A model train once owned by Johnny Cash chugs into the shop. Then, Chum gets scrambled when a 1920s chicken incubator clucks on in. Next, Rick checks out a 17th century Tibetan Buddha.
A bat designed by Ty Cobb and autographed by Joe Sewell is brought into the shop. Will Corey think it's a home run or will he send it walking? Then, it's time for Rick to party on when he checks out the queen of movie mobiles, the Wayne's World car!
A 1939 Superman doll flies into the shop. Will Rick save the day and make a deal or will it be his kryptonite? Then, Corey gets electrified when a 1952 Fender Telecaster guitar jams in.
A James Brown suit dances into the shop. Then, it's a game of cat and mouse when Corey and Chum check out an artist proof from the film "Anchors Aweigh." Next, Rick feels exposed when a controversial 1917 Standing Liberty Quarter circulates the shop.
A rare Rolling Stones record spins into the shop. Then, Corey tackles a football used in the first Hall of Fame game. Next, Rick's on guard when three swords from the Napoleonic era charge into the shop.
A banner from the WWII secret airborne division, The Flying Tigers, infiltrates the shop. Will Rick make a covert deal or will the mission be compromised? Then, things get messy when a 1980s Ooze-It toy seeps in.
Corey and Chum check out a water-propelled jetpack. Then, a promissory note from the Mexican-American War tries to secure territory at the shop. And later, a statue of the Hindu god Shiva is brought into the shop.
A David Hasselhoff-signed rescue buoy from the set of "Baywatch" floats in. Then, sparks fly when two flintlock blunderbuss pistols barrel in. Next, Rick and Corey get energized while checking out a six-person solar bike.
A Civil War drum rolls into the shop. Then, an 1834 book with the original rules of baseball is up to bat. Next, things get gnarly when a 1970s skateboard kick-flips in. Then, a corkscrew from the Prohibition era turns the shop into a speakeasy.
A spy pen radio wiretaps the shop. Next, Rick's got a new boss when a Bruce Springsteen tour jacket rocks into the shop. Then, things get choppy when a pair of paintings by motorcycle artist David Mann cruise in.
A rare 1589 book with the instructions for war and fortification guards the shop. Next, Rick checks out an 1840s chess table. Then, a pair of antique door knockers enter the shop. And later, an 1800s experimental rifle holds up the shop.
An 1800s one-horse-open sleigh rides in. Next, a J.H. Rector rifle aims for a deal. Then, things get jolly when unpublished Christmas art from Mad magazine comes down the chimney.
A one-of-a-kind "Star Wars" packaged Boba Fett prototype strides into the shop. Then, an early 1900s Shelby bicycle wheels in. And later, a "Star Wars" used piece of the Death Star docks at the shop.
Be on the lookout with the Pawn Stars when a 1906 Silver Half Dollar that belonged to a passenger on the Titanic sails into the shop. Then, Rick gives direction when a 1936 Zeiss 16mm camera rolls in.
The Pawn Stars witness a limited edition 2014 Hertz Penske GT Mustang race around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Then, a 1600s lobster tail helmet from Oliver Cromwell's army battles its way into the shop.
Ring in the change with Pawn Stars when a 1894 S Barber Dime jangles into the shop. Will Rick call heads on a deal or turn tail and run? Next, a John Belushi autograph lampoons its way in.
Take a shot with the Pawn Stars when an ultra-rare Nepalese Bira gun from the late 1800s cranks its way into the shop. Next, a 1970s Bob Peak TWA mural makes a big impression.
A hand-painted, signed guitar from Def Leppard's Phil Collen rocks into the shop. Then, a pair of sneakers signed by NBA legend LeBron James hit the floor. Next, Rick finds the time to check out a 19th century carriage clock.
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 bolts in. Next, an original Woody Woodpecker oil painting is brought in.
A chair belonging to Abraham Lincoln takes a seat in the shop. Then, barrels fly when Corey and Chum check out a vintage Nintendo Donkey Kong arcade game. Next, a signed Seinfeld script is brought into the shop.
A WWE Hall of Fame ring fights for the title. Next, Corey gets scrappy when he checks out a 1927 Essex Sedan rat rod. Then, Martha Washington brings home the bacon when an 1891 $1 silver certificate circulates into the shop.
An original sketch of the Marine Corps War Memorial sculpts its way into the shop. Next, a Poison platinum disc signed by Bret Michaels rocks in. Then, a Roman oil lamp from the first century lights its way in.
A 44 BC Roman coin with Julius Caesar's portrait presides over the shop. Next, a rare 1960s leather jacket zips in. Then, Corey and Chum hit a streak when plaster casts of Joe DiMaggio's feet steal a base in the shop.
A pair of Duck's Foot pistols sends the guys off to the gun range. Then, a bar of Yellow Kid soap from an 1896 newspaper comic scrubs into the shop. And later, a Victorian-era hand crank device gets geared up for a sale.
A talking Herman Munster doll creeps into the shop. Next, things get amped up when a bass guitar signed by John Entwistle from the "Who" and John Paul Jones from "Led Zeppelin" is brought in. And later, Rick checks out a rare 1867 Proof Shield Nickel.
Ante up with the Pawn Stars when they head out to see a 1980s Sigma Derby horse-racing game. Then, a dollar signed by Walt Disney and Ronald Reagan gets its closeup.
Get a jab in with Pawn Stars when a Civil War general's sword slices into the shop. And later, a 1936 Olympic pin vaults into Rick.
An original Beach Boys surfboard rides into the shop. Rick gets adventurous when a magazine feature penned by Mark Twain turns up.
Two rare G.I. Joe playsets lay siege to the shop. Meanwhile, Corey checks out a 1950s Chinese military motorcycle. Then, a photograph and letter signed by poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow rides in.