The "Cajun Pawn Stars" (Wed., 9 p.m. Et on History) were offered a potentially valuable autograph book on Wednesday night's episode.
Tantalisingly, it also contained Hank Williams' autograph which, if authentic, would be extremely rare and therefore valuable.
The Silver Dollar crew brought in an expert appraiser to assess the autograph and he pronounced it to be genuine. In his opinion, the autograph book was worth an estimated $15,000.
After the pawnbrokers offered him $7,000 for it the owner decided not to sell.
Follow the bargain-hunting on "Cajun Pawn Stars," Wednesdays at 9 p.m. Et on History.
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