In the Season 5 finale, Mark and Billy are convinced that because they know the lay of the land they are untouchable when they travel to an auction in New York City. However, what they don't seem to realize is that Valerie has some tricks up her sleeve.
The buyers hit the jackpot in Vegas at an estate auction. Billy seeks revenge as the Martins and Mark team up to buy a vintage gas pump, and one buyer cashes in on a lifelike movie replica of a famous Hollywood actor.
Vintage and unusual items are featured at an auction in Nashville. Included: Mark wonders how much a mysterious bag is worth; and an actor from the original "Star Wars" trilogy helps Billy determine the value of an old tube.
The buyers take a gamble on vintage casino and advertising items, including a Bob's Big Boy statue, in Las Vegas; Mark pays a hefty price for a slot machine; a rare Elvis recording could pay off big time.
A lost property auction in Toronto has Mark excited about an old-school boom box from the 1980s, while one of his fellow buyers is over the rainbow about finding a rare "Wizard of Oz" piece in a sealed trunk.
Lodged in an industrial neighbourhood of Providence, Christina's massive warehouse is home to more than 200 very strange items. We hope Billy, Valerie and Mark don't get too spooked because this is the auction of a lifetime!
In Quebec City, Valerie, Mark and Billy go to an auction in a church, but it isn't a blessed affair for all of them. Billy overspends on circus masks, and Valerie buys a locked suitcase that contains President Taft's Kodak camera.
In Halifax, Valerie, Mark and Billy hope to find deep-sea treasure – but only Mark gets close to the water, getting his hands on a vintage battleship plaque and his feet into a pair of brass diver's slippers.
Florida's Prince of Pawn is opening the floodgates and unleashing a torrent of one-of-a-kind and high-end antiques from a personal collection that spans decades! Will Mark, Billy or Valerie take home the biggest bling from the pawnshop ring?
At a consignment auction in Montreal, Canada, Valerie tries to make the most of her hometown advantage. Mark outbids her on some sports memorabilia, and Billy hopes his gramophone will bring big returns back home.
In NYC, the buyers spar over memorabilia from some of the music's top icons. Billy and the Martins battle over a gold suit once worn by James Brown and one buyer tries to "Get Happy" with a Partridge Family lunchbox.
The buyers travel to Nashville, TN, where pop culture items are everywhere. Billy & Mark battle over a pink Cadillac front with an Elvis license plates, and one buyer scores a "Golden Ticket" after finding a Willy Wonka candy bar.
Mark goes the distance at the Jacksonville estate auction for a giant Mike Tyson statue, and the Martins take extreme measures to open up one of their winnings. Billy hopes to make waves bidding on naval equipment.
The buyers head to Denver, hoping for a Rocky Mountain High profit. Billy and Mark scuffle over an authentic German World War II item, and one buyer gets excited after finding an original Playboy Bunny Costume.
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