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Duration: 02:28

www.pbs.org/antiques At ANTIQUES ROADSHOW in Las Vegas, Nevada, a man brings in some drawings that his journalist father received as a gift from the legendary Woody Guthrie in the early 1960's. Appraiser Alasdair Nichol confirms their authenticity and places the drawings within the tradition of Guthrie's loose artistic style.

How much can an item that spans the breadth of collectible, celebrity memorabilia, and fine art be worth? Watch this clip to learn about the many facets of this folk legend! To see more celebrity memorabilia appraisals, visit the Roadshow Archive Online at www.pbs.org/antiques/archive

Watch ANTIQUES ROADSHOW on PBS, Monday nights at 8 PM ET (check local listings).



Post Date: May 5, 2008