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Buyers in the Atlanta area searching for those one-of-a-kind items -- a vampire hunting kit, anyone? -- know exactly where to go, but the quantity is always limited and the prices fluid. "Auction Kings" follows the action at Gallery 63, a storied auction house in Hotlanta with a reputation for selling both bizarre and high-end items. Its owner, Paul Brown, manages his feisty staff and mingles with his customers, bidders and buyers who come from all walks of life.

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A vintage Ms. Pac-Man arcade game; a military short sword; an Art Nouveau bronze statue.
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Modernized bar stool; Confederate sword; a thousand-dollar bill.
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A patriotic 1917 T-Bucket Roadster; iron maiden torture device; a cadaver casket.
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Civil War-era iron knuckles recovered from a local battlefield; a truly mini British Mini Cooper; Jon tries his hand at home brewing.
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Gallery 63's first mechanical bull rodeo; crew takes in a vintage dive helmet and ship's binnacle.
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The Lomax Trike is part-car, part-motorcycle; a handwritten poem by Jim Morrison; Cabbage Patch Kids.
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The crew obtains a package of dino poo; signature debate on an original-issue version of "Gone With the Wind"; an ancient skull-shaped jadeite pipe.
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An Oldsmobile 442; two chairs reportedly from a cathouse; a WWII Japanese rifle and sword.
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A 92-carat ruby necklace; antique Triumph chopper; a case of Billy Beer.
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Rolling Stones' snooker table; rare African artifacts; alien mannequins.
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Nineteenth century ladies muff pistols; two antique books, one signed by John Hancock.
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A rockabilly musician's pink Cadillac; a small tugboat; historic baseball memorabilia.
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An ancient hand cannon; gold Faberge pencil; player piano; a woman hits the jackpot with a painting she inherited from an aunt.
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Vampire hunting kit; meteorite; Nazi handbook.
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An enormous New York City map dates to 1875; the Garretts bring in Jackie Robinson and Dominique Wilkins memorabilia.
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Chastity belts , thought to be from medieval times; the Garrett brothers bring in a barber chair and pole; an 1820 land deed.
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A dining set from the last Titanic survivor; a Gibson SG replica Eric Clapton guitar; a 1952 Andy Pafko baseball card that is in questionable condition.
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John Wayne commemorative gun collection; Omnibot2000 robot; the mystery of a ship's telegraph.
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1955 Ford Thunderbird valued at $50,000; Irish mail cart; gunner's sight from a World War II bomber.
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The crew gets a Civil War history lesson with an infantry captain's correspondence and a rare telescope.
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A World War II Harley-Davidson motorcycle; a rare piece of baseball history; an 1800s gambler's watch and gun.

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