Next Episode of Pawn Stars is
Season 15 / Episode 25 and airs on 24 April 2018 02:00
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 prepare for a dogfight when their radar locks onto an L39 Albatros fighter jet. Used by the Soviets to train their pilots, can Rick and Chumlee fly away with this Cold War era prize, or will they get shot down before they make it back to base? Then, a guy slides in with a bat and glove signed by Babe Ruth. Complete with letters of authenticity, will the guys be able to knock this deal out of the park, or will this negotiation go into extra innings? And later, Rick and the Old Man are presented with a set of antique glass target balls from the 1800's. Similar to the type used by Annie Oakley, will they hit a bull's-eye on this deal, or end up missing the mark?
Hit the gridiron with the Pawn Stars when they check out a 2004 Super Bowl ring. A genuine player's ring from the New England Patriots, will the guys rush for extra yardage for this ultimate piece of sports memorabilia, or will a tough negotiation leave them three and out? Then, a guy brings in a diary written by his ancestor during almost every major battle of the Civil War. With a handwriting style nearly impossible to decipher, will they be able to unlock the secrets of the past, or are these memories lost to history? And later, a poster from the movie Bullitt comes roaring into the shop. Signed by Steve McQueen, Robert Duvall, and Jacqueline Bisset, will Rick jump into the chase for this rare piece of movie history, or will some suspicious signatures leave him idling at the side of the road?
The Pawn Stars go gangster when they check out a 1937 Oldsmobile. Allegedly owned by mobster Bugsy Siegel, will the guys go to the mats over this rare luxury ride, or has this classic car seen its last drive-by? Then, a guy comes in with a genuine Olympic torch. Carried in the opening ceremonies of the 1984 summer games, will this piece burn a hole in Rick's pockets, or will a marathon negotiation make the deal flame out? And later, Rick and Chum reach for the sky when the world's smallest pistol pops into the shop. Will this tiny Austrian gun aim its way onto Rick's shelves, or fail to make a big impression?
The Pawn Stars pray to the rock gods when a collection of unpublished photos of Jimi Hendrix blasts into the shop. Taken by Jimi's personal photographer, will Rick be able to contain his excitement and make a deal, or will he tip his hand and see the signal go from green to red? Then, the guys see history repeat itself when they check out two high-performance dune buggies in the same day. Will they jump at a chance to buy these tricked out toys, or will both deals sputter out when negotiations get stuck in the sand? And later, Rick and the Old Man check out a rare 1930's Levi's jacket. Will Rick be busting at the seams to snatch up this highly sought after denim, or is this old piece just not a good fit?
Hat's off to the Pawn Stars, when a man brings in a signed print of Abraham Lincoln. Will Rick write off this presidential paper as an impostor or will he decide this Abe truly is honest? Then, the guys are presented with a turn of the century parade cannon. Originally used to salute Civil War veterans, will Rick pay tribute to this rare piece of ordnance, or will he rain on the seller's parade? And later, Corey and the Old Man encounter a steel mandolin from the 1940's. A bit worse for wear, does this rusty relic have a few songs left in it, or will the seller be strumming the blues?
The Pawn Stars fasten their seat belts when a 2003 Lamborghini Murcielago speeds into the shop. Originally purchased for $400,000, will Corey keep the negotiation on track, or is this 200 mile-an-hour super car more than he can handle? Then, Rick is presented with a true one of a kind, when a guy brings in a set of Saddam Hussein's fingerprints. Taken in Baghdad by the FBI, will Rick try to capture this rare piece at all costs, or will he play this one by the book? And later, Rick and Corey check out a sterling silver Tiffany Walkman originally owned by a member of the rock band "The Who." Will the guys try to win this one for a song, or is this antiquated device worth its weight in silver?
A limited edition photograph of Albert Einstein comes in the shop; Rick and Corey are presented with a collection of confidential documents from the Pentagon; the Old Man takes the day off to tour a World War II era B-17 Bomber
The Pawn Stars gain access to classified information as a collection from former Attorney General J. Howard McGrath enters the shop. Complete with his Secret Service I.D. and some counterfeit money, will this political memorabilia be a hot sale, or land the guys in hot water? Then, Rick and Chumlee encounter a 1960's U.S. Marines vehicle called a "Mighty Mite." Capable of driving nearly submerged in water, will Rick charge into hostile territory for this all-terrain truck, or will the negotiation get mired in the mud? And later, the Old Man is off to the races when he gets his hands on an electronic horse race analyzer. Will this 1970's technology help him beat the odds, or should this gadget have been put out to pasture years ago?
The Pawn Stars feel a jolt of history when a guy brings in the original AC motor built by Nikola Tesla. Considered one of the most important inventions of the 19th century, will they power up a high voltage deal for this national treasure, or will the negotiation run out of juice? Then, Rick and Corey check out a 1968 VW Bug convertible. Nearly restored, but with a broken motor, will Rick try to convert this busted bug into cash, or will this deal crash on arrival? And later, Chumlee nearly loses his grip when a pair of Marty McFly high tops levitates into the shop. A limited edition Nike shoe, will Chumlee tie up the deal, or will he send these kicks back to the future?
The end is near for the Pawn Stars when they check out an alleged original print by Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer. Known for his depictions of the apocalypse, will the guys battle demons to capture this valuable work, or is this demonic image more than they bargained for? Then, Corey feels like a third wheel when he checks out two trike-style motorcycles in the same day. Both equipped with V8 engines, will Corey be overpowered by these tricked out machines, or will a tough negotiation "tri" has patience? And later, a guy comes in with a statue of 80's advertising icon Spuds McKenzie. Will Rick and Chumlee try to tame this party animal, or has this dog already had his day?
Take a ride with the Pawn Stars when they check out a 1924 Dodge Brothers sedan. Complete with the original wooden wheels, will the guys make a move for this piece of automotive history, or will a questionable restoration have them dodging the deal? Then, a guy drags in a 19th century ball and chain that's inside a Wells Fargo strongbox. Will Rick be able to put these rare pieces on lockdown, or will he get distracted and let them slip away? And later, Corey and Chumlee check out a Terminator "skill stop" slot machine. Will the guys save the future by defeating this terminator, or is this killer robot more than they can handle?
The Pawn Stars lock and load as a triple barreled firearm made by famous European gunsmiths blasts its way into the shop. Will the guys hold their fire on this combination rifle and shot gun, or will they pull the trigger and make a deal for the rare weapon? Then, a man drops in with a collection of antique children's toy piggy banks made of cast iron. A favorite among collectors, will these tot toys cost Rick a pretty penny, or will he save his money for a rainy day? Later, the shop is looking to hire a new broker to help cover the night shift, and Rick puts Corey and Chumlee in charge of recruiting. Will the guys be able to attract some major league talent, or will they get stuck in the minors?
The Pawn Stars are back in school when a first edition of Henry David Thoreau's "Walden" comes into the shop. Will the guys be on the same page about this novel's value, or will the seller throw the book at them? Then, Corey focuses his sights on a 19th century rope gun. Used on ships to shoot ropes a long distance, will he try to tie this one up, or is it knot a good deal? And later, Corey and Chum conduct interviews to find the shop's newest night shift broker. Can they sift through the candidates to find a diamond in the rough, or will they bring Rick a bag full of fool's gold?
The Pawn Stars see their spirits soar when a guy brings in a Charles Lindbergh doll from the 1920s. Will the appeal of this rare toy fly over Rick's head, or will he take the pilot's seat and make a deal? Then, the shop becomes a real freak show when a guy brings in an antique poster advertising a sword swallowing act. Will Rick cough up the cash for this piece of show biz history, or will the asking price be too hard to swallow? And later, a guy comes in with a harmonica that once belonged to Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler. Played by Tyler, can they make a deal with some "Sweet Emotion," or will they tell the customer to "Walk This Way" right out of the shop?
The Pawn Stars are blown away when a pair of WWII bomb fins drop into the shop. Designed to keep bombs on target, will the guys try to blast out a deal for these rare military items, or will they run for cover as the negotiation implodes? Then, Rick tries to get in tune with a guy who brings in a Martin guitar signed by 60's super group Crosby, Stills and Nash. Will Rick's offer be music to the seller's ears, or will he get nothing but feedback? And later, the guys continue their daunting search for a new employee to work the night shift. Will they pick beauty over brains or go with a safe bet?
The Pawn Stars are amazed when a first issue Spider-Man comic book swings into the shop. Potentially worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, will the guys have the spidey-sense to buy this super rare book or will they tangle up the negotiation? Then, a guy moseys in with an antique 1860 Colt Army Pistol. Considered the assault weapon of it's day, will Rick have the firepower to draw up a deal? And later, Old Man checks out a gold mining stock certificate issued to author Mark Twain. Issued in 1876, will the deal pan out, or will the guys end up in a deep hole?
The Pawn Stars prepare for blast off when a piece of heat shield from Apollo 11 rockets into the shop. Will this relic of NASA's most famous flight have the guys seeing stars or will it turn out to be a waste of space? Then, Rick is presented with a book written by FBI founder J. Edgar Hoover. Allegedly signed by Hoover himself, will Rick's investigation turn up any positive proof? And later, a man brings in a WWII pilot's jacket. Flown over the Himalayas on a route known as "The Hump," will the Old Man deliver up a tempting offer or will he eject for crashing down?
Get strung along with the Pawn Stars as a 1961 Les Paul SG guitar jams into the shop. Owned by a member of Les Paul's family, will the guys be able to fine-tune their offer, or will the deal de-tune? Then, Rick and the Old Man are presented with a copy of National Geographic from 1969 covering the momentous Apollo 11 moon landing. Will this special issue drag in some moon rock sized profits or will they abort their mission? And later, when Rick brings in a new hire to work the night shift, Chumlee volunteers to help train them into a pawn superstar.
The Pawn Stars prepare to fire when an 1830's musket made by cotton-gin inventor Eli Whitney shoots into the shop. Can Rick come up with a perfect battle plan to secure this rare weapon or will he shoot himself in the foot? Then, when a man brings in a golf ball once owned by President Lyndon B. Johnson, Rick attempts to tee up a good deal. Will he sink a hole in one or miss his mark and land in the sand? And later, a man comes into the shop with a 1929 Chicago Cubs World Series press pin. Will Rick and Chum make headlines with this deal, or end up buried on the back page?
The Pawn Stars get ready to rock when a man brings in an extremely rare original poster from one of Jimi Hendrix's final performances. Will Rick play along with the seller's asking price and make a deal, or will the negotiations hit a sour note? Then, Rick and the Old Man get revved up when a race suit worn and autographed by actor Paul Newman roars into the shop. But will a lack of official paperwork bring the deal to a screeching halt before it reaches the finish line? And later, Rick and Corey are in scoring position when a customer brings in a photo signed by three baseball Hall-of-Famers: Mickey Mantle, Willy Mays and Harmon Killebrew. Can Rick and Corey make a record breaking deal or will they strike out?
It's a blast from the past for the Pawn Stars when they check out a huge collection of mini bikes from the 1970's. Will the guys saddle up and buy the micro machines, or will they hold out for the full-sized counterparts? Then, an early 1900s baseball bat swings into the shop. Will Corey and Chumlee hit a hum-dinger of a deal, or will they let it walk? And later, Rick is presented with a piece of mail flown by Charles Lindbergh on the Spirit of St. Louis. Will he soar to new heights for this historic piece of airmail or will the negotiations stall out and take a nosedive?
The Pawn Stars get the royal treatment when autographed memoirs from English nobility parade into the shop. Signed by King Edward VIII and the Duchess of Windsor, will Rick find these books fit for his kingdom, or will he abdicate them from his shop? Then, the Old Man and Chumlee are presented with an antique collection of 1950's tin army trucks. Will the Old Man make a play for these classic metal toys, or should they have been recycled years ago? And later, a man rolls up with a Sun Tune-up Tester. Used for fixing cars in the 1970's, will Rick crank up a good deal or will this outdated technology be in need of its own fine-tuning?
Get fired up with the Pawn Stars as they set their sights on a rare 1870 Volcanic pistol. Can Rick and Corey make a deal on this forefather of the Winchester repeating rifle or will an unseen problem cause the deal to backfire? Then, the guys are breathless when a World War II gas mask made for the U.S. Navy floats up to the counter. Will Rick and Chum sniff out a good deal for this piece, or will the negotiations start to stink? And later, the Old Man finally wakes up from hibernation when an early 1900s life-sized Steiff bear prowls into the shop. Can he work up the grizzly courage to buy this rare toy, or will he only offer the bear minimum?
The Pawn Stars huddle up when a 1966 Miami Dolphins playbook rushes into the shop. A relic from the short lived American Football League, will Rick think buying the book of secret strategy is a worthy goal, or will he have to pass? Then, a woman reels in who claims she has unseen footage of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Can Corey and the Old Man make a blockbuster deal for the celluloid stash or will the film be a flop? And later, Corey and Chum hit the road to check out a vintage cash register from the 1920s. Will the seller press the right buttons to make a big pay day from the guys, or will Corey only offer him small change?
The Pawn Stars feel their noses growing when some hand crafted Pinocchio dolls walk in the shop. Will the guys pull some strings and make this deal happen, or get tangled up in a rough negotiation? Then, a guy brings in a Cy Young baseball card from 1909. Potentially worth thousands, will Rick play hard ball for this rare item, or is this deal out of his league? And later, a guy comes in with a harmonica that once belonged to Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler. Can they make a deal with some Sweet Emotion, or will they tell the customer to Walk This Way right out of the shop?
Prepare for battle with the Pawn Stars as one of the rarest guns in American history pops into the shop. A 9-shot LeMat revolver used by the Confederate Army, will Rick charge into this deal guns blazing, or let it fire right past him? Then, it's a race to the finish when a tire signed by legendary NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt rolls on by. Will Corey be burning rubber to get this piece of racing history or will the negotiations lose their traction and hit the wall? And later, Corey and Chumlee are presented with a 1980's handheld Donkey Kong game. The pre-cursor to Game Boy, will Chumlee go bananas over this Nintendo classic, or is it game over?
Gang up with the Pawn Stars when original photographs of Old West outlaw Jesse James ride into town. Will the guys break the bank on these incredibly rare items, or will the seller make a quick getaway? Then, Chumlee and the Old Man get an earful when they're presented with a Leslie organ speaker from the 1950's. Can they turn up the volume on this negotiation, or is the deal too far out of tune? And later, a guy walks in with a Boy Scout first aid kit from the 1930's. Will Rick be prepared to make an offer, or will he think it lacks merit?
The Pawn Stars are blown away when a signet ring that belonged to mob boss Lucky Luciano comes out of hiding. Can the guys make the seller an offer he can't refuse, or will this deal go to sleep with the fishes? Then, Rick is in the red zone when a letter signed by legendary football coach Knute Rockne steps up to the line of scrimmage. Will Rick win one for The Gipper, or will he fumble the negotiation? And later, Chumlee is presented with a collection of antique Cracker Jack toys. Will he go three strikes and out on these classic collectibles or will he win one for the home team?
The Pawn Stars see dollar signs when a $1 bill signed by Clark Gable comes into the shop. Allegedly signed while he served in WWII, will the guys try to cash in on this rare bill, or is it not worth the paper it's printed on? Then, Corey and Chumlee are presented with a rare 1800s Wells Fargo double barrel shotgun. Made to protect stage coaches in the Old West, will the guys bravely ride shotgun on this deal, or will a misfire cause them to surrender? And later, a souvenir from Ulysses S. Grant's funeral makes its way into Rick's hands. Will he see this tribute as a vital piece of presidential memorabilia, or will this keepsake be dead on arrival?
The Pawn Stars sing "Hail to the Chief" when an autographed collection of presidential memoirs comes into the shop. Written and signed by President Harry S. Truman, will Rick campaign to buy these rare books, or is the seller just not on the same page? Then, Corey and Chumlee are presented with a toy "Robby the Robot" from the 1956 movie, Forbidden Planet. Can this mechanical gizmo automate the deal or will it run out of batteries? And later, a guy brings in a can of Zoo Doo brand elephant manure. Made by a zoo as a novelty item, will Chumlee and the Old Man put all their chips on the table for this gag gift, or will it be impossible to ignore the elephant in the room?
Rick Harrison(Rick Harrison)
Richard Harrison (The Old Man)(Richard Harrison)
Corey Harrison(Corey Harrison)
Austin "Chumlee" Russell(Chumlee Russell)
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