While Jon is on the road to pick up an antique telephone, a rapper brings in a motorcycle, modified by Michael Jordans racing team.
The crew auction off a pit crew suit from the movie Talladega Nights, and will they make a profit with a custom-built Hydroplane Speedboat?
The crew auction off an antique horse racing game, and a seller claims he has President Thomas Jefferson's desk, but is it for real?
The crew at Gallery 63 auction off seaman's locker from the USS Yorktown, and a seller brings in buckets filled with sterling silver.
The crew auction off a rare 1956 Mustang Pony motorcycle and a Star Wars enthusiast retires his Stormtrooper costume.
A seller brings in a saddle he says was commissioned by the King of Morocco and Delfino tries to get classic drive-in movie speakers to work.
Rare letters from Helen Keller are auctioned off and a seller believes his World War II telescope is from a German U-boat. But is it real?
The crew auction off an oversized M16 Training Rifle complete with training comic book and a Victorian-era, butt-activated musical chair.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off a WW1 British officer's trench knife, an opium tax stamp, and a Swiss Army Condor Motorcycle.
While Jon is on the road to pick up an antique telephone, a rapper brings in a motorcycle, modified by Michael Jordan's racing team.
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.
Sugar Ray Leonard's first Mercedes Benz arrives at Gallery 63 and a rare WWII US Navy Dive Suit is up for grabs.
A signed Evel Knievel cape jumps on to the auction block. Plus, a vintage phone booth dials the Gallery 63 crew into some old school fun.
Country music superstar Clay Walker wants to auction off a selection of his personal items to raise money for his organization Band Against MS.
This week at Gallery 63, a turn-of-the-century haberdashery is delivered for auction and a Massage-A-Belt exercise machine shakes up the crew.
A Pannonia motorcycle hopes to rev up the Gallery 63 crowd. Plus, a Michael Jackson "Thriller" sales award makes it to the block.
Paul goes on a pick and comes back with a vintage shoeshine stand and a seller brings in a pair of WWI binoculars.