Auction Kings TV Schedule
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Tuesday May 21
WW1 Trench Knife/Opium License
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a WW1 British officer's trench knife, an opium tax stamp, and a Swiss Army Condor Motorcycle.
Buckets of Silver/USS Yorktown Locker
This week at Gallery 63, a seller brings in buckets filled with sterling silver; a father and son consign a seaman’s locker from the USS Yorktown, and Jon takes in a kiddie ride that pays homage to WWI Flying Ace, the Red Baron.
Wednesday May 22
SEASON PREMIERE: Paul challenges his crew to the first-ever Gallery 63 Pick-Off! Each player has $500 and 1 hour to pick their treasures at an antique market. The one with the largest profit margin on auction day wins everybody's profits.
Friday May 24
Wild West Memorabilia/ NFL Helmet
The Gallery 63 crew take in a football helmet autographed by multiple quarterback legends and an 1868 stamp the seller believes is worth more than a million dollars. The Garrett Brothers accidentally buy some questionable Wild West memorabilia.
Beatles "Butcher" Album/Fire Grenade
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a large antique fire extinguisher, a fire grenade, a cane sword, and the infamous Beatles "butcher-cover" album. But it will take expert Jamie Breese to determine if the rare "Yesterday & Today" album is legitimate.
Tuesday May 28
Napoleon Mirror/WWI Boy Scout Poster
The Gallery 63 team auctions a hand mirror signed by Napoleon, a WWI Boy Scout war bonds poster, and a mysterious cabinet. John goes all out to impres Paul by helping assemble the new auction catalog.
Jim Morrison Poem/Cabbage Patch Babies
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.
Wednesday May 29
Ouija Board/Richard Petty Jeep
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.
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.
Thursday May 30
King, Bling, and Rodeo Ring
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.
Wrestling Belt/Temple Guardians
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.
Friday May 31
Pink Cadillac/Baseball Memorabilla
Owner Paul Brown and Gallery 63 team prepare for their next auction, which includes a rockabilly musician's pink Cadillac and a small tugboat. A set of historic baseball memorabilia holds a particularly rare piece that neither seller nor buyer realizes.
Blow Gun/Wooden Harley
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. They blow off steam with a friendly competition test firing an antique South American blow gun.
Monday June 3
Love Meter/Knights of Templar Sword
Owner Paul Brown and Gallery 63 team prepare for their next auction, which includes a sword and uniform from a secret society and a 1637 prayer book. Handyman Delfino repairs a Love Meter game, which the team uses to crown the gallery's best lover.
Lindbergh Scrapbook/Antique Toys
The Gallery 63 team auctions a historic Charles Lindbergh scrapbook and collection of antique toys. Will Paul's gamble on a rare Wurlitzer band organ pay off?