Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Wes Cowan — Samuel Mudd Marquetry Box

Clip: Season 23 Episode 24 | 3m 40s | Video has closed captioning.

During ROADSHOW’s 2000 event in Denver, appraiser Wes Cowan met Gerald, the owner of a handmade wooden box crafted by Dr. Samuel Mudd, who was convicted as a co-conspirator in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Hear more of Mudd’s story from Cowan and learn what happened to the box after ROADSHOW!

Aired: 11/04/19

Rating: TV-G

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