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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Travel from the desert to the slopes with Nicholas D. Lowry’s appraisal of a C. Peet Sun Valley poster maquette, ca. 1945 at Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, AZ. Desert Botanical Garden, Hour 2 airs Monday, March 30 at 8/7C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/roadshow/watch/. To be the first to know about all our broadcast and tour info, subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest at @RoadshowPBS! Video Rating: / 5

19 Comments

  • Adam Fears 6 months ago

    This guys a real tool bag

  • Jackie Chapman 6 months ago

    She thinks she knows it all LMAO!!! She definitely thought it was worth more than his estimate and probably sold it within a month of this show lol…

  • roberto armstrong 6 months ago

    This is an insult to the sun valley poster collector community

  • George Cook 6 months ago

    Well done! Interesting owner story and great information (and suit) from Mr. Lowry!

  • Charlene Hottel 6 months ago

    Creighton Peet was a children's author and illustrated some of his own books. Later rather than illustrating, he used photography. He and his wife were avid skiers.

  • drobinow 6 months ago

    In addition to having bad taste in suits, he can’t spell Creighton.

  • Rob Bernath 6 months ago

    Somebody did tell this woman the Roadshow appraisers are NOT making offers to buy your items at the value given, right? In her case, obviously not…

  • Mark Landgraf 6 months ago

    That suit absolutely makes my day!

  • mlouwagie 6 months ago

    lOOk girl with bikini …that announcer is numero'macho

  • The Brain 6 months ago

    The most interesting part of this excerpt is the Plaid suit…..was expecting him to say the poster was worth $100k..lol!

  • I think that estimate is low. any Quality art of that size from the 1940s would be worth at least 3,000.00.

  • P Wilson 6 months ago

    When I saw the thumbnail, I had to watch. I thought the guy was wearing a leisure suit but alas, he has removed the cover of a couch and turned it into a suit.

  • Jason Smith 6 months ago

    She was expecting it to be worth a lot more

  • Kevin Hickman 6 months ago

    There was a Disney illustrator and story writer named Creighton Peet.

  • Jos Kirin 6 months ago

    who buys this crap?

  • DKGifford19608 6 months ago

    Surprising low considering how much money hangs about Sun Valley.

  • COO Bay 6 months ago

    Where did he buy that suit!

  • Margaret Sen 6 months ago

    He put that lady in her place. She thought she knew more than him.

  • biggreenmachine2007 6 months ago

    Dat suit tho…

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