Dowling and his team meet a collector who believes he purchased a rare Lalique glass automobile hood ornament; a long time art collector who believes he has a valuable Roy Lichtenstein print.
Curtis Dowling and the team meet a man who believes he is the owner of the Honus Wagner T-206 baseball card.
The team meets a former tech executive with deep pockets who is about to put 12 million dollars down on a violin if it proves to be a rare Stradivarius; an antiques dealer who purchased what he believes is an authentic Warhol for only 100 bucks.
Curtis is challenged to authenticate one of music legend Les Paul's favorite guitars and a cape worn by the godfather of soul.
A collection of the Mormon Church's newspaper "The Times and Seasons" from the 19th century; a pair of cufflinks and a tie pin carried by Neil Armstrong to the moon; the Nixon Library.
Curtis Dowling and his team examine Abraham and Mary Lincoln's 19th century table as well as a rare 15th century Queen Elizabeth portrait; a visit to the Elizabethan Gardens in North Carolina.
A prototype of the first hockey mask worn in a professional hockey game; a colorful 40 foot mural purchased; Andy travels to the New York Public Library.
A struggling artist finds a possible de Kooning at a garage sale in New Jersey; Hutch examines an ancient Chinese dagger from the Han Dynasty.