides, public art and events in Pueblo. The project commemorates the river’s original location, before it was diverted in the wake of a 1921 flood. El Pueblo History Museum has a recreated 1840s trading post and artifacts tracing the city’s past. To the west, Lake Pueblo State Park is a popular fishing, boating and camping spot.

Durango, Colorado

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The 19th-century Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad steam train passes mountains and canyons. In the city center, its affiliated Railroad Museum displays restored locomotives, aircraft and a baggage car converted into a movie theater. Nearby, the Powerhouse Science Center offers interactive exhibits in a former power plant.

Redding, California

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Turtle Bay Exploration Park includes an arboretum, botanical gardens and a museum with natural history exhibits. Spanning the Sacramento River, the Sundial Bridge is a suspension bridge that also acts as a huge, working sundial. West, Shasta State Historic Park holds the ruins of an 1800s gold-rush mining town. Whiskeytown National Recreation Area has waterfalls and a lake.

San Luis Obispo, California

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On Mission Plaza, the Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa is a 1700s Spanish mission with a museum. Nearby, pieces of chewed gum cover the walls of Bubblegum Alley. Vendors selling produce, flowers and food take over Higuera Street for the Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market. The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art focuses on work by contemporary California artists.

Bakersfield, California

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Displays at the Buena Vista Museum of Natural History focus on geology and paleontology. On the city’s northeastern edge, the California Living Museum explores the state’s flora and fauna, and has a reptile house and a touch tank. Northeast, trails wind through the mountains of the Kern River Ranger District, part of Sequoia National Forest.

Honolulu, Hawaii

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Honolulu, on the island of Oahu’s south shore, is capital of Hawaii and gateway to the U.S. island chain. The Waikiki neighborhood is its center for dining, nightlife and shopping, famed for its iconic crescent beach backed by palms and high-rise hotels, with volcanic Diamond Head crater looming in the distance. Sites relating to the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor include the USS Arizona Memorial.

Maui, Hawaii

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Maui is an island in the Central Pacific, part of the Hawaiian archipelago. Sprawling Haleakala National Park encompasses the island’s highest peak, volcanic Haleakala, as well as the pools and waterfalls of Ohe’o Gulch, accessed via scenic, winding Hana Highway. The island’s 30 miles of beaches include golden-crescent Kapalua, sheltered from strong currents by lava-rock promontories.

Sedona, Arizona

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Sedona is an Arizona desert town near Flagstaff that’s surrounded by red-rock buttes, steep canyon walls and pine forests. It’s noted for its mild climate and vibrant arts community. Uptown Sedona is dense with New Age shops, spas and art galleries. On the town’s outskirts, numerous trailheads access Red Rock State Park, which offers bird-watching, hiking and picnicking spots.

Sun City, Arizona

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Known for its year-round sun and warm temperatures, it anchors a sprawling, multicity metropolitan area known as the Valley of the Sun. It’s known for high-end spa resorts, Jack Nicklaus–designed golf courses and vibrant nightclubs. Other highlights include the Desert Botanical Garden, displaying cacti and numerous native plants.

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