Gallery 63 in Sandy Springs, Ga. Dig in to Gallery 63 for a peek at bizarre, high-end items that can only be found inside these doors. The one with the largest profit margin on auction day wins everybody's profits. A pit crew suit from the movie Talladega Nights brings out Cindy's inner redneck; a custom-built Hydroplane Speedboat pushes Paul's aquatic skills to the test; and a guitar labeled "Bigsby" arrives that could be worth a quarter of a million dollars. The Gallery 63 crew auction off an early s ticket light from Yankee Stadium.
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Gallery 63 looks like a museum full of rare trinkets to be put up on the auction block. Watch this season of Auction Kings as they try to sell a time machine, a gas powered pogo stick, a motorcycle from WWII, and more to the highest bidder! A one-dollar find turns out to be an extremely rare piece of baseball history. The Gallery 63 crew go back to the future with a DeLorean Time Machine, then travel even further back when they uncover a Prohibition-era piano hiding a secret. Delfino's hard at work on a new seating area while Paul tries out a gas-powered pogo stick.
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Never did I think Paul Brown would actually read that post. But he did. Heck yeah. I scrambled, put the phone on speaker, got my iPhone to record, pulled up my questions and was ready to roll.
From vampire killing kits and T-Rex fossil teeth, to pink Cadillacs and hot air balloons, Auction Kings is a roller coaster ride filled with thrills and disappointments, where one person's trash becomes another's treasure and you never know if it's buyer or seller who will get the deal. Meet owner Paul Brown and the team of Gallery 63 as they prepare for their next auction, which includes a vampire killing kit, a meteorite, and a Nazi handbook. Owner Paul Brown and Gallery 63 team prepare for their next auction, which includes a sword and uniform from a secret society and a prayer book. Handyman Delfino repairs a Love Meter game, which the team uses to crown the gallery's best lover. Owner Paul Brown and Gallery 63 team prepare for their next auction, which includes 19th century ladies muff pistols and two antique books, one signed by John Hancock.