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What Happened To The Iconic Navajo Blanket From Antiques Roadshow?

In June of 2001, a soft-spoken old white guy hit the soft-spoken old white guy lottery when he brought his grandmother's old blanket to an Antiques Roadshow taping and discovered that it had more than just sentimental value. According to the blanket's owner, Ted Kuntz, his grandmother had received it from a frontiersman that she grew up with, who had received it as a gift from characteristically problematic Old West legend Kit Carson. Kuntz had no way of knowing that the textile he was...

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    What Happened To The Iconic Navajo Blanket From Antiques Roadshow? - Grunge

    What Happened To The Iconic Navajo Blanket From Antiques Roadshow? - Grunge

    In June of 2001, a soft-spoken old white guy hit the soft-spoken old white guy lottery when he brought his grandmother's old blanket to an Antiques Roadshow taping and discovered that it had more than just sentimental value. According to the blanket's owner, Ted Kuntz, his grandmother had received it from a frontiersman that she grew up with...

    Antiques Roadshow Items That Made The Owners Crazy Rich - Grunge

    Antiques Roadshow Items That Made The Owners Crazy Rich - Grunge

    Antiques Roadshow debuted on the BBC in 1977 as a documentary series about an auction house before turning to the more familiar format (in which appraisers travel around looking at antiques brought in by locals) in 1979. It's run ever since and, as of this writing, is currently in its 40th season. The U.S. version of the show debuted on PBS in 1997 and hasn't...

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