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.
Rick has trouble pricing some World War Two paraphernalia even the Old Man can't identify, a Nintendo-virtual-boy, and life size Star Wars figurines. But he has no trouble pricing a violin that may be a Stradivarius.
Sellers bring in a Gibson Mandolin, an original of the First Acts of Congress, a Breitling wristwatch, a robot and an Airstream trailer. One is worthless but a couple have the potential for real money.
The Pawn Stars run for their lives when they come face-to-face with the fire-breathing, 31-ton mammoth Robosaurus. Will the guys stare down this car-crushing behemoth to make a deal or did they bite off more than they can chew? Then, Rick and Chumlee are presented with a cast iron Uncle Sam coin bank from 1886.
A collection of rock concert posters has Rick raving about the 60's. A collection of glass eyes raises eye brows. But a Babe Ruth photo set off a debate. Big Hoss restores an Evil Knievel pin ball machine much to Chumlee's approval but not Rick and the Old Man.
A missile guidance system makes Rick really nervous as does a Playboy bunny costume. Big Hoss passes on a sweet car but Chumlee isn't ready to give up on it. Then for the wood working enthusiast a customer wants to sell the ultimate antique tool chest.
How many astronaut autographs fit on an Gemini rocket photo? And more to the point, what's it worth? And since it's authentication week let's see if a senator's chair and NASCAR's Ryan Newman memorabilia are real.
The Pawn Stars prepare to be boarded when a customer brings in a 1600's naval blunderbuss. A small weapon thought to be for a child, will this pint-size gun bring an adult-size price or will this deal end up shooting blanks? Then, Rick is presented with the ultimate Coca Cola collectible--a 1978 GMC Coke sponsored motor home.
The Pawn Stars snap to attention as they check out a photo album signed by one of history's greatest military leaders--General George S. Patton. Containing pictures labeled as "classified," can the gang make a strategic advance for these images from World War II or will they be out-maneuvered and forced to retreat?
The Pawn Stars prepare for battle when a collection of secret plans from the WWII D-Day invasion marches into the shop. Will the guys storm the beach for these former top-secret wartime documents or will a ferocious negotiation force them to retreat? Then, Corey and Chumlee are presented with the head of a rare 1970's toy called Stretch Serpent.
The Pawn Stars reach for the sky when an 1890's Colt .45 "peacemaker" rides into the shop. Considered the ultimate cowboy gun, will the guys square off and draw quickly for this collectible classic or will a lack of firepower have them running for cover? Then, Rick meets a man hoping to sell his photos of a Japanese Zero shot down during World War II--in Alaska!
The Pawn Stars take the stage when a Harry Houdini straitjacket magically appears in the shop. Will the guys be tied up with a locked offer or will they narrowly escape with their wallets intact? Then, a guy slides into the shop with a loudspeaker from the former home of the Brooklyn Dodgers--Ebbets Field.
Customers want to sell some items that are unusual even to collectors; a Martin Luther King LP, a recalled Star Wars movie poster with an alternative title and technical errors and an die for the 1862, 24 cent George Washington stamp which gives this episode the alternate title "Going Postal." Rick makes a bad buy which has the rest of the staff on his case.
The Pawn Stars hit the road to check out the forefather of modern machine guns, a Gatling Gun. Introduced during the Civil War, will Rick use all his firepower to secure a deal or will he be outgunned? Then, Corey and the Old Man try to hail down a piece of automotive history, a 1915 Ford Model T taxi.
The Pawn Stars mount up and charge the front lines when a Civil War cavalry jacket advances on the shop. Found among costumes donated to a school theater program, will this rare garment get the leading role or will it get booed off the stage? Then, a man comes in hoping to sell a limited edition book signed by cowboy legend Will Rogers.
Run for cover with the Pawn Stars when a World War I helmet blasts into the shop. The first metal helmet used by U.S. forces, will the guys butt heads to buy this piece or will they dig in for a long negotiation? Then, Corey and Rick are presented with a gun holster used on the long running TV show Gunsmoke.
The Pawn Stars declare their independence when a document signed by John Hancock comes into the shop. Will this famous Founding Father's signature be from the real thing or will they find it's not worth the paper it's written on? Then, a guy strums by with a 1934 Rickenbacher "frying pan" guitar.
Rick buys a midget submarine dirt cheap but the renovation could have the Pawn Shop underwater. Safer to deal in more traditional memorabilia like a Revolutionary war document, a spittoon and an R2D2 cooler.
The Pawn Stars are blown away when a seller limps in with a 19th century shotgun disguised as a cane. Then, Rick and Chumlee race to check out a 1940 Indian Motorcycle once owned by the King of Cool, Steve McQueen. And later, the guys are presented with a book printed by founding father Benjamin Franklin.
The Pawn Stars seek counsel when the business card of the infamous Old Western outlaw turned-lawyer John Wesley Hardin moseys into the shop. Will the guys afford the ransom or will this deal meet its end at high noon?
The Pawn Stars prepare to charge when a man brings in a Civil War musket once carried by an ancestor wounded in battle. Complete with rare documentation. Then, Rick blows a gasket when his son Corey sells an extremely rare movie poster from his personal collection. And later, a rusted-out 1950s atomic missile-themed pedal car squeaks its way into the shop.
The Pawn Stars hope to win by a landslide when President Ronald Reagan's high school yearbook comes into the shop. Complete with a signed letter from The Gipper. Then, a man comes in hoping to sell some puppets and props from the original Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, tied to an obscure performer named Buffalo Ben. And later, Rick and the Old Man get a call to check out a vintage phone booth.
The Pawn Stars fire off to the shooting range to check out an antique signal cannon from the 1980's TV series Magnum P.I. Then, the guys feel the heat when a lighter and photos from a top-secret 1950's atomic bomb testing program come into the shop. And later, a guy beams by the shop with a carload of is signed Star Trek memorabilia.
The Pawn Stars travel to Utah for a rare shot at a 19th century Hotchkiss Revolving Cannon. Then, Corey and Chumlee try to get the party started, when an antique Wurlitzer jukebox grooves its way into the shop. And later, a woman comes in hoping to sell her antique medical quackery device.
The Pawn Stars snap to attention when an 1830's percussion musket from West Point marches into the shop. Then, get ready to take flight when a guy soars in with a collection of letters and pilot licenses signed by the father of flight, Orville Wright. And later, Rick and the Old Man get ready to spend all their nickels when a guy brings in an antique slot machine from the 1930's.
The Pawn Stars are off to the races when a guy brings in a 2000 Porsche Carrera engine that has been recovered from a junkyard. Then, the guys pace themselves for a showdown when a seller brings in an early 19th century dueling pistol. And later, Rick is ready to rock when a hat once owned by Lynyrd Skynyrd front man Ronnie Van Zant comes into the shop.
The Pawn Stars hope to remain civil when a man brings Robert E. Lee's silver spoon and Ulysses S. Grant's meerschaum pipe. Can Rick scoop up these pieces of American history or will the seller just be blowing smoke? Then, Corey and the Old Man place their bets when a shoe from the legendary Triple Crown racehorse Secretariat gallops in. Will this horseshoe prove to be their lucky charm or will the race to the finish line come up short? And later, a seller hopes he has found hidden treasure when he strolls in with a vintage metal detector. Do the guys detect a deal or ...
The Pawn Stars lock and load when a percussion pistol from the 1830s pops into the shop. Then, Corey faces a monstrous challenge when a signed copy of Bram Stoker's "Dracula" creeps through the doors. And later, a guy charges in with an Orange Bowl championship ring from Penn State's undefeated 1973 season.
Look out below when the Pawn Stars set their aim on a World War II era bomb-sight, used by U.S. bombers to direct their big-bang cargo. Then, Corey and the Old Man hope their fortunes will rise when they go check out a stock ticker from the 1930's.And later, when Antwaun the shop security guard shows interest in learning the pawn business, Chumlee agrees to teach him how it's done.
The Pawn Stars get revved up when they check out a classic 1941 Indian motorcycle, a rare version made for military use. Then, a woman putters into the shop with a golf club once owned by the King of Cool himself, Dean Martin. And later, Corey and Chumlee get animated when a seller arrives with a Bugs Bunny poster autographed by the voice of Bugs, Mel Blanc, and the animator Friz Freleng.
The Pawn Stars march to a different beat when a customer presents them with a drum from the Civil War. Then, a guy roars into the shop with a uniform from one of America's first motorcycle clubs, the Royal Riders. And later, when Antwaun the shop security guard has to take some time off, Chumlee volunteers to cover for him.
Come party with the Pawn Stars as they prepare the ultimate gift for the Old Man's 70th birthday, a fully rebuilt 1957 Chevy 150. Then, a man comes to the shop with a rare 19th century pistol ring. And later, a man brings in an unused ticket from one of the most famous performances of all time--the 1966 Beatles concert at Shea Stadium.
The Pawn Stars are presented with a necklace once owned by the King of Rock and Roll himself, Elvis Presley. Then, a guy brings in a collection of over 200 vintage Matchbox cars from the 50's, 60's and 70's.And later, a man comes in with a pair of German Pickelhauben helmets from World War I.
It's a high stakes proposition when a man saddles up to the shop with a 19th century professional gambling set. Then, a man bops in with the doll version of Chumlee's favorite rapper, Snoop Dogg. And later, all bets are off when the guys have an after hours back room poker game.
The Pawn Stars prepare for a dogfight when their radar locks onto an L39 Albatros fighter jet. Then, a guy slides in with a bat and glove signed by Babe Ruth. And later, Rick and the Old Man are presented with a set of antique glass target balls from the 1800's.
Hit the gridiron with the Pawn Stars when they check out a 2004 Super Bowl ring. Then, a guy brings in a diary written by his ancestor during almost every major battle of the Civil War. And later, a poster from the movie Bullitt comes roaring into the shop. Signed by Steve McQueen, Robert Duvall, and Jacqueline Bisset.
Items appraised include a torch from the 1984 Summer Olympics, brought in by the man who ran with it when he was 17; an early 20th century Austrian miniature pinfire pistol; a 1937 Oldsmobile L-37 four-door sedan with suicide doors; and a Mario statue.
Items appraised include a five-speed, custom sand rail, which was awarded to the seller in her divorce; a 1930s Levi's jacket; a collection of unpublished photos of Jimi Hendrix presented by Ron Raffaelli, the Hendrix photographer who took them and kept them in his archives for 40 years; and a 2011 Polaris Razor XP 900 dune buggy. Rick and Corey take the two purchased off-road vehicles to the desert to see which one of them made the better deal.
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?
The Pawn Stars fasten their seat belts when a 2003 Lamborghini Murcielago speeds into the shop. Then, Rick is presented with a true one of a kind, when a guy brings in a set of Saddam Hussein's fingerprints. And later, Rick and Corey check out a sterling silver Tiffany Walkman originally owned by a member of the rock band "The Who.
The Pawn Stars try to stay focused when a limited edition photograph of Albert Einstein comes in the shop. An iconic image from the cover of Time Magazine, if the price goes up, it must come down. Then, Rick and Corey are presented with a collection of confidential documents from the Pentagon. And later, 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. Then, Rick and Chumlee encounter a 1960's U.S. Marines vehicle called a "Mighty Mite." And later, the Old Man is off to the races when he gets his hands on an electronic horse race analyzer.
The Pawn Stars feel a jolt of history when a guy brings in the original AC motor built by Nikola Tesla. Then, Rick and Corey check out a 1968 VW Bug convertible. And later, Chumlee nearly loses his grip when a pair of Marty McFly high tops levitates into the shop.