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Video: Chicago's Antiques Roadshow Appraises Keith Haring Art And Vintage Dresses

By Justin Freeman in Arts & Entertainment on Oct 27, 2015 5:45PM

This week, Antiques Roadshows continued airing episodes culled from their residency at McCormick Place while they were town last year. And while they were here they appraised all sorts of collectables and curios.

Last week, they assessed a collection of Playboy memorabilia that belonged to a former Playboy model, as well as a subpoena belonging to a witness that was signed by the Chicago Seven during their trial. This week, they appraised some artwork by Keith Haring from the late '80s, several handmade dresses that date back to somewhere in the 19th Century, and the show took a field trip to the Lyric Opera to check out some CTA posters from the '20s. But, how much was it all worth? Watch the videos below to find out!

Appraisal: 1989 Keith Haring Graffiti Art

Appraisal: 19th-Century Handmade Dresses

Field Trip: Chicago Transit Posters

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