The guys check out an original poem handwritten by Marilyn Monroe. Will her words leave them speechless? Then, a hybrid rocket engine blasts in. Built into a suitcase as a sales sample, will the asking price for this oddity be sky high?
The guys check out an Annual Register from 1776. Including a printed copy of the Declaration of Independence, will they declare their intention to buy it? Then, Corey checks out a set of gambling tokens from the Nevada State Prison.
The guys check out a motorcycle custom-built for actor James Caan. Will Corey make the seller an offer he can't refuse? Then, an Al Hirschfeld lithograph gets drawn into the shop. The last print made before his death, can they sketch out a deal?
Corey and Chumlee check out a pair of baby Air Jordans signed by Michael Jordan himself. Will these rare shoes be a slam dunk for the shop? Then, Rick and Chumlee face the music when a medallion once owned by Liberace comes in the shop.
Rick checks out a jetpack from the Gemini space program. Used to prove that jetpacks could work in zero gravity, will Rick's offer be out of this world? Then, Chumlee's nuts over a Snoopy comic book with a personal drawing from Charles Schulz.
The original contract between The Beatles and their manager Brian Epstein invades the shop. Can they come together on a deal? Then, a Cold War-era high altitude suit blasts into the shop.
Rick checks out a medieval mace. Will it be a fair fight for this primitive weapon or is he in for a low blow? Then, Rick and the Old Man check out a set of cap guns from the 1950s.
Corey checks out a 1940 Buick said to have been owned by Fidel Castro. Will he jump at the chance to own a piece of the sedan? Then, Rick is silenced when Charlie Chaplin's driver's license cruises into the shop.
The guys check out a 19th century Fisk iron casket. Will this eternal tomb hold Rick's interest or be left for dead? Then, Corey and Chumlee toy with the idea of making an offer on a massive Smurf collection.
A ball signed by Pro Football Hall of Famer Walter Payton spirals into the shop. Then, when a program from the first Super Bowl rushes in, Corey is forced to make a game-time decision.
Rick and the Old Man check out a vintage smoke suit air pump. Missing its most valuable piece, will the guys end up getting burned? Then, Corey looks to cash in on a silver certificate when he finds an unexpected error.
Chumlee checks out a one-of-a-kind Ford Model A. Complete with flamethrowers and a skull stick shift, will he burn a hole in Rick's pocket to score this custom car? Then, vintage Pinocchio and Donald Duck toys wind up in the shop.
Rick checks out some items signed by actor Dan Haggerty. Can this TV icon bear a bargain, or will the asking price be too wild? Then, a piece of flag carried by Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders flies into the shop.
Rick tries to hit a home run with a personal check signed by Babe Ruth. Will he be able to hit it out of the ballpark or strike out swinging? Then, Corey floats the idea of purchasing Navy buttons that date back to the Civil War.
Rick bumps into a vehicle known as a rock crawler. Will he steer this off-roading dream machine home or will negotiations hit rock bottom? Then, Corey does a touchdown dance when a game worn jersey from Bob Hayes gets carried in.
Rick and Corey check out a sword belonging to the Freemasons. Will the guys be able to sneak in an offer or will negotiations get chopped? Then, Corey and Chumlee play with the idea of scoring a Gibson Master Museum guitar.
Rick checks out a fully restored 1960s VW Samba. Featuring a rare 23-window design, will this iconic bus cause him to get bit by the bug? Then, Chum gets scrambled when a piece of egg art from Sergio Bustamante rolls into the shop.
A collection of Viking items float into the shop. Will Rick discover a treasure trove or be steered in the wrong direction? Then, Rick is in rock and roll heaven when a Fender Stratocaster played in the studio by Jimi Hendrix comes up for grabs.
Semie Moseley's personal guitar jams into the shop. Then, the Old Man and Chumlee discover signed photos of the plane that dropped the atomic bomb over Hiroshima.
Rick falls in love with a tiara that belonged to the wife of President McKinley. How far will Rick go to hide his affinity and acquire the First Lady's fancy heirloom? Then, a Felix the Cat sparkler toy pounces into the shop.
Rick checks out a German two-handed sword. Built in the early 1600s, will he execute a deal for this antique weapon or lose his edge? Then, Corey steps up to the plate when a set of 1933 baseball cards slide into the shop.
Rick gets spooked when a WWII embalming kit invades the shop. Will Rick be able to dodge its gruesome history to make a death-defying deal? Then, Corey and Rick get fired up over a pair of Reid knuckle duster pistols.
A jacket from the first-ever Pro Bowl gets thrown into the shop. Will Corey score this piece of football history or will he get sidelined? Then, Rick and Corey have trouble seeing eye-to-eye when a 1965 Buick Riviera cruises in.
Pendants from the first two Super Bowls rush into the shop. Can Rick score the deal of his football dreams or will it be intercepted? Then, Rick and Corey check out a pair of Igorot spears.
A signed photograph of Howard Hughes flies into the shop. Then, Rick takes his best shot when a Marlin rifle triggers his interest.
A medal believed to be a Polish White Eagle soars into the shop. With no time to call an expert, Rick must decide whether to go all in or sit this one out. Then, Corey and Chumlee race to check out a brick from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Corey checks out a Civil War-era sword made by Tiffany. Will he capture the unique weapon or be forced to retreat? Then, the Old Man sails down memory lane with some mementos from his former ship, the USS Chowanoc.
A USGA Rules of Golf book from 1934 putts into the shop. Will Chumlee be able to drive home a piece of golf history or will it turn out to be a bogey? Then, Rick deals with some "sweet emotion" when he checks out an organ owned by Steven Tyler.
A letter recovered from the United Flight 736 crash gets delivered to the shop. Will Corey get the message or will it be returned to sender? Then, Rick examines some nozzles from the Queen Mary ocean liner.
Rick checks out a 1956 Buick. Known as the ultimate family wagon, will he drive home a deal or be stuck in second gear? Then, Rick teaches Corey to be a believer when a Neil Diamond jacket flashes into the shop.
A 1969 Les Paul Professional guitar rocks its way into the shop. Will this classic strike a chord with Rick or will he be left singing a different tune? Then, Corey and Chumlee hit the brakes when they spot a 1930s Rolls-Royce hood ornament.
An Abraham Lincoln campaign poster comes up for grabs. Used in his 1864 re-election campaign during the Civil War, will it cost Rick a pretty penny or will he veto the negotiation? Then, a Turbo Man action figure flies into the shop.
A guitar that belonged to The Who's bassist, John Entwistle, strikes a chord with Rick. Then, Rick and Lili get the presidential treatment when a customer brings in a Richard Nixon paper dress.
A customer brings in a Bible believed to have been carried by Pony Express riders. Then, Corey travels to a galaxy far, far away when a R2D2 Pepsi machine rolls into the shop.
A Bible that belonged to Mickey Mantle throws Corey a curveball. Then, Rick is intrigued when a customer brings in a pen President Lyndon B. Johnson used to sign Medicare into law.
A Monet landscape brushes into the shop. Will the artwork make a bad impression on Rick or will this picture be worth a million dollars? Then, Corey feels the heat when a customer brings in an old firefighter station.
A test piece of Howard Hughes' Spruce Goose flies into the shop. Will Rick and Chumlee take off with a part of this famous aircraft? Then, Rick sees stars when celebrity paintings by artist Stephen Fishwick are brought in.
A poker cheating device finds its way into the shop. Will the guys cash in their chips and score this devilish instrument of deception or be forced to fold? Then, a mysterious suicide ring believed to be from WWII finds its way into Rick's fingers.
A pair of rare tickets to The Beatles film "A Hard Day's Night" buzzes into the shop. Then, an 1850s Indian Peace Medal, given by President Fillmore, lands in the shop.
A Confederate children's schoolbook reports to the shop. Will Rick and Chumlee get an "A" in negotiating or be forced to drop out? Then Corey and Chumlee travel down memory lane when a set of original Cabbage Patch Kids pop in.
One of NBA legend Dr. J's supposed game-worn sneakers steps into the shop. Will the guys score a slam dunk on this item or will it be an air ball? Then, a rare Half Eagle coin from the Civil War flies in. Can the guys land this Eagle or will it fly away?
A Ronco pocket fisherman is spotted in the shop. Will Rick be able to reel in this compact rod or will he have bigger fish to fry? Then, Chumlee is thrown a curveball when a Babe Ruth signature glove steps up to the plate.
A first edition of Mark Twain's "A Yankee in King Arthur's Court" finds itself in the shop. Will Rick make a deal that's one for the books? Then, the guys take a trip to Neverland when a 1953 Peter Pan animation flies in.
Artwork from graffiti sensation Keith Haring comes into the shop. Then, Chumlee gets called to the front lines when a Civil War utility tool charges in. Can he take command of the negotiation or will he be forced to surrender?
Rick negotiates the sale of a cigar box once belonging to JFK. Can he get top dollar or will the deal go up in smoke? Then, a Civil War-era photograph of General Custer arrives in the shop.
A painting from Salvador Dali's Divine Comedy series ascends into the shop. Will this artwork make a surreal impression on Rick or will he brush it off? Then, Rick faces an uphill battle when a note signed by Edmund Hillary treks in.
A Space 2005 wristwatch radio rockets into the shop. Will this device from the Space Race be out of this world or will it crash and burn? Then, Rick tries to make a drive-by deal when he checks out a rare 1964 VW Karmann Ghia.
Hand-drawn maps from the Normandy invasion hit the shop. Can Corey hold the line or will he be forced to surrender? Then, Rick reins in a coin featuring the likeness of Roman Emperor Caligula.
The Pawn Stars square off for memorabilia from undefeated boxing champ Rocky Marciano. Can Corey land a knockout blow or will he end up down for the count? Then, Rick checks out a one-of-a-kind, battery-operated, glow-in-the-dark car.