All those who stopped by the "Antiques Roadshow" when it came to Charleston last summer may finally get a chance to see themselves or their neighbors on TV.
The Emmy-nominated series came to Charleston in August as part of its six-city summer tour.
Three Charleston-based episodes will air at 8 p.m. Feb. 15, 22 and 29 on South Carolina ETV.
More than 4,500 collectors and antique enthusiasts attended the all-day event, which included appraisals from the country's leading auction house specialists and independent dealers.
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In fact, ticket requests for the Charleston leg of the show were the second-highest in the nation, according to a news release.
Unexpected discoveries from the Charleston stop included such items as a collection of Jimi Hendrix memorabilia acquired by a concert-goer from Hendrix's 1970 show in Stockholm, Sweden, held just weeks before the famous musician's death.