There's nothing like being back in your hometown, and so this week the Auction Hunters stepped into Antelope Valley, CA, where Ton grew up.
Ton and Allen have conquered much of the West Coast - especially Southern California - but the question remained, how would they fair in New York City? This week, the boys were ready to answer that question and put their auction hunting skills to the test when they visited Brooklyn.
With famous sports teams and a breathtaking landscape, Denver just had to be on the Auction Hunters’ list soon enough – and so this week they finally hit the grand city looking for some fine antique items.
The beautiful city of Thousand Oaks, CA, may as well be called "Thousand Collectibles, " because this week Ton and Allen uncovered some of the absolute best finds they’ve ever seen anywhere.
This week it was time for Ton and Allen to break the ice, so to speak, in Alaska. Which town did they step into looking for amazing finds? A place that was full of agricultural history and ripe with hidden loot: Palmer, of course.
It’s time for some sizzling summer news for all the Auction Hunters and American Digger fans out there. I’m talking about a double dose of sizzling good news. Spike TV has just picked up a fourth season of 26 episodes of Auction Hunters, and 13 episodes of American Digger.
Another day, another awesome auction. There’s never been a better time to see what sweet finds Ton and Allen have uncovered by tuning in to all-new episodes of Auction Hunters beginning Wednesday, August 8 at 10/9c. The boys travel the country, hitting new cities, going toe-to-toe with even tougher locals, seeking the biggest, baddest, and...
8 miles south of Denver is a small town that has big surprises, rich history, and plenty of storage units up for grabs. Littleton, CO, was the stop for Ton and Allen this week and what an adventure it was.
Ton and Allen took Auction Hunters to Arlington, VA, home to the pentagon, civil war collectibles, and antiques, antiques, antiques.
Ton and Allen headed deep, deep down south this week hoping to conquer Baton Rouge, LA. Having the ninth largest port in the United States, the boys knew exactly what they came for: southern treasure. The question remained, however, who else was?