Gallery 63 owner Paul takes in a star-spangled, tricked-out 1917 T-Bucket Roadster, but when its origin comes into question, so does its value. Business is booming, so Paul brings in some additional pickers: the hard-bargaining, Michigan-based Steve and Ernie Garrett. When the Garrett brothers bring in a Cadaver Casket and an Iron Maiden torture device, Paul barely wants to touch them, much less sell them.
Owner Paul Brown takes in a collection of John Wayne commemorative guns based on weapons used in Wayne's most-iconic movies. Paul takes Cindy to the shooting range to see how those weapons were used. Also, a seller brings in a 1980s-era roaming, speaking robot called the Omnibot 2000, and the crew has a friendly competition to see who can operate it best. New appraiser Jamie Breese seeks to unravel the mystery of a ship's telegraph, reminiscent of those used on Titanic.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions off a naval cannon believed to be from the 17th-century Spanish Armada and a 19th-century deed signed by 6th President John Quincy Adams. Cindy takes in and tests a quack medical device for ladies with shocking results.
A Trekkie brings his prized possession into Gallery 63: a Command Red Uniform from Star Trek: Generations. Paul’s new Michigan pickers, Ernie and Steve Garrett, find a unique, hand-carved Mountain Man Character Slot Machine. A 1959 BMW motorcycle with a sidecar and a quirky Wild-West-Easy-Rider customization catches Paul’s eye, but the extensive modifications may make it challenging to sell.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions off Elvis's gold-and-diamond bracelet and sterling silver replicas of Columbus's three ships. The crew enjoys a behind-the-scenes tour at a wildlife preserve to prepare for an auction to raise money for the charity.
Gallery 63 owner Paul can’t believe his eyes when picker Jon returns with a Civil War document bearing Abraham Lincoln’s signature. Meanwhile, in southeastern Michigan, pickers Steve and Ernie Garrett discover a rare Harley-Davidson commemorative bicycle. Office manager Cindy second-guesses herself after convincing Paul to auction off his own vintage Martin guitar since he never plays it.
Paul and the Gallery 63 crew auction a 1907 Edison Morning Glory Phonograph and a mysterious Mercedes. The Garrett brothers bring in a commemorative display with Frazier and Ali's boxing gloves from their Fight of the Century.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions 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 auctions 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 auctions a gangster-worthy 1937 Hudson Terraplane car. Meanwhile, the Garrett brothers 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 takes in an autographed drumstick collection that drummer Cindy has a hard time giving up. In addition, Paul decides to auction two vehicles with a reserve: a 1967 C10 Chevy pickup and a 1988 Trans Am GTA.
Owner Paul Brown travels out to a dirt track to see for himself if a stock car used in the 2011 remake of the film Footloose is worth auctioning. Meanwhile, the Garret brothers bring in a collection of pop culture items, including a 1945 NFL Program, a Star Trek USS Enterprise model kit, and a vintage Barbie Doll.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions a plank cannon from the French and Indian War and a 20-foot Gibson guitar owned by country legend Travis Tritt. In addition, a custom calliope needs Delfino's magic touch to turn it from a cacophonous mess back into a melodious instrument.
Paul and his team auction a Confederate sword and a motorized bar stool that once reached a record-breaking speed of 45 miles per hour. Meanwhile, Paul’s father offers up an out-of-print thousand dollar bill originally issued in 1928.
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. Jamie Breese comes in to determine if a military short sword is from the Napoleonic era. The crew also auctions an art nouveau bronze statue.
The Gallery 63 crew takes in a pristine-looking 1955 Ford Thunderbird valued at $50,000. Meanwhile, Jon picks a turn-of-the-century toy cart also called an Irish Mail Cart, and the Garrett brothers bring in a gunner's sight from a World War II-era bomber.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions a Gibson SG replica of the most iconic guitar in rock history: Eric Clapton's "The Fool." Meanwhile, Paul brings in a baseball memorabilia expert to determine the significance and worth of a 1952 Andy Pafko card. Plus, a dining set of the last Titanic survivor, Millvina Dean, goes to auction for charity.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions chastity belts thought to be from medieval times, and the Garrett brothers bring in a barber chair and pole. Paul has high hopes that an 1820 land deed for a local Atlanta lot will auction for a good price.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions off a piece of history from the 60s classic film Cleopatra and an 1800s doctor's buggy. Meanwhile, it takes a barbecue for the crew to convince Paul that pig- and longhorn-shaped smokers should be allowed up on his auction block.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions an 1800s baby scale and an enormous collection of vintage and modern fishing gear. Delfino fixes a Skee-Ball game the Garretts pick, and Paul has a serious difference of opinion with the Garrett brothers on the value of an 1800s-era British cutlass.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions an antique fire extinguisher, a fire grenade and a cane sword. A seller brings in the infamous Beatles Yesterday & Today "butcher-cover" album, and expert Jamie Breese determines if the rare find is legitimate.
The Gallery 63 crew takes in a football helmet autographed by multiple quarterback legends. Meanwhile, a seller brings in what she believes to be a valuable 1868 Benjamin Franklin Z-Grill stamp, and the Garrett Brothers accidentally buy some questionable Wild West memorabilia.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions 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 end of a station wagon.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions an 8-foot-long map of New York City from 1875. The seller only wants $35, but Paul and the expert appraiser think it's worth much much more. The Garrett brothers bring in a signed Jackie Robinson baseball program and a basketball jersey signed by Atlanta native Dominique Wilkins.