Lmh rated it it was amazing Apr 05, 2013. The Garrett brothers bring in a commemorative display with Frazier and Ali's boxing gloves from their Fight of the Century. Sue - Paul's sister. Paul is quick to point out that the buyer is certainly happy though. Paul has high hopes that an 1820 land deed for a local Atlanta lot will auction for a good price. Based on the original British Antiques Roadshow, which premiered in 1979, the American version first aired in 1997. It investigated a variety of collections from museums and private collectors. After never getting around to it, Cindy convinces him to auction it, as valuable guitars were in high demand at that time. Louise rated it really liked it Jan 21, 2018. A tiny jewel-encrusted gold pencil might just be, Cindy and Paul go up in a hot air balloon up for auction; also sold are a, The auction includes a guitar autographed by, Before auctioning off a hand mirror signed by, "Declaration of Independence/Concession Wagon", Up on the block: Video Bob (real name Robert Moseley) auctioned off an exact replica of the, "WWII Harley-Davidson/1800s Gambler's Watch-Gun". The panel formerly included museum curator Niccole Warren and Lauren Carpenter. They were made with genuine ivory. The crew also auctions an art nouveau bronze statue. The show ran its final episode on May 16, 2013. 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. The Gallery 63 crew auctions off Elvis's gold-and-diamond bracelet and sterling silver replicas of Columbus's three ships. The show was also previously shown on DTour and Historia. TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. 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. Outcome: standard commission. © 2020 Discovery or its subsidiaries and affiliates. In general, when a piece looks like it could be valuable, but the condition hurts the price. The haunted art cabinet. Skinner is an American auction house. Luckily, Jon came back with several other valuable pieces. Office manager Cindy second-guesses herself after convincing Paul to auction off his own vintage Martin guitar since he never plays it. In 1995, he began appearing as an appraiser on the PBS series, Antiques Roadshow, specializing in pop culture memorabilia. The Gallery 63 crew takes in a pristine-looking 1955 Ford Thunderbird valued at $50,000. The Gallery 63 crew auctions chastity belts thought to be from medieval times, and the Garrett brothers bring in a barber chair and pole. 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. Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA) is the first auction house to specialize in 20th century Modern art and design. The series was canceled on November 19, 2013, with the final episodes airing on December 23, 2013. Paul takes Cindy to the shooting range to see how those weapons were used. Oddities is a half-hour documentary/reality television program which follows the operation of an East Village, Manhattan shop which trades in antiques and other rarities. Experts: Charles - Expert on foreign antiques. One of the pieces auctioned was a gambler's chain, with a concealed pistol on the end. Lori Ann Verderame, known professionally as Dr. Lori, is an American appraiser of antiques, collectibles, and fine art; she is also a television personality, public speaker, author, and former professor and curator. 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. The Ouija board, which predicts it's own sell price. [3] The auction house employees often rely on experts to appraise items of which historical background is provided to the viewer. A seller brings in a stamp they claim is worth a million dollars. Paul’s new Michigan pickers, Ernie and Steve Garrett, find a unique, hand-carved Mountain Man Character Slot Machine. The seller only wants $35, but Paul and the expert appraiser think it's worth much much more. Owns his own auction house, which specializes in antique furniture. Elyse Luray is an American art historian and appraiser of historical objects who has become a television personality as a result of her appearances on a number of shows, most particularly as a member, since its premiere in 2003, of PBS's investigation-of-the-past series History Detectives. An online sting in Georgia to catch child predators over the summer months has successfully led to the arrest of 40 men from around Georgia and parts of South Carolina. In addition, a custom calliope needs Delfino's magic touch to turn it from a cacophonous mess back into a melodious instrument. Gallery 63 owner Paul can’t believe his eyes when picker Jon returns with a Civil War document bearing Abraham Lincoln’s signature. Dr. Lori – Expert brought in typically for historical pieces (except documents) and for pieces where the other experts wouldn't help. ... steve maupin rated it it was amazing Aug 22, 2014. When taping locations are decided, they are announced on the program's website raising the profile of various small to mid-size cities, such as Billings, Montana; Biloxi, Mississippi; Bismarck, North Dakota; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Hot Springs, Arkansas; and Rapid City, South Dakota. A seller wants to sell a cart which he runs a business out of. 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. Steve and Ernie Garrett – A pair of antique pickers from Michigan, the Garrett brothers debuted on the show in season 3. The crew enjoys a behind-the-scenes tour at a wildlife preserve to prepare for an auction to raise money for the charity. Paul himself had an expensive guitar he wanted to take lessons to play. The opening credits of season 1 suggest Paul takes 15-20% of the sale price. The Gallery 63 crew auctions an 8-foot-long map of New York City from 1875. It breaks being unloaded from the trailer, and no one can find a replacement wheel. Discovery Channel's All New Series, "Auction Kings," Proves That One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure, "Love Meter/Knights of the Templar Sword", "Ladies' Muff Pistols/John Hancock's Book", A collector brings in a pair of 19th-century, Looking for funds to buy a new tour bus, a rockabilly musician brings in a pink 1960, The Gallery 63 team prepare for their next auction, which includes a, A man walks in with a 92-carat ruby necklace he's been keeping in a shoebox, another brings in a classic 1967, A seller brings in an ancient hand cannon so old and so rare, even the experts struggle to determine its origin and history. It was appraised at between $100 and $200, and itself predicted the price would have a '5' in it. They are widely known as appraisers on the PBS series Antiques Roadshow, for favoring preservation of antiques over restoration and for their high-energy personalities. Provenance, history, and value of the items are discussed. 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. Meanwhile, Paul’s father offers up an out-of-print thousand dollar bill originally issued in 1928. 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 player-piano also sounded awful pre-repairs. Elijah Brown - Paul's son (and thus Bob's grandson). The Garrett brothers bring in a signed Jackie Robinson baseball program and a basketball jersey signed by Atlanta native Dominique Wilkins. A few of the buyers and sellers are also repeat customers. The Gallery 63 crew auctions off a piece of history from the 60s classic film Cleopatra and an 1800s doctor's buggy. Dealers is a British reality television series produced by Fever Media for the Discovery Channel. When a piece comes in that is expected to sell for much more than it goes for. Sellers offer comments regarding the merchandise at hand both before and after the auction. Business is booming, so Paul brings in some additional pickers: the hard-bargaining, Michigan-based Steve and Ernie Garrett. Everything from fake swords to a very beat up piano. They often pick up pieces that Paul has noticed a demand for and then bring them to Gallery 63 to sell. The Gallery 63 crew auctions an antique fire extinguisher, a fire grenade and a cane sword. Paul’s new Michigan pickers, Ernie and Steve Garrett, find a unique, hand-carved Mountain Man Character Slot Machine. The series is filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada, where it chronicles the daily activities at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, a 24-hour family business opened in 1989 and originally operated by patriarch Richard "Old Man" Harrison, his son Rick Harrison, Rick's son Corey "Big Hoss" Harrison, and Corey's childhood friend, Austin "Chumlee" Russell. Cindy calls in an expert and is floored when she hears the stamp is really worth it... if it were real. 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. Storage Wars is an American reality TV franchise on the A&E Network. Dee rated it it was amazing Jul 26, 2012. Jamie Breese comes in to determine if a military short sword is from the Napoleonic era. 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. Repeats of the series are currently airing on the digital broadcast network Quest. The show, hosted by Adam Shaw, premiered on 16 April 2012. Past guests have included former Australian immigration minister Amanda Vanstone, former Australian federal opposition leader Kim Beazley, and musician Pete Cooper from The Porkers. The success of Storage Wars led to A&E commissioning a spin-off series, Storage Wars: Texas, which ran for three seasons, ending in January 2014. 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.