Billy, Mark and the Martins head to the Boston Estates Auction, conducted by White's Auctions, to gamble on genuine historical items. However, not everything sold at this auction is authentic.Go to Episode
Baggage Battle specialists and crew walked about the city, making a stop in Boston Common, a beautifully landscaped park filled with tourists.
Tremont St, Boston, MA
Baggage Battle specialists and crew walked about the city, exploring sites such as the historic Bunker Hill, where the first significant battle of the American Revolution occurred.
Boston National Historical Park, Boston, MA 02129
The specialists spent time in a meat locker at The Meat House, an organic butcher shop in Cambridge, MA, learning how a Civil War-era amputation saw would work (they practiced on a lamb leg).
1285 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446
The Old North Church
One of the appraisal locations for several of the auction items, here the specialists saw how a Colonial-era printing press worked.
193 Salem St, Boston, MA 02113
Another appraisal location for the specialists that they “took over,” the USS Constitution was where they evaluated an 1863 Springfield musket. (Bldg 5, Charlestown Navy Yard)
24 5th St, Charlestown, MA 02129
White’s Auctions ran the Boston auction at Elks Lodge in the small town of Middleboro, MA.
250 N Main St, Middleboro, MA 02346