An autograph of baseball legend Honus Wagner lands in the shop. Will Corey and Chum hit a home run or will this signature be going, going, gone? Then, Rick crushes on a rare, first edition of Nabokov's controversial novel "Lolita."
A WWII Morse Code reader clicks into the shop. Will Rick crack the code to capture this rare item? Then, a customer brings in a letter written by Secretary of State John Quincy Adams, who would later become president.
A legendary 1967 Shelby GT350 speeds into the shop. Will Rick be able to cruise through the negotiation or will it be gone in 60 seconds? Then, Corey and Chumlee play with the idea of buying one of the first video game consoles, a Magnavox Odyssey 200.
A seller claims he has a cover for a thermonuclear warhead. Can Rick successfully defuse the negotiation or will it blow up in his face? Then, Corey swings into action when a mandolin from Bob Wills' Texas Playboys comes into the shop.
A pair of vintage Aerosmith tour shirts jam into the shop. Will Rick feel "Sweet Emotion" for this rock star memorabilia, or will he "Dream On"? Then, Rick and Corey sound the alarm when a U.S. Navy foghorn comes ashore.
A Colt Army Model 1860 shoots into the shop. Will Corey hit the bullseye and claim this Civil War revolver, or will he end up off the mark? Then, Rick sets his sights on a Viking coin.
Rick frames up a signed print of Ansel Adams' famous photograph "Monolith, The Face of Half Dome." Can he successfully capture this rare picture or will he lose his focus? Then, Rick tries to cash in when a 1791 one-cent coin is brought into the shop.
A collection of Playboy Club memorabilia hops into the shop. Will Rick be let in on the iconic collection or will he be left out in the cold? Then, Corey and Chum check out a pair of old Murray bicycles, one of which has never been ridden.
Rick spots an authentic moonshine still. Then, Corey and Chumlee are star struck when a man brings in a huge collection of 1940s and '50s celebrity autographed postcards.
An early, illustrated version of "Rip Van Winkle" is brought into the shop. Then, Corey and Chum encounter a candle in the shape of President Richard Nixon's head.
An etching by Pablo Picasso traces into the shop. Will Rick be able to draw a line under the deal or is the piece just too sketchy? Then, Corey and Chumlee swing for the fences with a bat signed by legendary athlete Bo Jackson.
An antique circus calliope whistles into the shop. Will Rick become the Ringmaster of this musical relic, or is the seller just clowning around? Then, Rick rallies for a letter signed by JFK about the 1963 March on Washington.
A painted bedroom door from the childhood home of The Doors' Jim Morrison lands in the shop. Will this unique canvas light Rick's fire or will it leave him singing the roadhouse blues? Then, Chumlee checks out a 1988 Zelda board game.
A signed jersey from San Diego Chargers quarterback Dan Fouts gets thrown into the shop. Then, Rick tries to learn the trick of the trade when Harry Blackstone's vanishing birdcage appears.
Become a pinball wizard with the Pawn Stars when Chumlee checks out two classic machines. Can he get the high score or will it be game over? Then, Rick wings it when he checks out a carrier pigeon capsule from WWII.
Make a getaway with the Pawn Stars when bullet shells from John Dillinger's last robbery get caught in the shop. Then, Rick and Corey try to make a drive by deal on a vintage Schwinn Whizzer from 1947.
A self-portrait from Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood makes its way into the shop. Then, Rick gets nostalgic when a stack of love letters handwritten by Mickey Rooney are mailed in.
A cast jacket from "Pulp Fiction" dances into the shop. Then, Corey goes solo when opera gloves signed by Hollywood legend Clark Gable are brought in.
A military ID signed by Marilyn Monroe entertains the shop. Will Rick be hypnotized by the rare beauty, or will this scene-stealer's signature be a fake? Then, a customer scales in with a First Edition of Beethoven's 6th Symphony.
A gold and silver Remington Arms gun pops into the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. Then a collection of Mr. T dolls come into the store.
Lithographs believed to be from Vincent van Gogh are brought into the shop. Will this famous artist's work draw Rick in or will he brush it off? Then, Corey and Chumlee relive their childhood when a vintage skateboard collection rolls in.
A guitar pedal used by Kurt Cobain jams into the shop. Will this piece of rock history lead Corey to Nirvana? Then, Rick becomes a believer when an 1842 Book of Mormon looks to be the most expensive book to ever come through his door.
A guitar owned by music legend Stephen Stills strums through the door. Can Rick take the lead in the negotiation or will he end up getting played? Then, Corey tries to stay focused when a 1800s detective's camera comes into the shop.
A mummified falcon creeps into the shop. Is this ancient bird destined to spend eternity with Rick, or will it fly out the door? Then, Rick and Chumlee call a timeout when an autographed Harlem Globetrotters basketball from 1978 bounces in.
An early 1900s Peerless Harvard dental chair rolls into the shop. Can Corey drill into the negotiation or will it be like pulling teeth? Then, Rick gets ready to party on when memorabilia from the 1990s movie "Wayne's World" is brought in.
A tree with an 1800s revolver inside it takes root in the shop. Will Rick think money grows on this tree or will he be barking up the wrong one? Then, Chumlee gets creative when checking out a Renaissance etching by Pietro Facchetti.
A 1969 Gibson Les Paul jams into the shop. Will the asking price be music to Rick's ears, or is the deal too far out of tune? Then, Chum tries to score with a Los Angeles Lakers backpack signed by members of the 2004 team.
Dial in on the Pawn Stars as they check out two antique telephones. Will Corey answer and make the deal solo or will he have to call in some backup? Then, Rick spots a rare porcelain bowl made during the Ch'ien-lung dynasty.
A 1964 770 Amphicar floats into the shop. Will Rick be able to navigate his way to a deal, or will he sink it before it swims? Then, Corey and Chum are on a roll when they check out a 1939 National Bowling Association Championship Ring.
A nightstick believed to be owned by Ulysses S. Grant gets presented to the shop. Will this piece of military memorabilia be a hit or will Rick break off the deal? Then, Corey and Chum roll in to check out a collection of vintage skateboard stickers.
A medal from British explorer Captain Cook lands in the shop. Will this medal be a discovery for Rick, or will the deal end up shipwrecked? Then, Chum hits the green when checking out a golf putter from the famed 1963 Frank Sinatra Invitational.
A letter from WWI fighter pilot Eddie Rickenbacker soars into the shop. Will Rick land this piece of history, or will the deal take a nosedive? Then, Corey takes a look at a military swagger stick from 1865.
A print believed to be from Renaissance master Raphael comes into the shop. Then, Corey gets rocked when a 1970s Ibanez guitar is brought in.
The book "The Big Bonanza" hits the shop. Can Rick find a gold mine or will he only dig up dirt? Then, Rick moves mountains when an ancient Tibetan door comes in.
A hovercraft zooms into the shop. Will Rick and Corey be able to keep the negotiation afloat, or will they let the air out of the deal? Then, Corey checks out a set of 1960s Beatles bobble-heads.
A guitar signed by bass player Garry Tallent strums into the shop. Was Corey "Born to Run" with Bruce Springsteen's bandmate's guitar or will the deal leave him "Dancing in the Dark"? Then, Rick examines a replica of a 1964 Peace Dollar.
A 1907 Saint-Gaudens high-relief coin makes its way onto the counters. Then, Rick gets blindsided when a vintage pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses potentially owned by President George Bush, Sr. gets brought in.
A Civil War-era broadside is brought into the shop. Then, Rick gets his groove on when he checks out a 1947 fully restored Wurlitzer jukebox. Can Rick get the jukebox for a song or will it be a broken record?
A book written and signed by legendary magician Harry Houdini appears in the shop. Will Rick be able to work his magic on a deal or will it vanish right before his eyes? Then, Corey and Chum are in for a shock when they spot a vintage x-ray unit.
Rick and Corey race to check out an unrestored BSA bike from WWII. Will this military motorcycle rev their engines or will the deal stall? Then, Rick and Chumlee step up to the plate when they spot a pair of Roberto Clemente prototype sneakers.
A Gene Autry guitar struts into the shop. Will Corey and Chum pony up the money for the "Singing Cowboy" item, or will the deal be out of tune? Then, Rick starts clowning around when a Red Skelton portrait comes in.
A signed, limited-edition copy of "Seven Years in Tibet" is brought in. Then, things get comedic when Corey and Chumlee check out a Three Stooges promotional projector.
A Roman shield movie prop from "Cleopatra" pops by the shop. Will Rick make an offer fit for a Pharaoh, or will this item end up ancient history? Then, a 1922 silver peace dollar rolls in.