Mark, Billy, Sally and Laurence travel across the Atlantic to participate in an airport auction at Greasby's Auction House in London.
Laurence Martin drives a truck to Greasby's Auction House. The London auction house is where all airport baggage left unclaimed for 6 months ends up.
Sally Martin takes notes on the items up for bid during the preview period.
Mark Meyer gets a closer look at the luggage up for auction.
Some of the electronic items up for bid at the airport auction.
Mark examines a bag of jewelry hoping to find a hidden gem.
He then asks one of Greasby's Auction House staff members for their take on the bag of jewelry.
Laurence shows off his musical talents by playing a guitar.
Billy Leroy scopes out Greasby's Auction House in London.
Billy bids on a 16th-century painting that has caught his eye.
Mark and Billy exchange words during the auction. Seems like they are warning each other -- don't even think about bidding on the items I'm interested in!
Mark and Sally discuss their purchases outside of Greasby's.
The Young & Son antiques store helps appraise some of the items won in the auction.
Billy takes advantage of his London stay with a visit to Emma Willis's shop. The English shirtmaker is known for her quality clothing ... and we know Billy likes to look good!
Laurence and Sally take a closer look at one of their finds. Wonder if it is worth a lot?
They decide to find out by visiting an appraisal expert.