Like to shop at thrift stores? Need some help finding the furniture paintings and vases bargains? Watch another Dr. Lori’s Treasure Hunt game to find out. Play along with Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori as she values a cedar chest piece of furniture with bun feet. Learn what the feet look like and they’ll tell you where a piece of furniture is made. Also, see a valuable Antonio DeVity painting that a CBS TV Pittsburgh Today Live in Pittsburgh, PA sent in to be featured. Dr. Lori also values an Asian vase with gilding around its collar which was made in the early 1900s. Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel on furniture paintings and vases. Send photos of your thrift store finds for Dr. Lori to value.

Play Dumpster or No Dumpster? as you learn about an Avon gold tone pin, a satin glass pitcher, a Meissen porcelain dinner plate with the popular onion pattern and a 1940s rolling pin used for baking. Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori reveals the values and secrets as you play along with the host of WPHL 17’s Morning News in Philadelphia, PA. Are you sure that you want to throw away that valuable? Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel about Avon and Meissen ceramics collectibles. Send photos of your thrift store finds for Dr. Lori to value.

When you thrift store shop, do you have problems picking the most valuable bargain when it comes to cast iron and coca-cola collectibles? Watch and play along with Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori as she appraises a Japanese hand painted screen, a Dewey small scale replica cannon, and a trinket box that looks like marble from the late 1800s. Plus, can you value a Coca-Cola cooler and a hand painted vase during Dr. Lori’s appearance on CBS TV’s Pittsburgh Today Live in Pittsburgh, PA? Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel on cast iron and coca-cola collectibles. Send photos of your thrift store finds for Dr. Lori to value.

Play Dumpster or No Dumpster? with Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori as she features antique maps and silver. Do you know if you should keep a city map of Washington, D.C. from 1793? Watch Dr. Lori show you what to look for and how much people actually pay for similar maps. Plus, a 1950s sterling silver baby teething ring is featured in this round of the game along with a ceramic vase marked Royal Haeger. Learn what the ceramic bowl is made of and how it would have been displayed in a 1960s home. All during Dr. Lori’s appearance on ABC TV Tampa Bay’s Morning Blend in Tampa, FL. Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel on antique maps and silver. Send photos of your thrift store finds for Dr. Lori to value.

Do you know what to keep? What to toss when it comes to mid 1900s collectibles? Play Dumpster or No Dumpster with Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori as she reveals the values for a 1950s cookie jar, a JFK memorial vinyl album, a Matisse jewelry set with earrings and pins and green pair of Depression Glass salt and pepper shakers. Play along with the hosts of WPHL 17’s Morning News in Philadelphia, PA and learn what you need to look for to find those valuables. Also, discover what you can leave in the dumpster. Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel on mid 1900s collectibles. Send photos of your thrift store finds for Dr. Lori to value.