Batter up with the Pawn Stars when an all-star Dodger's baseball memorabilia bench faces Rick in the bottom of the ninth. Will it be a grand slam sale or will he strike out? Then, a 19th century Hobbs & Co. lock box ...
Rick refurbishes a virtual wreck of a classic off-road motorcycle more because he wants to ride it than resell it. A customer brings in a 300 year old gold coin of questionable authenticity. Then Chumlee is stunned when Rick accepts a first offer.
The Pawn Stars are presented with an engraved whale's tooth believed to be authentic 1800's scrimshaw. Can the gang make a whale of an offer or will it be a fluke? Then, the Old Man sets his sights on a pair of mysterious Civil War era rifles.
A customer wants to sell a bowling ball mortar he built which, of course, needs to be test fired by Chumlee. And that's not the only potential purchase with the potential to explode. But a gas mask for babies really bugs Rick.
Rick checks out a Remington revolver reportedly associated with Teddy Roosevelt. Rick authenticates a US Cavalry bugle that a customer trades for an engagement ring. A customer wants to sell a gift from Richard Nixon.
Customers look to sell a room full of Transformer toys, an "Alice in Wonderland" book illustrated by Salvadore Dali, a collection of Kennedy letters and some Micky Mouse telephones that make for a good practical joke.
Customers offer some questionable items; a hand grenade and a peep show machine. Other items include a tin toy motorcycle, JFK memorabilia and a Paul Revere coin. The items that turn out to be real pay off well.
A customer turns up with a double barreled, double caliber rifle and a double barreled pistol. Other items are battered but may be valuable including a pair of Steve Kaufman paintings, a Martin guitar and a bottle of Dom Perignon champagne.
Chumlee appears on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" but nearly blows the opportunity. Customer bring in a Delorean, a Franklin Roosevelt letter and a 1956 Gibson guitar and are surprised to learn their true value.
Rick checks out cowboy bling in the form of two parade saddles. Customers are looking to sell a variety of vintage toys; a cannon, a teddy bear and a couple Schwinn bikes. Of course the cannon begs to be test fired. Then there's the truck load of Sammy Davis Jr. memorabilia.
Chumlee is charged with getting a remote controlled car running. Rick has a Winston Churchill letter verified. But he is creeped out, not to mention risking eternal damnation, when he considers buying a holy relic of the first American born saint.
A customer brings in a goofy looking, three-wheeled, 1960's, electric car but the Old Man loves it. More surprising, when a customer brings in a pair of Air Jordan's Chumlee turns out to be the expert. Then Rick checks out a classic Victrola
Rick is excited by a collection of Old West memorabilia and a pair of European pistols from the 1800's that start with a low asking price. That gives Big Hoss and Chumlee an excuse for a duel. Other items bought in for sale include an Olympic gold medal, a collection of fishing lure and a Schlitz sign.