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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?"
Walk the line with the Pawn Stars when a model train once owned by Johnny Cash chugs into the shop. Will Rick make a bid for the Man in Black or will he be singing the prison blues? Then, Chum gets scrambled when a 1920's chicken incubator clucks on in. Will Chum hatch a deal or will it get poached? Next, Rick becomes enlightened while checking out a 17th century Tibetan Buddha. Will he be reborn as a buyer or take a vow of silence? And later, Rick and Corey take a trip down memory lane in a 1972 Cadillac Eldorado. Will the guys take home the luxury Caddy or will it turn out to be a clunker?
Steal a base with the Pawn Stars when a bat designed by Ty Cobb and autographed by Joe Sewell is brought into the shop. Will Corey think it's a home run or will he send it walking? Then, it's time for Rick to party on when he checks out the queen of movie mobiles, the Wayne's World car! Will he make an excellent deal or will he decide it's not worthy? Next, Rick finds himself on the hunt for a rare coin. Will he pick up some extra change or pass the buck? And later, things get comical when a Buster Brown shoe bench is brought into the shop. Will Rick make a deal or give it the boot?
Get heroic with the Pawn Stars when a 1939 Superman doll flies into the shop. Will Rick save the day and make a deal or will it be his kryptonite? Then, Corey gets electrified when a 1952 Fender Telecaster guitar jams in. Will it have the rock 'n' roll chops or will it get the axe? Later, an antique Japanese matchlock gun shoots into the shop. Will Rick draw first and make an offer or will he bite the bullet?
Feel good with the Pawn Stars when a James Brown suit dances into the shop. Will Rick be saying, "please, please, please" for the Godfather of Soul's wardrobe or will it be too funky? Then, it's a game of cat and mouse when Corey and Chum check out an artist proof from the film "Anchors Aweigh". Will the deal set sail or will they be left out at sea? Next, Rick feels exposed when a controversial 1917 Standing Liberty Quarter circulates the shop. Will he be in the money or will the deal not make sense? And later, Chum butters up to a 1920s popcorn maker. Will he make a concession and settle on a price or will the deal go stale?
Paint it black with the Pawn Stars when a rare Rolling Stones record spins into the shop. Will Rick be satisfied or learn he can't always get what he wants? Then, Corey tackles a football used in the first Hall of Fame game. Will he kickoff a deal or end up blind-sided? Next, Rick's on guard when three swords from the Napoleonic era charge into the shop. Will his negotiating make the cut or will he forge on? And later, Chum gets animated by some Donald Duck model sheets. Will he quack up an offer or be left ruffling his feathers?
Go undercover with the Pawn Stars when a banner from the WWII secret airborne division, The Flying Tigers, infiltrates the shop. Will Rick make a covert deal or will the mission be compromised? Then, things get messy when a 1980s Ooze-It toy seeps in. Will Chum squeeze out a good price or will it slip through his fingers? And later, Rick is muted by an unsigned illustration from the silent film era. Will he entertain a sale or will he be at a loss for words?
Blast off with the Pawn Stars when Corey and Chum check out a water-propelled jetpack. Will the deal get off the ground or will they send it packing? Then, a promissory note from the Mexican-American War tries to secure territory at the shop. Will Rick do the deed or will he lose interest? And later, things get spiritual when a statue of the Hindu god Shiva is brought into the shop. Will Rick find his inner peace and make an offer or will he loose his faith?
Run in slow motion with the Pawn Stars when a David Hasselhoff signed rescue buoy from the set of "Baywatch" floats in. Will Rick and Chum hassle the Hoff for a deal or will it get cancelled? Then, sparks fly when two flintlock blunderbuss pistols barrel in. Will Rick aim for a deal or will it be a blunder-bust? Next, Rick and Corey get energized while checking out a six person solar bike. Will they amp up the offer or will the seller charge too much? And later, Rick breaks on through to the other side when a yearbook featuring Jim Morrison is brought to the shop. Will he make a deal for the Lizard King or will he graduate without an offer?
The swinging 60s have taken over as the Pawn Stars look back at some of their favorite items: an original Playboy Bunny outfit, a golf ball belonging to President Lyndon Johnson, two tasty coconut cups from the set of "Gilligan's Island", some unused Beatles tickets, a possible fragment of the Apollo 11 heat shield, a Batphone, and a set of Jimi Hendrix prints that are working their voodoo on Rick.
March to the beat with the Pawn Stars when a Civil War drum rolls into the shop. Will Rick and Chum like the sound of the offer or will they think it's out of step? Then, the bases are loaded when an 1834 book with the original rules of baseball is up to bat. Will Rick make a grand slam deal or will he send it walking? Next, things get gnarly when a 1970s skateboard kick-flips in. Will Corey do a 180 and make an offer or will the deal grind to a halt? Then, Chum's a blind pig when a corkscrew from the Prohibition era turns the shop into a speakeasy. Will it be a straight up sale or will it be on the rocks? And later, things get slushy when an antique cast iron ice shaver is brought to the shop. Will Corey be in the mood for a snow cone or will the seller be crushed?
It's time to break out that wallet and revisit some of the most expensive items in the shop as Pawn Stars pony up for some big money relics: a 1961 Fender Stratocaster Guitar, a supposed Edward Hopper charcoal study, a few pieces of Rocky Marciano memorabilia, some Mickey Mouse display items, a Ford Model A hot rod, an incredibly rare American coin, a Star Wars collection and a balloon that makes Rick think Corey is full of hot air.
Get groovy with some of the greatest items from the 1970s that the Pawn Stars have ever seen: a ginormous Richard Nixon head, a shoe possibly worn by Secretariat, a Mattel Electronic Football Game, a signed "Star Wars" script, some signed Arthur Ashe memorabilia, a couple of vintage Aerosmith tour t-shirts being sold by an original member of the band, and a flag from Apollo 16 that sends Rick out of this world.
Check out some totally radical items from the 1980s as the Pawn Stars take a trip down memory lane: a torch from the 1984 Olympics, a yearbook and signed letter from Ronald Reagan, a homemade replica Ghostbusters Proton Pack, a Super Mario statue, a poster from the "Revenge of the Jedi", some Metallica memorabilia, an Apple IIGS and a DeLorean that has Corey heading "Back to the Future".
Get on the airwaves with the Pawn Stars when a spy pen radio wiretaps the shop. Will Rick and Chum be all ears to a deal or will they tune it out? Next, Rick's got a new boss when a Bruce Springsteen tour jacket rocks into the shop. Will he have high hopes for the deal or will he think it's born to run? Then, things get choppy when a pair of paintings by motorcycle artist David Mann cruise in. Will Rick hog the sale or will he burnout? And later, Rick is off to the races when he checks out a 19th century horse racing sulky. Will he jockey for first place or will he be out of the running?
The Pawn Stars have seen some pretty dope stuff from the 1990s and they're looking back at a few items that are all that and a bag of chips: a jacket from Pulp Fiction, a guitar pedal supposedly used by Kurt Cobain, a juror questionnaire from the O.J. Simpson trial, an early Matt Groening lithograph, a couple of Dennis Rodman jerseys brought in by his ex-wife, some Michael Jackson photos, and a few "Wayne's World" items that leave Rick feeling not worthy.
Prepare for battle with the Pawn Stars when a rare 1589 book with the instructions for war and fortification guards the shop. Will Rick reinforce a good price or will he protect his wallet? Next, the game is on when Rick checks out an 1840s chess table. Will he capture the sale or will it be a draw? Then, a sale comes a calling when a pair of antique door knockers enter the shop. Will Corey welcome the deal or will he show them the exit? And later, an 1800s experimental rifle holds up the shop. Will Rick and Chum test out an offer or will they fail to fire?
Take a look back at some of the best and most unique Star Wars related memorabilia to come through the Pawn Shop. An original "Revenge of the Jedi" poster, a set of 1978 Kenner Star Wars action figures, a Jabba the Hutt Play-Doh set and a rare grouping of Star Wars movie props including a Stormtrooper blaster. The force is strong with some of these items; others were relegated to the dark side of the deal.
Go dashing through the snow with the Pawn Stars when an 1800s one-horse-open sleigh rides in. Will Rick and Corey jingle out an offer or will they get snowed in? Next, a J.H. Rector rifle aims for a deal. Will Rick take a shot or will the numbers be off target? Then, things get jolly when unpublished Christmas art from Mad magazine comes down the chimney. Will Corey say "ho ho ho" for a sale or will he be a scrooge? And later, a Christmas tin from WWI unwraps itself. Will Rick be singing carols or will he shout "bah humbug"?
The Pawn Stars are breaking out the big guns as they revisit some of the most wicked items to ever come in the shop: a thermonuclear weapon warhead cover, a desk with a dark secret, a percussion pistol from the 1800s, a child-sized musket, a collection of knives, a thunder mug, and a massive mortar that bowls Rick over.
Wield a lightsaber with the Pawn Stars when a one-of-a-kind "Star Wars" packaged Boba Fett prototype strides into the shop. Will the Force be with Rick or will he not pay the bounty? Next, an early 1900s Shelby bicycle wheels in. Will Corey frame out a deal or tire of negotiations? Then, Steve Grad wows Rick with his otherworldly "Star Wars" autographed poster and massive card collection. Are these the Droids he's looking for or will he think it's a C-3P-no? And later, a "Star Wars"-used piece of the Death Star docks at the shop. Will Rick laser in on an offer or will it blow up in his face?
Be the lookout with the Pawn Stars when a 1906 Silver Half Dollar that belonged to a passenger on the Titanic sails into the shop. Will Rick make a first class offer or will he be sending out an SOS? Then, Rick's leading a double life when a first edition of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" transforms in the shop. Will he unravel the mystery and make a deal or will it be a split decision? Then, Rick gives direction when a 1936 Zeiss 16mm camera rolls in. Will he focus in on a sale or will he cut it loose? And later, a Howard Hughes plane altimeter takes off in the shop. Will Rick land the deal or will he just wing it?
Rev your engines with the Pawn Stars when a limited edition 2014 Hertz Penske GT Mustang races around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Will Rick ride into victory lane with a deal or will he be forced to make a pit stop? Next, a 1600s lobster tail helmet from Oliver Cromwell's army battles its way into the shop. Will Rick join the revolution or will he be defeated? Then, an old fashion apple peeler gets Corey cranking. Will he feel it in his core and make an offer or will the deal go bad?
Ring in the change with Pawn Stars when a 1894 S Barber Dime jangles into the shop. Will Rick call heads on a deal or turn tail and run? Next, a John Belushi autograph lampoons its way in. Will Corey laugh all the way to the bank or will he be left singing the blues? Then, a 1950s Jim Henson puppet pops in. Will Rick have a hand in an offer or will he put a sock in it? And later, a 1965 Schwinn bicycle strolls into the shop. Will Rick ride off with a bargain or will the gears fall off?
Take a shot with the Pawn Stars when an ultra-rare Nepalese Bira gun from the late 1800s cranks its way into the shop. Will Rick aim for a deal or dodge the bullet? Next, a 1970s Bob Peak TWA mural makes a big impression. Will Corey take flight with an offer or crash land? And later, a three-trumpet brass horn blares in. Will Rick squeeze out a deal or blow it?
Go wild with the Pawn Stars when a hand-painted, signed guitar from Def Leppard's Phil Collen rocks into the shop. Will Rick "Pour Some Sugar" on his offer or will he have to call in a special guest? Then, a pair of sneakers signed by NBA legend LeBron James hit the floor. Will it be an air-ball or a three-pointer for Chum? Next, Rick finds the time to check out a 19th century carriage clock. Will he get wound up over this French classic or will it turn into a ticking time bomb? And later, an original Mogen David wine ad displays itself. Will Rick like what he sees or end up with a bad taste in his mouth?
Batter up with the Pawn Stars when an all-star Dodger's baseball memorabilia bench faces Rick in the bottom of the ninth. Will it be a grand slam sale or will he strike out? Then, a 19th century Hobbs & Co. lock box bolts in. Will Corey hold the key to unlock a deal or will it get jammed? Next, there's a prankster in the shop when an original Woody Woodpecker oil painting is brought in. Will Rick tap into a sale or will he laugh it off? And later, Rick gets schooled when a set of educational books called the Delphian Course cram into the shop. Will Rick become a deal-making savant or will he have to repeat the class?
Please rise for the Pawn Stars when a chair belonging to Abraham Lincoln takes a seat in the shop. Will Rick act like Honest Abe and make an offer or will he abolish the deal? Then, barrels fly when Corey and Chum check out a vintage Nintendo Donkey Kong arcade game. Will they think its bananas and make a sale or will it be a Ninten-don't? Next, a signed Seinfeld script is brought into the shop and "yada, yada yada". Will Rick be the master of his domain and snag the deal or will he hear, "no sale for you"? And later, things heat up when a brigade of antique firefighting buckets extinguish the shop. Will Rick draft an offer or will he get hosed?
Get body slammed with the Pawn Stars when a WWE Hall of Fame ring fights for the title. Will Rick pin down a deal or will he tap out? Next, Corey gets scrappy when he checks out a 1927 Essex Sedan rat rod. Will he customize a sale or will it fall apart? Then, Martha Washington brings home the bacon when an 1891 $1 silver certificate circulates into the shop. Will Rick and Corey bankroll an offer or will they save it for a rainy day? And later, Ricks in a whirlwind when a rare doo-wop record of "Stormy Weather" tunes in. Will he stay on track and make a deal or will he spin in circles?
Break the bank with the Pawn Stars and look back at some of the priciest items in the shop's history: a $70,000 Panama Pacific gold coin from 1915, a Hydro Jetpack that sends Corey sky high, rare artwork from graffiti sensation Keith Haring and an exclusive Hertz Penske GT Mustang with an $85,000 asking price that has Rick burning rubber.
Get mobbed with the Pawn Stars and revisit some of the best guns, guitars and gangster memorabilia ever to enter the shop: a limited edition guitar hand-painted and played by Def Leppard's Phil Collen, a signet ring possibly once owned by Lucky Luciano, a rare 1800's octagon barrel .22 caliber Winchester, a 1969 Les Paul Professional guitar, an ornately engraved 1894 Marlin rifle, and a check signed by Carlo Gambino that prompts Rick to give its owner an offer he can't refuse.
Go on a joyride with the Pawn Stars and revisit some of the most unique vehicles ever to roll into the shop: a classic 1949 Hudson Commodore, a one-of-a-kind Ultra4 race car, a post-apocalyptic survival vehicle, an antique doctor's buggy, a rusty 1927 Essex rat rod and a custom sand rail that pits father against son as Rick and Corey race through the desert.
Dig for gold with the Pawn Stars and uncover some of the rarest items in the shop's history: the holy grail of Hot Wheels - a 1969 Beach Bomb Prototype, a first-edition Revolutionary War military protocol manual, an induction motor developed by the father of electricity: Nikola Tesla, a sacred $150,000 Star Wars Boba Fett action figure, a 19th-century Nepalese Bira Gun and a set of Houdini-owned shackles that leave Chumlee in a real bind.
Raise the American flag with the Pawn Stars when an original sketch of the Marine Corps War Memorial sculpts its way into the shop. Will Rick claim victory with his offer or will it become his enemy? Next, a Poison platinum disc signed by Bret Michaels rocks in. Will Rick make a glam metal deal or will it be a thorn in his side? Then, a Roman oil lamp from the first century lights its way in. Will Chum ignite a deal or will the flame burn out? And later, a military certificate from the Vietnam War shows up. Will Corey cash in or will it be worthless?
All hail the Pawn Stars when a 44 BC Roman coin with Julius Caesar's portrait presides over the shop. Will Rick command a high price or will the deal be assassinated? Next, a rare 1960s leather jacket zips in. Will Corey have a cow over the rockin' style or will he think it's a bad fit? Then, Corey and Chum hit a streak when plaster casts of Joe DiMaggio's feet steal a base in the shop. Will the guys mold together a deal or will the sale crumble? And later, Rick is quarantined when a scarlet fever sign infects the shop. Will a deal be his cure or will it just make him sick?
Get your quack on with the Pawn Stars when a pair of Duck's Foot pistols sends the guys off to the gun range. Will Chum prove he's top gun or will he shoot himself in the foot? Then, a bar of Yellow Kid soap from an 1896 newspaper comic scrubs into the shop. Will it leave Rick shouting "Extra! Extra!" or will he fail to deliver? And later, a Victorian-era hand crank device gets geared up for a sale. Will Rick churn out a deal or turn it away?
Get your ghoul on with the Pawn Stars when a talking Herman Munster doll creeps into the shop. Will Chum think it's franken-tastic and make a deal or will he get spooked out? Next, things get amped up when a bass guitar signed by John Entwistle from the "Who" and John Paul Jones from "Led Zeppelin" is brought in. Will Rick pick up a sale or will he fret and miss out? And later, Rick's in mint condition when he checks out a rare 1867 Proof Shield Nickel. Will he strike up an offer or will he discontinue the deal?
Ante up with the Pawn Stars when they head out to see a 1980s Sigma Derby horse-racing game. Will Rick jockey for a deal or will he be left running in circles? Next, a 1940's Moby Dick Classic Comic sails into the shop. Will Chum cast an offer or will he go down with the ship? Then, a dollar signed by Walt Disney and Ronald Reagan gets its closeup. Will Corey cash in or go broke? And later, a 1910 envelope sealer presses through the doors. Will Rick seal the deal or get stamped out?
Get a jab in with Pawn Stars when a Civil War general's sword slices into the shop. Will Rick get to the point and claim victory or will he fail to get an edge? Then, an 1800's veterinary medicine box trots in. Will it cure Rick's ailments or make him sick as a dog? Next, a pair of 1960s space toy robots rocket in. Will Chum's excitement be over the moon or will his offer be galaxies away? And later, a 1936 Olympic pin vaults into Rick. Will he go for the gold or end up in last place?
Catch a wave with the Pawn Stars when an original Beach Boys surfboard rides into the shop. Will Rick hang ten with a totally awesome deal, or will he have a gnarly wipe out? Next, Rick gets adventurous when a magazine feature penned by Mark Twain turns up. Will it be an instant classic or will it be sold down the river? Then, things get sloppy when an early 1900s spirit hydrometer pours in. Will Corey have the liquid courage to make an offer or will he be off the sauce? And later, things get psychedelic when an original Peter Max Statue of Liberty painting is brought in. Will Rick liberate a deal or will it get torched?
Assemble the troops with the Pawn Stars when two rare G.I. Joe playsets lay siege to the shop. Will Rick make the deal his mission or will his offer be discharged? Next, Corey checks out a 1950s Chinese military motorcycle. Will he steer it towards a sale or will his offer be as small as the sidecar? Then, "the British are coming!" when a photograph and letter signed by poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow rides in. Will Rick seal the deal or will he think twice about the price? And later, things get screwy when an antique Black and Decker drill bolts in. Will Corey fix up an offer or will he act like a tool?
Take a guess with the Pawn Stars and revisit some of the greatest treasures and biggest dream crushers ever to come into the shop: a violin with million dollar potential, a document signed by founding father John Hancock, a rare Picasso lithograph, a Barber dime possibly worth $400,000, a business card from notorious outlaw John W. Hardin and an unopened antique treasure chest that leaves Old Man drooling to see what's inside.
Build an empire with the Pawn Stars when a letter signed by Napoleon marches into the shop. Will Rick make it a short sale or will his offer be defeated? Next, a surreal Pedro Friedeberg figure creeps its way in. Will Rick sculpt a deal or will the design disappoint? Then, the guys rock out when a 1960s Monkees talking puppet takes the stage. Will Corey become a daydream believer or will the deal get cancelled? And later, Rick gets schooled when some original "Dick & Jane" illustrations roll in. Will he author a deal or will it just be child's play?
Get overhauled with the Pawn Stars and revisit some of the coolest restorations in the shop's history: an extremely rare 17th-century samurai sword, a rugged and rickety 1973 Jeep, a vintage penny arcade Grip Tester, a rusty toy tricycle from the 1930s and a $100,000 helicopter rebuild that sends the Old Man soaring.
Search for success with the Pawn Stars and rediscover some of the most famous finds in the shop's history: a 40-year-old Bob Dylan album that lands Chum face to face with the voice of a generation, molds of Joe DiMaggio's and John McGraw's Baseball Hall of Fame busts, a book printed by revolutionary founding father Benjamin Franklin, a suit worn by the Godfather of Soul James Brown, a rare collection of autographs from Gemini space program astronauts and a football program from the first ever NFL championship game that sets Corey on a mission to prove himself.
Take a trip to Tinseltown and revisit the coolest Hollywood items ever to appear on Pawn Stars: a letter terminating Marilyn Monroe from her 20th Century Fox contract, a life-size replica of the classic "Creature from the Black Lagoon", the '51 Chevy convertible driven by Hollywood icon Steve McQueen in his final film, a rare collection of unpublished photos of Paul Newman, a prop shield used in the 1963 masterpiece "Cleopatra" and a whip supposedly from the Indiana Jones film franchise that has Chum snapping to attention.
Cool Hollywood items, including a letter terminating Marilyn Monroe's contract, the 1951 Chevy convertible driven by Steve McQueen in his final film, unpublished photographs of Paul Newman, a prop from ``Cleopatra,'' and Indiana Jones' whip.
Rick gets fired up over a 1969 Triumph Motorcycle; the first issue of MAD Magazine; a 1800s Parker Brothers shotgun.
Rick Harrison(Rick Harrison)
Richard Harrison (The Old Man)(Richard Harrison)
Corey Harrison(Corey Harrison)
Austin "Chumlee" Russell(Chumlee Russell)
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