Videos by Dr. Lori

Watch Dr. Lori identify and value items you can find at a yard sale, thrift store or even in grandma's basement including costume jewelry, salt & pepper shakers, snuff bottles, a floor vase, an Art Deco mirror, and more. Plus, discover the meanings of difference flower forms found on antiques and the value of a Roman coin from 1,000 A.D. Dr. Lori shares more secrets on NBC TV's Kansas City Live in Kansas City, MO.


See collectibles you can find at a flea market. Watch Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori value and identify sports collectibles including a signed baseball, a Bobble Head doll made of chalkware, Barry Bonds baseball cards, an old book and a ceramic mug based on a comic strip on CBS TV's Pittsburgh Today Live in Pittsburgh, PA.


Don't miss these finds at your next auction. Watch Dr. Lori show you three auction finds real people brought to her at her events including a Renoir painting, a 150,000 dollar Impressionist painting and a pair of Marilyn Monroe photographs worth 50,000 dollars. You can find it at auctions. Auction houses are giving it away. Read more on these valuables auctions missed. Watch Dr. Lori show you what to look for during her appearance on NBC TV's Daytime in Tampa, FL.


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3 Ways to Find Valuable Antiques

3 Ways to Find Valuable Antiques

Want to know how to spot that valuable thrift store find? Don't know what to look for when cleaning out Grandma's attic or when you are downsizing? It's a common question and Dr. Lori provides secrets to spot those prints, posters, silver and ceramics that are valuable. Don't rely only on marks or signatures. They could fool you. You must read this article so you aren't throwing away a valuable or walking past it at a thrift store.

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