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

Apr 6th
900a

Drive-In Speakers/Royal Saddle

This week at Gallery 63, Paul sells a super sleek Dodge Viper that he’s on the hook for; a seller brings in a saddle that may be from the king of Morocco; and Delfino tries to get a pair of classic Drive-In Movie Speakers to work for auction.
Apr 6th
930a

U-Boat Telescope/Helen Keller Letter

This week at Gallery 63, Paul decides to sell a pair of larger-than-life bronze horses that have stood guard at Gallery 63 for years; 2 rare letters from Norman Rockwell and Helen Keller go on the block; and a seller claims his old WWII telescope came from a German U-boat!
Apr 6th
1000a

M16/Butt-Activated Musical Chair

This week at Gallery 63, a giant M16 Training Rifle comes in; a seller consigns a vintage Vendorama Pen Dispenser; and music is in the chair when Cindy takes in an ornate 19th Century seat that literally plays music.
Apr 6th
1030a

WW1 Trench Knife/Opium License

This week at Gallery 63, Paul’s go-to motorcycle expert brings in a 1975 Condor Swiss Military Motorcycle; Jon takes in a mean looking WWI Trench Knife; and Paul’s son Elijah tries a new business venture with an opium license and a slave warrant.
Apr 7th
900a

Michael Jordan Motorcycle, Candle Stick Phone

This week at Gallery 63, Jon hits the road to pick an antique telephone; Paul takes in 2 paintings by legendary sports artist, Leroy Neiman; a local rapper brings in a souped-up motorcycle, modified by Michael Jordan’s racing team.
Apr 7th
930a

Sugar Ray Leonard’s Benz, WWII Dive Suit

This week at Gallery 63, Sugar Ray Leonard’s first Mercedes Benz drives onto the block; a rare WWII US Navy Dive Suit is up for grabs; and a License Plate Map of the USA prompts a clash of opinions.
Apr 7th
1000a

Evel Knievel Cape, Vintage Phone Booth

This week at Gallery 63, a signed Evel Knievel cape and photos jumps on to the auction block; an antique Heberlein violin looks to make sweet music at auction; and a vintage phone booth dials the Gallery 63 crew into some old school fun.
Apr 7th
1030a

Clay Walker Visits Gallery 63

This week at Gallery 63, country music superstar Clay Walker, visits to auction off a selection of his personal items to raise money and awareness for his organization Band Against MS. Also, a seller brings in a vintage game caller that he claims can attract a variety of wild animals, including crows!
Apr 8th
900a

Massage-A-Belt, Oversized Haberdashery

This week at Gallery 63, a turn-of-the-century haberdashery is delivered for auction; a Massage-A-Belt exercise machine shakes up the crew and hopefully brings some bids; and Paul hopes a vintage Gulf Oil drum – drums up bids at auction!
Apr 8th
930a

MJ’s Thriller Award, Hungarian Pannonia Motorcycle

This week at Gallery 63, a rare Pannonia motorcycle hopes to rev up the Gallery 63 crowd. An old school 1930s classroom printer is auctioned off. And a Michael Jackson “Thriller” sales award makes it to the block in hopes of thrilling the crowd.