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The first American coin ever made; a "Jetsons" lunchbox; a hood ornament from an Austrian automaker; an ancient Latin book.
Illustrations from the children's book, "Where the Wild Things Are;" Beatles vinyl records; antique hot dog bun warmer; an electric hot dog cooker; a Princess Leia action figure signed by actress Carrie Fisher.
An original Marc Chagall painting; a Boston Red Sox World Series ring; a first edition of the book, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," by author Ken Kesey; the BMW sedan in which rapper Tupac Shakur was shot and killed.
Rick visits Washington, D.C., where he negotiates to buy silver spoons made by Paul Revere and million-dollar items belonging to U.S. Founding Father George Washington; a prop from "H.R. Pfnstuf;" a giveaway from the Pink Flamingo Hotel.
A folding bike used by WWII paratroopers enters the shop; Corey inspects an antique German clock; Rick considers purchasing a fiddle signed by "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" singer Charlie Daniels and an old miner's self-rescuer.
An ancient tome believed to hold the secret for turning metals into gold; a costume signed by professional wrestler Macho Man Randy Savage; a half dollar that was supposedly pierced by sharpshooter Annie Oakley; a fancy French gunpowder flask.
A set of illustrations from Disney's "Sleeping Beauty;" flashy door handles from one of Las Vegas' first casinos; handwritten memoirs from a member of Bonnie and Clyde's gang; an original version of The Game of Life; a device used for gold mining.
A set of royal British armor has Rick suiting up to strike a bargain; a U.S. Open custom electric guitar; signatures and a movie script from comedy duo Abbott and Costello; an antique coin-operated scale.
An automaton performs a magic trick; a seller has a 1500s Bible, but Corey's book expert has a warning; a horse race gambling machine; insignias from a WWII bombardment group.
Rick and Chumlee inspect a valuable Japanese katana from the 1800s; treasures arriving in the shop include a set of sea turtle coins from the ancient Mediterranean city of Aegina, "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C." trading cards and Playboy stock certificates.
Vintage Disneyland employee costumes; a Volkswagen space patrol toy car; "Smoking Hamilton" currency printing error; WWII painting.
Handwritten math by Albert Einstein; an antique headlamp tester; a prop from the horror movie, "Child's Play;" a pill case that may have belonged to Hollywood legend Carole Lombard.
A seller brings in boxes of inherited comic books; rare turn-of-the-century currency; an antique pinball machine.
A bust of actor Marlon Brando; a Donkey Kong penny bank from the early 1980s; a cyclops print made by a member of the band Devo.
An ancient Roman "Ides of March" coin; an original "Mad Max" movie poster; an MGM lion brass knocker.
Rick drives to Los Angeles to see legendary baseball player Babe Ruth's "called shot" bat; Corey is enthused by a miniature model of Ralph Lauren's Bugatti Type 57SC.
A preview of an upcoming episode.
A preview of an upcoming episode of "Pawn Stars."
A preview of an upcoming episode of "Pawn Stars."
A first look at an upcoming episode of the series, "Pawn Stars."
A first look at an upcoming episode of the series, "Pawn Stars."
Corey reveals his most treasured Evel Knievel-related items.
A seller hands Chumlee a $30 bill; Rick considers restoring a spark plug cleaner made by Albert Champion; Rick hires a small team of experts to draw up a value for a Walt Disney-signed copy of "The Art of Animation."
An ancient coin rolls into the shop; Chum unrolls an autographed movie poster for the movie, "Reservoir Dogs."
After test-driving the infamous O.J. Simpson Bronco, Rick must decide whether to purchase this million-dollar item; a rare silverware set; a 1978 "Star Wars" comic.
An early addition of P.T. Barnum's autobiography; a 1966 Dodge Charger with a Hemi engine; a Napoleonic-era Imperial Guard sword.
Gold and silver coins; tax stamps; an album signed by late singer Bob Marley; a vintage Win-a-Card game.
A 1973 Marshall Amp; a hover-board from the movie, "Back to the Future Part II," signed by the cast.
Rick visits his friend's brewery in San Diego; antique beer items; antique an original McCormick Farmall tractor; a signed movie slate from the movie, "Django Unchained;" a "Dogs Playing Poker" print.
A warm-up jersey signed by pro basketball player Kobe Bryant; an antique weapon; the book, "Leaving Las Vegas;" an early toaster.
Rick stumbles upon an early Barbie doll while visiting his friend, Marie Osmond, backstage at her Vegas show; a tiny amusement park ride; a still from the movie, "Citizen Kane," signed by Orson Welles; a $10,000 certificate from 1900.
An 18th-century "Tryal of Witches" book; a 20th-century airplane control yoke; a gold-plated banjo; the restored car from the movie, "Wayne's World."
Three Japanese Samurai swords; a Steiff donkey pull toy; a British WWI propaganda poster; thank-you letters sent to an infamous doctor.
A hat worn by musician Prince; an Egyptian scarab ring; a WWII-era head-shaped grass planter.
A very valuable Pokémon collection; a 1926 Dunhill Watch Lighter.
A Gibson lap steel guitar; a letter from pioneer Ezra Meeker; a set of commemorative Oregon Trail coins; a Victorian snuff box; colonial bone dice from the Stamp Act of 1765.
A Civil War-era carbine with a coffee grinder in the shoulder stock; a vintage skateboard deck.
A rare movie poster for actor John Wayne's first film; a vintage RC helicopter; nickel-plated pistols supposedly made by the most famous gun maker of the Victorian era.
Rick calls in a surprise expert to appraise a Ronald McDonald balloon inflator; an antique RCA inkwell; a vintage spear; Edward Curtis prints.
Rick considers removing six Picasso etchings from a famous illustrated edition of Lysistrata; Chum weighs making an offer on Thundercats Ho! toys from the 1980s; Rick and Corey have second thoughts after taking an amphibious Jeep out on the water.
Rick and Chumlee take a trip to Florida to check out a 1964 Rybovich yacht; Rick visits his friend, Lisa, at her pawn shop; a Florida Highwaymen painting catches Rick's eye; Rick checks out a voting machine from the 2000 U.S. presidential election.
Rick heads to Los Angles for a shopping spree; he views props from the movie, "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" and a painting by actor Leonardo DiCaprio; Chumlee considers a helicopter owned by Las Vegas magician Dirk Arthur.
A 1974 Triumph Convertible; a pair of whale spears; a pair of Popeye water pistols.
A rare double-lock musket; an autographed photograph of Laurel and Hardy; a Ronald Reagan foam head.
A Gilded Age train; a classic Nintendo race car game from the 1960s; a Superman and Batman print.
Rap artist Flavor Flav brings in an O.J. Simpson statue with a six-figure price tag; an autographed Winston Churchill letter; a trophy given to former Chicago Cubs owner P.K. Wrigley; a custom 1951 Mercury.
An original Superman costume; a retro computer; two vintage music posters; a 1980s Rhodes piano.
A rare 1936 Zippo lighter prototype; an antique rotary telephone; Chumlee meets Marvel Comics creator and writer Stan Lee.
Rick considers paying 10 times the face value of a rare $1,000 star note; a World War II Navy gun scope; an ancient bronze statue; a storyboard from the TV movie, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
A page from the Gutenberg Bible, known as the first printed book; a rare six-sheet movie poster from "Ziegfeld Follies."
A rare Captain Fantastic pinball machine; a Leroy Neiman painting of Marilyn Monroe performing at John F. Kennedy's 45th birthday party; a set of stamps from the Stamp Act of 1775.
A peg leg pistol; four yearbooks signed by actor James Dean ("Rebel Without a Cause").
O.J.'s Bronco; a rare silverware set; Chum uses his Jedi mind tricks to buy a 1978 Star Wars comic book.
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A drawing by musician John Lennon; Sen. William Sharon's engraved menu from the Comstock Lode mines; a Rolex water pressure tester; a 1950s Buddy Lee doll.
A lunar Bible from Apollo 14; a 1930s Buck Rogers Disintegrator Gun; miniature samples of a 1950s kitchen; a 1950s Beetle Bailey original print.
Astronomer Edwin Hubble's autograph; an 1850s patent model self-lighting and extinguishing lantern; a Starrett Food Chopper; an 1871 British Martini-Henry Short Lever Rifle.
A pre-Revolutionary American pewter tankard; postcards by American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat; a 1960s Hydro-Cycle Barracuda watercraft; an early 1900s blueprint copy machine.
An autographed Led Zeppelin album; an antique whistle collection; a Doonesbury cartoon; a self-winding clock.
Rick and the others head to the gun range to check out a rare Nock Volley gun used by the Royal Navy; an etching by Spanish artist Joan Miró; the first American pasta machine.
Replica swords signed by "Kill Bill" actor David Carradine; a first-edition of T.S. Eliot's "Four Quartets;" a 1965 Battle of the Bulge board game; a 1920s radium crock.
A shower curtain signed by actor Anthony Perkins ("Psycho"); an 1882 Gold Certificate and a 1918 Federal Reserve note; an 1800s Millionaire Calculator; a 1950s Russian night-vision scope.
Handwritten lyrics for "My Country, 'Tis of Thee;" a World War II-era Linemar Space Explorer toy; a United Nations helmet from Somali; a giant bell from the historic El Rancho Hotel and Casino.
Two original lithographs by graphic artist M.C. Escher; a censored recording made on a Soviet X-ray; a Wells Fargo model stagecoach; a 1950s toy lie detector.
An 1800s Colt revolver; an antique Chinese fingernail guard; a life mask of Abraham Lincoln; a Playboy magazine used in the movie, "Forrest Gump."
Madonna's 1988 day planner; a 1910 phrenology head; a locket from the 1800s with preacher Henry Ward Beecher; a 1980s egg chair used for hearing tests.
Limited-edition Batman and Joker Bolin guitars; a bronze sculpture by M.L. Snowden; a pair of signed Betty Crocker letters; a WWII-era Adolf Hitler pincushion.
A first edition of "The Adventures of Bob Hope" comic; an ancient Egyptian mummy mask; a 1950s Disney fire extinguisher.
A 1950s Chrysler Town & Country Newport; a cubist painting by New Zealand artist Louise Henderson; antique railroad locks from the late 1800s; an early-1900s self-heating gasoline iron.
Eighteenth-century engravings of the Spanish Armada; wax recordings from the 1890s; a Coca-Cola robot from the 1980s; a 1900s Teddy Roosevelt Bears pitcher.
A 1769 set of playing cards with a hidden political message enters the shop; Corey checks out a set of "Charlie's Angels" figurines; Rick examines an antique stained glass lamp.
A cast-signed helmet from the TV series "Lost in Space;" a pair of sneakers signed by retired NBA player Robert Parish; a mystery object that cause Rick and Corey to scratch their heads.
A 1944 steel cent; an 1850s calendar clock shows up; a H.R Giger lithograph from the film "Alien 3;" a Smokey the Bear puppet.
The fiercest negotiations, including the negotiations for Elton John's boots, a James Bond toy car, an ancient Roman coin, vintage Pez dispensers, a book that belonged to Sir Isaac Newton, Viking copper and gold, and an aphorism signed by Mark Twain.
A 19th century sun dial cannon; a signed helmet from one of Hollywood's biggest flops, "Heaven's Gate;" sterling silver baby figurines; a 1964 Beatles board game.
A custom Fender quad guitar; a Wheaties box featuring Tonya Harding; two steelyard scales from the 1700s.
A 1547 edition of "The Dance of Death;" two sculptures from Dr. Seuss' taxidermy collection; a tear-gas baton.
An astrological armillary sphere; a British candy dispenser; a signed Louis Armstrong photograph and handkerchief; a vintage Ghirardelli billboard.
Western film star Harry Carey's collection of nearly 200 celebrity autographs; a 1900s Wrigley Gum vending machine; an equilibristat, a device designed to measure the equilibrium of a railroad car; a 1960s Jimmy Jet toy.
Treasures from the American Civil War, including a rifle, a campaign ribbon from Abraham Lincoln's first election, a sterling-silver flask, a lap desk made by Dr. Samuel Mudd, a soldier's engraved pocket watch, a campaign poster, and a schoolbook.
A set of 1814 naval history books from John Adams' personal library; an electronic cigar box guitar signed by musician Sammy Hagar; a 1901 coin sorter.
A robotic Japanese monkey; a painting that reveals Glenn Ford's love affair with Marilyn Monroe; a wooden oil barrel from the 1800s; a Ming Dynasty Kuan banknote.
Rick gets fired up over a 1969 Triumph Motorcycle; the first issue of MAD Magazine; a 1800s Parker Brothers shotgun.
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A Star Wars super fan wants to sell his extensive Star Wars movie props collection.
A Return of the Jedi Play-Doh set is available.
The Old Man wants to take home an R2-D2 cooler for his home.
A rare set of action figurines might be worth a lot for the shop.
Rick attempts to make a deal for a very rare Star Wars poster.
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.
The most famous finds in the shop's history, including a 40-year-old Bob Dylan album, molds of Joe DiMaggio and John McGraw's busts, a book printed by Benjamin Franklin, a suit worn by James Brown, and a program from the first NFL championship game.
The coolest restorations in the history of the shop, including a samurai sword, a 1973 Jeep, a penny arcade Grip Tester, a 1930s tricycle, and a helicopter.
A letter signed by Napoleon; a surreal figure by Mexican artist Pedro Friedeberg; a 1960s Monkees talking puppet; original "Dick & Jane" illustrations.
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.
Two rare G.I. Joe play sets; a 1950s Chinese military motorcycle; a photograph and letter signed by poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
An original Beach Boys surfboard; a magazine feature penned by Mark Twain; an early spirit hydrometer; an original Peter Max painting of the Statue of Liberty.
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.
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 customer brings in a talking Herman Munster doll; Rick checks out a bass guitar signed by John Entwistle from the Who and John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin; Rick examines a rare 1867 Proof Shield nickel.
A pair of Duck's Foot pistols sends the guys off to the gun range; a bar of Yellow Kid soap from an 1896 newspaper comic; a Victorian-era hand crank.
A 44 B.C. Roman coin with Julius Caesar's portrait comes into the shop; a rare 1960s leather jacket; a plaster cast of Joe DiMaggio's feet.
An original sketch of the Marine Corps War Memorial comes into the shop; a Poison platinum disc signed by Bret Michaels; a Roman oil lamp from the first century.
A look at some of the rarest items in the shop's history; a 1969 Beach Bomb Prototype Hot Wheel; a first-edition Revolutionary War military protocol manual; an induction motor; a Star Wars Boba Fett action figure; a 19th-century Nepalese Bira Gun.
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.
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 $70,000 Panama Pacific gold coin from 1915; a Hydro Jetpack; rare artwork from graffiti sensation Keith Haring; an exclusive Hertz Penske GT Mustang.
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 WWE Hall of Fame ring is brought into the shop, and Corey checks out a 1927 Essex Sedan rat rod.
A chair belonging to Abraham Lincoln comes into the shop, and Corey and Chum check out a vintage Nintendo Donkey Kong arcade game.
A chair belonging to Abraham Lincoln comes into the shop; Corey and Chum check out a vintage Nintendo Donkey Kong arcade game; a signed Seinfeld script is brought in.
An all-star Dodger's baseball memorabilia bench; a 19th century Hobbs & Co. lock box come into the shop; an original Woody Woodpecker oil painting is brought in.
An all-star Dodger's baseball memorabilia bench and a 19th century Hobbs & Co. lock box come into the shop.
A hand-painted, signed guitar from Def Leppard's Phil Collen comes into the shop; a pair of sneakers signed by NBA legend LeBron James; Rick checks out a 19th century carriage clock.
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 John Belushi autograph and 1894 S Barber Dime come into the shop.
A 1894 S Barber Dime comes into the shop; a John Belushi autograph; a 1950s Jim Henson; a 1965 Schwinn bicycle.
A limited edition 2014 Hertz Penske GT Mustang races around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, and a 1600s lobster tail helmet from Oliver Cromwell's army comes into the shop.
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 1906 silver half dollar that belonged to a passenger on the Titanic comes into the shop. There is also a first edition of 'The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde'.
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 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 one-of-a-kind Star Wars packaged Boba Fett prototype, an early 1900s Shelby bicycle and a Star Wars autographed poster come into the shop.
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.
An 1800s one-horse-open sleigh comes in; a J.H. Rector rifle; unpublished Christmas art from Mad magazine comes into the shop.
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 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.
Valuable items that come into the shop include a rare 1589 book with the instructions for war and fortification and a pair of antique door knockers. Rick also looks at an 1840s chess table.
A jacket from Pulp Fiction, a guitar pedal possibly used by Kurt Cobain; a juror questionnaire from the O.J. Simpson trial; a Matt Groening lithograph; Dennis Rodman jerseys; some Michael Jackson photos; Wayne's World items.
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 spy pen radio is brought into the shop, a customer brings in a Bruce Springsteen tour jacket, and there is a pair of paintings by motorcycle artist David Mann.
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 huge Richard Nixon head; a shoe likely worn by Secretariat; a Mattel Electronic Football Game; a signed Star Wars script; signed Arthur Ashe memorabilia; vintage Aerosmith tour t-shirts; a flag from Apollo 16.
A huge Richard Nixon head; a shoe likely worn by Secretariat; a Mattel Electronic Football Game; a signed Star Wars script; signed Arthur Ashe memorabilia; vintage Aerosmith tour t-shirts; a flag from Apollo 16.
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 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 Civil War drum, an 1834 book with the original rules of baseball and a 1970s skateboard are brought into the shop.
A rescue buoy from the set of Baywatch signed by David Hasselhoff and two flintlock blunderbuss pistols come into the shop. Rick and Corey check out a six-person solar bike.
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.
Corey and Chum look at a water-propelled jetpack. Other valuable items that come into the shop are a promissory note from the Mexican-American War and a statue of the Hindu god Shiva.
Corey and Chum look at a water-propelled jetpack; a promissory note from the Mexican-American War; a statue of the Hindu god Shiva is brought into the shop.
A banner from the WWII secret airborne division is brought into the shop; a customer brings in a 1980s Ooze-It toy; Rick is muted by an unsigned illustration from the silent film era.
A banner from the WWII secret airborne division is brought into the shop, a customer brings in a 1980s Ooze-It toy, and Rick is muted by an unsigned illustration from the silent film era.
A rare Rolling Stones record comes into the shop. Other times include a football used in the first Hall of Fame game and three swords from the Napoleonic era.
A rare Rolling Stones record comes into the shop; a football used in the first Hall of Fame game; three swords from the Napoleonic era come into the shop.
A James Brown suit comes into the shop, and Corey and Chum check out an artist proof from the film Anchors Aweigh.
A James Brown suit comes into the shop; Corey and Chum check out an artist proof from the film Anchors Aweigh; a 1917 Standing Liberty Quarter.
A 1939 Superman doll comes into the shop; a 1952 Fender Telecaster guitar; an antique Japanese matchlock gun.
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?
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?
A bat designed by Ty Cobb and autographed by Joe Sewell comes into the shop; Rick checks out the Wayne's World car; Rick searches for a rare coin.
A model train once owned by Johnny Cash comes into the shop. Other items include a 1920's chicken incubator and a 17th century Tibetan Buddha.
A model train once owned by Johnny Cash comes into the shop; a 1920's chicken incubator; Rick checks out a 17th century Tibetan Buddha.
Revisiting the best items ever seen outside of the shop, including rare maps, a piano used by the Rat Pack, a Soviet fighter Jet, and a Samurai helmet.
Rick and the others reveal the items they've most wanted for themselves, including a motorcycle owned by Steve McQueen, a diamond-encrusted 2004 Super Bowl ring, a rare 1484 book, and a 1986 Buick.
A one-of-a-kind rock crawler comes into the shop; a collection of restored Indian motorcycles; a custom dragster that can reach 192 mph; a John Deere ice cream machine.
A look at the greatest gambles in the shop's history; an antique White Eagle medallion; a book that might be signed by Shoeless Joe Jackson; a questionable Gibson mandolin and more.
Revisit some of the Coolest Collectibles; a $40,000 Elvis worn Super-fly Coat, a huge collection of Star Trek memorabilia, the first ever Playboy magazine featuring Marilyn Monroe.
Revisit some of the most mysterious items: retro Amphicar from the 1960's; vintage handcuff collection; Master Violet Ray Machine; odd collection of prosthetic eyeballs; unknown stone.
Take a look back at some of the finest expert examinations; a valuable edition Book of Mormon authenticated by Rebecca, a straitjacket possibly worn by Harry Houdini investigated by Murray, a signed Babe Ruth bat.
The original Star Wars script signed by George Lucas comes into the shop; Rick checks out a terracotta medallion of Benjamin Franklin; Chum wants to open a museum to display some of the shop's hidden items.
Revisiting some of the most dangerous items seen in the pawn shop including a double barrel Coaching gun from the 1800's, a rare Let Mat Pistol, and a $335,000 mint condition Gatling Gun.
A 1930s Gottlieb grip tester comes into the shop, and there is a limited edition piece of abstract art.
A 1930s Gottlieb grip tester comes into the shop; a limited edition piece of abstract art by Hollywood actor, Anthony Quinn; Chum tries to help promote the shop by trying to make images of the Old Man go viral.
A 1963 Beatles signed guitar comes into the shop; Corey checks out a 1981 Suzuki motorcycle; Rick make an effort to teach the guys some office etiquette.
A 1923 Babe Ruth baseball card; a 1930s unrestored children's tricycle comes into the shop; Corey totals his truck and is forced to drive the company car with Rick's face on it.
The best fakes and surprising fortunes are revisited: a two million dollar painting by Claude Monet; a 1715 gold coin; a set of rare autographed Hollywood Postcards.
Face-to-face with a life-size Creature from the Black Lagoon; love letter from Judy Garland to Frank Sinatra; Chum and Corey frighten Rick with pranks.
Rick auctions off some of the shop's coolest finds; Corey and Chum check out an Ultra 4 Racecar; Rick sees one of the biggest collections of Mickey Mouse memorabilia in the world.
A 1763 flintlock pistol fires into the shop; Rick scopes out a 1890s telescope cane; Rick and Chumlee visit a galaxy far, far away to see screen-used Star Wars props.
Two original 1 comic books from the Avengers and Giant Size X-Men series come into the shop; a cane belonging William Pinkerton from the infamous Pinkerton detective agency; Chumlee leaves work to track down his own comic book collection.
Another look at some of the Priciest items the Pawn Stars have ever seen: a mint condition 1967 Ford Shelby G.T. 350, a Hotchkiss revolving Cannon from the 1800's; $85,000 Gibson guitar once owned by Stephen Stills.
Rick goes to look at 1966 Chevy II; a program from the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty; Corey attempts to convince Rick to buy him a company car.
A signed first edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz comes into the shop; Corey goes to look at a one-of-a-kind Turbo Drive II arcade game; Rick hunts for a package that was supposedly delivered to him.
The world's rarest Hot Wheels car, the Beach Bomb 1, comes into the shop; Rick gets creative when checking out an etching by Rembrandt; Chum decides to write his memoirs.
A 1965 Panama Canal service medal is presented to the shop; Corey sets his sights on a renaissance era crossbow; Chumlee finds himself in hot water after he fails to call in an expert.
A Superman vs. Muhammad Ali comic book; an Edward Hopper charcoal piece; Rick feels that all the office phones are broken.
A 1800s Wilkinson turret rifle comes into the shop; celebrity engraved matchboxes from the private jet; Chumlee volunteers to help the guys write descriptive cards for the shop.
Concert posters signed by Johnny Cash and Stevie Ray Vaughn come into the shop; Rick checks out original blueprints of the Hoover Dam; Chum breaks Rick's new expensive sunglasses.
A Line Drive Pinball Machine comes into the shop; an 1895 Morgan Dollar; Chum oversees a shift at Corey's new bar.
A baseball believed to be signed by the 1959 World Series Champions, the Dodgers, comes into the shop; a rare Berndt-Maurer 1930s movie camera; Rick bars all junk food from the shop.
An Eli Whitney Civil War revolver comes into the shop; Corey checks out a signed picture of the original Star Trek cast; Corey un-friends Chumlee on social media, so Chumlee decides to un-friend Corey in real life.
A 1951 Willys Wagon enters the shop; a pair of 19th Century European swords come into the shop; the guys realize Rick hasn't shown up for work.
Handprints signed by Sylvester Stallone come into the shop; Rick seeks out two signed Norman Rockwell lithographs; Chumlee tries to prove he is more active than everyone thinks he is by entering an arm-wrestling competition.
Revolutionary War documents signed by King George III come into the shop; a pair of Cushman Scooters; the guys all take part in a competitive shoot-out after checking out a BB gun in the shop.
A signed Red Hot Chili Peppers album comes into the shop; a Mobo Bronco toy comes in; Chumlee gets in trouble when he wears a hat to work.
Rick looks at an 1800s first edition book about the Underground Railroad; a complete set of baseball cards given only to troops during Desert Shield is brought in; Chumlee tries to come up with his own collectible.
Art posters by Shepard Fairey, the same artist who produced the famous President Obama posters; Corey and Chumlee check out a Mork figurine; Rick and Chum try to decide if they are friends or just coworkers.
A piece of original artwork from the 1995 Batman-Spiderman crossover comic comes into the shop; Rick looks at a deadly Revolutionary War halberd; Chum's complaints inspire a casual Friday at the shop.
A Brown Bess musket comes into the shop; Thomas Jefferson's private copy of Jay's Treaty; a smashed guitar from KISS front man Paul Stanley comes by.
A signed handwritten letter from James Monroe comes into the shop; Corey and Chumlee make a move for an authentic promotional Playboy chair; Chumlee tries to remake himself in the image of Hugh Hefner.
A collection of items signed by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt comes into the shop; a valuable photograph of Babe Ruth from his rookie season; Chumlee tries to get money back that he lends to Rick.
A first edition of Oscar Wilde's "The Happy Prince" comes into the shop; a 1972 telegram that rejects Muhammad Ali from fighting in Alaska.
A signed AC/DC album comes into the shop; Rick gets excited over a Beals Model Remington revolver; Rick is looking for new ways to advertise the pawn shop.
Corey is tempted when a 1966 Harley-Davidson rolls into the shop; Rick looks at a collection of 1960s NBC promotional posters; the guys inform Corey that he has a gray hair.
Rick and Chumlee are drawn to an original "Rocky and Bullwinkle Show" sketch; Rick inspects a possible first edition of Richard Nixon's memoirs; Chumlee tries his hand at wheeling and dealing.
A Roman shield movie prop from Cleopatra comes into the shop; a 1922 silver peace dollar rolls in; the guys discuss their generations.
A1957 Harley-Davidson Sportster comes into the shop; Rick looks at a painting of Communist leader Ho Chi Minh; when Chum starts helping himself to things in the shop, the guys try to tell him that taking is not the same as sharing.
A signed, limited-edition copy of "Seven Years in Tibet" enters the shop; Corey and Chumlee yuk it up over a Three Stooges promotional projector; Chumlee seeks new policies to liven up the beginning of the work week.
Corey and Chumlee must decide whether to purchase a Gene Autry guitar; Rick eyes a portrait by Red Skelton; Chumlee wants to sell his shoe collection in the shop.
An autographed book written by master illusionist Harry Houdini arrives in the shop; Corey and Chumlee scope out a vintage x-ray unit; Chumlee takes a vow of silence.
Rick and Corey look at a BSA bike from WWII; Rick and Chumlee find a pair of Roberto Clemente prototype sneakers.
A Civil War-era broadside is brought in; Rick checks out a 1947 fully restored Wurlitzer jukebox; Rick gets frustrated when Chumlee brings a kid into the pawnshop.
A 1907 Saint-Gaudens coin makes its way onto the counters; a vintage pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses owned by President George Bush, Sr. comes in; Rick finds Chum's secret stash in the back.
A guitar signed by bass player Garry Tallent arrives at the shop; Rick examines a replica of a 1964 Peace Dollar; Rick challenges Chum to a paper airplane contest.
A hovercraft zooms into the shop; Corey checks out a set of 1960s The Beatles bobble-heads; a new arcade game gets bought by the shop, and Rick lets the guys plug it in.
Tough negotiations ensue for a first-edition copy of "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea," a 1932 Ford roadster and a valuable Les Paul guitar.
The book "The Big Bonanza" comes into the shop; an ancient Tibetan door comes in; the guys decide to find out who's the better driver when Corey gets a ticket.
A print believed to be from Renaissance master, Raphael; negotiating for a 1970's Ibanez guitar; finding out the contents of Rick's will.
A letter from WWI fighter pilot Eddie Rickenbacker come into the shop; Corey looks at a military swagger stick from 1865.
A medal from British explorer Captain Cook comes into in the shop; Chum checks out a golf putter from the famed 1963 Frank Sinatra Invitational; Chumlee tries to calm Rick down when his stress level hits a new high.
A look back at some of the coolest items Corey and Chumlee have ever seen; a one-of-a-kind Gibson guitar; a set of unopened Star Wars action figures; a pair of pistols.
A nightstick possibly owned by Ulysses S. Grant comes into the shop; a set of vintage skateboard stickers; Chumlee tries to prove that he is a multitasking master.
A 1964 770 Amphicar comes into the shop; a 1939 National Bowling Association Championship Ring; Rick bets Corey and Chum can't go without their cellphones for the day.
A look back at the biggest and most expensive items the Pawn Stars have ever seen; a million dollar car crushing machine dubbed Robosaurus; a cigar box owned by John F. Kennedy himself; a piece of sunken treasure.
Two antique telephones; a unique porcelain bowl made during the Ch'ien-lung dynasty; Chumlee will not leave work even though he doesn't feel well.
A 1969 Gibson Les Paul comes into the shop; A Los Angeles Lakers backpack signed by members of the 2004 team; Corey calls Rick out on an annoying habit.
Corey negotiates for an early 1900s Peerless Harvard dental chair; Rick looks at "Wayne's World" movie memorabilia and gets letters from a secret admirer.
A tree with an 1800s revolver inside it come in to the shop; Chumlee checks out a Renaissance etching by Pietro Facchetti.
A guitar owned by music legend Stephen Stills comes through the door; a 1800s detective's camera comes into the shop.
A mummified falcon finds its way into the shop; an autographed Harlem Globetrotters basketball from 1978 comes in.
A guitar pedal used by Kurt Cobain is brought into the shop; an 1842 Book of Mormon appears to be the most expensive book to ever come through the door.
Lithographs are brought into the shop and they are believed to be from Vincent Van Gogh; a vintage skateboard collection comes in.
A gold and silver Remington Arms gun comes into the shop; a collection of Mr.T dolls come into the store.
A military ID signed by Marilyn Monroe comes into the shop; a customer has a first edition of Beethoven's 6th Symphony.
A cast jacket from "Pulp Fiction" arrives in the shop; opera gloves signed by Hollywood legend Clark Gable are brought in; Rick heads to Las Vegas legend Lonnie Hammargren's home to check out his collection.
A self-portrait from Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood finds its way into the shop; Rick becomes nostalgic when a stack of love letters letters handwritten by Mickey Rooney are mailed in.
Chumlee checks out two classic pinball machines; Rick checks out a carrier pigeon capsule from WWII; Rick takes a ribbing when decides to take up boxing.
Bullet shells from John Dillinger's final robbery get caught in the shop; Rick and Corey attempt to make a drive by deal on a vintage Schwinn Whizzer from 1947.
Rick checks out a signed jersey from San Diego Chargers quarterback Dan Fouts and magician Harry Blackstone's vanishing birdcage; Corey and Chumlee convince Rick to join their fantasy football league.
Rick inspects a painted bedroom door from the childhood home of music icon Jim Morrison; Chumlee looks at a 1988 Legend of Zelda board game; Corey gets a lead on a rare motorcycle collection.
An antique circus calliope; Rick deals for a letter signed by JFK; Rick hangs up a painting that offends the guys.
Rick haggles for an etching by Pablo Picasso; Corey and Chumlee deal for a bat signed by Bo Jackson; Chum is the first to join Rick's new book club.
An early version of "Rip Van Winkle" enters the shop; Corey and Chum deal for a candle shaped like President Nixon's head; the guys take the Old Man to play shuffleboard.
Rick haggles for a moonshine still; a collection of 1940s and '50s autographed postcards; Chumlee is making phone calls during work.
Playboy Club memorabilia comes into the shop; Corey and Chum check out some Murray bicycles; the Old Man goes to the shooting range.
A signed print of Ansel Adams' photograph "Monolith, the Face of Half Dome"; Rick haggles for a 1791 one-cent coin; Corey notices that Rick keeps taking his things.
A Colt Army Model 1860 comes into the shop; Rick barters for a Viking coin; Chumlee tries to get a raise using subliminal messages.
Rick deals for vintage Aerosmith T-shirts; Rick and Corey barter for a U.S. Navy foghorn; Corey checks out a vehicle built to fight off a zombie apocalypse.
A seller claims to have a cover for a thermonuclear warhead; a mandolin from Bob Willis' Texas Playboys; Chumlee tries to find something he's better at than Rick.
Rick negotiates for a 1967 Shelby GT350; Corey and Chumlee debate buying one of the first video game consoles; Chumlee asks Rick to test the new ice cream maker.
A World War II Morse Code reader enters the shop; Rick negotiates for a letter written by John Quincy Adams; Corey takes over Rick's annual Fourth of July barbecue.
An autograph of baseball legend Honus Wagner; Rick barters for a rare first edition of Nabokov's "Lolita"; Chumlee helps set up the shop's new phone system.
Two first editions of "A Christmas Carol" enter the shop; an assortment of tin toys from the early 1900s; Rick deals for a meteorite.
The guys negotiate for memorabilia from undefeated boxer Rocky Marciano; Rick looks at a one-of-a-kind car; Chumlee uses modern technology to tele-presence into work.
Hand-drawn maps from the Normandy invasion enter the shop; Rick negotiates for a coin featuring Roman Emperor Caligula; Rick tries to build a house for his daughter's dog.
A Space 2005 wristwatch enters the shop; Rick checks out a 1964 VW Karmann Ghia; Chumlee accidentally puts rare coins into the store's slot machine.
Rick and Corey check out a "Dukes of Hazzard" toy collection; a pocket watch engraved with Henry Ford II's signature; Chumlee does stand-up comedy.
A painting from Salvador Dali's Divine Comedy series makes it way into the shop; Rick deals for a note signed by Edmund Hillary; the guys debate gift-giving.
Artwork from a famous graffiti artist enters the shop; Chumlee takes on negotiations for a Civil War utility tool; Rick takes his daughter car shopping.
Rick deals for a cigar box which used to belong to JFK; a Civil War-era photograph's authenticity is in question; Rick surprises the staff with a trip.
A first edition of Mark Twain's "A Yankee in King Arthur's Court" enters the shop; a 1953 "Peter Pan" animation; Rick speaks to a college class.
A Ronco pocket fisherman is spotted in the shop, find out if Rick is able to reel in this rod; a Babe Ruth signature glove.
One of Dr. J's supposed game-worn sneakers steps into the shop. Find out if the guys score a slam dunk.
A Henry rifle from the 1800's storms the shop, Find out if Rick hits his mark or miss-fires; Corey encounters a set of dinosaur eggs.
A Confederate children's schoolbook reports to the shop. Find out if the guys get an 'A' in negotiating or if they drop out.
A Confederate children's schoolbook reports to the shop. Find out if the guys get an 'A' in negotiating or if they drop out.
A pair of tickets to the Beatles film, "A Hard Day's Night" is brought in to the shop; an 1850s Indian Peace Medal.
A poker cheating device finds its way into the shop. Find out if the guys cash in their chips and score, or are forced to fold.
A test piece of Howard Hughes' Spruce Goose flies into the shop; pictures of celebrities painted by Stephen Fishwick.
A Monet landscape brushes into the shop and Rick decides what it is actually worth; an old firefighter station is brought in by a customer.
A Bible that belonged to Mickey Mantle throws Corey a curve ball in the shop.
A customer brings in a bible that may have been carried by pony express riders; a R2D2 Pepsi machine rolls into the shop; the guys review Lili's performance.
The guys put the Old Man's driving skills to the test; a guitar that belonged to The Who's bassist strikes a chord with Rick; a customer brings in a Richard Nixon paper.
An Abraham Lincoln campaign poster used in 1864 re-election campaign comes into the shop; Chumlee's feeling like a kid again when a Turbo Man action figure is brought in.
A 1969 Les Paul Professional guitar rocks its way into the shop; Corey and Chumlee spot a 1930s Rolls-Royce hood ornament; the guys notice the Old Man snoozing more than usual.
Rick checks out a 1956 Buick; a Neil Diamond jacket shows up in the shop; the Harrison men get family portraits done.
A letter recovered from the United Flight 736 crash is brought into the shop; Rick examines some nozzles from the Queen Mary ocean liner; Rick finally makes Chum a manager.
A USGA rules of golf book from 1934 is brought into the shop; Rick checks out an organ owned by Steven Tyler; Chumlee and Corey make a little wager.
Corey checks out a Civil War era sword made by Tiffany & Co.; mementos from the USS Chowanoc are brought in; Chumlee misses his chance to retaliate on April Fool's Day.
A medal believed to be a Polish white eagle is brought into the shop; Corey and Chumlee check out a brick from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway; Chumlee makes the perfect home brew.
A signed photograph of Howard Hughes is brought into the shop; a customer brings in a Marlin rifle; Rick purchases an old model train.
Pendants from the first two Super Bowls are brought into the shop; Rick and Corey check out a pair of Igorot spears; the Old Man gets flooded with birthday gifts.
A jacket from the first-ever Pro Bowl is brought into the shop; a 1965 Buick Riviera; St. Patrick's Day in the pawn shop.
A WWII embalming kit is brought into the shop; Corey and Rick get fired up over a pair of Reid knuckle duster pistols; Rick has plans for a new company website.
Rick checks out a German two-handed sword built in the early 1600s; a set of 1933 baseball cards is brought into the shop; Corey's noisy neighbors are keeping him up at night.
Rick falls in love with a tiara that belonged to the wife of President McKinley; a Felix the Cat sparkler toy is brought into the shop; Rick receives a secret package.
Semie Moseley's personal guitar is brought into the shop; the Old Man and Chumlee discover signed photos of Enola Gay; a class of elementary school kids takes a field trip to the shop.
A collection of Viking items is brought into the shop; a Fender Stratocaster played in the studio by Jimi Hendrix; some Viking swords that are over a thousand years old.
Rick checks out a fully restored 1960s VW Samba; a piece of egg art from Sergio Bustamante is brought into the shop; Rick announces a bonus for the employee of the month.
Rick and Corey check out a sword belonging to the Freemasons, Corey and Chumlee play with the idea of scoring a Gibson Master Museum guitar, Chumlee tries to prove he deserves a raise.
Rick and Corey check out a sword belonging to the Freemasons; Corey and Chumlee play with the idea of scoring a Gibson Master Museum guitar; Chumlee tries to prove he deserves a raise.
Rick checks out a rock crawler; a game worn jersey from Bob Hayes is brought in; the guys realize they're getting negative reviews online.
A personal check signed by Babe Ruth; Navy buttons that date back to the Civil War; Rick's back starts acting up and Chum tries to help.
Rick checks out some items signed by actor Dan Haggerty; a piece of a flag carried by Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders; Chumlee buys an old oscillator.
Chumlee checks out a one-of-a-kind Ford Model A; vintage Pinocchio and Donald Duck toys; Rick rushes to make some expensive renovations when the Old Man leaves town.
Rick and the Old Man check out a vintage smoke suit air pump; Corey looks to cash in on a silver certificate when he finds an unexpected error; Chumlee gets hosed when he shows up to work late again.
A ball signed by Walter Payton is brought into the shop; a program from the first Super Bowl; the Old Man gets to decide who has to work the day of the big game.
The guys check out a 19th century Fisk iron casket; a massive Smurf collection; Davey Deals overstays his welcome.
Corey checks out a 1940 Buick said to have been owned by Fidel Castro; Charlie Chaplin's driver's license is brought into the shop; Chum takes a sudden interest in investing.
Rick checks out a medieval mace; Rick and the Old Man check out a set of cap guns from the 1950s; the Old Man sends Corey and Chum on a simple errand that turns into a daylong adventure.
The original contract between The Beatles and their manager is brought in; a Cold War-era high altitude suit; Chumlee tries to inspire another pawn shop employee to change his ways.
Rick checks out a jetpack from the Gemini space program; a Snoopy comic book with a personal drawing from Charles Schulz; Rick's take on a commercial for the pawn shop.
Corey and Chumlee check out a pair of baby Air Jordans signed by Michael Jordan; a medallion once owned by Liberace; Rick uses surveillance video to see how much the staff plays while the boss is away.
The guys check out a motorcycle custom-built for actor James Caan; an Al Hirschfeld lithograph; Chumlee finds a book of trivia.
The guys find an Annual Register from 1776; gambling tokens from Nevada State Prison; Chumlee's laziness hits an all-time high.
The guys check out an original poem handwritten by Marilyn Monroe; a hybrid rocket engine is brought in; Rick's autographed Henry Winkler photo goes missing.
Wanted poster for the famous criminal John Dillinger; Lambretta scooter; a contest for the most steps taken in a week.
Lap desk made by Dr. Samuel Mudd, the desk was made by Mudd while imprisoned for the part he played in Lincoln's assassination; 1959 Spacelander bicycle.
The guys compete in a Christmas card competition; an original puppet from "Creature Shop;" a Lionel train set from the 1920s.
The guys get together for a Christmas barbecue; a debate on the best and worst deals ever made; the guys take a look back at all of the amazing restorations that Rick Dale and Danny have done for the pawn shop.
Corey and Chumlee check out a copy of "Amazing Fantasy 15"; Rick's buddy, Davey Deals, drops by with a samurai sword from the 1500s; Chumlee wants a promotion.
The guys are offered the hat John Wayne wore in "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance;" Chumlee checks out a card playing book from 1866; Corey brings his dog to the shop for the day.
Customized 1951 Harley-Davidson; early 1900s crank organ; the guys attempt to convince Rick that needs a manicure.
Bone saw from the Civil War; a small model for amputating fingers; large piece of kunzite; a trip to the barber shop.
A briefcase once owned by Charles Lindbergh; a prototype combat vehicle produced for the U.S. military; Corey is the tie-breaking vote in a dispute.
Rick and Corey check out a letter written by George Washington; Rick and Lili check out a Bob's Big Boy statue; Chumlee decides to throw a housewarming party at his new house.
Rick and Corey check out a Rolls-Royce once owned by Johnny Cash; a coin from the Byzantine Empire; Chumlee fills in at a friend's hot dog stand.
The guys throw Rick a bachelor party; a rare salesman's copy of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer;" the Old Man schools Lili the intern on Vegas history when some vintage casino chips are brought in.
The guys check out a Cushman scooter allegedly used by paratroopers during WWII; Rick and Corey look at a rubber bullet and shell casing from the Bloody Sunday massacre; the guys send Chumlee to the mint to design a new commemorative coin.
The guys check out a Winchester rifle from the Wounded Knee Massacre; a nickel slot machine from the 1940s is brought in; the guys find a stray dog outside the shop.
Corey and Chumlee try to pull off the perfect duo Halloween costume; Corey checks out a 1933 Plymouth; a guy brings in a 1977 Mattel electronic football game.
The guys check out a painting by Muhammad Ali; Corey and Chumlee eye a Colt Dragoon pistol; the guys hire a consultant to make the shop more efficient.
A big-time car dealer drops by the shop interested in buying the 1924 Dodge; Rick and Corey check out some uniforms owned by a 3-star general in the Soviet Army; Chumlee needs a place to crash.
The guys look at a 1961 Fender Stratocaster used on the 007 theme song; Corey and Chumlee check out a fully customized 2006 Dodge Magnum; Chumlee designs a new uniform shirt for shop employees.
A WWII Enigma machine is brought into the shop; Corey and the Old Man check out a photo of old west gunfighter Doc Holiday; Corey's big-spending ways have him strapped for cash.
A Gibson Super Jumbo guitar once owned by Peggy Eames is brought into the shop; Corey and the Old Man check out a Buck Rogers tin rocket; Chumlee decides to put some graffiti art on the shop's exterior.
The guys look at a coat custom-made for Elvis Presley; Chumlee checks out a Mercedes-Benz golf cart; the guys tease Rick about his bald head.
The guys check out a Shuffle Alley bowling machine; Rick and Corey are offered an official movie prop from "The Godfather;" the Old Man discovers the perfect way to shut Chumlee down.
Rick and Chumlee check out a 1969 Camaro Z28; a first edition baseball scorebook from 1878 is brought into the shop; Corey's wild spending habits earn him a visit with a financial adviser.
The guys check out a collection of sex education records from 1948; Corey and Chumlee check out a blue book from the Las Vegas Sheriff's Department; the shop gets a new intern.
The guys check out a Honda Pilot ATV; a seller brings in a signed photo of the Rolling Stones; Chumlee brings his pet goldfish into the shop.
The guys check out a replica of the iconic Blues Mobile; Corey and Chumlee check out a blueprint of the original electric chair; Rick's desk is falling to pieces.
One-off special in which Rick travels to England to visit the stars of Pawn Stars UK. On his return to Las Vegas, he checks out some rare maps and a 1960s Aston Martin
A 2004 World Series player's ring is brought into the shop; a toy James Bond Aston Martin from the 1960s; the guys get tired of Rick's grumpy behavior.
The guys check out a replica of the proton pack from "Ghostbusters;" a seller brings in an original work by the street artist Banksy; Rick and Corey take their 1951 Steve McQueen Chevy to an auction.
The guys check out an entire sheet of test notes; some poleaxes are brought into the shop; the guys try to give Chumlee a new nickname.
The guys check out a poem written and signed by inventor Nikola Tesla; a pair of wooly chaps is brought into the shop; Chumlee goes on a quest for a famous musician's autograph.
Rick and Corey check out a 1951 Chevy driven by Steve McQueen; a man comes in with a Colt.45 he claims was used to kill Jesse James; Chumlee checks out an Atari Centipede arcade game.
A pair of rifles with double rotating barrels; Corey and Chumlee check out a pair of cleats worn by Yankees legend Bucky Dent; Chumlee breaks the coffee machine.
The guys look at a Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Pennant signed by Frank Sinatra; a replica of the Delorean from "Back to the Future" is brought into the shop; Chumlee keeps losing the shop's keys.
The guys check out a toilet seat from the NASA space shuttle program; Corey's offered a signed copy of "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas;" the Old Man sends Chumlee on some fool's errands.
The guys check out a collection of memorabilia signed by all four members of The Beatles; a family friend pays Corey a visit looking for a deal on a piece of art; the guys decide the Old Man needs a hobby.
The guys check out a first edition copy of "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea;" a collection of signed Metallica memorabilia; Rick starts taking guitar lessons.
A letter signed by Napoleon Bonaparte is brought into the shop; a guy brings in a collection of Las Vegas police badges from the 1940s; an antique pogo stick.
A D. Moore pistol from the Civil War is brought into the shop; the guys check out a signed picture of President Benjamin Harrison; the guys put together a team to compete in a quiz competition.
Corey arrives at work with an injured hand and ankle; an oil painting by Jim Daly is brought into the shop; a guy brings in a custom built Harley Davidson rat bike.
Corey's dog spends the day at the shop; a cavalry sword used by John Wayne in the movie "Rio Grande"; Civil War medical syringe.
Rocky Marciano's punching bags; a Swiss Doxa pocket watch from the 1800s; the Old Man shows off his boxing skills.
A check signed by Aaron Burr; 1960 Chevy Corvair; Corey is determined to pay Chumlee back for a prank.
A gold record signed by the band KISS for 500,000 copies sold; a Confederate pinfire revolver; Corey pranks Chumlee.
Rick checks out a recorded telephone conversation of President John F. Kennedy; an F16 flight suit is brought into the shop; Chumlee tries to secretly record the Old Man yelling at him.
Rick attends rock and roll fantasy camp; Chumlee and the Old Man check out a collection of tin toys from the early 1900s; a tonsillotome is brought into the shop.
Alternative artwork for "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" is brought into the shop; Rick eyes a pair of lithographs by Joan Miró and Marc Chagall; Steve Carell wanders into the shop.
The guys get a chance to own JFK's personal cigar box; a guy pops in with one of the most powerful handguns ever made, a Colt Walker; an Olympic gold medal is brought into the shop.
A guy brings in a Smith carbine from the Civil War; a campaign poster and convention hat from JFK's 1960 presidential campaign; the guys force Corey to watch "Star Wars."
One of the first books ever printed is brought into the shop; a sitar is brought in; an ID card belonging to the late stuntman Evel Kneivel.
The guys look at a 2,000-year-old shekel of Tyre; a pair of engraved Colt pistols from the 1860s; one of Rick's purchases turns out to be stolen.
The guys check out a postcard signed by legendary boxer Jack Johnson; some props from the original "Star Trek" series are brought into the shop; Chum decides he needs his own desk.
Customized 1932 Ford Roaster built with an aftermarket body; a Marilyn Manson Clayton doll; diploma from the 1912 Olympics.
An 1838 Colt Paterson formerly owned by a Civil War colonel; letter written by FDR; Rick's lunch keeps disappearing.
Rick and Chumlee check out a massive collection of Nike shoes; an Arnold & Son longitude watch is brought into the shop; Corey and Chumlee eye a vintage handcuff collection.
Chumlee checks out a gold video game cartridge from the 1990 Nintendo World Championships; Rick and the Old Man eye a set of keys to Al Capone's jail cell; the guys discover that the Old Man is a bit of a hoarder.
The guys check out a collection of sketches from the 1954 Sam Sheppard trial; a baseball signed by the entire 1962 American League All Star team is brought into the shop; Chumlee calls in sick.
The guys check out a Japanese machine gun camera; Chumlee and Corey take a look at some sketches drawn by Spider-Man creator Stan Lee; Rick and the Old Man eye a $1,000 Federal Reserve note from 1918.
The guys check out a hovercraft; Rick and Corey are offered a trading card containing a strand of George Washington's hair; the guys decide it's time for Chumlee to lose weight.
Chumlee and Olivia are offered a sculpture by Salvador Dali; an atlas from 1862; a 1930s pinball machine is brought into the shop.
Dennis Rodman's ex wife drops by; Rick and Chumlee are presented with a jury questionnaire from the O.J. Simpson trial; a BMC pedal tractor from the 1950s is brought in.
The guys check out an original work by Pablo Picasso; a guy comes in with a saddle used by John Wayne in the movie "True Grit;" a scissor katar knife from the 1800s.
The guys check out a Sharps buffalo rifle from the 1870s; Rick is offered an aphorism signed by Mark Twain; some Victorian-era pickle castors are brought in.
A football signed by the 1967 Chicago Bears; Rick and the Old Man duel for a 1925 Gibson banjo; some props from the movie "Child's Play" inspire Chumlee to make a movie.
The guys get ready for their annual Christmas party; Rick and Corey check out a collection of military promotion documents signed by six different U.S. presidents; Corey is offered an Italian movie poster for "Bullitt."
A Christmas dinner menu from Alcatraz is brought into the shop; Rick and the Old Man check out a bomber jacket worn by a member of The Hell Hawks; Chumlee is put in charge of the annual Christmas party.
The guys check out an original painting by Salvador Dali; Chumlee checks out a "Silent Scope" sniper arcade game; Rick and the Old Man check out a French suit of armor.
The guys check out a Kentucky long rifle; a 1700s map depicting California as an island is brought in; Corey's longtime demand to be made a partner in the shop comes to a head.
Rick checks out a Japanese knee mortar; an original signed copy of Wayne Gretzky's NHL contract is brought into the shop; Corey continues to push for a partner's stake in the pawn shop.
A 1950s Pepsi machine is brought into the shop; a guy brings in a copy of John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; the guys challenge each other to a high-stakes game of minigolf.
The guys check out a 1956 Chevy drag racing car; a guy brings in a historic magician's sawing in half box; Corey shocks Rick and the Old Man when he tells them he's considering a job offer from another pawn shop.
Rick and the Old Man are offered a pair of slippers owned by Pope Leo XIII; a guy brings in a driver's license owned by the guitarist of Guns N Roses; the Old Man's 20 cup-a-day coffee habit sparks a family intervention.
Corey buys a samurai sword without getting a second opinion; a one of a kind item from the beaches of D-Day; an early 1900s Oscar Onken Company DeLuxe necktie press.
The guys check out a uniform from the King of England's royal guard; Rick checks out a guitar made from a tortoise shell; a seller brings in an antique BBQ built in the shape of a pig.
Rick and the Old Man look at a 1949 Hudson Commodore; a guy brings in a 2,000-year-old fire starter; Rick is presented with a fossilized mastodon tusk.
A guy brings in a ring believed to have been owned by a Roman Catholic cardinal; a woman comes in with a collection of four antique pistols from the 1800s; Corey and Chumlee check out John Wayne's yearbook.
The guys check out a flag cut straight from a WWI fighter plane; Rick checks out a gun that belonged to Fred Coates; Chumlee gets caught faking his timecard.
The guys check out a Babe Ruth baseball card from his days with the Boston Red Sox; Corey eyes an officer's artillery sword from the War of 1812; Corey and Chumlee are offered a keyboard used by the band Three Dog Night.
The guys head to the annual Sturgis motorcycle rally; the Old Man and Olivia hold down the shop; Rick spots a 1966 Honda CB160 motorcycle.
The guys give Chumlee a customized Harley-Davidson FXR for his 30th birthday; Rick and the Old Man look at a collection of original blueprints from the U.S.S. Maine; a wooden 1940s airplane propeller.
This segment include the best Evel Knievel-related items that have come into the shop; a lithograph and an ID card.
The guys prepare a surprise for Chumlee's 30th birthday; a guy brings in a set of statue molds; Rick and Chumlee look at an Identi-Kit used by police to make eyewitness sketches of criminal suspects.
The guys check out a fork from the wreckage of the Hindenburg; Old Man and Chum are offered a high-caliber Winchester rifle; Rick and the Old Man check out a 1958 Packard Baker.
A book signed by "Shoeless" Joe Jackson; Savage Navy pistol; Moonman statue from the MTV Video Music Awards.
D.B. Cooper currency; a foot soldier's Civil War sword; Tony Curtis paintings; an original newsroom teletype reporting the Kennedy assassination.
A prop taxi from "Free Jack"; a San Francisco Giants uniform owned by Willie Mays; brass hand cannon.
An autographed Dwight D. Eisenhower memoir; Remington new model Army; food bags made for Apollo 11; a 1970 bottle of Pétrus Pomerol wine.
The guys check out a 1968 Ford Mustang GT fastback; a guy brings in an 1858 Smith & Wesson Model 1; a WWII telegraph set.
A World Series ring from the 1995 Atlanta Braves is brought into the shop; a Sho-Bud steel guitar is brought in; a guy brings in an oilcan used for fueling a 19th-century lighthouse lamp.
A guy brings in a Wesson over-and-under pistol; a 19th-century pocket watch is brought into the shop; a collection of Boeing aviation memorabilia is brought in.
The guys are presented with a highly collectible Smith & Wesson gun out there; Chum and the Old Man look at a collection of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" comics; a seller brings in a collection of custom taxidermy pieces.
A Colt Paterson revolver is brought into the shop; the Old Man relives the glory days when a 1955 GMC truck is driven in; a guy brings in an animation cell from "Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales."
A 1918 Buick Touring Car is driven to the shop; Rick and Chumlee encounter a tennis racket signed by tennis legend Arthur Ashe; a guy sneaks in with a set of fake books used to smuggle guns out of Germany after WWII.
An Elvis Presley contract is brought into the shop; Chum and Corey look down the barrel of a rare Winchester rifle; a seller brings in a set of buttons that belonged to the queen of France, Marie Antoinette.
The guys try to discover the origins of a mysterious rifle brought into the shop; Corey and the Old Man are presented with a signed print by Leroy Neiman; a collection of old sports pins.
A book signed by Charles Lindbergh is brought into the shop; a medal commemorating the sinking of the Lusitania; a guy brings in a rare 17th-century Dutch money scale.
Four original paintings by Andy Warhol are brought in; a baseball signed by members of the infamous 1919 Chicago Black Sox; a pair of 10k gold sunglasses is brought in on the night shift.
A 1955 Chevy pickup is brought to the shop; a guy pops in with a Smith & Wesson top break revolver; Rick and the Old Man are presented with a 1950s admiral's telephone from a U.S. Navy ship.
A guy brings in 100 pounds of pure silver; a seller brings in a mysterious book; a collection of movie props from "Batman Forever" is brought into the shop.
The guys experience some family drama when a rifle from the Hatfield-McCoy feud is brought into the shop; a painting by rock and roll artist Denny Dent is brought in; a guy comes in with an inkwell owned by William Andrews Clark.
A seller presents the guys with rare $1 and $5 bills from the 1800s; a Big Bang Cannon is brought in; a memento given to U.S. sailors who sank U-68, Germany's most feared WWII submarine.
The guys are presented with a 1960s Mercedes Unimog; a guy marches in with a sign that hung on the Berlin Wall; a collection of 1980s Garbage Pail Kids trading cards has Chumlee reliving his childhood.
A panel from an SR-71 Blackbird is brought into the shop; a customer brings in a solid bronze 16th-century cannon; a vintage pair of gigantic Levi's jeans.
A rare three-trigger Stevens shotgun is brought into the shop; Corey and Rick are presented with a movie camera used by the U.S. military during WWII; an Abraham Lincoln campaign token comes in on the night shift.
A collection of paper money from the Republic of Texas is brought into the shop; the guys compete in an old vs. new rifle-shooting competition; Rick and the Old Man are presented with a pair of printing plates for a movie poster.
A limousine formerly owned by Jackie Gleason pulls up to the shop; a football signed by the winners of Super Bowl I is brought into the shop; Rick and the Old Man are presented with a commemorative plaque of Mount Rushmore.
An A6 Texan fighter plane is brought into the shop; a 1974 VW Thing cruises by; a guy brings in his collection of Civil War-era cannon balls.
An original program from the very first NFL championship is brought into the shop; Rick is presented with an exploding dye pack of $10 bills; a 1960s Schwinn tandem bike rolls into the shop.
A late 1700s flintlock four-barrel handgun is brought into the shop; Rick and the Old Man are presented with a book of misprinted Eisenhower postage stamps; Rick finds broken merchandise in the warehouse.
An autographed collection of presidential memoirs is brought into the shop; Corey and Chumlee are presented with a toy Robby the Robot; a guy brings in a can of Zoo Doo brand elephant manure.
A $1 bill signed by Clark Gable is brought into the shop; Corey and Chumlee are presented with a rare 1800s Wells Fargo double barrel shotgun; a souvenir from Ulysses S. Grant's funeral makes its way into Rick's hands.
A signet ring that belonged to mob boss Lucky Luciano is brought in; a letter signed by legendary football coach Knute Rockne; Chumlee is presented with a collection of antique Cracker Jack toys.
Original photographs of old west outlaw Jesse James are brought in; Chumlee and the Old Man are presented with a Leslie organ speaker from the 1950s; a guy walks in with a Boy Scout first aid kit from the 1930s.
One of the rarest guns in American history makes its way into the shop; a tire signed by Dale Earnhardt is brought in; Corey and Chumlee are presented with a 1980s hand-held Donkey Kong game.
Some hand-crafted Pinocchio dolls are brought into the shop; a Cy Young baseball card from 1909; a harmonica that once belonged to Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler.
A 1966 Miami Dolphins playbook rushes into the shop; a woman reels in who claims she has unseen footage of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Corey and Chum hit the road to check out a vintage cash register from the 1920s.
The guys set their sights on a rare 1870 Volcanic pistol; a World War II gas mask made for the U.S. Navy is brought up to the counter; an early 1900s life-sized Steiff bear is brought into the shop.
Autographed memoirs from English nobility are brought into the shop; the Old Man and Chumlee are presented with an antique collection of 1950s tin army trucks; a man rolls up with a Sun tune-up tester.
The guys check out a huge collection of minibikes from the 1970s; an early 1900s baseball bat swings into the shop; Rick is presented with a piece of mail flown by Charles Lindbergh.
A poster from one of Jimi Hendrix's final performances; a race suit worn and autographed by Paul Newman roars into the shop; a customer brings in a photo signed by three baseball Hall-of-Famers.
An 1830s musket made by Eli Whitney shoots into the shop; a man brings in a golf ball once owned by President Lyndon B. Johnson; a man comes into the shop with a 1929 Chicago Cubs World Series press pin.
A 1961 Les Paul SG guitar is brought into the shop; Rick and the Old Man are presented with a copy of National Geographic from 1969; Rick brings in a new hire to work the night shift.
A piece of heat shield from Apollo 11 rockets into the shop; Rick is presented with a book written by FBI founder J. Edgar Hoover; a man brings in a WWII pilot's jacket.
The guys are amazed when a first-issue Spider-Man comic book is brought into the shop; a guy moseys in with an antique 1860 Colt Army Pistol; the old man checks out a gold mining stock certificate issued to author Mark Twain.
A pair of WWII bomb fins are brought into the shop; a guy brings in a Martin guitar signed by Crosby, Stills and Nash; the guys continue their daunting search for a new employee to work the night shift.
A guy brings in a Charles Lindbergh doll from the 1920s; a guy brings in an antique poster advertising a sword-swallowing act; a guy comes in with a harmonica that once belonged to Steven Tyler.
A first edition of "Walden" is brought in; 19th-century rope gun; night broker interviews; a 1930s optometry kit.
A triple-barreled firearm blasts its way into the shop; a man drops in with a collection of antique children's toy piggy banks made of cast iron; Rick puts Corey and Chumlee in charge of recruiting a new broker.
The guys check out a 1924 Dodge Brothers sedan; a guy drags in a 19th-century ball and chain; Corey and Chumlee check out a Terminator skill-stop slot machine.
The guys check out an alleged original print by Albrecht Durer; Corey feels like a third wheel when he checks out two trike-style motorcycles in the same day; a guy comes in with a statue of 80's advertising icon Spuds McKenzie.
A guy brings in the original AC motor built by Nikola Tesla; Rick and Corey check out a 1968 VW Bug convertible; Chumlee nearly loses his grip when a pair of Marty McFly high tops levitates into the shop.
A collection from former Attorney General J. Howard McGrath enters the shop; Rick and Chumlee encounter a 1960s U.S. Marines vehicle called a Mighty Mite; the Old Man gets his hands on an electronic horse race analyzer.
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.
A 2003 Lamborghini Murcielago speeds into the shop; a guy brings in a set of Saddam Hussein's fingerprints; Rick and Corey check out a sterling silver Tiffany Walkman originally owned by a member of the rock band The Who.
A man brings in a signed print of Abraham Lincoln; the guys are presented with a turn-of-the-century parade cannon; Corey and the Old Man find a steel mandolin from the 1940s.
A collection of unpublished photos of Jimi Hendrix blasts into the shop; the guys check out two high-performance dune buggies in the same day; Rick and the Old Man check out a rare 1930s Levi's jacket.
The guys check out a 1937 Oldsmobile; a guy comes in with a genuine Olympic torch; the world's smallest pistol pops into the shop.
The guys check out a 2004 Super Bowl ring; a guy brings in a diary written during the Civil War; a poster from the movie "Bullitt" comes roaring into the shop.
The guys radar locks onto an L39 Albatros fighter jet; a guy slides in with a bat and glove signed by Babe Ruth; Rick and the Old Man are presented with a set of antique glass target balls from the 1800s.
19th-century vampire killing kit; equipment used for paranormal investigations, including several tape recorders; costume contest.
A man saddles up to the shop with a 19th century professional gambling set; a guy comes in with the doll version of Snoop Dogg; the guys have an after hours back room poker game.
A customer brings in a drum from the Civil War; a guy comes in with a uniform from the Royal Riders; Chumlee volunteers to cover for Antwaun.
The team checks out a classic 1941 Indian motorcycle; a woman putters into the shop with a golf club once owned by Dean Martin; a seller arrives with a Bugs Bunny poster autographed by Mel Blanc.
The guys set their aim on a World War II bombsight; Corey and the Old Man check out a stock ticker from the 1930s; Chumlee teaches Antwaun about pawning.
A street-legal pirate ship parade float cruises in; a woman drops in with a World War II bomber jacket and flight mission logs; Rick and the Old Man are presented with an antique carriage strong box.
A percussion pistol from the 1830s pops into the shop; a signed copy of Bram Stoker's "Dracula" creeps through the doors; a guy charges in with an Orange Bowl championship ring.
A man brings Robert E. Lee's silver spoon and Ulysses S. Grant's meerschaum pipe; a shoe from the legendary Triple Crown racehorse Secretariat gallops in; a seller strolls in with a vintage metal detector.
The guys are presented with a necklace once owned by Elvis Presley; a guy brings in a collection of over 200 vintage Matchbox cars; a man comes in with a pair of German Pickelhauben helmets from World War I.
A guy brings in a 2000 Porsche Carrera engine that has been recovered from a junkyard; a seller brings in an early-19th-century dueling pistol; a hat once owned by Ronnie Van Zant comes into the shop.
An 1830s percussion musket from West Point marches into the shop; a man soars in with a collection of letters and pilot licenses signed by Orville Wright; a guy brings in an antique slot machine from the 1930's.
The team travels to Utah for a rare shot at a 19th century Hotchkiss Revolving Cannon; an antique Wurlitzer jukebox grooves its way into the shop; a woman comes in hoping to sell her antique medical quackery device.
A piece of marble from Abraham Lincoln's tomb enters the shop; a seller comes in with an antique African sword used for beheadings; a nearly hundred-year-old Charlie Chaplin wind-up doll tramps into the shop.
The guys check out an antique signal cannon from "Magnum P.I."; a lighter and photos from a top-secret 1950's atomic bomb testing program come into the shop; a guy brings in a carload of his signed Star Trek memorabilia.
President Ronald Reagan's high school yearbook comes into the shop; a man comes in hoping to sell some puppets and props from the original "Buffalo Bill Wild West Show;" Rick and the Old Man get a call to check out a vintage phone booth.
A man brings in a Civil War musket once carried by an ancestor wounded in battle; Corey sells an extremely rare movie poster from his personal collection; a rusted-out 1950s atomic missile-themed pedal car squeaks its way into the shop.
The business card of the infamous John Wesley Hardin moseys into the shop; Chumlee has a chance to buy a pristine Gibson mandolin; Rick and the old man tool around with a 1950s Shopsmith woodworking machine.
A seller limps in with a 19th century shotgun disguised as a cane; Rick and Chumlee check out a 1940 Indian Motorcycle once owned Steve McQueen; a book printed by Benjamin Franklin.
The guys prepare a rebuilt 1957 Chevy 150 found by the American Pickers and restored by the American Restoration team for the old man's 70th birthday; a man comes to the shop with a rare 19th century pistol ring.
Chumlee looks at a 1950s Bally's coin-operated kiddie ride; Rick and Corey meet a woman hoping to sell a script from "The Godfather" signed by Al Pacino; a vintage Excelsior accordion chimes its way into the shop.
A document signed by John Hancock is brought into the shop; a guy strums by with a 1934 Rickenbacher frying pan guitar; Rick presents a gift to the Old Man.
A World War I helmet is brought into the shop; Corey and Rick are presented with a gun holster used on "Gunsmoke;" Rick decides the guys could use some exercise and hires them a personal trainer.
The team checks out a classic 1932 Lincoln roadster; a Civil War Confederate belt buckle walks into the shop; a man comes in hoping to sell his first edition copy of Ernest Hemingway's "For Whom the Bell Tolls."
A Civil War cavalry jacket is brought into the shop; a man comes in hoping to sell a limited edition book signed by cowboy legend Will Rogers; Chumlee is forced to work the dreaded triple shift.
The team checks out a Gatling gun; Corey and the Old Man try to hail down a 1915 Ford Model T taxi; Rick gets his hands on an 1863 Sharps rifle.
The team is presented with a John Wilkes Booth wanted poster; a guy buzzes the shop with a fighter pilot's g-suit; Rick is flashed a police badge from 1930s Al Capone-controlled Chicago.
A Harry Houdini straitjacket magically appears in the shop; a guy slides into the shop with a loudspeaker from the former home of the Brooklyn Dodgers--Ebbets Field; a man comes in with a letter written and signed by Helen Keller.
An 1890s Colt.45 peacemaker rides into the shop; Rick meets a man hoping to sell his photos of a Japanese Zero shot-down during World War II--in Alaska; a man brings in Elvis Presley's medical records.
A collection of secret plans from the D-Day invasion comes into the shop; Corey and Chumlee are presented with the head of a rare 1970s toy called Stretch Serpent; a man walks in, hoping to sell a leather football helmet from the 1940s.
The team is presented with a piece of the heat shield from Apollo 13; a seller brings them a classic 1973 Husqvarna Enduro motorcycle; a customer brings in some original artwork from the comic book "Spider Man."
The team checks out a photo album signed by Gen. George S. Patton; Rick and Chumlee come across a pair of jockey boots autographed by Willie Shoemaker; a man comes in hoping to sell a bulletproof vest.
The guys look to buy a 1600s naval blunderbuss; a 1978 GMC Coke-sponsored motor home is for sale; a cheerleader is selling her 1989 Super Bowl ring.
A chair from the U.S. Senate floor rolls through the doors; a guy brings in a signed photo of NASA's Gemini launch; a man races into the shop with a NASCAR driver's suit that once belonged to Ryan Newman.
A customer brings in a Confederate Civil War knife; a 1936 Rolex owned by Bernie Madoff; a 1950s arcade bowling game.
The team looks to buy a missile guidance system; a 1986 Buick Regal; a 1960's Playboy Bunny uniform; a 1980 Rubik's Cube sealed in the original package.
The team prepares for battle when a one-man submarine surfaces at the shop; Rick and Corey are presented with an officer's commission from the Revolutionary War; the guys meet a man hoping to sell his miniature Model T Ford.
The team checks out a rare REO Flying Cloud hot rod from the 1930s; Rick and Corey are presented with a well-known Picasso etching called "Poor Roby;" Rick and Chumlee meet a man trying to sell his pair of miniature gold plated pants.
An autographed photo of Babe Ruth slides into the shop; the guys take a peek at a collection of 400 antique prosthetic eyeballs; Corey and Chumlee are presented with a classic 1970s Evel Knievel pinball machine.
The team has an opportunity to buy the Batmobile; Rick and Chumlee are presented with a mysterious 19th century letter signed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison; a small antique writing desk comes into the shop.
The team is presented with a U.S. postage printing plate from 1862; a guy comes in with a rare recording of a speech given by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made just before his assassination; Rick and Chumlee encounter a Star Wars collector's dream.
The team zooms in on a long lost picture by America's most famous photographer Ansel Adams; Rick and the Old Man meet a guy hoping to sell his Jaguar XJ6; Corey is thrown a 1942 Chicago Bears football autographed by the entire legendary team.
The team comes face-to-face with the fire-breathing, 31-ton mammoth Robosaurus; Rick and Chumlee are presented with a cast iron Uncle Sam coin bank from 1886; a computer meltdown threatens to bring the shop's business to a standstill.
The Pawn Stars are presented with a fully functional 1941 M3 Armored Scout Truck from World War II; Rick and Corey meet a man hoping to sell a check signed by notorious mobster Carlo Gambino; Rick and Chumlee check out a 1987 Apple II GS Computer.
Fabric believed to be from William Henry Harrison's presidential campaign; Corey and Chumlee meet a man hoping to sell his antique arcade claw machine; Chumlee and the Old Man have an opportunity to buy a box of unopened, pre-embargo Cuban cigars.
The guys take aim at an incredibly rare 18th century half-size musket; Rick and the Old Man are presented with a WWII pilot's jacket flown in the legendary P-38 Lightning; a man brings in the first three years of Sports Illustrated magazine.
The Pawn Stars have a chance to buy a 450 year-old book once owned by Sir Isaac Newton; a man walks in with his grandfather's Army jacket from the Spanish American War; Rick and Chumlee check out a collection of John Wayne memorabilia.
The Pawn Stars check out a 1763 Stradivarius violin; Rick and Chumlee meet a man selling life-sized Star Wars figures; Rick and the Old Man check out the World War II airplane's version of GPS, an octant.
A man brings in a detective's case file from the infamous Lindbergh baby kidnapping; Rick and Chumlee stare down the barrel of a 17th century gun believed to be a musketoon; a 1974 Lotus Europa sports car rolls up to the shop.
The Pawn Stars meet a man with a handwritten lost poem from Jimi Hendrix; the guys are presented with a chessboard made with from the wood the Titanic; Rick and Chumlee check out a classic child's pedal car from the 1950s.
The Pawn Stars are presented with handcuffs and leg shackles once owned by Harry Houdini; Vince Lombardi Super Bowl Trophy from the 1999 St. Louis Rams; Corey and Chum come across a collection of comic buttons found inside Pep cereal in the 1940's.
The Pawn Stars look at a collection thought to have belonged to Wyatt Earp; a man brings in a gold medal from the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles; a perfect pair of 19th-century pistols.
The Pawn Stars as they check out a 1962 mobster-style Cadillac Fleetwood limousine; Rick and Chumlee are presented with a collection of 1990s Atlanta Braves championship World Series rings; a man walks into the shop with two vintage pistol lighters.
The guys take aim at a hat believed to have been worn by John Wayne; Rick and Chumlee are presented with an alleged Rembrandt etching; a woman hopes to sell her classic 1950s clapping chimp toy.
The guy sare presented with an Abraham Lincoln campaign ribbon; Chumlee and the Old Man have a chance to buy a 19th-century dynamite detonator; a man comes in with a pair of classic 1990 Air Jordan basketball sneakers.
The Pawn Stars are presented with a letter signed by Winston Churchill; Rick and the Old Man meet a guy hoping to sell a holy relic from the first American Saint Elizabeth Seton; a man brings in a gas fueled remote controlled toy Hummer.
The Pawn Stars stumble upon a custom motorcycle frame; a man brings in a collection of Mazon Creek fossils; Rick and Chumlee visit a man with a classic Vegas blackjack table.
Personal tapes from Sammy Davis Jr; an 18th-century miniature cannon; 1950's Schwinn Phantom Bicycles.
The Pawn Stars encounter a DeLorean sports car; Rick and the Old Man meet a man hoping to sell a letter from President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Rick, Corey and Chumlee have an opportunity to appear on a game show.
The Pawn Stars set their sites on a sharpshooter's Kentucky Long Rifle from the Civil War; Rick and Corey are presented with a very rare G.I. Joe nurse doll from the 1960's; a man comes in looking to sell a set of silver dishes pilfered from Hitler.
The guys have the chance to buy a hockey stick signed by the 1980 Men's Olympic hockey team; a man brings in a 1970 vinyl record of Bob Dylan's self-portrait;Chumlee is given a special assignment.
The Pawn Stars go off-roading as they look to buy a 1973 Jeep CJ5; Rick meets a man hoping to sell several photographs and negatives from the final Apollo Space Program mission; a man walks in hoping to sell an 1861 Double Eagle $20 gold piece.
A seller brings in a competition dragster racecar; Rick and Corey are presented with a Japanese land mine training kit used during World War II; Corey and Chumlee check out a fully restored 1957 Dr. Pepper vending machine.
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy the iconic suit of Kentucky Fried Chicken founder Colonel Sanders; a man brings in a Presidential commission from the only U.S. President to serve two non-consecutive terms.
The guys are presented with a 1969 Buick Skylark; Chumlee and the Old Man look to buy a Civil War field desk complete with captured Confederate documents; Rick is presented with a human shrunken head.
The Pawn Stars reach for the sky when a man walks in with a custom set of 19th century double barrel firearms; an extremely rare unopened bottle of 1921 Dom Perignon; a collection of autographed talking Freddy Krueger dolls.
The team is presented with an antique professional gambler's toolkit; Rick and Corey look to buy rare pieces of 1896 U.S. currency; a man hopes to sell his 1950's radiation detecting geiger counter.
The team is presented with a rare 1776 Massachusetts penny made by Paul Revere; Rick has an opportunity to buy a hand grenade made by an American World War II spy program; Rick and Corey meet a man hoping to sell his 1950s peep show machine.
Someone brings in a flag from one of NASA's final missions to the moon; Rick is presented with an 1861 Civil War Colt musket; Corey and Chumlee meet a guy selling his collection of NFL pins from the first 20 Super Bowls.
The Pawn Stars have a chance to purchase a collection of personal letters from the Kennedy brothers; Rick and Chumlee visit a man hoping to sell an enormous toy collection; the Old Man is presented with vintage Mickey Mouse telephones.
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy an 1875 Remington pistol; Rick and the Old Man meet a man hoping to sell a Civil War bugle; the grandson of a famous Prime Minister comes in with a clock presented to his grandfather by President Nixon.
The guys are presented with a whisky flask from the Civil War, believed to be that of a Confederate spy; Chumlee and the Old Man meet a man hoping to sell his English dueling pistols; Corey has a chance to buy a piece of rock 'n' roll history.
The Pawn Stars meet a guy selling his homemade mortar that fires a very unique brand of ammunition; Rick is handed an extremely rare World War II gas mask; the Old Man has a chance to buy an unused ticket to Muhammad Ali and Floyd Patterson.
The Pawn Stars consider buying a 1939 Allied Forces World War II plane; the Old Man has a chance to buy a munitions receipt from the War of 1812, signed by Andrew Jackson; a man comes in with a pair of life-size western cowboy mannequins.
The Pawn Stars meet a man hoping to sell a several hundred-year old edition of Dante's Inferno; Rick is presented with an antique serpent shaped sword from the Philippines; Corey has a chance to purchase photo rights for Michael Jackson.
The Pawn Stars meet a man hoping to sell a mysterious coin from the 1800s; the boys head out to the farm to see an early 1900s hand-crank corn-shucker; Rick has a chance to buy an antique gaming wheel commonly used in speakeasies.
A gold bar may be from a 1500s shipwreck; a celestial navigation dome from a B29 bomber; mint condition collection of American League baseball field passes.
An engraved whale's tooth may be authentic 19th-century scrimshaw; Civil War-era rifles; a pristine copy of Playboy's first issue.
Top-secret maps and battle plans for Iwo Jima; the Old Man and Chumlee look to buy a 1967 Ford F-100; Corey and Chumlee have the chance to buy an 1860s ore cart.