What are your hidden treasures worth?

What are your hidden treasures worth? 'Auction King' Paul Brown tells you

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FOX 5 viewer Terri Ingram sent in this picture of a copper figurine. FOX 5 viewer Terri Ingram sent in this picture of a copper figurine.
FOX 5 viewer Jeremy Sides submitted this picture of a Buddist Temple relic. FOX 5 viewer Jeremy Sides submitted this picture of a Buddist Temple relic.
Paul Brown gets his baseball card of Ron Gant signed by the Good Day Atlanta anchor. Paul Brown gets his baseball card of Ron Gant signed by the Good Day Atlanta anchor.
ATLANTA -

We asked you to share your hidden treasures with us, and boy, did you ever! We got dozens of emails from viewers who wanted to know what the items they had stashed away are worth.  Paul Brown, star of the hit reality show Auction Kings, dropped by to answer that question for a few lucky FOX 5 viewers.

CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVE TO WATCH THE SEGMENT!

More info:
The Discovery Channel's Auction Kings website
Gallery 63 in Sandy Springs website
Paul Brown on Twitter

 

 

 

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