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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?"
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy a super fast AYT Speedboat in need of some serious TLC. But first they'll have to strike up a deal and steer the restoration from plunging off into the deep. Then Corey meets a man interested in selling the first home audio system, an antique 1901 Edison Phonograph. But before Corey can make a sound deal, the Old Man examines the piece and makes sure Edison's invention will ring out a profit. And later, Rick is presented with several pieces of small demonic sculptures cast in solid gold, but to Rick's disbelief–all are painted black. Will Rick find that these little monsters are worth their weight in gold, or will the spirits compel him to cast these devils out?
The Pawn Stars have a chance to buy an incredibly rare 1970s Indian mini-motorcycle. Will they purchase the little hog and restore it to its former glory, or will they all be taken for a long bumpy ride and find out it's a fake? Then Rick and the Old Man consider buying a ship's bell believed to have been salvaged from a 1600s shipwreck. With suspicion that the bell was never submerged in salt water, the Pawn Stars will need to decide if the deal will ring true or crack under pressure. And later, a man takes a chance at selling his classic 1900s roulette wheel. Will Rick take a gamble with luck on his side, or will the deal spin out of control and put him in the red?
The Pawn Stars are presented with one of the most expensive items that has ever come into the shop–sunken treasure from the Taj Mahal dynasty. Will they break the bank to plunder the prize, or will they let it sink back down to the deep? Then Rick has an opportunity to buy a 1948 portable electric shock therapy machine–can he charge it up and make the deal, or will this negotiation run out of batteries? Then later Rick considers purchasing a tricked out Yamaha Rhino built for desert 4-wheeling. Will this deal dry up and evaporate like a mirage, or become Rick's new favorite off-road oasis?
The Pawn Stars have a chance to buy an extremely rare 18th century double-barrel coaching gun engraved with a mysterious golden script. Can they discover its true origins and make a deal or will the inscription hide its secrets forever? Then Corey and Chum meet an outspoken Pez collector looking to sell 50 pieces of classic Americana. Will Corey click out some serious cash for these collectibles, or will he get his sugar fix somewhere else? And later, a woman hopes to sell Rick a 1932 "S" Quarter–a rare version of the first Washington silver quarter introduced into U.S. currency. But Rick has questions about its authenticity, will this quarter be worth its weight in silver, or is it destined for a parking meter?
The Pawn Stars have a chance to buy a key from the 16th or 17th century, but this key doesn't just open doors, it shoots bullets! Will they use this rare antique key-gun to unlock a deal–or shoot themselves in the foot? Then Corey and Chum meet a dumpster diver with a life-size Power Ranger. Will Corey use his super hero powers to conjure up some cash, or will the dark forces compel him to cast the Ranger out? And later, Rick has a chance to buy a trophy presented to Jeff Gordon for being one of NASCARs top five drivers. Will Rick throttle up his cash register for the trophy, or will the deal go screeching into a pit stop?
The Pawn Stars have a chance to buy a saddle that may have been used by Kevin Costner in Dances with Wolves. Will the gang pony-up and make the deal or will they let it ride off into the sunset? Then Rick looks to buy a late 1800s Winchester rifle that was one of first lever-action repeating rifles ever made. Can he load-up and make a big bang of a deal, or will this negotiation have too much of a kickback for him to handle? Then Corey meets a man hoping to sell his tattoo kit. Will Corey make the deal and get inked-up or will he pass on the deal and get ink-ed up anyway?
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy a classic 1973 pinball machine in need of some serious repair. Will they rack up a high score and make the deal? Then Corey and Chum meet a guy interested in selling his personal transporter–better known as a Segway. Will Corey shell out a nice stack of cash for a new ride? And later, a woman hopes to sell Rick a 1924 St. Gaudens Double Eagle gold coin–often called the most beautiful coin ever produced by the U.S. Mint. The only question is: is it real?
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy something they've never bought before–a helicopter! Can Rick convince the Old Man to come along and spin up a deal? Then Rick has a chance to buy a 240-year-old lottery ticket signed by founding father George Washington. Is this the prize of a lifetime? Later Corey has an opportunity to buy five classic mint condition Pete Rose baseball cards. Should he gamble on baseball?
The Pawn Stars have a chance to buy a historic silver spoon made by a true American legend–Paul Revere. Can they make a deal and scoop it up, or will this piece of patriotic history ride off into the night? Then the Old Man is presented with a handmade cuckoo clock from the 1800's. Can he tick-talk his way into a deal, or will this negotiation drive him cuckoo? And later a man tries to sell a mysterious vintage archery bow. Will Rick pluck the right string and make the deal, or will he end up missing the target altogether?
When Corey has a chance to buy an extremely rare Belgium-made 1942 Sarolea motorcycle, Rick has a big concern…making money. Will they pony up and make a deal or let one of the rarest bikes in America roll out the door? Then the Pawn Stars have a chance to buy a Civil War sword believed to have belonged to a Confederate officer. Will Rick go to battle for this piece of American history, or will its authenticity spark a pawn shop civil war? Then later a woman brings in a cast iron printing press from the 1800's. Will the Old Man ink an offer or invest in a Xerox machine instead?
Rick has a chance to buy a little piece of militaria he's never had before–a Flame Thrower. Can he turn up the heat and coax a deal or will this deal go up in flames? Corey and Chumlee head to an auction to bid on a classic gypsy fortune-teller machine. Can they foresee the future to place the winning bid, or will they wish they went out for fortune cookies instead? Then later the Pawn Stars have the opportunity to buy a rare Manhattan Arms revolver from the mid 1800's. Will the gang be able to load and fire this antique handgun, or will it jam up and misfire the deal?
The Pawn Stars are presented with a mysterious pocket-sized sundial believed to be from the 16th Century…complete with a concealed secret inside. Will the gang be able to shine a light on this puzzling piece of history, or will the seller darken their day by shooting for the moon? Rick and the Old Man have a chance to buy a photo album of famed union organizer Jimmy Hoffa. Will they wheel up a deal for this item, or will it be sent back to be hidden and buried away for ever? Then later Corey and Chumlee set their sights on a rifle sharpshooting arcade game from the 60's. Will Corey target a good price for this vintage game, or will his plan backfire?
The Pawn Stars are presented with the most explosive item to ever walk through the door–a pair of Soviet nuclear missile launch keys. Can the gang count down and launch the deal or will it blow up in their faces? Then Rick hopes to buy an extremely unique 1920s ukulele banjo made by the legendary guitar company Gibson. Will Rick strike up a chord to buy this antique instrument or break a string making an unsound deal? And later a man walks in the shop with two of the biggest guns Rick has ever seen. But when it comes to pricing these behemoths of bang will size really matter?
The Pawn Stars have a chance to buy one of the quietest air crafts ever made–a vintage Schweizer glider. Will the gang soar into a good deal and restore this glider to its high flying status or will they take it too close to the sun and get burned? Then Corey meets a man selling an autographed jersey of famed New York Yankees icon Lou Gehrig. Can he reach deep and catch the Iron Horse's jersey or will he strike out swinging? And later the Old Man is speechless when a guy comes into the shop with an extremely rare casino chip known as "the one arm bandit." Will the Old Man bet the house for this historic Vegas relic or fold when the stakes get too high?
The Pawn Stars are presented with the opportunity to add one of the world's most recognizable trophies to their collection–a Grammy® Will the gang put up the cash to get the gold or will the deal hit a sour note and be taken off the charts? Then Corey and Chumlee hope to buy an incredibly rare mini Coca Cola cooler from the 1930s. Can they shake up a good deal and restore this classic piece of Americana, or will the negotiation fizzle out? And later a married couple wheel up to the shop with an outrageous rickshaw used to carry tigers in the Siegfried and Roy stage show. Will the shop make an offer and get into the pedicab business or will the deal steer itself out of control?
The Pawn Stars have a chance to shoot and score with a 2006 NBA Championship Ring. Will the gang make the big score or will a surprise Shaq Attack throw the shop off its game? Then Rick considers buying a highly collectible 1964 Austin Healey. Can Rick put the pedal to the metal for this fast British car, or will he find out the hard way there is nothing "simple" about an Austin Healey? And later a man walks into the shop with an extremely old and rare diving helmet from the 1800's. Will Rick sink some serious cash into this piece of early sea exploration, or will he find the deal just can't stay afloat?
The Pawn Stars are presented with one of most unique items to ever hobble its way into the shop–a pirate's peg leg. Will the gang gather up a sizable bounty for this rare piece of piracy lore, or will they be forced to walk the plank? Then Rick has a chance to buy a brand new, top of the line, archery bow. Can he find the target price with the fiber-optic sights, or will this black bow backfire? And later a man wheels up to the shop with a full size, hand carved, wooden motorcycle. Can the shop widdle down the price or will this deal get axed?
The Old Man has an opportunity to buy lost footage of legendary President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Can he muster the money for this 8mm piece of White House history or will this film end up on the cutting room floor? Then Rick considers buying a huge antique cast iron coffee grinder from the 1800's and a lunch box from the 1960's. And later Corey and Chumlee are challenged to compete in a parking lot obstacle course, designed just for them by the Old Man.
Is the old man sleeping or just resting his eyes? Whatever it is, Rick orders quiet in the pawn shop, as they bargain over a colt revolver, coffee machine, presidential pins and a spinning wheel.
The Pawn Stars are presented with a classic 1946 Seeburg Jukebox. Will the gang tune up their wallets and hit a high note of a deal, or will it become the day the music died? Then Rick and Corey meet a man hoping to sell a 1775 Massachusetts war bond but is there something special hidden in the engraving? Finally Rick and the Old Man check out a 1965 Chevy Impala. Having fond childhood memories for this car, will Rick be swayed by nostalgia and rev up a good deal, or will the Old Man bring it all to a screeching halt?
The Pawn Stars look to buy an 1862 Civil War postage stamp mysteriously encased in a coin shaped holder. Will they give this stamp the priority treatment, or will they see that it's "returned to sender?" Then Corey and Rick have a chance to rev up a deal for a 1980 10th Anniversary edition Datsun ZX. Will they burn rubber for this T-top sports car, or will the deal stall out? Finally, a man walks in with an original cast member script of the 1964 James Bond classic Goldfinger. Will the gang turn and shoot a bull's-eye for this 007 memorabilia, or will the Old Man impersonate the villain Dr. No?
The Pawn Stars look to buy an American off-roading motorcycle classic–a 1967 Rokon Trailbreaker–but will this deal get stuck in the mud? Then, Rick is hesitant when a man brings in a rare mint condition 1715 Escudo Spanish Gold Coin. Will it be a fool's fake or worth mucho dinero? And later, the Old Man has a chance to buy a memorabilia collection from boxing superstar Muhammad Ali. Will he come out swinging for the KO or throw in the towel?
The Pawn Stars look to purchase top-secret maps and battle plans for Iwo Jima. Will the gang storm the beach for this strategic piece of World War II history or will they be out-gunned and forced to retreat? Then the Old Man and Chumlee look to buy a 1967 Ford F-100 truck. Will they fire up all cylinders and hit the deal full throttle or will it run out of gas? And later, Corey and Chumlee have a chance to buy an 1860's ore cart from the mines of Goldfield, Nevada. Will they strike it rich or fall off the tracks?
The Pawn Stars are presented with an engraved whale's tooth believed to be authentic 1800's scrimshaw. Can the gang make a whale of an offer or will it be a fluke? Then, the Old Man sets his sights on a pair of mysterious Civil War era rifles. Will he take aim and hit the mark or end up dodging a bullet? And later, a man brings in a pristine edition of Playboy's very first issue–featuring Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe. Will Rick sneak a peek or just read the articles?
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy a huge gold bar believed to be from a 1500s shipwreck. Will the gang dig in and strike it rich or will they end up on a fool's errand? Then Rick has a chance to shoot for the moon with a celestial navigation dome from a World War II B29 bomber. Will his offer take flight or come crashing down? And later, a woman brings a mint condition collection of golden era American League baseball field passes. Can Rick hit the deal out of the ballpark, or will he strike out looking?
The Pawn Stars meet a man hoping to sell a mysterious coin from the 1800's believed to be from George Washington's funeral. Will this piece be linked to one of our most revered Presidents or will it get stamped with a Presidential veto? Then the boys head out to the farm to see an early 1900s hand-crank corn shucker. Can they count the kernels and make a deal or will this husk prove too thick? And later Rick has a chance to buy an antique gaming wheel commonly used in speakeasies. Can he turn a profit, or will this deal spin out of control?
The Pawn Stars meet a man hoping to sell a several hundred-year old edition of one of the world's most hellish books–"Dante's Inferno." Will they pass through the gates of hell for this evil epic or will they be tricked by the devil? Then Rick is presented with an antique serpent shaped sword from the Philippines. Can he hold on to the twisted steal weapon or will this deal slither out of his grip? And later Corey has a chance to purchase photo rights to the late great King of Pop: Michael Jackson. Can he make a "Thriller" of a deal or will he moonwalk straight out of the negotiation.
The sky is the limit for the Pawn Stars as they consider buying a 1939 Allied Forces World War II plane. Will the gang soar to new heights and make the deal or will it stall out and take a nose dive? Then the Old Man has a chance to buy a munitions receipt from the War of 1812, signed by future President Andrew Jackson. Will this correspondence from the Commander in Chief be reimbursed for cold hard cash or is this historic invoice a cheap imitation? And later, a man saunters in with a pair of life-size western cowboy mannequins. Will Chumlee boss around a couple of new companions or will these hombres pack up and hit the trail?
The Pawn Stars are blown away when they meet a guy selling his homemade mortar that fires a very unique brand of ammunition–bowling balls. Will the gang line up their aim and strike a deal or will a misfire send the deal into the gutter? Then Rick is handed an extremely rare World War II gas mask believed to have been designed for baby. Will Rick try to buy this unusual artifact, or will he throw the baby out with the bathwater? And later, the Old Man has a chance to buy an original unused ticket to the 1965 classic bout between Muhammad Ali and Floyd Patterson. Will the Pawn Stars go the distance for this piece of boxing memorabilia or will a surprise uppercut sting like a bee?
The Pawn Stars are presented with a mysterious whisky flask from the Civil War era believed to have come from a Confederate spy. Can they crack the code and make the deal or will this flask's secret compartment leave them all thirsting for answers? Then Chumlee and the Old Man meet a man hoping to sell his rare 19th Century English dueling pistols. Will the Old Man be cordial and make an honorable deal or will he be asked to step outside? And later, Corey has a chance to buy a piece of Rock-n-Roll history — the original contract for The Who to play Woodstock. Can he afford to win this battle of the bands?
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy an 1875 Remington pistol so rare that only four are believed to exist in the World. Presented to a member of Theodore Roosevelt's legendary Rough Riders, will the gang pony up the cash for this exclusive antique or will they suddenly find themselves in rough territory? Then Rick and the Old Man meet a man hoping to sell a Civil War bugle associated with General Custer's ill fated 7th Calvary. Will they charge into the valley of death to seize this deal or will Chumlee be called upon to play taps? And later, the grandson of a famous Prime Minister comes in with a clock presented to his grandfather by President Richard Nixon. Can Rick and Corey successfully campaign to secure the Presidential timepiece or will he refuse to negotiate?
The Pawn Stars have a chance to purchase a rare piece of American political history–a collection of personal letters from Kennedy brothers John, Bobby, and Teddy. Written during the height of the Camelot era, will the gang run a tough campaign to make a deal or will their election funds come up short? Then, Rick and Chumlee visit a man hoping to sell an enormous toy collection of 80's iconic original Transformers. Can Rick transform this collection into cold hard cash or will this army of robots decept-and-con him? And finally, the Old Man is presented with vintage Mickey Mouse telephones. Will he dial up a great price for these collectible Disney pieces or disconnect the line?
The Pawn Stars are blasted into orbit when someone brings in a flag from one of NASA's final missions to the Moon. Autographed by the crew of Apollo 16, will the gang take one giant leap and buy this rare piece of history or will they take steps to abort the mission? Then, Rick is presented with an 1861 Civil War Colt musket that was won in a poker game. Mysteriously perfect in every detail, will Rick risk going all-in on an offer or will he second guess his hand and fold? And later, Corey and Chumlee meet a guy selling his collection of NFL pins from the first 20 Super Bowls. Will they draw up the perfect play and celebrate the win or will they fumble the deal and lose yardage?
Rick Harrison(Rick Harrison)
Richard Harrison (The Old Man)(Richard Harrison)
Corey Harrison(Corey Harrison)
Austin "Chumlee" Russell(Chumlee Russell)
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