Their auction house overflowing with new treasures and new customers, the Gallery 63 crew hunts down and auctions off America's most unusual rarities. But every auction is a gamble as the buyer and seller battle it out for the better deal.
Gallery 63 owner Paul Brown verifies a vampire killing kit, and new picker Jon finds a signed edition of Gone with the Wind and a WWII Nazi Handbook on his first test run. Meanwhile a hopeful seller brings in a Russian meteorite.
Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team prepare to auction a sword and uniform from a secret society and a prayer book from 1637. Handyman Delfino repairs a Love Meter game, which the team uses to crown the gallery's best lover.
A collector brings in a pair of 19th-century ladies' pistols that were designed to be concealed in a hand muff. Meanwhile, new picker Jon uncovers a Venetian mirror in a cluttered basement, and a seller brings in two rare books.
Paul and the Gallery 63 team auction a snooker table that toured with the Rolling Stones and a collection of rare African artifacts. Paul helps his auction business mentor (and father) Bob by selling alien mannequins.
The Gallery 63 team prepares 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 stop playing.
The Gallery 63 team takes in two chairs that may have come from a New Orleans cathouse and a 1969 Oldsmobile 442. Meanwhile, a young soldier raising money for his wedding brings in a WWII Japanese rifle and sword.
Manager Cindy finds a 1950s spy watch and recorder with the voices still on it. Meanwhile, Paul introduces Jon to a new client whose concept drawings from Disney's Lion King are legit, and another seller brings in a Model A Ford.
A rockabilly musician cruises in with a gleaming pink 1960 Cadillac, a wife unloads her husband's model tugboat, and a collector brings in historic Negro League baseball memorabilia that includes a particularly rare piece.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team prepare to auction a 92-carat ruby necklace and a classic 1967 Triumph Chopper. 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 and owner Paul Brown discovers a unique, jeweled Faberge pencil. Meanwhile, handyman Delfino works on a sour-sounding player piano and a woman hits the jackpot with an inherited painting.
The Gallery 63 team prepares for their next auction, which includes a Woolly Mammoth tusk and a giant, unset sapphire. Manager Cindy gets the ride of her life when she and Paul go up in a hot air balloon with their client.
Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team 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."
The Gallery 63 team auctions a historic Charles Lindbergh scrapbook and a collection of antique metal toys. Wanting an especially big-ticket item to anchor the auction, owner Paul takes a gamble on a rare Wurlitzer band organ.
Gallery 63 auctions a hand mirror signed by Napoleon and a WWI Boy Scout war bonds poster. Paul calls in his antique expert sister to shed some light on a mysterious cabinet, while Jon assembles the upcoming auction's catalog.
The Gallery 63 team auctions an MLK-signed letter and some expensive Finster doll furniture. While a seller brings in a shrunken head for consideration, Paul and father Bob entice Paul's son Elijah to join the family business.
Gallery 63 auctions a pinball machine used on Happy Days and a 1940s Whizzer motorized bicycle. Jon authenticates a bloodstain on a WWII Soviet flag, and Paul ends up on Cindy's Wall of Shame for people who don't pay their bills.
The Gallery 63 team auctions a vintage fire truck, a 19th-century lithograph copy of the Declaration of Independence, and a Tiffany grandfather clock. The team races to fix an antique concession wagon which breaks during offload.
The Gallery 63 team auctions a 1946 Willys Jeep restored by Richard Petty, a Rock-ola jukebox and a Ouija Board. When his Ouija prank on Cindy backfires, Jon scrambles to fix the situation before Paul finds out.