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

May 25th
1200p

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!
May 25th
1230p

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.
May 25th
100p

Bomb Squad Suit, WWI Binoculars

This week at Gallery 63, Paul goes on a pick and comes back with a vintage shoeshine stand; an authentic bomb squad suit is put on the block; and a seller brings in a pair of WWI binoculars that were part of World War I era “Eyes for the Navy” program.
May 25th
130p

Vampire Hunting Kit/Meteorite

This week a seller comes in with a meteorite from outer space, Jon, the newest employee, picks up items from a cluttered house, and a weapons collector brings in a 100-year-old vampire killing kit.
May 26th
1200p

Hand Cannon/Faberge Pencil

This week a seller comes in with a gold pencil that might just be Faberge. Delfino struggles to revive a flagging player piano, and seller brings in an ancient hand cannon so rare not even experts can determine its origin.
May 26th
1230p

Pink Cadillac/Baseball Memorabilla

A rockabilly man offers his 1960 Pink Cadillac for auction. A collector hopes to use his incredible Negro League baseball memorabilia to help fund a mission trip to Africa. And Delfino must fix a model tugboat before it can go up for sale.
May 26th
100p

Ladies Muff Pistols/John Hancock's Book

This week a seller comes in with small ladies muff pistols from the 19th century. Jon goes out on a pick and finds a valuable Venetian mirror. A seller comes in with two rare books, including one with a genuine John Hancock!
May 26th
130p

Rolling Stones' Snooker Table/Aliens

A seller brings in a Snooker table he built for the Rolling Stones. A woman puts an amazing collection of African artifacts up for sale. And Paul’s Dad, Bob, decides to auction off a family of aliens.
May 27th
1200p

Triumph Chopper/Ruby Necklace

This week a man walks in with a 92 carat ruby necklace he’s been keeping in a shoebox. A seller brings a 1967 Triumph Chopper. And an unopened case of Billy Beer finds its way into Gallery 63, and Jon bets Cindy it will sell!
May 27th
1230p

Iwo Jima Sword/Cathouse Chairs

A woman sells a pristine 1969 Oldsmobile 442. A seller brings in leopard printed “cathouse” chairs, and a soldier shows Paul his WWII Japanese sword and gun wrapped in shipping paper since 1945.