The Road Show episodes where they show old ones, then show the current, 10-year later price is interesting; some things go way up, some way down..
It can be as bad as "The Road Show". Some of the prices they tell these poor people are way off at best. My family has been dealing antiques for over 150 years and they watch this program like it's a comedy show. At Cabela's (in the back room from the Library Office to the storage area I put a large sign up that read: "This Is Not Your Road Show Moment" that would make the employees grin as they went into the Library.
OMG, Diogenes, where are you?Looks like an honest update to me.
"Update: After receiving a series of thoughtful feedback on this item, we have concluded that it is a more modern reproduction and not from the King George-era/early 19th century. GB does not make it easy to take down an item so we will not hold the high bidder to buying this item. Sorry for the issue here."