Host Mark L. Walberg travels to the historic Civil War battle site in Perryville, Kentucky, in this second hour of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW’s visit to Louisville. He’s joined by appraiser Rafael Eledge, who displays some valuable Confederate belt buckles and instructs collectors how to avoid falling for a fake. At the Kentucky International Convention Center, there’s authentic excitement over such original finds as a late eighteenth-century heirloom Kentucky sugar chest; an 1860 Rococo revival table whose top sports a painting of Mt. Vernon; and a pair of boxing gloves signed twice by Louisville native son and World Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali—once as Cassius Clay in 1963, and again as Muhammad Ali forty years later—valued at $2,000 to $3,000.
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