Gallery 63 owner Paul Brown verifies a 19th-century vampire killing kit that includes more than 30 items to use against the monster. Manager Cindy gives new picker Jon some tough love on what it takes to distinguish trash from treasure. On his first test run, Jon finds a signed edition of Gone with the Wind and a World War II Nazi Handbook. Meanwhile a hopeful seller brings in a 4-billion-year-old Russian meteorite, and Cindy hopes it isn't radioactive.
The team has some friendly competition to see who is Gallery 63's best lover after handyman Delfino's skills are put to the test in repairing a Love Meter game. Meanwhile, a monk brings owner Paul a 1637 prayer book that was brought to America during the Revolutionary War and used in a church attended by some of the Founding Fathers. Another seller brings in his grandfather's sword and uniform from a secret society.
A collector brings a pair of 19th-century ladies' pistols in to Gallery 63 that were designed to be concealed in a hand muff. Meanwhile, new picker Jon has trouble finding a baby grand piano in a cluttered basement, but he manages to uncover a Venetian mirror, which could turn out to be extremely valuable. Also, a seller brings in two rare books: an early print Great Gatsby and a book signed by John Hancock.
Owner Paul Brown and Gallery 63 team get a lesson in the celebrity factor when a seller brings in a snooker table that toured with the Rolling Stones. Another seller brings in her father's collection of rare African artifacts, including an elephant mask, two iron throne chairs, and a terracotta honey pot. Meanwhile, Paul helps out his auction business mentor (and father) Bob by agreeing to sell a family of alien mannequins.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team prepare for their next auction, which includes a T-Rex tooth and other rare dinosaur bones as well as Victorian furniture. Paul can't wait to sell a drum kit, which rocker wannabe Cindy can't seem to stop playing.
Gallery 63 manager Cindy takes in two chairs that may have come from a New Orleans cathouse, while a woman sells her brother's 1969 Oldsmobile 442. A young soldier raising money for his wedding brings in a WWII Japanese rifle and sword wrapped in the shipping paper a soldier used to mail it home from the war. If they haven't been unwrapped, the gun and sword could turn out to be worth big bucks. Jon also works on his new fixer-upper house near the gallery, hoping to whip it into shape before his family comes for a visit.
Manager Cindy reminds the team of her picking prowess when she brings in a 1950s spy watch and recorder. When handyman Delfino works his magic to bring the machine back to life, the the two hear voices from the past on its tiny wire recorder. Meanwhile, owner Paul brings Jon to meet a new art collector client whose concept drawings from Disney's Lion King are legit, but another piece isn't what the seller or Paul hoped for. In addition, a seller brings in a piece of automotive history: a Model A Ford.
A rockabilly musician cruises in with a gleaming pink 1960 Cadillac, hoping the proceeds will help pay for a new tour bus for his band. Meanwhile, a wife unloads her husband's model tugboat, but Delfino will have to make it work before the boat can go up for sale. In addition, a collector brings in historic Negro League baseball memorabilia he hopes will help pay for a mission trip to the Ivory Coast.
A man walks into Gallery 63 with a 92-carat ruby necklace he's been keeping in a shoebox. It's a piece of bling that could score thousands if the right bidders are in the auction crowd. Another seller brings in a classic 1967 Triumph Chopper, hoping for enough cash to help his mother renovate her house. Picker Jon bets manager Cindy that a case of Billy Carter's Billy Beer deemed worthless will actually sell.
A seller brings in an ancient hand cannon so rare that the experts have a hard time figuring out what exactly it is. Owner Paul Brown discovers a jeweled, gold-encased Faberge pencil in a seller's box of stuff, while handyman Delfino is tasked with returning a sour-sounding player piano to its tuneful hey-day. A woman hits the jackpot when she brings in an unwanted painting she inherited from a favorite aunt.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team prepare for their next auction, which includes a Woolly Mammoth tusk and a giant, unset sapphire. Manager Cindy faces her fears and gets the ride of her life when she and Paul go up in a hot air balloon with their client who is selling it.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team auction a headhunter's ax and a rare Vespa scooter with sidecar. Paul and manager Cindy have a bidding war of their own over a vintage Coke machine.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 auction a 1908 Louis Vuitton steamer trunk and a samurai sword. Picker Jon passes the test when he brings back and mends an antique desk complete with secret compartments.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team auction Johnny Cash's autographed guitar, a trading knife made from a jawbone and a 17th-century treasure chest. Paul and manager Cindy initiate picker Jon in the much-dreaded "Speed Rug."
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team prepare to auction a historic Charles Lindbergh scrapbook and a collection of antique metal toys. Wanting an especially big-ticket item to anchor the auction, Paul takes a gamble on a rare Wurlitzer band organ.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team auction a hand mirror signed by Napoleon and a World War I Boy Scout war bonds poster. Paul calls in his antique expert sister to shed some light on a mysterious cabinet, while Jon goes all out to impress Paul by helping assemble the upcoming auction's catalog.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team auction a letter signed by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and doll furniture created by famous folk artist Howard Finster. A woman brings in what she believes to be a shrunken head, while Paul enlists his mentor and father, Bob, to help entice Paul's son Elijah to go into the family auction house business.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team auction a vintage slot machine, a pinball machine used on Happy Days and a 1940s Whizzer motorized bicycle. Jon takes a World War II Soviet flag to a lab to authenticate its bloodstain. Meanwhile, not even Paul can escape Cindy's Wall of Shame for people who don't pay their bills.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team prepare to auction a functioning 1947 Chevrolet fire truck and a 19th-century lithograph copy of the Declaration of Independence, while Paul's dad, Bob, brings in a Tiffany grandfather clock. When an early 1900s concession wagon's wheel breaks off during its offload, both the seller and Paul are horrified.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team auction a 1947 Rock-ola Jukebox and a 1946 Willys Jeep signed by Richard Petty and restored by his garage. Meanwhile, an antique Ouija Board arrives at the shop, and Jon has a little fun at superstitious Cindy's expense. When his prank backfires, he has to scramble to fix the situation before Paul finds out.