Rare Vampire-Killing Kits? Yep, ‘Auction Kings’ Has ‘Em

October 25, 2010 | by aharris

Auction Kings The team at Gallery 63 (one of the country’s most storied auction houses) is known for bizarre, high-end items — from jewel-encrusted gold pencils to softball-sized meteorites. Owner Paul Brown has made a name for himself as the go-to guy for bidders looking for the one-of-a-kind pieces that can only be found inside his doors.

On Tuesday at 10pm ET/PT, Discovery Channel debuts an all-new series, Auction Kings, which gives viewers a look at the tradition of auctioning and the history of the rare items that Paul and the Gallery 63 crew find and sell to the highest bidders.

Check out this clip from Tuesday’s premiere, as a seller brings Paul a unique item: a vampire-killing kit from the 1800s (only fitting with Halloween around the corner)…and then test your ability to guess the bid online with other, less scary items!


  • Bored with the D channel

    This show really is horrible. Come on Discovery these people are completely annoying. Take them off the air and quit trying to compete with the History channel show American Pickers. Dont just go with the flow find a show that nobody has thought of. Please.