Auction Kings

About the show

Buyers in the Atlanta area searching for those one-of-a-kind items -- a vampire hunting kit, anyone? -- know exactly where to go, but the quantity is always limited and the prices fluid. "Auction Kings" follows the action at Gallery 63, a storied auction house in Hotlanta with a reputation for selling both bizarre and high-end items. Its owner, Paul Brown, manages his feisty staff and mingles with his customers, bidders and buyers who come from all walks of life.

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Upcoming episodes

Sep 28th
1100a

Hot Air Balloon/Woolly Mammoth Tusk

A 50,000-year-old Wooly Mammoth tusk and a 238-karat Sapphire are auctioned off, and Cindy nervously anticipates a ride in a hot air balloon that could fetch big money.
Sep 28th
1130a

Samurai Sword/Steamer Trunk

Jon brings in an antique Wooton desk from a pick, and learns it’s rich history from Paul. A woman comes in with a unique early 1900’s Louis Vuitton trunk. And a seller brings in a genuine Samurai sword.
Sep 28th
1200p

Headhunter Ax/Vintage Coke Machine

This week, a seller comes in with a fabulous, 1969 Vespa with a sidecar. A frightening headhunter’s axe finds its way into the gallery, and Paul and Cindy fight over a vintage Coca Cola machine – along with a slew of bidders who also want it!
Sep 28th
1230p

Johnny Cash Guitar/Speed Rug

This week, Paul takes chances on three items that aren’t sure things. A trading knife that could be made by the famous Hudson Bay Trading Co., an antique wooden chest that a seller wants an unattainable $75,000 and a Johnny Cash signed guitar that could prove to be the surprise hit of the auction.
Sep 29th
1100a

Lindbergh Scrapbook/Antique Toys

This week at Gallery 63, sellers part with an enormous box of antique iron figurine toys, a homemade scrapbook chronicling Charles Lindbergh’s transatlantic flight complete with a Lindbergh signature and a 1922 Wurlitzer Band Organ that promises to be the highlight of the auction – but when the sellers decide not to part with it after all, everyone at Gallery 63 must scramble to find a new item with just one day to go!
Sep 29th
1130a

Shrunken Head/MLK Letter

This week on Auction Kings, Paul encourages his son Elijah to learn more about the family business challenging him to sell an item of his own at the upcoming auction. Meanwhile, items from two Atlanta legends – Martin Luther King, Jr. and the folk artist, Rev Howard Finster find their way into the Gallery along with a stray...shrunken head?!
Sep 29th
1200p

Napoleon Mirror/WWI Boy Scout Poster

This week at Gallery 63, a large, ornate European cabinet and a tiny European hand mirror signed by Napoleon both appear at Gallery 63 along with a WWI Boy Scout War Bonds Poster – a true piece of original Americana. Paul rushes to get all of the info he needs on the pieces, so Jon helps out with Paul’s catalog – only Cindy thinks Paul might not consider it help if it’s not done right!
Sep 29th
1230p

Happy Days Pinball/Wall of Shame

A 1940’s bicycle with a motor along with a vintage slot machine and a pinball machine like the one seen on “Happy Days” are auctioned off, a WW2 battlefield Russian flag gets tested, while Paul gets put on Cindy’s “Wall of Shame”.
Sep 30th
1100a

Declaration of Independence/Concession Wagon

A seller brings in a 1947 Fire Truck that gets everyone’s attention. Paul’s dad brings in a valuable antique Tiffany clock. A copy of 1800’s Declaration of Independence comes in, and a seller encounters a problem with their old concession truck.
Sep 30th
1130a

Ouija Board/Richard Petty Jeep

This week at Gallery 63, items from World War II tug at everyone’s heartstrings, and a Ouija Board gives Cindy the creeps. A 1947 Rock-ola Jukebox, beautifully restored by the owner and a 1946 Willys Jeep perfectly restored by Richard Petty of Nascar fame hopefully strike a chord with nostalgic bidders, while Cindy just hopes that someone brave is willing to take the Ouija Board off her hands!