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?
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?
A rescue buoy from the set of Baywatch signed by David Hasselhoff comes in; two flintlock blunderbuss pistols come in; Rick and Corey check out a six person solar bike.
A Civil War drum is brought into the shop; an 1834 book with the original rules of baseball; a customer brings in a 1970s skateboard.
An original Playboy Bunny outfit; a golf ball that belonged to President Lyndon Johnson; two coconut cups from the set of Gilligan's Island; unused Beatles tickets; a Batphone and more.
A 1961 Fender Stratocaster Guitar; a supposed Edward Hopper charcoal study; some Rocky Marciano memorabilia; Mickey Mouse display items; a Ford Model A hot rod; rare American coin; a Star Wars collection.
A 1984 Olympics torch; a yearbook and signed letter from Ronald Reagan; a replica Ghostbusters Proton Pack; a Super Mario statue; a Revenge of the Jedi poster; Metallica memorabilia; an Apple IIGS; a DeLorean.
A spy pen radio is brought into the shop; a customer brings in a Bruce Springsteen tour jacket; a pair of paintings by motorcycle artist David Mann.
A rare 1589 book with the instructions for war and fortification; Rick looks at an 1840s chess table; a pair of antique door knockers come into shop; an 1800s experimental rifle.
A look back at some of most unique Star Wars related memorabilia; an original Revenge of the Jedi poster; a set of 1978 Kenner Star Wars action figures; a Jabba the Hutt Play-Doh set; rare Star Wars movie props including a Stormtrooper blaster.
A thermonuclear weapon warhead cover; a desk that has a dark secret; a percussion pistol from the 1800s; a child-sized musket; a collection of knives; a thunder mug.
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"?
A one-of-a-kind Star Wars packaged Boba Fett prototype comes into the shop; an early 1900s Shelby bicycle; a Star Wars autographed poster and massive card collection.
A 1906 silver half dollar that belonged to a passenger on the Titanic comes into the shop; a first edition of ``The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde''; a 1936 Zeiss 16mm camera.
A limited edition 2014 Hertz Penske GT Mustang races around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway; a 1600s lobster tail helmet from Oliver Cromwell's army comes into the shop; an old fashion apple peeler.
A 1894 S Barber Dime comes into the shop; a John Belushi autograph; a 1950s Jim Henson; a 1965 Schwinn bicycle.
An ultra-rare Nepalese Bira gun from the late 1800s comes into the shop; a 1970s Bob Peak TWA mural; a three-trumpet brass horn blares in.
A hand signed guitar from phil Collen, a pair of sneakers signed by LeBron James. A Carriage clock.
Items include a chair belonging to Abraham Lincoln; a vintage Nintendo Donkey Kong arcade game; a signed Seinfeld script; and antique firefighting buckets.
A WWE Hall of Fame ring is brought into the shop; Corey checks out a 1927 Essex Sedan rat rod; an 1891 $1 silver certificate.
A 70,000 dollar Panama Pacific Gold Coin from 1915; Rare artwork from graffiti sensation Keith Haring; Revolutionary war bond.
A limited edition guitar hand-painted and played by Def Leppard's Phil Collen; a signet ring that may have been owned by Lucky Luciano; a rare 19th-century octagon barrel Winchester pistol; a 1969 Les Paul Professional guitar.
A classic 1949 Hudson Commodore; a rare Ultra4 race car; a post-apocalyptic survival vehicle; an antique doctor's buggy; a rusty 1927 Essex rat rod.
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?
A 1980s Sigma Derby horse-racing game; a 1940s Moby Dick Classic Comic; a dollar bill signed by Walt Disney and Ronald Reagan; a 1910 envelope sealer.
A Civil War general's sword; a veterinary medicine box from the 1800s; a pair of space toy robots from the 1960s; a 1936 Olympic pin.
Two rare G.I. Joe play sets; a 1950s Chinese military motorcycle; a photograph and letter signed by poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
The greatest treasures and biggest disappointments, including a violin with million-dollar potential, a document signed by John Hancock, a Picasso lithograph, a Barber dime, outlaw John W. Hardin's business card, and an unopened treasure chest.
Items include a letter signed by Napoleon; a Pedro Friedeberg figure; a 1960s Monkees talking puppet; original "Dick & Jane" illustrations.
Items include a rare 17th-century samurai sword; a 1973 Jeep; a vintage penny arcade Grip Tester; a 1930s toy tricycle; a $100,000 helicopter rebuild.
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.