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* FollowTheLeader: After decades of going to convention centres almost exclusively, in the mid-2010s the US ''Roadshow'' started emulating its British predecessor by setting up at historic houses and galleries.

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* UnmovingPlaid: Nicholas D. Lowry is often identified by his plaid coats, when appraising posters.


* DoomItYourself: Sometime antiques are ruined by improper 'restoration' or cleaning, such as polishing old bronze or refinishing woodwork, thus destroying their antique appeal.

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* DoomItYourself: Sometime Sometimes antiques are ruined by improper 'restoration' or cleaning, such as polishing old bronze or refinishing woodwork, thus destroying their antique the aged patina that gives them such appeal.

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* DoomItYourself: Sometime antiques are ruined by improper 'restoration' or cleaning, such as polishing old bronze or refinishing woodwork, thus destroying their antique appeal.


* ShoutOut: The above-mentioned episode of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' showed the highbrow brothers and their working-class dad engaging in an argument about what show to watch on TV, each maintaining the others wouldn't be interested in their kind of programming, only to discover that they all actually wanted to watch ''Antiques Roadshow''! They proceed to make a DrinkingGame from it, taking shots whenever someone says "veneer."

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* ShoutOut: The above-mentioned episode of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' showed the highbrow brothers and their working-class dad engaging in an argument about what show to watch on TV, each maintaining the others wouldn't be interested in their kind of programming, only to discover that they all actually wanted to watch ''Antiques Roadshow''! They proceed to make a DrinkingGame from it, taking shots gulps of beer/wine whenever someone says "veneer.""
-->'''Frasier''': ''(clearly starting to feel it)'' Next week, we gotta pick a different word!


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** American: Chris Jussel (19972000), Dan Elias (200103), Lara Spencer (200405), [[Series/RussianRoulette Mark L. Walberg]] (2005-).

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** American: Chris Jussel (19972000), Dan Elias (200103), Lara Spencer (200405), [[Series/RussianRoulette Mark L. Walberg]] ]] [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop Wahlberg]] (2005-).


* CrossOver: One episode of ''{{Frasier}}'' featured the Cranes appearing on the show.

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* CrossOver: One episode of ''{{Frasier}}'' ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' featured the Cranes appearing on the show.


* ShoutOut: Another episode of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' showed the highbrow brothers and their working-class dad engaging in an argument about what show to watch on TV, each maintaining the others wouldn't be interested in their kind of programming, only to discover that they all actually wanted to watch ''Antiques Roadshow''! They proceed to make a DrinkingGame from it, taking shots whenever someone says "veneer."

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* ShoutOut: Another The above-mentioned episode of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' showed the highbrow brothers and their working-class dad engaging in an argument about what show to watch on TV, each maintaining the others wouldn't be interested in their kind of programming, only to discover that they all actually wanted to watch ''Antiques Roadshow''! They proceed to make a DrinkingGame from it, taking shots whenever someone says "veneer."


* ShoutOut: Another episode of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' showed the highbrow brothers and their working-class dad engaging in an argument about what show to watch on TV, each maintaining the others wouldn't be interested in their kind of programming, only to discover that they all actually wanted to watch ''Antiques Roadshow''!

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* ShoutOut: Another episode of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' showed the highbrow brothers and their working-class dad engaging in an argument about what show to watch on TV, each maintaining the others wouldn't be interested in their kind of programming, only to discover that they all actually wanted to watch ''Antiques Roadshow''!Roadshow''! They proceed to make a DrinkingGame from it, taking shots whenever someone says "veneer."


* CrossOver: One episode of ''{{Frasier}}'' featured the Craines appearing on the show.

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* CrossOver: One episode of ''{{Frasier}}'' featured the Craines Cranes appearing on the show.show.
* ExcaliburInTheRust: {{Averted}}; if you don't take good care of your antiques they will be worth a lot less.

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