Check out this nifty movie prop from the movie Talladega Nights.
A gentleman brings Paul Brown a dagger with a bear-jawbone handle that he bought for $10 ... but that may be worth a whole lot more.
A movie-car lover -- and Back to the Future fan -- brings Gallery 63 his meticulously handcrafted DeLorean time machine replica, hoping to get back what he's sunk into it ... a good $60,000.
It steers, it rolls, it's cheap on gas ... It's a wooden model of a 1937 Flathead Harley-Davidson, hand-crafted -- purportedly -- by two carpenters while under the influence. What's not to love?
Describing it as "cool as the back of a pillow," Paul Brown returns from his test ride of a powerful 1947 Harley-Davidson Servi-Car a happy, happy man.
Much to the delight of the Gallery 63 crew, a seller brings in a 1928 Model A Ford pick-up truck in excellent condition.
Gallery 63 office manager Cindy Shook makes the mistake of revealing her worry that an auction item is radioactive to her prankster boss, Paul Brown.
Paul Brown calls in his sister Sue to evaluate an antique Venetian mirror, which turns out to be worth the price of a small car.
Paul Brown gets some disappointing news when he brings in a decorative arts and antiques expert to appraise a Victorian parlor set from a recent pick.
Gallery 63's Cindy is terrified of heights, but the novelty -- and beauty -- of a hot-air balloon ride is just too good to pass up.
Hoping to raise enough cash for a vacation with his wife, a seller brings Gallery 63 what he believes is a headhunters ax.
At Gallery 63, a seller brings in -- and plays (beautifully!) -- a trumpet he believes was featured in the 1876 Paris World's Fair.
Delfino and Jon decide to play a little prank on a freaked-out Cindy with the Ouija board.
Hoping for $800, the seller of a ping-pong set from the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta watches hopefully as bidding begins. Will his dreams be fulfilled ... or dashed?
A woman looking to renovate her kitchen brings her father's collection of rare African artifacts to Gallery 63.