The Gallery 63 crew sells a pawn broker’s rare World War II Harley-Davidson motorcycle. A one-dollar find turns out to be an extremely rare piece of baseball history. Paul and Bob place a wager over an 1800s gambler's watch/gun.
Paul and 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. Meanwhile, Delfino has his work cut out for him building the new overflow seating area, and Paul and Cindy shift into the danger zone when they try out a gas-powered pogo stick not meant for kids.
The Gallery 63 crew go back to the 80s with an 82 Corvette convertible and the "Holy Grail" of basketball cards. Yearbooks from Beverly Hills High School feature some future famous -- and infamous -- graduates.
Gallery 63 auctions off a part-car/part-motorcycle Lomax Trike and a forgotten handwritten poem by the Doors' Jim Morrison. Paul learns "doll" is a 4-letter word when he takes in two Cabbage Patch Kids.
Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 crew fire up the engine on the ultimate 60s pony car icon: a red 1965 Mustang. Meanwhile, an aspiring, teenage antiques dealer sweetens her deal with Cindy by including a free lunch inside her dad’s collection of 1970s lunchboxes. Picker Jon takes in a Stumpf fiddle, an odd and noisy instrument which curiously bears little resemblance to an actual fiddle.
The Gallery 63 crew gets a Civil War history lesson when they take in an infantry captain's diaries and letters as well as a telescope that could be the rarest object the Galery has ever sold. A collector also brings in a functioning 19th-century camera.
Gallery 63 meets the Big E -- both of them. Paul takes in a Cadillac once owned by Elvis Presley and rare correspondence from Thomas Edison, showing a lesser known side of the famous inventor. Jon authenticates a Bruce Springsteen-signed flag guitar.
Owner Paul Brown can’t resist test-firing an antique Winchester signal cannon to get it ready for auction. The Gallery 63 crew takes in an antique Asian cabinet, which the owner says is inhabited by her friend’s ghost. In addition, a pilot persuades a cautious Paul to take on his 1974 Grumman airplane, in spite of its high reserve price, by sweetening the deal with a breath-taking flight.
Paul heads to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center to collect historic items for a special charity auction sale, including a space suit, an astronaut's work of art, and an Apollo 13 pinball machine, signed by both the astronaut and the actor who played him.
A 3-carat, platinum-band ring catches manager Cindy's eye, but it's a humble bull sack purse that inspires her to hold Gallery 63's first mechanical bull rodeo. The Gallery 63 crew also takes in a vintage dive helmet and a ship's binnacle.
The Gallery 63 crew take in Civil War-era iron knuckles found on a local battlefield. Owner Paul squeezes into a particularly mini British Mini Cooper. And a family's moonshine still inspires picker Jon to try his hand at home brewing for the Gallery.
The Gallery 63 crew receives a package of dino poo. Owner Paul hopes the signature on an original-issue version of Gone With The Wind proves legitimate this time. And his visit to mystical Lithia Springs yields an ancient skull-shaped jadeite pipe.
Houdini's descendant visits Gallery 63 to authenticate his famous relative's historic letter and perform his own escape-artist trick. The crew also takes in a 1951 Ford F1 and an Atlanta Olympics table tennis set that inspires some friendly competition.
The Gallery 63 crew take in a vintage fortune telling scale and a menagerie of taxidermied animals. A seller's collection of baseball cards reveals quite a few namers, famers, and rookie cards.
The Gallery 63 crew fires up a piece of history: an antique cigar boy lighter once used in a family's cigar shop. Paul takes in a personalized, handwritten letter from Albert Einstein, while Jon gambles on an ornate 400-year-old engraved Spanish desk.
Paul test drives some Harley-Davidson history on a three-wheeled 1947 Servi-Car as his sister, Susan, susses out the value of an antique rocking horse. In addition, the Gallery 63 crew can't resist a friendly wager on a vintage Italian multi-game table.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions off a one-of-a-kind early 1900s seance machine and a 19th-century silver horn that the team at first mistakes for a simple trumpet. Paul takes a gamble on auctioning an iconic, silver 1975 Airstream trailer with a high reserve price.
The Gallery 63 crew take in a mystery medical device that might have been used for torture and a centuries old mini sword made for a nobleman's child. Paul's own inner child comes out to play with a huge antique miniature train layout.
Paul and the Gallery 63 crew auction off an enormous 1800s music box and an all-wood Harley-Davidson motorcycle reportedly made by two drunk cabinet makers. Then, they blow off steam with a friendly competition test firing an antique South American blow gun.
Paul and the Gallery 63 crew auction off a fossil from an elephant-like prehistoric mammal and a rare painting from a Latin American post-modern artist, but the biggest gem of the day could be hidden in a daunting collection of 150,000 sports cards.
Gallery 63 auctions off a Marine dress sword engraved with Oliver North's name and a World War I-era Gibson mandolin. A seller takes the crew for a ride in his wacky Taxi, which has a 23-foot-long cab complete with a 50s diner-style interior.
Paul and the Gallery 63 crew auction off a built-from-the-axle-up homemade hot rod and a rare bronze Amazon sculpture. Cindy can't keep her hands off a zebra-skinned African drum that comes into the Gallery, much to the irritation of her coworkers.
Paul and the Gallery 63 crew auction off a Championship wrestling belt, a signed Edgar Allen Poe collection and huge lion-shaped temple guardians from Thailand.