The Gallery 63 crew are back with a star-spangled 1917 T-Bucket Roadster. Paul is concerned about touching -- must less selling -- an Iron Maiden and a Cadaver Casket brought in by the Garrett Brothers, two new hard-bargaining pickers.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a John Wayne Commemmorative gun collection and have a friendly wager with an '80s-era Omnibot2000 robot. New appraiser Jamie Breese seeks to unravel the mystery of a ship's telegraph, reminiscent of those used on Titanic.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a screen-worn Star Trek: Generations Command Red Uniform. The Garrett brothers bring in a vintage Mountain Man slot machine. Is a Wild West-themed vintage BMW motorcycle with sidecar too customized to bring a profit?
The Gallery 63 crew auctions off a naval cannon believed to be from the 17th-century Spanish Armada and a deed signed by 6th President John Quincy Adams. Cindy takes in and tests a quack medical device for ladies with shocking results.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions off a Civil War document signed by Abraham Lincoln. The Garrett brothers bring in a rare Harley-Davidson commemorative bicycle. Cindy convinces Paul to auction off his own vintage Martin guitar but second guesses her decision.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a 1907 Edison Morning Glory Phonograph and a mysterious Mercedes. The Garrett Brothers bring in a commemmorative display with Frazier and Ali's boxing gloves from their Fight of the Century.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a collection of vintage scrimshaw and a 1985 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur. Colonel Oliver North comes to the Gallery to reclaim his missing dress sword that was sold at auction last year to someone else.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a groovy-looking Rick Fairless custom chopper and an antique scale. When a customer brings in a gas-powered blender, Paul is inspired to hold an impromptu margarita-making contest between himself and Delfino.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a gangster-worthy 1937 Hudson Terraplane car. The Garretts pick up a Spark-Jump Cigar lighter like the one in "It's A Wonderful Life" and a 1923 Electro Shock Machine, a game that delivered a surprising jolt to players.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a 1945 NFL program, a Star Trek USS Enterprise model kit, and a vintage Barbie. Paul travels out to a dirt track race course to test drive a stock car used in the 2011 movie remake Footloose to see if it's suitable to sell.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions off a plank cannon from the French & Indian War and a 20-ft Gibson guitar owned by country legend Travis Tritt. A custom calliope needs Delfino's magic touch to turn it from a cacophonous mess back into a melodious instrument.
Gallery 63 is auctioning off a confederate sword, motorized bar stool, and a rare thousand dollar bill. The Garrett Brothers have high hopes for their motorized stool, but will the crowd be as excited as they are?
When a vintage Ms. Pac-Man Arcade Game is brought to Gallery 63 for auction, Paul challenges the crew to see who can score the highest. Also up for auction this week: a military short sword and an Art Nouveau bronze statue.
The Gallery 63 crew take in a pristine-looking 1955 Ford Thunderbird valued at $50,000. Jon picks a turn-of-the-century toy cart also called an Irish Mail Cart. The Garrett Brothers bring in a gunner's sight from a World War II era bomber.
The dining set of the last Titanic survivor, Millvina Dean, is on the block at Gallery 63, along with a Gibson SG replica Eric Clapton guitar modeled after "The Fool." But will the condition of a 1952 Andy Pafko baseball card hurt its value at auction?
The Gallery 63 crew auction off an 1800s baby scale and an enormous collection of vintage and modern fishing gear. Delfino fixes a Skee-Ball game the Garretts pick, but Paul has a serious difference of opinion than them on their 1800s-era British cutlass.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a large antique fire extinguisher, a fire grenade, a cane sword, and the infamous Beatles "butcher-cover" album. But it will take expert Jamie Breese to determine if the rare "Yesterday & Today" album is legitimate.
The Gallery 63 crew take in a football helmet autographed by multiple quarterback legends and an 1868 stamp the seller believes is worth more than a million dollars. The Garrett Brothers accidentally buy some questionable Wild West memorabilia.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a pair of 1800s Japanese daggers, an ornate Art Noveau cash register, and a "redneck chariot" -- a crazy supertrike hybrid made from the front end of a motorcycle and the back of a station wagon.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a huge New York City from 1875. The seller only wants $35, but Paul thinks it's worth much much more. The Garretts bring in Jackie Robinson and Dominique Wilkins memorabilia. Jason "cowboys up" to sell his cutting saddle.