25 November 2010 by Published in: Podcast Archives Tags:, , , , , 5 comments

Auction Kings Paul Brown joins Martin to talk about the inside scoop on the new Discovery Channel’s hit show. Listen in as Paul talks about what has changed in his life & at Gallery 63 since the show aired. Paul also talks about his background and what it was like growing up in the auction business and a lot more.

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  1. bob brown
    Fri 26th Nov 2010 at 12:18 pm

    hi .i have just listened to your show.. i am amazed that he apparently learned more than i had thought at the time. .he is a chip off the old block . we fought many times over on some of things,that he now believes, specially the live auction vs the internet . i am so proud of him an his growing accomplishments . an i am proud of cindy an the whole crew antiquing an auctions should be fun an entertaining. . thank you for the great interview. bob brown ,red baron antiques atlanta ga .

  2. Fri 26th Nov 2010 at 3:09 pm

    Hey Bob, thank you for the compliment. Your son was a great interviewee. Martin

  3. bill hoag
    Sat 27th Nov 2010 at 1:50 am

    like the podcast was helpful

  4. Sun 28th Nov 2010 at 3:31 pm

    Paul himself is like antiques…he is real. If you can’t feel his energy, enthusiasm, and knowledge towards the auction world in this podcast, you might be dead! THIS is why the Discovery Channel FOUND HIM!…Auction Kings ain’t no fancy appraisal show telling what something is supposedly “worth”…or some pawn shop offering you only enough money for one sleazy night in Vegas for your great-grandmother’s most cherished heirloom… Auction Kings is about experiencing the raw, organic, and “live” nature of auctions…We don’t sell this stuff–this stuff sells itself and the money it brings depends on what’s up for bid?…Paul is my boss, my mentor, and my friend and he and Cindy have changed my life forever…I am truly grateful to have become the winning “bidder” for Gallery 63’s pseudo-picker position! -Jon

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