Chumlee and the Old Man check out a collection of tin toys from the early 1900s. Can they turn this play date into a payday?
Rick checks out a recorded telephone conversation of President John F. Kennedy. Capturing a rare moment in which JFK was angry, can Rick keep this deal on track? Then, the guys are flying high when an F16 flight suit buzzes by the shop.
A seller brings in a gold record signed by the band KISS. Can this rare piece of rock history convince the guys to join the KISS Army? Then, a Confederate pinfire revolver marches into the shop.
A check signed by Aaron Burr comes in the shop. Will Rick try to turn this check into cash, or will a tough negotiation make the seller bounce? Then, Rick and Corey check out a 1960 Chevy Corvair.
The guys check out a pair of punching bags owned by Rocky Marciano. The only champion to go undefeated in his career, can they land a knockout in negotiations? Then, Rick checks out a Swiss Doxa pocket watch from the 1800s.
Corey's pet pooch spends a day at the shop. Then, a guy brings in a cavalry sword used by John Wayne in the movie Rio Grande. And later, a Civil War medical syringe jabs into the shop.
Rick brushes up on contemporary art when an oil painting by Jim Daly comes into the shop. Known for his depictions of classic Americana, will Rick pledge allegiance to this piece? And later, a guy brings in a custom built Harley Davidson rat bike.
A D. Moore pistol from the Civil War shoots into the shop. Owned by an African American Union officer from Louisiana, will Rick charge into this negotiation? Then, the guys check out a signed picture of President Benjamin Harrison.
A letter signed by Napoleon Bonaparte marches into the shop. Then, a guy flashes a collection of Las Vegas police badges from the 1940s. Will Rick and Chum bring them in for questioning? And later, a woman springs an antique pogo stick on Corey.
The guys check out a first edition copy of 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. One of the rarest first editions, can they navigate this monster deal? Then, a collection of signed Metallica memorabilia rocks into the shop.
The guys check out a collection of memorabilia signed by all four members of The Beatles. With a guitar autographed by Paul McCartney himself, can they come together on a price or will the guys let it be?
The guys check out a toilet seat from the NASA Space Shuttle program. Will this deal leave them flush with cash? Then, Corey's offered a signed copy of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
The guys look at a Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Pennant signed by Frank Sinatra. Then, a replica of the Delorean from Back to the Future flies into the shop. Can they accelerate this deal to 88 miles an hour?
The Pawn Stars check out a pair of rifles with double rotating barrels. Designed to give 19th century hunters a second chance, will Rick fire up a quick offer? Then, Corey and Chumlee check out a pair of cleats worn by Yankees legend Bucky Dent.
Rick and Corey check out a Chevy driven by Steve McQueen in his last movie. Will a test drive make Rick feel like the new King of Cool? Then, a man moseys in with a Colt .45 he claims was used to kill Jesse James.
The guys check out a poem written and signed by inventor Nikola Tesla. Famous for his work with electricity, will this piece leave Rick in a state of shock? Then, a pair of wooly chaps rides into the shop.
The guys check out an entire sheet of test notes. Made when the U.S. Mint was testing a new printing press, will they see dollar signs, or is this funny money too hot to touch?
The guys check out a replica of the proton pack from Ghostbusters. Will they give this item a ghost of a chance? Then, a seller brings in an original work by the street artist Banksy. Can Chumlee convince the Old Man that street art is valuable?
A 2004 World Series players ring swings by the shop. The year the Red Sox broke the Curse of the Bambino, will the guys hit this deal over the Green Monster? Then, Chumlee spies a toy James Bond Aston Martin from the 1960s.
Rick takes a trip to England and visits his buddy's pawn shop. Will Rick feel outclassed when he discovers that Regal Pawn owns a piece of the Titanic? Then, back in Las Vegas someone wants to buy Rick's favorite mini-bike, a Rupp Roadster.
The Pawn Stars are on a mission from God when the guys check out a replica of the iconic Blues Mobile from the movie The Blues Brothers. Then, Corey and Chumlee check out a blueprint of the original electric chair from the Illinois State Penitentiary.
The guys check out a Honda Pilot ATV. Will they see a chance to make a profit, or will negotiations get stuck in the mud? Then, Rick and Chumlee give a seller shelter when he brings in a signed photo of the Rolling Stones.
The guys check out a collection of sex education records from 1948. Will Rick discuss the birds and the bees in front of the Old Man? Then, Corey and Chumlee check out a blue book from the Las Vegas Sheriff's Department.
Rick and Chumlee check out a 1969 Camaro Z28. In nearly mint condition, will Rick punch this deal into overdrive? Then, a first edition baseball scorebook from 1878 slides into the shop.
The guys check out a Shuffle Alley bowling machine. A popular bar game from the 1950s, can they keep negotiations out of the gutter? Then, Rick and Corey are offered an official movie prop from The Godfather, but can they refuse it?
The guys eye a coat custom-made for Elvis Presley. Will they get all shook up over this one of a kind piece, or is the seller headed for Heartbreak Hotel? Then, Chumlee checks out a Mercedes-Benz golf cart.
A Gibson Super Jumbo guitar once owned by Peggy Eames comes in the shop. Then, Corey and the Old Man check out a Buck Rogers tin rocket.
A WWII Enigma machine comes in the shop. Used by the Germans to send top-secret messages, can they crack the code to owning this incredibly rare artifact? Then, Corey and the Old Man check out a photo of Old West gunfighter Doc Holiday.
The guys spy a 1961 Fender Stratocaster that was used in many 007 films. Brought in by famed guitarist Vic Flick, will the guys let him lead the negotiation? Then, Corey and Chumlee check out a fully customized 2006 Dodge Magnum.
A big-time car dealer drops by the shop. Interested in buying their 1924 Dodge, will Rick have the negotiation skills to battle this car pro? Then, Rick and Corey check out some uniforms owned by a 3-star general in the Soviet Army.
The guys check out a painting by Muhammad Ali. Known more for his skills in the ring than with a brush, can a knockout artist create knockout art? Then, Corey and Chumlee eye a Colt Dragoon pistol.
Corey and Chumlee try to pull off the perfect duo Halloween costume. Then, when Corey checks out a 1933 Plymouth, the Old Man tries to edge in on the deal. And later, a guy brings in a 1977 Mattel Electronic Football Game.
The guys check out a Winchester rifle from the Wounded Knee Massacre. Then, a nickel slot machine from the 1940s drops by. Is it worth the gamble?
The guys check out a Cushman scooter allegedly used by paratroopers during WWII. Will this negotiation have a soft landing, or spin out of control? Then, Rick and Corey look at a rubber bullet and shell casing from the Bloody Sunday massacre.
A rare salesman's copy of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer comes in the shop. And later, the Old Man schools Lili the intern on Vegas history when some vintage casino chips come into the shop. Is this deal worth going all in?
Rick and Corey check out a Rolls-Royce once owned by the man in black himself, Johnny Cash. Will this deal be a ride in the sky, or end up making them hurt? Then, a coin from the Byzantine Empire lands in the shop.
Rick and Corey check out a letter written by George Washington during the Whiskey Rebellion. Can the guys rally the troops to force a deal? Then, things get larger than life when Rick and Lili check out a Bob's Big Boy statue.
The guys check out a briefcase once owned by Charles Lindbergh. Will they be lucky like Lindy on this deal? Then, Rick and Chumlee look at a prototype combat vehicle produced for the U.S. military.
The guys check out a bone saw from the Civil War. A tiny model for amputating fingers, can the guys cut a deal? Then, Rick's buddy Davey Deals drops by with a large piece of kunzite. Will Rick offer diamond-like prices for this gemstone?
The guys check out a customized 1951 Harley Davidson. Will they try to buy it for the shop or is Corey looking to add to his own collection? Then, a seller brings in a crank organ from the early 1900s. Can they grind out a deal?
The guys are offered the hat John Wayne wore in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Will they negotiate with guns blazing, or send the seller riding off into the sunset? Chumlee puts on his best poker face when he checks out a card playing book from 1866.
Corey and Chumlee check out a copy of Amazing Fantasy #15, featuring the very first appearance of Spider-Man. Will the comic set off Chum's Spidey senses? Then, Rick's buddy Davey Deals drops by with a samurai sword from the 1500s.
The guys compete in a Christmas card competition. With a giant prize on the line, how far will they go for the win? Then, an original puppet from Jim Henson's Creature Shop comes in the shop. Will Rick pulls some strings in order to make a deal?
The guys check out a lap desk made by Dr. Samuel Mudd. Made when Mudd was imprisoned for his role in Lincoln's assassination, can Rick snag it for the shop, or will it make a clean getaway? Then, a 1959 Bowden Spacelander bicycle pedals into the shop.