Three generations of the Harrison family run a pawnshop in Las Vegas, where colorful customers bring in, objects ranging from the obscure to the truly historic.
The Pawns Stars are knocked out of the park when a drive to L.A. promises Rick a peek at Babe Ruth's "called shot" bat. Corey has a giant jones for a miniature model of Ralph Lauren's Bugatti Type 57SC.
There's an air of betrayal at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop when a super rare ancient Roman Ides of March coin comes into the shop. Meanwhile, Rick gets his paws on an MGM lion brass knocker.
A bust of Marlon Brando has Rick making its owner an offer he can't refuse... or can he? Meanwhile, it's game on with the Pawn Stars when a Donkey Kong penny bank from the early 1980s barrels into the store.
Chumlee is holding out for a superhero when a seller brings in boxes upon boxes of inherited comic books. Meanwhile, Chumlee flips out when an antique pinball machine launches into the store.
The Pawn Stars make calculated moves when some handwritten math by Albert Einstein could multiply their profits.
The Gold & Silver turns into the happiest place on earth when a seller brings in some vintage Disneyland employee costumes.
Rick and Chumlee learn the way of the samurai with a valuable Japanese katana from the 1800s. Then, Rick and Corey get their hands on some Playboy assets in the form of stock certificates.
When a seller with a Bible from the 1500s tries to make a believer out of Corey, his go-to book expert warns him to beware of false profits.
A set of royal British armor has Rick suiting up to strike a bargain. Chumlee's purchase of a U.S. Open custom electric guitar gets no love from Rick. Will Chum be able to net a profit before Rick reaches his break point?
A set of illustrations from Disney's 'Sleeping Beauty' prompt Chum to make a sketchy deal that draws lots of attention. Flashy door handles from one of Las Vegas' first casinos has Rick feeling like he won the jackpot.
A costume signed by "Macho Man" Randy Savage leaves Corey and Chum with a tough decision. And, a half dollar that was supposedly pierced by sharpshooter Annie Oakley finds itself in Rick's crosshair.
The Pawn Stars dive right in with a folding bike used by paratroopers during WWII. Then, a fiddle signed by "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" singer Charlie Daniels puts Rick in a bind.
Rick celebrates the 500th episode of 'Pawn Stars' in our nation's capital. Meanwhile, back at the pawn shop, a flamingo given away at the opening of the 1946 Las Vegas' Pink Flamingo Hotel comes in.
Rick visits the Venetian Hotel to see some illustrations from the classic book, "Where the Wild Things Are." Back at the shop, a collection of ultra-rare Beatles vinyl records sends Chum across the universe.
The first American coin ever made has Rick thinking this is a sale that was mint to be. Corey and Chum see a future for an antique 'Jetsons' cartoon lunchbox that zooms across their counter.
A seller brings in an antique high wheel bike that's off the chain. Meanwhile, Chum gets the sharp end of the stick when he sells one of Rick's prized Japanese katanas to UFC President Dana White.
Rick and Corey are inspired by an anti-war speech signed by Dr. Martin Luther King. A remote-controlled miniature version of a boat from Disney's Jungle Cruise ride has Rick and Chum navigating a tough deal.
Rick tries to snap up an autographed card of President Abraham Lincoln. Meanwhile, Corey and Chum think about offering big bills for a golf driver shaft designed for President Bill Clinton.
A vest made to hold the 14 harmonicas of Blues Traveler frontman John Popper is music to Chum's ears; Popper himself even pops into the shop to give Chum a harmonica lesson.
A top hat and pistol that once belonged to a "Jack the Ripper" suspect are two items that Rick would kill to have. Later, a garden gnome stained glass lamp lights up the pawn shop.
Rick hopes to drive off with a 1984 Ferrari 308. Later, a Vegas Golden Knights hockey jersey signed by goalie Marc-Andre Fleury is brought in and Fleury himself shows up to confirm it's authenticity.
A seller drums up excitement when he brings in his Led Zeppelin vinyl albums. Later, Rick takes a trip to see "The Object," an obelisk-shaped item featured on the cover of Led Zeppelin's "Presence" album.
Rick and Chum grapple with a Batman utility belt toy from the 1960s. Rick continues his hunt for "The Object," an item featured on the cover of Led Zeppelin's "Presence" album, and one shows up for sale.
A seller comes in the shop with a past prop from "Back to the Future, Part II." Later, a British Navy gunpowder bucket, as well as a belt owned by country music legend Merle Haggard is brought in.
Rick is in Washington D.C. to go see one of the first ever Jeeps that was built to use in WWII. Meanwhile, back in Vegas, a pair of knickers that belonged to golfer Payne Stewart swing into the shop.
A seller tries to sweep Rick off of his feet with an ancient kneeling Thepanom statue. Later, Corey tries to convince Rick that a 'Casablanca' movie poster is worth the six figures it would take to buy it.
Rick takes a stab at a sword with an attached pistol from the 1700s. Then, a portrait of legendary film and theater actor John Barrymore takes center stage, but will it perform well with Rick and Chum?
Rick tackles a set of San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl rings. Later, a speargun used to hunt marine life makes a splash with Corey and Rick, but will they notice anything fishy when they test it out?