Items appraised include some items signed by Dan Haggerty, a flag carried by Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders and an oscilator. Items appraised include a personal check signed by the baseball legend Babe Ruth and several Navy buttons that date back to the Civil War. Items appraised include a vehicle best known as a rock crawler and a game worn jersey from Bob Hayes. Items appraised include a sword belonging to the Freemasons and a Gibson Master Museum guitar with the very special serial number 1.
Items appraised include a fully restored s VW Samba with a rare window design and a piece of egg art from Sergio Bustamante. Items appraised include a collection of Viking items and a Fender Stratocaster played in the studio by the legend Jimi Hendrix.
Items appraised include Semie Moseley's personal guitar and some signed photos of Enola Gay, the plane that dropped the atomic bomb over Hiroshima. Items appraised include a tiara that belonged to the wife of President McKinley and a Felix the Cat sparkler toy. Items appraised include a German two-handed sword built in the early s and some rare baseball cards. Items appraised include a jacket from the first-ever Pro Bowl and a Buick Riviera. Items appraised include pendants from the first two Super Bowls and a pair of Igorot spears used for headhunting in the Philippines.
During his birthday, the Old Man gets flooded with birthday gifts. Items appraised include a signed photograph of Howard Hughes, a Marlin rifle and an old model train. Chum decides do play the conductor. Items appraised include a medal believed to be a Polish White Eagle and a historical brick from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Chum tries to make the perfect home brew.
Chumlee misses his chance to retaliate on April Fool's Day since the guys lay down the rules of pranking. Corey's big-spending ways have him strapped for cash. Items appraised include a letter recovered from the United Flight crash and some nozzles from the Queen Mary ocean line. Chum became the manager of the shop's parking lot. Items appraised include a Ford Buick best known as the ultimate family wagon and a sweet Neil Diamond jacket. The Harrison men get family portraits made to hang in the shop and Chumlee is left out. Items appraised include a painting by Muhammad Ali and a Colt Dragoon pistol owned by one of the original settlers of the Lone Star State.
The guys hire a consultant to make the shop more efficient. Chum and Big Ross try to pull off the perfect duo Halloween costume. Items appraised include a Winchester rifle from the Wounded Knee Massacre and a nickel slot machine from the s. The guys find a stray dog outside the shop and it's up to Chum to find its owner. Items appraised include a Cushman scooter allegedly used by paratroopers during World War II and a rubber bullet and shell casing from the Bloody Sunday massacre. The guys sent Chum to the mint to design a new commemorative coin for the shop.
Items appraised include a rare salesman's copy of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", a prospectus used for selling the book door to door and some vintage casino chips. The guys celebrate Rick Harrison's last days of freedom, as they throw him a bachelor party. Chumlee gets a taste for the food biz when he fills in at a friend's hot dog stand.
Items appraised include a letter written by George Washington during the Whiskey Rebellionand a Bob's Big Boy statue at over eight feet tall. Chumlee decides to throw a housewarming party at his new house. Items appraised include a briefcase once owned by Charles Lindbergh, a prototype combat vehicle produced for the U. Corey is the tie-breaking vote in a dispute between Rick and the Old Man. Items appraised include a tiny model for amputating fingers and a large piece of kunzite.
The Old Man makes Corey drive him to the barbershop. Items appraised include a customized Harley Davidson and a crank organ from the early s. Lili the intern notices Rick's dirty fingernails and the guys try to convince him to get a manicure. Corey brings his dog to the shop for the day, the guys try to put her to work. Items appraised include a copy of Amazing Fantasy 15 featuring the very first appearance of Spider-Man and a samurai sword from the s.
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Chumlee wants a promotion, he has to take a management test. Items appraised include an original puppet from Jim Henson's Creature Shop and a Lionel train set from the s. The guys compete in a Christmas card competition with a giant prize on the line. Items appraised include a lap desk made by Dr.
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Samuel Mudd when Mudd was imprisoned for his role in Lincoln's assassination and a Bowden Spacelander bicycle. A good deal earns Chumlee, a bonus. Items appraised include a wanted poster for legendary criminal John Dillinger and a Lambretta scooter. The guys bet on who can take the most steps in a week. Counting Cars and American Restoration team get together for a Christmas barbecue.
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First they'll deck the halls with pawn shop drama, when they debate the best and worst deals they've ever made. Then, the guys take a look back at all of the amazing restorations that Rick Dale and Danny have done for the pawn shop. Get starstruck with the Pawn Stars when the guys check out an original poem handwritten by Marilyn Monroe. Will her words leave them speechless? Then, a hybrid rocket engine blasts in. Built into a suitcase as a sales sample, will the asking price for this oddity be sky high?
And later, when Rick's autographed Henry Winkler photo goes missing, he goes to great lengths to bring Fonzie home. The guys find an Annual Register from ; gambling tokens from Nevada State prison. Burn rubber with the Pawn Stars as they check out a motorcycle custom-built for actor James Caan. Will Corey make the seller an offer he can't refuse? Then, an Al Hirschfeld lithograph gets drawn into the shop.
The last print made before his death, can they sketch out a deal? And later, when Chumlee find a book of trivia, he tries to stump Rick. Who will prevail in this battle of useless information? Will these rare shoes be a slam dunk for the shop? Then, Rick and Chumlee face the music when a medallion once owned by Liberace comes in the shop. Will they get it for a song, or will the seller leave on a sour note?
And later, Rick uses surveillance video to see how much the staff plays while the boss is away. Take one giant leap for mankind with the Pawn Stars when Rick checks out a jetpack from the Gemini space program.
Used to prove that jetpacks could work in zero gravity, will Rick's offer be out of this world? Then, Chumlee's nuts over a Snoopy comic book with a personal drawing from Charles Schulz. Will Chumlee be able to kick the proverbial football and make a deal?
And later, Rick's take on a commercial for the pawn shop inspires Chumlee to make a version of his own. Whose commercial will reign supreme? Hold hands with the Pawn Stars when the original contract between The Beatles and their manager Brian Epstein invades the shop. Considered one of the most important documents in the history of rock and roll, can they come together on a deal?
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Then, a Cold War-era high altitude suit blasts into the shop. Will the Soviet design leave the guys seeing red? And later, Chumlee's been making great strides to lose weight, but can he inspire another pawn shop employee to change his ways? Prepare for battle with the Pawn Stars as Rick checks out a medieval mace. Will it be a fair fight for this primitive weapon or is he in for a low blow? Then, Rick and the Old Man check out a set of cap guns from the s. Will nostalgia force them to pull the trigger? And later, the Old Man sends Corey and Chum on a simple errand that turns into a daylong adventure.
Will they make it back in one piece? Will he jump at the chance to own a piece of the communist's sedan? Then, Rick is silenced when Charlie Chaplin's driver's license cruises into the shop. Will the rare piece of movie history lead to a huge pay day? And later, Chum puts his money where his mouth is when he takes a sudden interest in investing. Question is: will he end up with more money or more problems? The guys check out a 19th century Fisk iron casket; a massive Smurf collection; Davey Deals overstays his welcome.