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Long before banks, ATMS and check-cashing services, there were pawn shops. Pawning was the leading form of consumer credit in the United States until the 1950s, and pawn shops are still helping everyday people make ends meet. Pawn Stars takes you inside the colorful world of the pawn business. At the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop on the outskirts of Las Vegas, three generations of the Harrison family - grandfather Richard, son Rick and grandson Corey - jointly run the family business, and there's clashing and camaraderie every step of the way. The three men use their sharp eyes and skills to assess the value of items from the commonplace to the truly historic, including a 16th-century samurai sword, a Super Bowl ring, a Picasso painting and a 17th-century stay of execution. It's up to them to determine what's real and what's fake, as they reveal the often surprising answer to the questions on everyone's mind, "What's the story behind it?" and "What's it worth?"
Rick considers buying an 18th Century cannon that could be worth up to $40,000. But, before he makes an offer, he'll need to verify that it's the real deal by test firing it first. Then, a local woodworker needs cash to keep his business afloat and looks to pawn his 1.5 ton table saw. The Pawn Stars might lose the deal if they can't figure out a way to move it back to the pawn shop. Finally, a guy trying to sell his replica Roman armor strikes out with Corey but gets a second chance as Chumlee tries to negotiate what could be his first and last deal at the shop.
An 1861 Civil War saber finds its way into the shop–but if it's real, why was the blade never sharpened? Then Rick and the owner of a Chuck Berry autographed Fender guitar find themselves on different pages when it comes to bartering over this item. Finally, the Pawn Stars appraise a "1916 National Cash Register." It looks real, but will they pull out the money from their 2009 cash register?
Corey gets into deep water with his dad and "The Old Man" when he buys a 1984 Chris Craft boat without first testing it out. Will he bounce back and make a profit or see his investment sink? Then, an old timer brings Rick an 1849 colt revolver that he forgot to unload! Will Rick add this antique weapon to his pawn shop arsenal, or will the sale backfire? Finally, the Pawn Stars get a chance to buy an incredibly rare 1954 Gretch Guitar previously owned by Robert Duvall.
t's clear that this is no ordinary pawn shop as the Pawn Stars wheel and deal items ranging from an old school Pac-Man to a Medieval Jousting Helmet. If these items are as real as their owner's say they are–they could be worth up to $30,000! Then, an old timer brings in a pristine 1884 Trap Door rifle that the guys buy hoping that it still fires. But, when the gun range owner says that simply firing it could cause a "catastrophic malfunction" the guys decide it's time to bring out their human guinea pig.
Rick buys an old, Mafia favorite the 1962 Lincoln Continental with "suicide doors," but as the repair bills add up, so does the tension between him and the old man. Then, a guy brings in a billfold from 1857 that he found while cleaning out his garage. The best part? It's stuffed with Confederate money. Finally the Pawn Stars get a chance to buy a rare 1942 Gibson L7 guitar that was once played at a birthday party for Al Capone. But, is the seller in tune with what it's really worth?
The Old Man hopes to hit a home run when a baseball autographed by the 1951 World Series Champion New York Yankees comes into the shop but he'll need to verify its authenticity before he steps up to the plate. Then, Rick checks out a 25-piece Knights of the Round Table set but with all the kings' men accounted for, is it really worth its weight in gold? Finally, the Pawn Stars have a chance to buy a West Point Cadet jacket owned by a famous general in 1909–will they try it on for size, or send it to the Salvation Army?
A young man wants to trade a 1750 Blunderbuss gun for an engagement ring. Will Rick exchange vows and buy the gun or will he get cold feet and run? Then, the Pawn Stars get an opportunity to purchase an ejection seat allegedly from a World War II fighter jet, but is this deal destined to crash and burn? And later, a guy looking to make rent money wants to pawn his original 1966 Schwinn Stingray bike which has Rick remembering the good old days. Will his trip down memory lane include laying out the dough?
Rick tries to refurbish a 1950's coke machine into a modernized collector's item. Will his plan quench his thirst or fizzle out and go flat? Meanwhile, Corey is offered an old pirate favorite: an 18th Century flintlock pistol. But before he can pull the trigger he'll need to authenticate it. In addition, the Pawn Stars get a chance to buy a 1941 Philco Radio. Will they dial in a deal, or be stuck searching through the static?
The Pawn Stars look to buy a 1929 Chopped Ford Coupe but if they can't agree on a price, will the deal end up rusting in the bone yard? Then, a cowboy wants to sell his mechanical calf-roping machine. Can Corey rein it in without Chumlee spooking the sale? And when the prettiest pawn shop employee continues to be tardy, Rick and the Old Man dish out a fitting punishment. But is it enough to teach her a lesson?
In this episode, Rick refurbishes a gas pump with a bird's nest inside, Corey takes a quiz after misidentifying a Faberge crystal glass–if he loses, he works graveyard, if he wins he gets $2500,–and Rick buys some bayonets.
The Pawn Stars are used to paying big money for celebrity John Hancocks but will they know how to price one from the actual John Hancock? Then the guys have an opportunity to buy an allegedly authentic Indiana Jones whip–but it all boils down to two words: Harrison Ford. And finally, will the purchase of a hot item by one of his underlings land Corey in hot water.
The Pawn Stars travel back in time over two centuries to colonial Boston but is this seller's map the real deal or will the guys tell him to take a hike. Meanwhile, Chumlee's purchase of fake art leaves Rick painting him a different sort of picture. Then will the Pawn Stars finally get their wings by buying the shop's first ever plane or will excess baggage keep this aircraft grounded.
Corey has a chance to buy a wooden crossbow that hasn't been fired in almost 40 years–will it hold together and hit its mark or splinter, crack and fracture the deal? Meanwhile Rick blushes when a woman tries to sell her husband's Playboy collection. Will he "read the articles" and buy the lot or pass on Hef's ladies? Finally, the Pawn Stars try to sell one of their most prized items, an Ormolu clock, aka "The Death Clock."
The Pawn Stars get a call about a 1979 KISS pinball machine–can it still "Rock ‘n Roll All Nite", or will it steal Corey's quarter and KISS the deal goodbye? Then Rick is stumped when a woman brings in a 1914 Star-note $20 bill. Will everyone walk away with new money, or will it turn out to be chump change? And when an old easy rider brings in his classic 1982 Harley Davidson Shovel-head, Chumlee decides to buy it for himself–but can he raise the cash before the Old Man sells it off.
The Pawn Stars want to buy an airplane propeller that may be historically tied to Charles Lindbergh–can they find an expert or documentation to confirm the link or will this deal crash and burn? Then when a man brings in a 1750s Flintlock Musketoon, Rick has doubts about its authenticity. And later a young man brings the Old Man a key chain that he believes belonged to Willie Nelson–the only question is–which one.
Rick and the Old Man look to buy a 1965 Shelby Cobra classic car–one of the most expensive American race cars. Will they burn rubber and make a deal or will they slam on the brakes for a fake? Then the Pawn Stars have a chance to buy a ship's clock from a 1942 WWII Ship that's worth money only if it ticks.
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy a 17th Century treasure chest that nobody can open–even though what's inside could make all the difference. Will they figure out how to get in and plunder what's inside or will it remain locked keeping its contents secret forever? Then when a man wants to sell a three-sided trench knife from WWI, Rick has some concerns. And later, Rick and Corey play a prank on the Old Man by "borrowing" his 1956 Chrysler Imperial. What really happened to it?
In this episode, Rick is offered some of the craziest items ever to enter the store, everything from a pricey patchwork quilt made from celebrity autographs to an 1845 Harpers Ferry musket, one with a vintage surprise. A scientist selling ATM receipts from the South Pole and a barber's chair straight from Sweeney Todd are also on offer. As the guys find out, nothing's quite what it seems.
The pawn shop heats up after Corey spends big bucks buying a huge 12 passenger hot air balloon–and at the same time breaking one of Rick's golden rules. Will Corey rise to the occasion and patch up the deal or will his dicey decision deflate the shop's profits? Then, when a man tries to sell his classic 1960 Gibson Les Paul guitar, Rick has some concerns: will the deal rock on or rock on out? And later, a man brings in a bottle of medicinal whiskey from Prohibition and the Old Man is forced to decide: Buy it, deny it, or drink it?
When the Old Man gets concerned about shrinking profits, he offers a steak dinner and a cash prize as an incentive to boost the numbers. As the guys compete to win, they assess a supercharged motorcycle, a 1915 calculator and some two hundred year old buttons that could have connections to George Washington. Who'll claim the prize?
Celebrate the holidays Pawn Stars style as the Old Man surprises the gang with a special holiday treat. But nothing goes according to plan as the guys take a look back at their best and worst moments of the year and learn what happened to some of their most memorable items. After the trip down memory lane, will the Old Man be rewarding with the gift of gold or grinch it up with a gift of coal?
It's Christmas at the Pawn Shop–time to find out who's been naughty, who's been nice, who's dressed as Santa and who pays the price. The Pawn Stars look to buy revolutionary war currency that may have been printed by Ben Franklin–will they stop the presses and make the deal? And later a woman brings in a battered battle ax believed to be from the 15 century.
When Rick and the Old Man buy an antique 19th Century wine-maker, Chumlee wants to put it into action. Will he succeed and brew a magnificent "Pawn Shop Pinot"? The Pawn Stars also consider buying a 16th Century replica signal cannon used to call ships as Rick looks at the priciest pawn ever to enter the shop–a semi truck.
Rick has a chance to buy a 1940 quartermasters spyglass that may be from a WWII ship. Can he discover the ship it came from, or will this deal sink? Then Corey considers buying a customized 1996 Harley Road King motorcycle, but there is one significant flaw–a pink flame paint job. Will Corey get in touch with his feminine side, or will this bike be too hot to handle? The guys also meet with a man hoping to sell knives that his grandfather smuggled back from WWII.
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy a theater playbill from the night that Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. But first they'll have to determine it's authenticity. Then Corey and Chum meet a modern day renaissance man and buy his pair of Halbert spears. But before they can put their tights on, the Old Man suspects there may be more there than meets the eye. And later, Rick takes a gamble on an elegant, perpetual motion clock that he hopes will stand the test of time.
Rick Harrison(Rick Harrison)
Richard Harrison (The Old Man)(Richard Harrison)
Corey Harrison(Corey Harrison)
Austin "Chumlee" Russell(Chumlee Russell)
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