List of Pawn Stars episodes

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This is a list of episodes from the reality television series Pawn Stars, which airs on the cable network History.

The descriptions of the items listed in this article reflect those given by their sellers and others in the episodes prior to their appraisal by experts as to their authenticity, unless otherwise noted.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Season premiere Season finale
1[A] 14 July 19, 2009 September 27, 2009
2[A] 32 November 30, 2009 May 2, 2010
3[A] 26 June 7, 2010 November 1, 2010
4[A] 54 December 6, 2010 October 24, 2011
5[A] 58 November 28, 2011 September 3, 2012
6[A] 34 November 5, 2012 March 11, 2013
7[A] 24 May 30, 2013 August 29, 2013
8[A] 92 October 10, 2013 September 25, 2014

Episodes[edit]

  • Series # = Overall episode number
  • Season # = Episode number in a season

Season 1[edit]

Series
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Season
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Title Airdate
1 1 "Boom or Bust" July 19, 2009 (2009-07-19)
Items appraised include an 1890 Hotchkiss gun used during the American Indian Wars that could be worth up to $40,000 if it can be authenticated with a test firing; a replica Roman armor suit brought in by a former casino employee; and a 1.5-ton Knapp table saw whose transportation back to the shop proves challenging. A customer brings in a football signed by Lee Corso and Woody Paige (with the Old Man doing a 'Not so fast my friend' impression of Corso. After the Old Man misidentifies a Carson City silver dollar, he is cajoled into getting an eye exam.
2 2 "Confederate Conundrum" July 19, 2009 (2009-07-19)
Items appraised include an autographed Chuck Berry Fender guitar; a 1861 Civil War cavalry saber whose unsharpened blade gives Rick cause for doubt; a Native American energy totem; and a 1916 National Cash Register. The Old Man and Corey form a bet on Corey's ability to resell a Rolex GMT for more than $4,800 USD that would require either the Old Man to wear Ed Hardy pants to work, or Corey to wear a suit and tie.
3 3 "Sink or Sell" July 26, 2009 (2009-07-26)
Items appraised include an 1849 colt revolver; a rare 1954 Gretsch Guitar whose owner says was used by Robert Duvall in the 1983 film Tender Mercies; a set of three 1967 Salvador Dalí artist's proof woodcut prints; and a 1984 Chris-Craft boat that Corey buys without testing it first, much to his father and grandfather's anger.
4 4 "Knights in Fake Armor?" July 26, 2009 (2009-07-26)
Items appraised include an old tabletop Pac-Man video game; a medieval jousting helmet; and an 1884 Trap Door rifle that the Harrisons test in the hopes that it still fires.
5 5 "Gangsters & Guitars" August 2, 2009 (2009-08-02)
Items appraised include a 1961 Lincoln Continental whose restoration costs may break the shop's investment; a 1942 Gibson L-7 guitar whose owner claims was played for Al Capone on his birthday; Confederate money; and an Atari 2600 home video game console with a collection of game cartridges.
6 6 "Damn Yankees" August 2, 2009 (2009-08-02)
Items appraised include a baseball autographed by the 1951 World Series Champion New York Yankees that needs to be authenticated; a 25-piece Knights of the Round Table chess set cast in pewter; and a 1909 West Point Cadet jacket owned by WWII Lieutenant General Oscar Griswold. After Rick's wife asks him to give his niece, Kirsten, a job at the shop, Rick offers Corey his long-desired raise if he can successfully train her to distinguish a real Rolex watch from a fake one.
7 7 "Brothels & Busses" August 9, 2009 (2009-08-09)
Items appraised include a 1750s blunderbuss gun whose owner needs to buy an engagement ring; a fighter jet ejection seat claimed to be from World War II; a collection of Vegas autographs that once belonged to a brothel owner; and a 1966 Schwinn Sting-Ray bicycle. The Old Man sets up a cuss jar due to habitual swearing on the part of the shop's staff.
8 8 "Time Machines" August 16, 2009 (2009-08-16)
Items appraised include a dilapidated 1950s Coca-Cola machine brought in by Ron Dale (the brother of recurring restoration expert Rick Dale and future castmember of American Restoration); an 18th-century flintlock pistol that needs authentication; and a 1941 Philco Radio.
9 9 "Rope a Dope" August 23, 2009 (2009-08-23)
Items appraised include a 1929 Chopped Ford Coupe; and a calf-roping machine being sold by a cowboy. Rick and Richard are forced to address Peaches' habitual lateness.
10 10 "Rick's Big Bet" August 30, 2009 (2009-08-30)
Items appraised include a 1930s Wayne gas pump that needs to be restored; a 1930s slot machine; and a collection of three German World War II bayonets whose modifications cause concern for Rick. After Corey's knowledge of the shop's inventory is called into question, Rick offers to give him a $2,500 bonus if he passes a quiz or place him on the graveyard shift if he fails.
11 11 "John Hancock's Hancock" September 6, 2009 (2009-09-06)
Items appraised include a framed invoice claimed to have been signed twice by John Hancock; a bullwhip whose owner says was sold to him by a stuntman who used it in one of the Indiana Jones films; and a one-of-a-kind glass katana sword whose owner says he forged it to see if it could be done. The purchase of a stolen item by one of the staff results in a visit by the police and a test given to Corey and Chumlee by Rick.
12 12 "Plane Crazy" September 13, 2009 (2009-09-13)
Items appraised include a 1735 map of Boston; a 2006 Yamaha YZ250 dirt bike; and a 1976 Piper Warrior airplane. After paying $300 for a fake etching, Rick tries to train Chumlee to properly identify real etchings, and gives him a test.
13 13 "Peaches & Pinups" September 20, 2009 (2009-09-20)
Items appraised include a World War II U.S. Army Air Corps uniform; a 1970s Barnett crossbow that hasn't been fired in almost 40 years; a 1929 Remington portable typewriter; and a collection of Playboy magazines that belonged to the seller's husband. Rick tries to sell a couple one of the shop's most prized items, a $10,000 Ormolu clock, aka "The Death Clock". Another customer who collects cufflinks displays a surprising amount of knowledge of the Georg Jensen cufflinks Rick has in the store.
14 14 "Old Man's Gamble" September 27, 2009 (2009-09-27)
Items appraised include a racing suit used in the 2001 film Driven; and a 1914 star note $20 bill, on which Rick needs expert advice; and a 1979 KISS pinball machine. Also, after Corey buys a 1982 Harley Davidson, Chumlee insists he wants to purchase it from the shop himself, though the Old Man is skeptical that he can raise the money.

Season 2[edit]

Series
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Season
#
Title Airdate
15 1 "Fired Up" November 30, 2009 (2009-11-30)
Items appraised include a 17th-century musketoon and a wooden airplane propeller that may have been a gift from Charles Lindbergh. Also, Rick's doctor has informed him that he is suffering from too much stress.
16 2 "Sharks and Cobras" November 30, 2009 (2009-11-30)
Items appraised include a rare 1965 Shelby Cobra racecar bodyframe that requires authentication; a World War II-era chronometer; a collection of megalodon teeth; and a Cobra 1.8 power kite.
17 3 "Old Man's Booty" December 7, 2009 (2009-12-07)
Items appraised include a set of World War I-era trench knives; a locked treasure chest whose contents are unknown; and a police cap stolen from a Russian Militsiya. Rick and Corey secretly take the Old Man's prized 1966 Chrysler Imperial to have it restored as a 50th wedding anniversary gift, though they tell him that they sold it to a customer who wanted to convert it into a lowrider.
18 4 "A Shot and a Shave" December 7, 2009 (2009-12-07)
Items appraised include an 1845 Harpers Ferry musket; a quilt covered with hundreds of celebrity signatures; an ice marker and ATM receipt from McMurdo Station in Antarctica; and a 1950s barber's chair that causes Rick to reminisce of days gone by.
19 5 "Hot Air Buffoon" December 14, 2009 (2009-12-14)
Items appraised include a pair of rare 1925 McKenzie Mitts handcuffs, a bottle of Prohibition-era whisky; and a Gibson Les Paul guitar whose seller claims is from 1960 but whose true date Rick feels is uncertain. To expand the shop's inventory, Corey buys a 2003 Cameron A250 hot air balloon for $38,000, much to the dismay of his father, who requires Corey to consult him first when spending more than $10,000 on an item.
20 6 "Steaks at Stake" December 14, 2009 (2009-12-14)
Items appraised include some Colonial era coat buttons; a collection of Montie Montana memorabilia; an antique comptometer; and a Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa motorcycle. Upset over dwindling profit margins, the Old Man offers a steak dinner and $500 prize to whoever exhibits the highest profit margin by the end of the month.
21 7 "A Christmas Special" December 21, 2009 (2009-12-21)
In this clip episode, as Rick, Corey, and Chumlee prepare to be taken out by a grumpy Richard to a surprise location to celebrate Christmas, they reminisce about the purchases they've made over the course of the past year.
22 8 "Secret Santa" December 21, 2009 (2009-12-21)
The staff engages in a Secret Santa gift exchange. Items appraised include American Revolutionary War-era currency printed by Benjamin Franklin; a battle axe purported to be from the 15th century; and a 1950 ship's camera purported to be from the USS Wisconsin.
23 9 "Pawn Shop Pinot" December 21, 2009 (2009-12-21)
Items appraised include a 16th-century replica signal cannon that makes Rick question if it is truly a replica; a Volvo semi truck used as collateral for a loan; an antique 19th-century demijohn that Chumlee promptly uses to make his own foot-crushed wine; and a 1923 Louis Vuitton trunk.
24 10 "Bikes and Blades" December 27, 2009 (2009-12-27)
Items appraised include a 19th-century miniature reproduction of a 16th-century suit of armor; a 1940 quartermaster's spyglass; a set of V-44 and Mark 1 military knives whose seller says his grandfather smuggled back from World War II; and a customized 1996 Harley Road King motorcycle whose paint job may limit its range of potential customers.
25 11 "Rick's Bad Day" December 27, 2009 (2009-12-27)
Items appraised include a Le Coultre "perpetual motion" Atmos clock; a pair of halberd axes; a prisoner's ball and chain; a fake Ford's Theatre playbill for the night of Abraham Lincoln's assassination; and an antique potty chair. A number of unfortunate events, from bad purchases to multiple mishaps involving destroyed or broken merchandise, make it a bad day for Rick and the others.
26 12 "Wheels" January 18, 2010 (2010-01-18)
Items appraised include a Dutch East India ship's bell supposedly from a 1602 shipwreck; an early-20th-century roulette wheel; a 1970s Indian racing mini motorcycle; and a pair of Scottish daggers whose owner claims are 200 years old.
27 13 "Chum Goes AWOL" January 18, 2010 (2010-01-18)
Items appraised include a 1901 Edison phonograph; an AYT XP 2200 speedboat in need of restoration; a collection of gold demonic figurines painted black; a 1922 antique savings book, and a Binion's playing card vending machine. Chumlee gets sent to the Old Man's house for a simple errand, but takes his time doing it.
28 14 "Shocking Chum" January 25, 2010 (2010-01-25)
Items appraised include a 1948 portable electric shock therapy machine; a bag filled with antique stamps; a Yamaha Rhino; and a clump of silver 1702 rupees discovered as a part of sunken treasure in 1961 by Arthur C. Clarke's team, from the Great Basses wreck.
29 15 "Pezzed Off" January 25, 2010 (2010-01-25)
Items appraised include an 18th-century French double-barrel musket coach gun; a collection of Pez dispensers from the 1960s and 1970s; a 1932-S Washington Quarter; and a U.S. Navy uniform whose time period of origin becomes the point of a bet between Rick and the Old Man.
30 16 "Tattoos and Tantrums" February 1, 2010 (2010-02-01)
Items appraised include an 1888 McClellan saddle purported to have been used by Kevin Costner in the film Dances with Wolves; an 1886 Winchester rifle; and a large, early-20th-century cast-iron sheet metal shear. Corey buys a tattoo kit that he then takes to a tattoo shop to trade for a tattoo, much to the irritation of his father and grandfather.
31 17 "Guns and Rangers" February 1, 2010 (2010-02-01)
Items appraised include a 1997 NASCAR trophy that was presented to Jeff Gordon; antique portraits of Napoleon Bonaparte and Joséphine de Beauharnais; an antique matchlock key gun dating from about the 17th century; an ivory tusk that Rick immediately rejects; and a life-size, fiberglass Power Ranger whose owner refurbished and outfitted with a cell phone charger after finding it in a dumpster.
32 18 "Pinball Wizards" February 8, 2010 (2010-02-08)
Items appraised include a 1973 Bally's "Odds & Evens" pinball machine whose owner presents it, disassembled, to Corey and a surprisingly knowledgeable Chumlee; a 1924 St. Gaudens Double Eagle $20 gold coin; a Segway i2 whose owner wishes to upgrade to an offroad model; a portable gramophone dated between 1931–1944; and a couch shaped like the rear end of a Shelby Cobra.
33 19 "Chopper Gamble" February 8, 2010 (2010-02-08)
Items appraised include a 1768 colonial lottery ticket signed by George Washington; a set of five 1967 Pete Rose baseball cards; a 1992 crashed Schweizer 300C helicopter in need of restoration, whose space needs are a concern for the Old Man; and a pair of antique Plug 8 handcuffs.
34 20 "Spooning Paul Revere" February 15, 2010 (2010-02-15)
Items appraised include a handmade, Anton Schneider cuckoo clock from the 19th century; an antique thermometer from the 19th century that features the Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Réaumur scales; a silver table spoon said to have been made by Paul Revere; and a vintage Kam-Act MK-2 archery bow.
35 21 "Off the Wagon" February 15, 2010 (2010-02-15)
Items appraised include an 1890 Auto Wheel coaster wagon; a Civil War saber believed to have belonged to a Confederate officer; a cast iron, Kelsey Excelsior printing press from the 19th century; and a rare 1942 Saroléa motorcycle that Corey tries to convince Rick can turn a profit if restored.
36 22 "Fortune in Flames" March 1, 2010 (2010-03-01)
Items appraised include a World War I U.S. military flamethrower; a 1963 Volkswagen Baja Bug; and a Manhattan Firearms pepper-box revolver from the mid-19th century. Corey and Chumlee also investigate a gypsy fortune teller machine whose owner is auctioning it off, and refuses to sell it prior to auction.
37 23 "Backroom Brawl" March 1, 2010 (2010-03-01)
Items appraised include a pocket-sized, antique ivory sundial believed to be from the 17th century; an album of original 1963 Jimmy Hoffa photographs; and a 1964 Midway "Rifle Champ" sharpshooting arcade game. Rick and the Old Man's complaints to Corey about the disorganized back room, where thousands of pawned items are kept, leads to the discovery of a bronze, 1986 art deco statue by Erté called La Danseuse (The Dancer), which appears to be valuable.
38 24 "Big Guns" March 8, 2010 (2010-03-08)
Items appraised include a pair of scaled up, World War II model training rifles; a 1965 Gilbert Erector Set; two Soviet launch keys whose owner claims were used to launch ICBMs; a rare, 1920s Gibson banjo ukulele; and a 1940 steel Supermen of America membership ring.
39 25 "Flight of the Chum" March 8, 2010 (2010-03-08)
Items appraised include a Perseus statue by Émile Louis Picault, whose owner says is an 1888 original; a watchmaker's staking kit; a rare, 1950s Las Vegas Club $5 casino chip; a jersey autographed by Lou Gehrig; and a vintage Schweizer SGS 2-33 glider that needs restoration.
40 26 "Bumpy Ride" March 29, 2010 (2010-03-29)
Items appraised include Ronald Dunbar and General Johnson's 1970 Grammy Award for Best Rhythm and Blues Song; a 1930s Coca-Cola salesman's sampler cooler; a 1676 Spanish silver coin; a rickshaw once used by Siegfried and Roy's tiger show; and a 1777 French musket.
41 27 "Helmet Head" April 5, 2010 (2010-04-05)
Items appraised include a 1964 Austin-Healey Sprite; an antique diving helmet authenticated to date from 1865–1870; a collection of fractional currency notes; a Miami Heat 2006 NBA Championship ring; and an antique wooden chest that was purchased at a Miami pirate store, which appears to the Old Man to be rather modern.
42 28 "Bow Legged" April 12, 2010 (2010-04-12)
Items appraised include an 18th-century pegleg; an all-wooden motorcycle; a flintlock pistol and kindjal dagger from the Ottoman Empire; a 2010 Hoyt carbon matrix compound bow, which is said to be the best, strongest, and most expensive bow ever made; and an antique Kalliope Musikwerke music box that Rick estimates to be about 130 years old.
43 29 "Hell Week" April 19, 2010 (2010-04-19)
Items appraised include a 19th-century Fairbanks Morse & Co. coffee grinder; a 1967 The Rat Patrol lunchbox,; a hard-carved, antique Native American tobacco store statue; and an 8mm home movie of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, dated between 1939 and 1945. When the subject of Corey and Chumlee's weight comes up, Rick challenges them to an obstacle course, with the loser required to buy lunch for a week.[1]
44 30 "Zzzzzz" April 25, 2010 (2010-04-25)
Items appraised include an 1884, single-action Colt revolver whose nickel plating concerns Rick; a collection of 26 U.S. Presidential campaign buttons from between the 1860s and the 1960s; a Country Craftsman reproduction of an antique spinning wheel; and a commercial grade, Astra Mega I espresso machine and coffee grinder, which Chumlee wishes to use to address the Old Man's more frequently napping of late.
45 31 "The British Are Coming" April 25, 2010 (2010-04-25)
Items appraised include a rare, 1775 war bond engraved by Paul Revere right after the American Revolutionary War began; a pneumatic-powered, music-playing, 1981 replica of a 1909 fire engine; a 1965 Chevy Impala station wagon whose engine swap and other modifications dissatisfy Rick and the Old Man; and a 1946 Seeburg jukebox that needs extensive restoration.
46 32 "License to Pawn" May 2, 2010 (2010-05-02)
Items appraised include an antique 19th-century Ives toy train set that was found in a 120-year-old house; an 1862 three-cent, George Washington postage stamp encased in a token; a 1980 10th anniversary edition Datsun 280ZX; a copy of the final draft script to the James Bond movie Goldfinger; which the seller says was given to him by his friend, actor Harold Sakata, who played Oddjob in the film; and a 19th-century antique tricycle that Rick thinks is a reproduction.

Season 3[edit]

Series
#
Season
#
Title Airdate
47 1 "Trail Breaker" June 7, 2010 (2010-06-07)
Items appraised include a 1969 Rokon Trail-Breaker 2-wheel drive offroad motorcycle; a 1715 Lima escudo Spanish fleet gold coin; an antique Woody Woodpecker toy; a collection of Muhammad Ali and Layla Ali memorabilia; and a 1963 Zenith Trans-Oceanic Model 3000 shortwave radio.
48 2 "Top Secret" June 7, 2010 (2010-06-07)
Items appraised include a set of maps and battle plans for the Battle of Iwo Jima, whose seller says were taken into that battle by his father, a landing craft operator; a script for the 18th episode of In the Heat of the Night autographed by nine of that series' stars, including Carroll O'Connor; a 1967 Ford F-100 truck that needs work; and a collection of 1860s miner's equipment found in Goldfield, Nevada, the centerpiece of which is a miner's ore cart. A customer also brings in the pipe used by Chris Fowler to break Homer Bush's leg in 1996. But Chumlee doesn't want any part of the item (for obvious reasons).
49 3 "A Whale of a Time" June 14, 2010 (2010-06-14)
Items appraised include the 1953 first issue of Playboy magazine, featuring Marilyn Monroe's nude pictorial; an 1824 whale tooth scrimshaw with a logbook stamp on its bottom; a collection of two antique rifles, one of which is a .54 caliber Burnside carbine gun from the American Civil War, the other of which is a trapdoor gun; a 1943 foxhole lighter; and music manager Buddy Zoloth's address book from the 1960s, which includes phone numbers for a number of his contacts, including Keith Richards, Neil Young, Grace Slick and Elton John.
50 4 "Gold Diggers" June 14, 2010 (2010-06-14)
Items appraised include a gold bar worth about $24,000, which was found in the seller's recently deceased grandmother's house, and may be from an underwater treasure; an astrodome from a B-29 Superfortress; a four-chambered liquor bottle made of hand-blown glass from France; a collection of Kentucky coal miners' scrip coins from the 1920s–1940s; and a collection of American League Baseball field passes dating from 1925 to the 1940s.
51 5 "Aw Shucks!" June 21, 2010 (2010-06-21)
Items appraised include an 80-year-old carnival Big Six wheel; which Rick and the seller spin to come to an agreement on a purchase price; a white metal coin from George Washington's 1799 funeral, with a hole drilled into it that bothers Rick, and whose apparent age worries the Old Man; a flax bow totem from a Native American craftshop in Wyoming; a copy of the early-20th-century Coca-Cola advertisement Drink Coca Cola 5¢ featuring model Hilda Clark; and a hand-cranked corn husker.
52 6 "Deals from Hell" June 21, 2010 (2010-06-21)
Items appraised include a 1901 kris sword from the Philippines with a talisman pommel; three January 1997 photo negatives of Michael Jackson taken during his HIStory World Tour, the rights which the photographer wants to sell; a dome-top trunk from the late 19th century that was bought at a San Francisco yard sale; a copy of Dante's Inferno illustrated by Gustave Doré from the late 19th century; and a wooden duck pull toy from the 1930s that was bought at a yard sale 20 years previously by the seller's mother.
53 7 "Chumlee's Dummies" June 28, 2010 (2010-06-28)
Items appraised include a solar therapy device; a 1939 Stinson Reliant airplane; two Western Novelty dummies whose purchase by the Old Man surprises Rick; a receipt of Andrew Jackson's for eight muskets from the War of 1812, and a signed and numbered print of Peter Lik's photo "Beyond Paradise".
54 8 "Strike, Spare BOOM" June 28, 2010 (2010-06-28)
Items appraised include a bowling ball mortar built by the seller; a 1939 British World War II baby gas mask; an intact ticket for the 1965 Muhammad Ali versus Floyd Patterson fight; an antique spotlight estimated to be from the 1930s; and a collection of 70 antique railroad bonds, estimated by the seller to date from the 1840s.
55 9 "Message in a Bottle" July 5, 2010 (2010-07-05)
Items appraised include an 1850s sterling silver whisky flask that houses a note indicating it belonged to a Confederate banker; The Who's Woodstock contract, signed by Michael Lang, which was bought at a yard sale; an 110-year-old Old Faithful hand-cranked pine washing machine; a set of 19th-century Liverpool-made Williams & Powell duelling pistols estimated to be from the 1850s, whose missing proof marks worry the Old Man; and a framed set of two Cleveland Indians 1948 World Series pennants.
56 10 "Rough Riders" July 5, 2010 (2010-07-05)
Items appraised include a broken Remington six-shot revolver that is fourth in a series of four, of which Teddy Roosevelt owned two, whose seller claims belonged to an ancestor general in the Honduran Army that rode with Roosevelt; a 1930s John Deere Model A tractor; a set of 12 frosted glass Disney figurines said to be from an aborted European Disney park; a Romstar "Jump Shot" basketball arcade game; an 1850s British-style bugle bought at an estate sale that appears to have belonged to the 7th Cavalry, Company A; and a Bulova Accutron Spaceview Movement gift clock, given to Israel Foreign Minister Yigal Allon by Richard Nixon, whose seller is Allon's grandson.
57 11 "Phoning It In" July 12, 2010 (2010-07-12)
Items appraised include three personal letters by John, Robert and Edward Kennedy to the seller's aunt; a Coca Cola airline ice chest dating from 1948–1952; a copy of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland illustrated by Salvador Dalí; a collection of over 1,000 Transformers toys; a collection of five vintage Mickey Mouse rotary telephones; and an 85-year-old antique razor made in Solingen, Germany that was bought at an estate sale, whose ivory handle turns out to be made of celluloid.
58 12 "Moon Walking" July 12, 2010 (2010-07-12)
Items appraised include an Apollo 16 mission flag autographed by all three mission astronauts; an 1861 American Civil War .58 caliber Colt Special rifle musket that was won by the seller in a poker game; a gumball machine styled as a chicken that lays eggs; two pieces of Li'l Abner and Dick Tracy original comic strip art signed by creators Al Capp and Chester Gould, whose seller was an employee of the New York Daily News art department in the 1960s; and a collection of 20 NFL collector pins from the first 20 Super Bowls made by Coca Cola, that was found in the garage of the seller's recently-deceased uncle.
59 13 "Peeping Pawn" August 16, 2010 (2010-08-16)
Items appraised include a World War II impact detonation grenade made by Eastman Kodak for the Office of Strategic Services, which was bought for $5 by a part-time employee of the store; a late 1950s "School for Young Ladies" peep show machine; a 1958 Harley-Davidson toy motorcycle made by Masudaya Modern Toys, whose seller's mother needs money for eye surgery; a Select-O-Vend penny candy machine estimated to be from the 1940s or 1950s; a rare, 1776 Massachusetts Pine Tree Cent penny made by Paul Revere, whose seller says is one of only two in existence; and a collection of John F. Kennedy memorabilia whose pieces are in varied condition.
60 14 "Ace in the Hole" August 16, 2010 (2010-08-16)
Items appraised include a collection of three rare 1896 Educational Series Silver Certificates purchased at an auction for $7,500; a collection of July 1898 photos taken at Camp Cuba Libra outside Jacksonville, Florida, which includes a shot of General Robert E. Lee's nephew, Major General Fitzhugh Lee, Commander of the 7th Army Corps, purchased 20 years previously by the seller at an estate sale; a late-19th-century professional gambler's toolkit, also purchased 20 years previously, which belonged to gambler J.D. Borthwick, and includes a set of weapons in the bottom compartment, including a Colt Model 1862 revolver and a Joseph Allen & Sons bowie knife; a 1950s Oremaster Long-Ranger Geiger counter; and an early-20th-century Wee Wheelers kick scooter purchased at an estate sale.
61 15 "Double Trouble" September 6, 2010 (2010-09-06)
Items appraised include an 1830s–1850s .34 caliber, double-barreled rifle with both a smooth and a rifled barrel, brought to the shop along with an 1840s, possibly .42 caliber percussion pistol; proofs of two paintings by Andy Warhol protégé Steve Kaufman, whose ripped edges concern Rick; a 1930s four string acoustic Martin Guitar brought in by singer Jeremy McKinnon of A Day to Remember; a collection of two Freddy Krueger dolls signed by actor Robert Englund, who played the character; and an unopened bottle of vintage 1921 Dom Perignon, which Rick believes was stored incorrectly, ruining its contents.
62 16 "Getting a Head" September 6, 2010 (2010-09-06)
Items appraised include a shrunken human head from the Amazon that Rick thinks is a fake; a black widow brooch that Rick identifies as Fabergé, much to the seller's surprise; a 1969 Buick Skylark in need of restoration that the seller found behind a grocery store before buying it from the owner; a U.S. Civil War field desk filled with period documents, whose seller claims to be the great, great grandson of its original owner, the captain of the 10th Indiana Volunteers, Company C; and a 1902 Queen Paula Sears pump organ. This episode was dedicated to the memory of Leonard Shafer, who appeared in one episode.
63 17 "Cornering the Colonel" September 13, 2010 (2010-09-13)
Items appraised include a copy of the Beatles album Yesterday and Today with the infamous "Butcher Cover"; a large, World War II American Garrison Flag displaying 48 stars; a pre-1900, German-made, watchmaker's screw refinishing tool that belonged to the seller's watchmaker father; the last suit given to Colonel Harlan Sanders under his contract with KFC, which was found by the seller in a house that belonged to Sanders; the commission document, signed by United States President Grover Cleveland, with which he appointed William Lochren Commissioner of Pensions; and a 1981 Zamperla "K.O. PunchBall" arcade punching bag game.
64 18 "Ready, Set, Pawn" September 13, 2010 (2010-09-13)
Items appraised include a 1970s custom-made, Super Comp drag racing car, with trailer, that needs restoration to be recertified; a 1945 Japanese Set #2 land mine training kit that belonged to the seller's veteran father; an 1883 high-wheel bicycle, whose parts the Old Man feels are far more modern than the 19th century; and a Howdy Doody paper doll Wonder Bread advertisement estimated by the Old Man to be from the 1950s. Chumlee pesters Rick to have the shop print business cards for him, though he is forced to adapt when he sees how Corey wrote his name on them.
65 19 "The Eagle Has Landed" September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20)
Items appraised include a gutted 1920 Prohibition-era antique slot machine from Colorado a 1973 Jeep CJ5 that needs restoration; an 1861 Double Eagle $20 gold coin brought in by a bail bondsman whose missing client gave it to him as collateral; and a collection of photographs and positives from the Apollo 17 moon landing mission.
66 20 "Like a Rolling Chum" September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20)
Items appraised include a hockey stick signed by members of the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" United States Olympic men's hockey team; an original 1970s vinyl LP of Bob Dylan's album, Self Portrait, which Chumlee is tasked to get autographed by Dylan, who is performing in town; a 1997 Fleetwood Discovery motorhome; and a huge collection of 1950s cowboy toys that includes various memorabilia of The Lone Ranger and Bat Masterson. Bob Dylan has a cameo appearance.
67 21 "Hello Nurse" October 18, 2010 (2010-10-18)
Items appraised include a Civil War-era Kentucky long rifle; a silver plate and bowl whose seller says was stolen from Adolf Hitler's summer home by his great uncle during World War II; an 1899 Irish blackthorne walking stick; a rare, 1967 G.I. Joe nurse action doll; and a 1950s-era Marketeer golf cart in poor condition. Irritated over the poor performance of the night shift, Rick assigns Corey to temporarily work the night shift to retrain the employees, much to Corey's displeasure.
68 22 "Chumdog Millionaire" October 18, 2010 (2010-10-18)
Items appraised include a 1956 ES 225-T Gibson guitar; a 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 sports car; and a letter from Franklin D. Roosevelt, sent to the seller's grandfather. Rick, Corey and Chumlee learn they will appear on the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. Meredith Vieira makes a cameo appearance in a dream sequence experienced by Chumlee.
69 23 "Gone With the Schwinn" October 25, 2010 (2010-10-25)
Items appraised include a pair of ornate, hand-etched parade saddles; a 60-year-old Steiff teddy bear; an 18th-century bronze miniature cannon, purchased at a garage sale, that was used for instruction in the use of its larger counterparts; a pair of Schwinn Phantom bicycles from the 1950s; and a collection of 58 boxes, each containing about 60 video tapes of various TV shows and movies plus audio cassettes, that belonged to Sammy Davis, Jr..
70 24 "Bare Bones" October 25, 2010 (2010-10-25)
Items appraised include a collection of 290 million-year-old Mazon Creek fossils of spiders and ferns; a blackjack table from the Stardust Casino; a pair of metal Coca-Cola signs from the 1950s; and a custom Down and Dirty motorcycle frame. When Rick and the Old Man learn that Corey paid a total of $18,000 to buy the frame and build a motorcycle from it, they give Corey, who entertains the notion of purchasing it himself, an ultimatum.
71 25 "Never Surrender" November 1, 2010 (2010-11-01)
Items appraised include a letter by Winston Churchill to U.S. Major General Mark Clark; a radio controlled, gas-powered toy Hummer that Chumlee wants to repair; an antique barber pole made between the late 19th century and the early 20th century made of cast iron and blown stained glass; a 1938 Frigidaire refrigerator; and a Catholic relic from Saint Elizabeth Seton with documentation in Latin.
72 26 "Honest Abe" November 1, 2010 (2010-11-01)
Items appraised include a silk Abraham Lincoln campaign ribbon from the 1860 U.S. Presidential election; a working 19th-century dynamite detonator; a mid-1960s B&Z Electra-King electric car; a pair of mint condition 1990 Air Jordan V basketball sneakers, (about which Chumlee displays a surprising amount of knowledge); a pre-WWII German Tippco toy army truck; and a 1913 Victrola phonograph.

Season 4[edit]

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73 1[2] "Monkey Business" December 6, 2010 (2010-12-06)
Items appraised include a 1944 Carlisle & Finch Navy spotlight; a hat claimed to have been worn by John Wayne in either Rio Grande or Rio Lobo; a Rembrandt etching whose seller bought it at a garage sale for $10; a 1930s Baldwin Howard grand piano; a 1950s Musical Jolly Chimp clapping cymbal toy; and a Yankees Stadium bleacher seat whose seller claims was taken from the stadium during the 1977 World Series.
74 2 "Packing Heat" December 13, 2010 (2010-12-13)
Items appraised include a 1950s, battery-operated bacon-cooking pig chef toy made by Yonezawa; a collection of 1990s Atlanta Braves championship and World Series rings; a 1962 Cadillac Fleetwood limousine; a pair of antique pistol lighters; and a pair of 1860 hand-stitched political dolls depicting Abraham Lincoln and a slave, which were made to be burned in effigy by pre-Civil War, pro-slavery advocates. The Oak Ridge Boys (the Old Man's favorite band) make a cameo appearance.
75 3 "Luck of the Draw" January 17, 2011 (2011-01-17)
Items appraised include a pair of 19th-century pistols; a collection of items that belonged to Wyatt Earp, as well as some photos of Earp and Bat Masterson; a collection of fishing lures; an antique television; a Schlitz beer lamp; and a gold medal from the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.
76 4 "Houdini's Handcuffs" January 17, 2011 (2011-01-17)
Items appraised include handcuffs and leg shackles that belonged to Harry Houdini; a St. Louis Rams Vince Lombardi Trophy from the 2000 Super Bowl; a collection of 1940s comic buttons from Pep Cereal; a 1970s Slingerland jazz drum set; and a Prohibition-era cocktail shaker.
77 5 "Pedal to the Medal" January 24, 2011 (2011-01-24)
Items appraised include a 1950s child's pedal car; a chessboard made with wood from the Titanic; a 1978 Superman record player; a poem handwritten by Jimi Hendrix; and a sealed can of "Can Can" brand canned pearls that Rick wishes to open in order to inspect the contents.
78 6 "Case Closed" January 24, 2011 (2011-01-24)
Items appraised include a 17th-century musketoon; a 1974 Lotus Europa sports car; a case file from the Lindbergh baby kidnapping that belonged to Leon Hoage; a private investigator hired by Charles Lindbergh; and a mid-1970s Lasonic boom box.
79 7 "Darth Pawn" January 31, 2011 (2011-01-31)
Items appraised include a 1930s Bendix A7 World War II aircraft octant; a 1995 Nintendo Virtual Boy video game console; an 1880s doctor's buggy whose seller purchased it on the Internet; two life-sized Star Wars figures of Jar Jar Binks and Darth Maul; and a 1763 Stradivarius violin whose seller says was found in a cedar chest in his newly-purchased house, but which Rick thinks is a copy. But the seller wants $1 million for it.
80 8 "Put Up Your Dukes" January 31, 2011 (2011-01-31)
Items appraised include a book published in 1546 by Georgius Agricola that was once owned by Isaac Newton; an Army jacket from the Spanish-American War whose seller claims belonged to his grandfather (much to the Harrisons' skepticism); and a 32-year-old, 80-piece collection of John Wayne memorabilia. After buying the Newton book, Rick notices some notes written in it that may be Newton's actual handwriting.
81 9 "Pawn Illustrated" February 7, 2011 (2011-02-07)
Items appraised include a collection of World War II aviator gear, including a P-38 flight jacket, hat and survival kit; a 48-year-old canister of National Biscuit Company fallout shelter survival crackers; a child's half-scale flintlock musket dated to the 1770s–1780s; a collection of Sahara Casino baccarat chips; and a collection of the first year of issues of Sports Illustrated.
82 10 "Striking a Chord" February 7, 2011 (2011-02-07)
Items appraised include a first Acts of Congress book signed by James Smith that was discovered in an old house; a Breitling emergency watch; an A-series 1907 Gibson mandolin Rick thinks might have been made by Lloyd Loar; a 1973 Airstream trailer; and a 1983 RB Robotics 5X home robot that was purchased at a flea market.
83 11 "Harrison for President" February 14, 2011 (2011-02-14)
Items appraised include an antique Pepsi cooler circa 1939-1950 that needs full restoration; a functional antique Mutoscope arcade claw machine; a political textile sporting the likeness of someone Rick thinks might be William Henry Harrison, but who turns out to be Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette; a sealed box of 1940s pre-embargo Cuban cigars found by the seller in his father's old war chest; and a picture book from the 1936 Summer Olympics, and one of the gold medallions that was given to German soldiers at the time.
84 12 "Wise Guys" February 14, 2011 (2011-02-14)
Items appraised include an armored 1941 armored M3 Scout Car; a check signed by mobster Carlo Gambino; a 1988 Apple IIGS computer; an 1880 Newfoundland 2 dollar coin and a 1937 Little Orphan Annie decoder pin.
85 13 "Robosaurus" March 21, 2011 (2011-03-21)
Items appraised include an 1886 cast-iron Uncle Sam mechanical coin bank; the fire-breathing Robosaurus monster truck; a $1 fold-over error note from the 1960s; and an antique Hohner harmonica. When the shop's computer system crashes, the Old Man becomes irate with Corey's inability to hand-write receipts.
86 14 "Ah, Shoot!" March 21, 2011 (2011-03-21)
Items appraised include an Ansel Adams print; a 1987 Jaguar XJ6 that the Old Man takes a liking to; a 1942 Chicago Bears football autographed by the entire team; a copy of the November 3, 1948 edition of the Chicago Tribune, which featured the infamous "Dewey Defeats Truman" headline; and two 1934 $500 bill and $1,000 notes.
87 15 "Going Postal" March 28, 2011 (2011-03-28)
Items appraised include an 1862 U.S. postage printing plate for a George Washington 24 cent stamp; a recalled poster for the 1983 film Star Wars: Return of the Jedi; a 1960s Alvin marionette; an LP record album of a March 16, 1968 speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., made less than three weeks before his assassination; and a Sioux Indian youth vest, which Rick makes a grave mistake in purchasing.
88 16 "Chummobile" March 28, 2011 (2011-03-28)
Items appraised include a writing desk that incorporates a gun, which appears to be from the 1890s–1910s; a replica of the Batmobile from the 1989 Batman film; an antique American warship's passport document featuring an Edward Savage engraving, and signed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison; and a collection of signed memorabilia of pool champion Willie Mosconi.
89 17 "Evel Genius" April 4, 2011 (2011-04-04)
Items appraised include a collection of 24 1960s rock concert posters for Buffalo Springfield, the Grateful Dead and the Rolling Stones; an optometrist's collection of 400 hand-blown glass prosthetic eyeballs dating from the 1890s – 1939; a 1977 Evel Knievel pinball machine that turns out to be worth much less than what Corey paid for it; and an autographed photo of Babe Ruth.
90 18 "Pablo Pawncasso" April 4, 2011 (2011-04-04)
Items appraised include a copy of the first issue of Rolling Stone magazine; a pair of 2002 and 2008 gold-plated pants pendants awarded to Ohio State football players, the latter of which belonged to Doug Worthington; a pair of Picasso lithographs; a 1931 REO Flying Cloud hot rod with bullet-proof glass; and a 1980s coin-operated, computerized breathalyzer formerly used in a California bar.
91 19 "Sub for Sale" April 11, 2011 (2011-04-11)
Items appraised include an officer's commission from the Revolutionary War; a miniature Model T Ford with a working motor; and a one-man midget submarine, whose purchase by Rick surprises both the Old Man and Corey.
92 20 "Missile Attack" April 11, 2011 (2011-04-11)
Items appraised include the guidance system to a Cold War–era AIM-9 Sidewinder missile; an original Playboy bunny outfit; a 1986 Buick Regal that Chumlee takes an odd liking to; an 1850s–1860s carpenter's tool chest; and a 1980 Rubik's Cube sealed in its original package.
93 21 "Not on My Watch" April 18, 2011 (2011-04-18)
Items appraised include a Confederate Civil War Bowie knife known as an "Arkansas Toothpick"; a 1970 Honda Z600; a professionally restored, 1936 Rolex watch previously owned by Bernie Madoff; a boxing gym bell signed by Sonny Liston in 1970; and a 1957 Team Bowling Alley arcade game.
94 22 "Take a Seat" April 18, 2011 (2011-04-18)
Items appraised include a chair from the U.S. Senate that belonged to Senator Pat McCarran; a photograph of a NASA Gemini spacecraft launch signed by numerous astronauts including Neil Armstrong, Ed White, Buzz Aldrin, and Gus Grissom; a NASCAR driver's suit, c. 2002-2003, that once belonged to Ryan Newman; and a collection of Asian wood carvings. To address the Old Man's habit of falling asleep within view of the showroom floor, Rick has a new office built for him.
95 23 "Pom Pom Pawn" April 25, 2011 (2011-04-25)
Items appraised include a naval blunderbuss from the 17th century, a 1978 GMC motor home sponsored by Coca Cola; a San Francisco 49ers cheerleader's 1989 Super Bowl ring; a photo of The Who signed by three of that band's members; and a Columbia University speed reading machine course.
96 24 "Patton Pending" April 25, 2011 (2011-04-25)
Items appraised include a signed George S. Patton photo album, whose seller is the grandson of the lieutenant assigned to photograph Patton for three months; an antique sterling silver travel kit; a pair of jockey boots autographed by Willie Shoemaker; a large collection of decanters; and a Kevlar bulletproof vest with two trauma plates.
97 25 "Spidey Cents" May 2, 2011 (2011-05-02)
Items appraised include a piece of the heat shield from the Apollo 13 spacecraft; a 1973 Husqvarna CR 400 dirt bike whose restoration may prove to be a problem for Corey; a World War II Japanese non-commissioned officer's sword; Todd McFarlane's original artwork for page 25 of The Amazing Spider-Man #316 (June 1989); and a Curta calculator from the 1950s or 1960s.
98 26 "Necessary Roughness" May 2, 2011 (2011-05-02)
Items appraised include a collection of secret plans from the Normandy landings of World War II; a leather football helmet; a pair of saber bayonets from the Franco-Prussian War; and the head of a rare 1978 Stretch Serpent toy that Corey buys for $500, leading to a bet between him and an irritated Old Man over how much it is really worth.
99 27 "Peacemaker" May 9, 2011 (2011-05-09)
Items appraised include an early 1890s Colt .45 Peacemaker; a mid-1950s German Binz scooter; photos of a Japanese World War II Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighter plane shot down in the Aleutian Islands on July 10, 1942; a Tiger's eye gemstone skull; and Elvis Presley's medical records.
100 28 "The Great Escape" May 9, 2011 (2011-05-09)
Items appraised include an original Harry Houdini straitjacket authenticated to have been used by him in a January 1, 1915 performance;[3] a loudspeaker from Ebbets Field in Brooklyn; a letter written and signed by Helen Keller; and a Carl Zeiss telescope from the late 19th century.
101 29 "Broadsiding Lincoln" May 30, 2011 (2011-05-30)
Items appraised include a John Wilkes Booth Wanted poster printed on April 20, 1865; a 1930s arcade penny scale; an Air Force fighter pilot's G-suit and helmet worn by the seller's brother-in-law when he flew an F-18 during the Gulf War; and a 1930s Chicago police badge.
102 30 "Sharpe Shooters" June 1, 2011 (2011-06-01)
Rick and Sean Rich travel to Ashman's Pioneer Market in Fillmore, Utah to investigate a Civil War-era Gatling gun that just came on the market, as well as an 1863 Sharps carbine. Back in Las Vegas, items appraised at the Gold & Silver include a 1915 Ford Model T taxi and a vintage Charley Weaver Bartender toy.
103 31 "Late Night Chum" June 6, 2011 (2011-06-06)
Items appraised include World War II Adolf Hitler novelty matches; a Union Civil War cavalry jacket; a limited edition copy of The Illiterate Digest autographed by author Will Rogers; a porcelain-coated, 1940s Texaco sign; and an original Teddy Ruxpin and Grubby set. Rick assigns Chumlee to the night shift to fill in for someone who is sick.
104 32 "Buy The Book" June 6, 2011 (2011-06-06)
Items appraised include a Confederate "CS" belt buckle with a Minié ball bullet lodged in it; a first edition copy of Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls, along with a framed autograph of the author, which George Stephanopoulos later purchases when he visits the shop; a 1932 Lincoln Roadster, whose seller is initially reluctant to negotiate; and an antique bamboo fishing pole.
105 33 "Over the Top" June 13, 2011 (2011-06-13)
Items appraised include a quick-draw gun holster and blank-firing gun used on the TV series Gunsmoke in 1957 and 1958; a 1930s Steelcraft zeppelin pull toy; a World War I 5th Marine Regiment helmet; and an antique clock with four Morgan silver dollars and two Peace Dollars embedded in it. Rick hires a personal trainer and insists that he, Corey, the Old Man and Chumlee begin exercising every morning.
106 34 "Honor Thy Father" June 13, 2011 (2011-06-13)
Items appraised include the document signed by John Hancock with which he was inducted as a captain in the American militia; a framed, limited print photo of Jimi Hendrix by Gered Mankowitz that Corey wants to buy as a Father's Day gift for Rick; a 1934 steel Rickenbacker frying pan guitar; and a 1960s Schwinn Sting-Ray Runabout that's been outfitted with a motor that Corey says needs to be removed in order for it to be sold as a collectible.
107 35 "The Pick, the Pawn, and the Polish" July 11, 2011 (2011-07-11)
The conclusion of a three-part crossover episode that began on American Pickers and continued on American Restoration. Rick asks Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz to find a 1957 Chevrolet for his father's 70th birthday, and then meets with Rick Dale and Danny Koker to have it restored in time for the party. At the Gold & Silver, items appraised including a rare, 19th-century Imperial Protector 4mm gun ring; a collection of approximately 50 original animation cels and their color guides that include Scooby Doo, Fat Albert, The Smurfs, and Looney Tunes; and an unused ticket for a 1966 Beatles concert at Shea Stadium.
108 36 "Making Cents" July 18, 2011 (2011-07-18)
Items appraised include a script of The Godfather purported signed by Al Pacino, but actually signed by Al Ruddy, a co-producer; a sterling silver Cartier bottle opener and a pair of caps; a vintage Excelsior accordion; a World War II Celestial Navigation trainer book; and a 1950s coin-operated Bally "Western Express" kiddie ride that Chumlee, working on a $1,000 spending limit from Rick, investigates in an attempt to prove himself.
109 37 "Kings and McQueens" July 18, 2011 (2011-07-18)
Items appraised include a 19th-century shotgun disguised as a cane; a 1940 Indian motorcycle that belonged to Steve McQueen; and a book printed by Benjamin Franklin.
110 38 "Face the Music" July 25, 2011 (2011-07-25)
Items appraised include a framed business card of John Wesley Hardin, authentication of which proves to be difficult; a 1950s Shopsmith woodworking machine; a jacket worn by actor Clint Walker in the 1964 movie Send Me No Flowers, which the seller says he purchased from Walker personally; and an early 1930s Gibson mandolin that an ambitious Chumlee buys for $1,500.
111 39 "Off the Wall" July 25, 2011 (2011-07-25)
Items appraised include an 1854 Civil War musket made in Harpers Ferry that Rick observes is loaded; replica Master Chief armor suit and rifle based on the video game Halo that was made by the seller; a 1950s Murray atomic missile pedal car; two liberty passes from the USS Arizona and USS Mississippi; and a collection of four vintage pawn shop movie posters that Rick wants to keep to decorate the shop, but for which Corey has other ideas.
112 40 "Buffalo Bull" August 1, 2011 (2011-08-01)
Items appraised include a chest filled with puppets and other memorabilia belonging to Buffalo Ben, who may have been a member of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show; a phone booth from the 1950s or 1960s whose phone still functions; a collection of three vintage railroad lamps; and an unsigned copy of Ronald Reagan's 1928 high school yearbook and a signed letter that belonged to the seller's grandfather, who graduated with Reagan.
113 41 "Cannons and Klingons" August 1, 2011 (2011-08-01)
Items appraised include a military lighter, I.D. and scrapbook that belonged to the seller's grandfather, a writer/producer made who propaganda films for the U.S. government's atomic testing program in the 1950s; a shirt that belonged to Roy Rogers; a collection of 200 pieces of signed Star Trek memorabilia;[4] and an antique signal cannon used by Jonathan Higgins (John Hillerman) on the TV series Magnum, P.I..
114 42 "Silent and Deadly" August 8, 2011 (2011-08-08)
Items appraised include a piece of marble from Abraham Lincoln's tomb; a Schuco Charlie Chaplin wind-up doll; a 1970 Chevy Impala; an antique African sword from the Congo; and a rare copy of a limited edition of The Authorized Al, a biography of "Weird Al" Yankovic.
115 43 "Weird Science" August 8, 2011 (2011-08-08)
Items appraised include an antique Master Violet Ray #11 electrotherapy kit; a 19th-century, five-barrel, 37mm Hotchkiss revolving cannon that fires one-pound projectiles, which Rick and Sean Rich investigate at Ashman's Pioneer Market in Utah; a 1973 Wurlitzer 1050 jukebox; a 50-year-old electric waffle iron; and an unused, early-20th-century hog oiler.
116 44 "The Wright Stuff" August 15, 2011 (2011-08-15)
Items appraised include a collection of letters and pilot licenses signed by Orville Wright; a 1930s Jennings Bronze Chief nickel slot machine; and a Model 1830 percussion musket from West Point Military Academy.
117 45 "Out of Gas" August 15, 2011 (2011-08-15)
Items appraised include an early-19th-century W. Child percussion dueling pistol; a hat once owned by Ronnie Van Zant of Lynyrd Skynyrd, who gave it to the seller in 1977; a first edition copy of David Copperfield; a 2000 Porsche Carrera 911 engine from a junkyard; and a vintage rotary dial pay phone that's been converted for home use.
118 46 "The King's Bling" September 5, 2011 (2011-09-05)
Items appraised include a collection of over 200 vintage Matchbox cars; a pair of World War I German Pickelhaube helmets; a trio of vintage Japanese arcade games (Dig Dug, Yie-Ar Kung Fu and Super Dodgeball); and a necklace owned by Elvis Presley that was given to the seller when she was a teenager.
119 47 "Pipe Dreams" September 5, 2011 (2011-09-05)
Items appraised include Robert E. Lee's silver spoon and Ulysses S. Grant's meerschaum pipe, which are brought in by the same seller; four volumes of Don Quixote; a vintage Metrotech metal detector; a U.S. Vietnam War-era practice bomb; and one of Secretariat's horseshoes.
120 48 "High Stakes" September 12, 2011 (2011-09-12)
Items appraised include an 1830s Knock percussion pistol; a 1958 Glastron Seaflight boat; a copy of Dracula signed by Bram Stoker that was purchased at a charity auction; a Penn State University 1973 Orange Bowl championship ring; and a collection of antique billiard items, including ivory billiard balls.
121 49 "Pirate's Booty" September 12, 2011 (2011-09-12)
Items appraised include a 1787 carriage strongbox; a pirate ship parade float that Chumlee investigates; a collection of 17 one ounce silver art bars from the early 1970s; a World War II bomber jacket and flight mission logs that belonged to the seller's father, a B-17 pilot; and two Native American Kachina figurines made of sterling silver and turquoise.
122 50 "Teacher's Pet" September 19, 2011 (2011-09-19)
Items appraised include a World War II Sperry bombsight purchased at a garage sale for $10, which turns out to be not a bombsight, but a compensating mechanism from a B-26 or B-24 turret; a 1930s Dow Jones stock ticker; two 1903 volumes of Charles Paul de Kock's novel, Le Barbier de Paris, hand-written and illustrated by John French Sloan on vellum in 1903; and a toy car vetted by Antwaun, after he asks Chumlee to teach him more about the pawn business.
123 51 "Bugs Money" September 19, 2011 (2011-09-19)
Items appraised include a golf putter owned by Dean Martin; a 1941 741 Indian motorcycle; a homemade suit of armor; a tin Louis Armstrong toy; and a Bugs Bunny 50th anniversary poster signed by Mel Blanc and Friz Freleng.
124 52 "Security" September 26, 2011 (2011-09-26)
Items appraised include a Civil War drum; a 1922 photographer's printing table; a Royal Riders motorcycle club uniform; and a 1652 sixpence coin. Antwaun, in preparation to take a few days off, attempts to train Chumlee on how to work the door in his absence.
125 53 "Poker Night" September 26, 2011 (2011-09-26)
Items appraised include a 1956 Winter Olympics competitor's stadium coat that was purchased at a New England thrift store for less than $15; a 1940s pinup poster by Earl MacPherson; a 19th-century gambling kit; and a 2002 Snoop Dogg doll in its package. The Old Man challenges the others to a game of poker.
126 54 "Rick or Treat" October 25, 2011 (2011-10-25)
Items appraised in this Halloween-themed episode include a 19th-century vampire-killing kit; a collection equipment used in paranormal investigations that includes several tape recorders, a full spectrum camera and a laser grid, whose sellers offer to use to search for paranormal activity around the shop; a 1940s keypunch machine whose seller was a punchcard accounting instructor in the early 1950s; and a 1983 Jabba the Hutt Play-Doh set. Also, Rick orders the entire staff to come in on Halloween in costume, with the best costume awarded $100 of in-store credit.

Season 5[edit]

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127 1 "Mile High Club" November 28, 2011 (2011-11-28)
Items appraised include an Aero L-39 Albatros Czechoslovak fighter jet; a baseball glove signed by Babe Ruth and a bat signed by Ruth and Christy Mathewson; a set of mid-to-late-19th-century George Ligowsky glass and clay target balls; and a 1940s Hanovia tanning lamp.
128 2 "Patriot Games" November 28, 2011 (2011-11-28)
Items appraised include a poster from the movie Bullitt signed by Steve McQueen, Robert Duvall, Jacqueline Bisset and Robert Vaughn; two Civil War diaries from 1864 and 1865 that belonged to Hiram Otis Warren, a captain in the Union Army, 123rd New York Infantry, who was present at Gettysburg, Chancellorsville and Sherman's March, which are brought in by Warren's great-great-grandson; and Ricky Bryant's New England Patriots 2004 Super Bowl ring, whose hand-engraved manufacturer's mark worries Rick. Rick decides to implement a new rule forbidding staff from keeping items purchased for the shop, but Corey and the Old Man are skeptical of Rick's own commitment to this idea.
129 3 "Blaze of Glory" December 5, 2011 (2011-12-05)
Items appraised include a torch from the 1984 Summer Olympics, brought in by the man who ran with it when he was 17; an early-20th-century Austrian miniature pinfire pistol; a 1937 Oldsmobile L-37 four-door sedan with suicide doors; and a Mario statue.
130 4 "Looney Dunes" December 5, 2011 (2011-12-05)
Items appraised include a five-speed, custom sand rail, which was awarded to the seller in her divorce; a 1930s Levi's jacket; a collection of unpublished photos of Jimi Hendrix presented by Ron Raffaelli, the Hendrix photographer who took them and kept them in his archives for 40 years; and a 2011 Polaris Razor XP 900 dune buggy. Rick and Corey take the two purchased off-road vehicles to the desert to see which one of them made the better deal.
131 5 "Buyer Beware" December 12, 2011 (2011-12-12)
Items appraised include a prop policeman's badge from the TV show Dragnet; 1940s steel mandolin; a post-Civil War era Grand Army of the Republic parade cannon; and a signed Abraham Lincoln photograph.
132 6 "Silence of the Lambo" December 12, 2011 (2011-12-12)
Items appraised include a certified set of Saddam Hussein's fingerprints taken after his 2003 capture and arrest; an Olympic drug test pin brought in by the cyclist to whom it was given; a 2003 Lamborghini Murciélago purchased at an IRS auction; a 19th-century solid brass duck press; and a sterling silver Tiffany Walkman originally owned by John Entwistle, which is brought in by his ex-wife, Maxine.
133 7 "$=MC2" December 19, 2011 (2011-12-19)
Items appraised include a collection of Foreign Broadcast Information Service[5] daily impact reports from 1972 to early 1973; a World War II-era handheld Japanese air raid siren; and a limited edition photograph of Albert Einstein by Philippe Halsman that appeared on the cover of Time magazine. The Old Man and Chumlee are given a tour of a World War II-era Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress.
134 8 "Pony Up" December 19, 2011 (2011-12-19)
Items appraised include a collection of items that belonged to former Attorney General J. Howard McGrath, including his Secret Service credentials, letters from J. Edgar Hoover and Hubert Humphrey, and a counterfeit $10 bill; a soundwagon record player; a 1979 Mattel Electronics electronic horse race analyzer; and a 1960s M422A1 Mighty Mite jeep.
135 9 "High Tops" December 26, 2011 (2011-12-26)
Items appraised include Nikola Tesla's original 1887 prototype AC motor; a pair of limited edition Nike Mag sneakers from the film Back to the Future Part II, a 1968 Volkswagen Beetle convertible, a 1920s Gordonair salesman's sample icebox, and a Breguet Lamborghini Diablo clock c. 1990-1993.
136 10 "Apocalypse Wow" December 26, 2011 (2011-12-26)
Items appraised include a print of the Albrecht Dürer engraving Knight, Death and the Devil;[6] a nightlight statue of Bud Light advertising icon Spuds MacKenzie; a 2005 customized trike outfitted with built-in speakers, a video screen and a Mack Truck horn; a pre-Civil War daguerreotype studio camera; and a 2001 Boss Hoss trike.
137 11 "Corey's Big Play" January 2, 2012 (2012-01-02)
Items appraised include a fake Wells Fargo strongbox with a fake ball-and-chain whose seller says is from Folsom Prison c. the late 19th century or early 20th century; a 1924 Dodge Brothers business sedan; a Terminator skill stop slot machine from Japan; and a large, 70 lb. pair of World War II-era Nikon Coastwatcher binoculars taken from Guam in 1944.
138 12 "Help Wanted" January 2, 2012 (2012-01-02)
Items appraised include a triple-barreled, 1891 Sauer & Sohn drilling combination gun consisting of a 16-gauge double-barreled shotgun and a 9.3 mm rifle, whose seller says was taken from Germany by his grandfather during World War II; a contemporary InSTEP child's police pedal car; a collection of reproduction cast iron children's piggy banks ("Artillery", "Speaking Dog", "Teddy and the Bear", and "William Tell"); and a 1930s Dunhill clock cigarette lighter. With business picking up during the night shift, Rick decides to hire a new night employee to help Charles, who is adept at dealing with jewelery, but not with antiques.
139 13 "Learning the Ropes" January 9, 2012 (2012-01-09)
Items appraised include a 1910 Springfield, Illinois banker's time lock; an 1873 Springfield Armory single-shot rope gun; a first edition copy of Henry David Thoreau's Walden; an early 1930s optometry kit that belonged to the seller's great-grandfather; a Buzz Aldrin G.I. Joe doll found at a swap meet. Also, Corey and Chumlee conduct interviews in order to select the shop's new night shift broker.
140 14 "Smells Like Pawn Spirit" January 9, 2012 (2012-01-09)
Items appraised include a 1928 Charles Lindbergh aviation doll; a 1920s heavy porcelain over cast iron electric hand dryer; a Piccadilly Circus roulette slot machine from the 1960s or 1970s; a 1980s Brother word processor; a 1905 poster for a vaudeville act; and a harmonica purportedly played by Steven Tyler of Aerosmith.
141 15 "Crosby, Stills and Cash" January 16, 2012 (2012-01-16)
Items appraised include a backpacker Martin guitar signed by Crosby, Stills and Nash that was won by the seller in a trivia contest; a customized Phat Cycles Fuller chopper; a collection of vintage cigar box labels, some of which featured lithographic images of U.S. Presidents; and a pair of World War II bomb fins. Also, Rick and the Old Man interview Corey and Chumlee's favorite applicants for the night shift job from "Learning the Ropes".
142 16 "Cash Cash Bang Bang" January 16, 2012 (2012-01-16)
Items appraised include an Colt Army Model 1860 percussion revolver; a rare copy of The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (March 1963); a trio of Red Comet fire extinguishers; and an 1876 Goodman Gold & Silver Mining Co. stock certificate issued to Mark Twain.
143 17 "Over the Moon" January 23, 2012 (2012-01-23)
Items appraised include a fragment of Apollo 11's heat shield; a World War II cargo pilot's jacket worn as part of The Hump route; a restored 1940s O'Keefe & Merritt gas stove with chrome finishes that are styled to look like a classic car; a "Fat Man" steering wheel; and a signed copy of J. Edgar Hoover's book, Persons in Hiding, whose seller acquired it from her great uncle, an FBI agent who worked under Hoover; and a pair of Gerald Ford belt buckles.
144 18 "Les is More" January 23, 2012 (2012-01-23)
Items appraised include a 1961 Les Paul SG guitar and collection of documents that belonged to Paul's wife, Mary Ford, which are brought in by Paul's nephew; a handkerchief/bandana from Benjamin Harrison's 1892 Presidential inauguration; A Hedman Co. check fraud protection kit; and a gold Rolex watch. Also, Chumlee begins training Olivia, the new night shift employee.
145 19 "Hole in One" January 30, 2012 (2012-01-30)
Items appraised include an 1833 Whitney percussion musket converted from a flintlock; a collection of five 1960s RuddSpeed whiskey decanters modeled after the grilles of automobiles including Bentley, Bugatti, Mercedes and Rolls-Royce; a golf ball once used by Lyndon B. Johnson, which struck the father of the seller who brings it in; a 1929 World Series Chicago Cubs press pin; and a copy of Nicolas Sanson's 1632 map of France.
146 20 "Yankee Panky" January 30, 2012 (2012-01-30)
Items appraised include a poster for Jimi Hendrix's second-to-last concert; a collection of inflatable paintball bunkers; a rare autographed Paul Newman racing suit; an electronic Louis Marx and Company 1949 "Mot-O-Run" tin toy that was found in a dumpster; and a photo signed by Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays and Harmon Killebrew. Also, Rick and the Old Man form a bet on which of their favored items is worth more.
147 21 "Air Mail" February 6, 2012 (2012-02-06)
Items appraised include a 1928 letter been flown by Charles Lindbergh on the Spirit of St. Louis; a collection of 14 1970s minibikes, one of which is a Honda Z50; a vintage horse race gambling game; an 1772 Fusee pocketwatch made in London; and a 1915-1920 Spalding "Black Betsy" baseball bat modeled after the one used by Shoeless Joe Jackson.
148 22 "Cash is King" February 6, 2012 (2012-02-06)
Items appraised include two memoirs signed by King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson; a 1961 NFL Championship Game championship program; a 1970s Sun car tune-up tester; and a collection of five 1950s stamped tin army toys made in Japan.
149 23 "Bear-ly There" February 13, 2012 (2012-02-13)
Items appraised include a rare Volcanic Arms pistol; a World War II United States Navy gas mask that was purchased for five dollars; a letter from by James A. Garfield prior to his presidency to a resident of the same home town as the seller; and a 1900s (decade) life-size toy bear made by the Steiff Company, the originator of the teddy bear; packets of NASA tomato seeds flown by the Space Shuttle Challenger to the Long Duration Exposure Facility in orbit in 1984 and returned to earth in 1990 on the Space Shuttle Columbia.
150 24 "Huddle Up" February 13, 2012 (2012-02-13)
Items appraised include a reel of film of Franklin Delano Roosevelt; a 1913 New York City Fire Department log book; a collection of 1966 Miami Dolphins playbooks; and a 1923 National cash register.
151 25 "Pawnocchio" February 20, 2012 (2012-02-20)
Items appraised include three life-size Pinocchio marionettes handcrafted by Bob Baker Marionettes; a collection of 1945 issues of Yank magazine; an early-20th-century C.M. Sorensen Co. manual blood transfusion kit; a battered 1909 Cy Young baseball card that's missing a corner; and a Blues Harp harmonica said to have been played by Steven Tyler during his rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner at the 2001 Indianapolis 500.
152 26 "Guns Blazing" February 20, 2012 (2012-02-20)
Items appraised include a rare, Civil War-era, Confederate LeMat combination .42 caliber nine shot revolver/20-gauge shotgun; an original poster for the 1965 Italian film War of the Zombies; a collection of 1980s Nintendo Game & Watch handheld games; Dad's Root Beer outdoor thermometer sign from the late 1950s or early 1960s; and an autographed Goodyear tire from one of Dale Earnhardt's cars that was purchased from a memorabilia store as a gift for the seller, and later signed by Earnhardt following his 1998 Daytona 500 victory.
153 27 "James Gang Rides Again" February 27, 2012 (2012-02-27)
Items appraised include a collection of 11 original tintype photographs of what the seller says is the outlaw Jesse James and his gang; a 1950s Model 145 Leslie organ speaker; a 19th-century spoon bit drill set; and a 1930s Boy Scouts of America first aid kit.
154 28 "Ring Around a Rockne" February 27, 2012 (2012-02-27)
Items appraised include a signed letter from Knute Rockne to the seller's grandfather, dated March 13, 1931, 18 days before Rockne died; a collection of five antique Cracker Jack tin toys; an antique heirloom ring that belonged to mobster Lucky Luciano, brought in buy the son of a woman who ran errands for the mob; a solid wood, 19th-century dentist's pole; and a 1954 De Luxe scintillator.
155 29 "Pawn with the Wind" March 5, 2012 (2012-03-05)
Items appraised include a short snorter $1 bill signed by Clark Gable, brought in by a woman who says her uncle flew with Gable in World War II; an antique hand-crank electricity generator; a rare, a 19th-century Wells Fargo double-barrel shotgun; and a souvenir card from Ulysses S. Grant's funeral.
156 30 "Zoodoo" March 5, 2012 (2012-03-05)
Items appraised include copies of Harry S. Truman's two-volume memoir and his book, Mr. Citizen, autographed by Truman to his Chief Economist, Leon Keyserling; a novelty can of elephant manure from the Washington Park Zoo; a toy Mechanized Robot that is an imitation Robby the Robot from the 1956 film Forbidden Planet; and a 1950s Minox camera.
157 31 "Guilty as Charged" April 9, 2012 (2012-04-09)
Items appraised include a Star Trek Klingon bat'leth sword brought in by the same seller who presented the Star Trek memorabilia collection in "Cannons and Klingons"; an R. Clarke over/under flintlock four-barrel handgun from the late 1700s; a 1930s Chicago police callbox; and a 1971 book of misprinted and miscut Dwight D. Eisenhower postage stamps. Also, Rick finds a broken, $200 lamp in the warehouse, and must investigate when no one claims responsibility.
158 32 "Corey's Big Burn" April 9, 2012 (2012-04-09)
Items appraised include an exploding dye pack of $10 bills; a burnt copy of the program from the 1932 NFL Playoff Game whose $2,750 purchase by Corey concerns Rick and the Old Man; a 1960s Schwinn tandem bicycle that is examined by Chumlee and Olivia when a man brings it in during the night shift; and a lithograph by Evel Knievel that features a sketch of a train jump on its reverse side.
159 33 "Wild Thing" April 16, 2012 (2012-04-16)
Items appraised include a 1974 Volkswagen Thing; a collection of three Civil War-era cannonballs; a 1942 AT-6 Texan fighter plane; and a World War II-era book of war rations.
160 34 "To the Moon" April 16, 2012 (2012-04-16)
Items appraised include Jackie Gleason's custom-ordered, 1978 Lincoln Continental limousine; a Mount Rushmore commemorative plaque made of pure silver, which the Old Man wishes to melt down for fast money, but which Rick thinks will sell for more intact; a 1967 Super Bowl I football signed by the victorious Green Bay Packers, including Vince Lombardi; and a 1960s toy Disneyland Monorail set.
161 35 "Chum-p Change" April 23, 2012 (2012-04-23)
Items appraised include a collection of authenticated and graded notes of 1838 - 1840 paper money from the Republic of Texas and the Government of Texas; an 1886 Winchester repeating rifle that was passed down through four generations of the seller's family; a pair of movie poster printing plates for the 1943 film The Outlaw; and a Discovery Zone "Z-BOP" robot. Also, the men compete in a rifle-shooting competition.
162 36 "Trigger Happy" April 23, 2012 (2012-04-23)
Items appraised include a 35mm Bell & Howell documentary film camera used by the U.S. Military during World War II; a rare, three-trigger Stevens shotgun; a 1961 Mercedes-Benz 190 that's been customized to include features such as 19-inch wheels; and an Abraham Lincoln campaign token from the 1864 Presidential election, which is brought in during the night shift, and requires Olivia to contact Rick.
163 37 "Bossy Pants" May 21, 2012 (2012-05-21)
Items appraised include a titanium nosepiece from an Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird jet, brought in by the son of an engineer who worked on the vehicle, and signed by pilots Bill Flanagan and Robert Gilliland; a solid bronze 16th century cannon; a large pair of vintage Levi's jeans; a homemade Stand Up and Ride motor scooter; and a pair of vintage 1970 Snoopy and Red Baron music boxes.
164 38 "What the Truck" May 21, 2012 (2012-05-21)
Items appraised include an 1890s 18-karat gold Tiffany's pocket watch; a collection of 82 first series Garbage Pail Kids trading cards from 1985; a 1960s Mercedes Unimog military truck; and a sign that hung on the Berlin Wall. Racecar driver Matt Kenseth has a cameo.
165 39 "Three Hour Tour" May 28, 2012 (2012-05-28)
Items appraised include rare 1875[7] one dollar and 1883 brownback five dollar bill, which were professionally graded Very Fine and Choice About New, respectively, and which were given to the seller by her aunt, whose grandfather was the United States Secretary of the Treasury at the time; a Big-Bang Cannon toy purchased by the seller at a yard sale twenty years earlier; a paperweight from the USS Guadalcanal commemorating its 1944 sinking of the German submarine UB-68; a pair of prop coconut cups from the TV series Gilligan's Island, brought in by the daughter of Dick Johnson, the special effects technician who worked on that series.
166 40 "Family Feud" May 28, 2012 (2012-05-28)
Items appraised include Cap Hatfield's Winchester Model 1892 rifle, which he used during the Hatfield-McCoy feud; a painting of John Lennon by Denny Dent; and a Gorham sterling silver inkwell, shaped like a gavel, that belonged to William Andrews Clark.
167 41 "Silver Linings" June 4, 2012 (2012-06-04)
Items appraised include a piece of stained glass art depicting dogs playing poker with a joker from a cigar shop; an early 19th century manuscript of John Chrysostom's writings handwritten in Russian Church Slavonic; one hundred pounds of silver in the form of bars and coins that Rick needs to test before making an offer on; and a collection of props from the 1995 film Batman Forever, including a batarang and one of the pop-up riddles used by the Riddler.
168 42 "Like a Rock" June 11, 2012 (2012-06-11)
Items appraised include a collection of 19th century Wells Fargo Tiffany belt buckles with Wells Fargo engraved on them; a first edition 1955 Chevy pickup truck purchased by the seller from the original owner 46 years previously; a collection of casino gaming tokens that belonged to Nevada Senator Howard Cannon, which are brought in by Cannon's grandson; an 1871 Smith and Wesson revolver; and a 1950s U.S. Navy admiral's telephone that the Old Man wants restored for his desk, much to the irritation of Rick, who wants it resold.
169 43 "Dirty Sox" June 11, 2012 (2012-06-11)
Items appraised include four original paintings by Andy Warhol; a World War II aerial bomber camera, which is accompanied by a photo of it mounted inside a bomber; a pair of 10-carat gold sunglasses that Chumlee purchases during the night shift to resell, but which Rick thinks should better be melted down; and a baseball rule book and baseball signed by seven players, including Hall of Famers Red Faber and Ray Schalk and two members of the 1919 Chicago Black Sox.
170 44 "That Sinking Feeling" June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18)
Items appraised include a medal commemorating the 1915 sinking of the RMS Lusitania, found by the seller's mother about 20 years previously; an antique voltmeter; an autographed copy of Charles Lindbergh's autobiography, We, which Chumlee buys without authenticating the signature, much to Rick's anger; and a 1662 century Dutch balance scale.
171 45 "Pin it to Win It" June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18)
Items appraised include an odd-looking snaphance rifle from the 16th or 17th century, brought in by the seller of the 70 lb. binoculars in "Corey's Big Play"; a collection of about 70 vintage pin backs, mostly from the 1930s and 1940s, featuring the images of players such as Roy Campanella, Pee Wee Reese, Jackie Robinson, Satchel Paige, Suitcase Simpson and Babe Ruth; a signed serigraph print of LeRoy Neiman's 1973 painting "Love Story"; and a World War II-era leather bomber's helmet.
172 46 "Love Me Spender" June 25, 2012 (2012-06-25)
Items appraised include a 1955 contract signed by Elvis Presley; a collection of 1945 Japanese militaria, including an enemy plane ID card and manual compass; an early 1890s Winchester Model 1885 .22 Long caliber rifle with an octagon barrel; and a set of 12 paste diamond buttons that was owned by Marie Antoinette.
173 47 "Stalled Deals" June 25, 2012 (2012-06-25)
Items appraised include a 1918 Buick touring car; a set of wooden boxes carved to look like books that were used in an attempt to smuggle German guns out of Germany during World War II, accompanied by a note indicating that an attempt at their use was unsuccessful; a tennis racket and poster signed by Arthur Ashe; and a copy of the Boston Globe printed the day after the sinking of the Titanic.
174 48 "Hot and Colt" July 2, 2012 (2012-07-02)
Items appraised include a Colt Paterson revolver prototype; a 1955 Early Series GMC half-ton pickup truck that needs much restoration; a limited edition 1993 reproduction animation cel from the 1960s cartoon Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales, which features a character, a walrus named Chumley, from which Chumlee's nickname is derived; and a 1964 Flamingo Hotel appraisal book, brought in by a local who grew up in the area.
175 49 "Stuff It" July 2, 2012 (2012-07-02)
Items appraised include a Smith & Wesson Model 320 revolving rifle, of which only 977 were made, which was purchased at a yard sale; a railroad inspection mirror and a piece of rail from the 1800s; a collection of three mounted animals, one of which is a wolf's head mounted in a deer's rear end that Corey and the Old Man find disturbing; and a collection of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics.
176 50 "Jet Setters" July 9, 2012 (2012-07-09)
Items appraised include an 1868 over/under Wesson derringer that was passed down through four generations of the seller's family; a collection of Boeing aviation memorabilia, including a rare color photograph taken during one of test pilot Alvin M. Johnston's flights; a Stanhope letter opener that incorporates a tiny microphotograph viewer, brought in by the same seller as the Civil War-era cannonballs in "Wild Thing"; a pocket watch that appears to Rick to have been given from one veteran of the Battle of Cross Keys to another. Also, Rick and the Old Man's worries that Corey has inherited the bad eyesight that runs in their family spur him to see an optometrist.
177 51 "Kick the Can" July 9, 2012 (2012-07-09)
Items appraised include a trio of antique wooden duck decoys; a 1995 World Series Atlanta Braves ring; a 19th-century lighthouse oil can; and a Sho-Bud steel guitar. Also, the men compete in a shotgun target shooting contest in which the loser must pay for a duck dinner.
178 52 "Bullitt Proof" August 13, 2012 (2012-08-13)
Items appraised include a US Army Signal Corps mobile telegraph unit whose seller says was used in France during World War I in 1917-1918, but which Rick identifies as being from World War II; an 1858 Smith & Wesson Model 1 pistol; a 1968 Ford Mustang GT fastback; a copy of the first Phillips Cigar Ad from the turn of the 20th century; and an autographed photo of the early cast of Rawhide, including Clint Eastwood, brought by a woman whose great aunt was a chauffeur for MGM Studios.
179 53 "Cool as Ike" August 20, 2012 (2012-08-20)
Items appraised include a copy of Crusade in Europe, Dwight Eisenhower's wartime memoirs, signed by Eisenhower when he was President of Columbia University; a set of three Continental Can Company freeze-dried food bags made for the Apollo 11 flight; and a circa 1864 Remington New Model Army revolver; and a 1970 bottle of Pétrus Pomerol wine.
180 54 "Free Willie" August 20, 2012 (2012-08-20)
Items appraised include a fully functional brass hand cannon that Rick recognizes as having been made in the past 20 years; a three-wheeled prop taxi from the 1992 science fiction film Freejack; a 1961 San Francisco Giants uniform owned by Willie Mays; and a poster for the Beatles last official concert, on August 29, 1966 in Candlestick Park, San Francisco. Also, Rick and Chumlee form a wager over Chumlee's accuracy with the hand cannon.
181 55 "Some Like It Not" August 27, 2012 (2012-08-27)
Item appraised include a piece of one of the $20 bills stolen by D. B. Cooper during his 1971 hijacking; a pair of paintings by actor Tony Curtis; a Model 1832 artillery foot soldier's sword purchased for $75 at a garage sale; and an original newsroom teletype reporting the Kennedy assassination, found in an Iowa antique store. Also, Corey and Chumlee are assigned to do the shop's annual inventory check, both for tax purposes and to decide which employee will get the store's "booby prize" for the buying the most number of items that have failed to sell.
182 56 "Say It Ain't So" August 27, 2012 (2012-08-27)
Items appraised include a book signed by Shoeless Joe Jackson; and an MTV2 Video Music Award "Moonman" statuette that lacks an inscription or any indication of the person to whom it was awarded; a "proto-double-action", .36 caliber Savage 1861 Navy pistol; and a Franklin D. Roosevelt reelection poster for the 1944 United States Presidential election.
183 57 "Fork it Over" September 3, 2012 (2012-09-03)
Items appraised include a fork from the Hindenburg, brought in by the nephew of a Marine who guarded the wreckage; a dilapidated 1958 Packard Baker which Rick wishes to purchase but which the Old Man characterizes as scrap metal; an 1892 .45-90 Winchester Model 1886 "elephant gun" rifle handed down through at least four generations of the seller's family; and a Yellow Submarine Ringo Starr piggy bank.
184 58 "Thirty Something" September 3, 2012 (2012-09-03)
Items appraised include a 1975 police Identi-Kit Model II, used to create criminal suspect facial composites sketches; a pair of 1963 Baseball Hall of Fame bust molds of John McGraw and Joe DiMaggio; a 1955 Murray pedal car; and a 1985 Harley-Davidson FXR, which Corey and Rick plan as a 30th birthday surprise for Chumlee, who wishes to go to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally with Rick and Corey, but lacks a working motorcycle.

Season 6[edit]

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185 1 "What You Talkin' 'Bout Sturgis?" November 5, 2012 (2012-11-05)
Items appraised include a collection of original blueprints the USS Maine; a wooden airplane propeller from a 1944 Fahlin airplane; and a vintage Gillette travel razor kit, circa 1910, owned by the Shah of Iran, brought in by a man who acquired it from a friend of his father's who lived in Iran in the 1950s. In a crossover with other History programs set at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the Harrisons prepare to give Chumlee the Harley-Davidson FXR for his 30th birthday, but not before leading him to believe that they forgot his birthday, and giving him mundane chores. Danny Koker of Counting Cars has a cameo.
186 2 "Sturgis and Acquisitions" November 5, 2012 (2012-11-05)
Continuing the Sturgis crossover from the previous episode, Corey, Chumlee and Danny Koker ride to the event, while Rick drives there in his motorhome. Items that catch Rick's attention at Ugly Trailer Antiques in Hurricane, Utah include a 110-year-old player piano and a samurai helmet from the late Edo period that Rick informs the owner is worth more than the owner thinks. After arriving at Sturgis, Rick finds a 1966 Honda CB160 motorcycle at Gypsie Vintage Cycle. Rick Dale of American Restoration and Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz of American Pickers have cameos.
187 3 "Three Pawn Night" November 12, 2012 (2012-11-12)
Items appraised include a Babe Ruth baseball card from his time as a pitcher for the Red Sox, the first ever to feature him in a Major League uniform), found in the back yard shed of the seller; a Model 1805 artillery officer's sword made in France from 1805-1815, whose seller thinks was used in the War of 1812, which his grandfather found when cleaning out a building in Pittsburgh; a Pancho Villa marionette brought in during the night shift by a seller who has owned it for 44 years; one of the first polyphonic PS3 keyboards with rhythmic accompaniment, used by the band Three Dog Night when recording the single "It's a Jungle Out There", which includes by a letter signed by Danny Hutton; and two Victorian-era stained glass windows.
188 4 "Stick to Your Guns" November 12, 2012 (2012-11-12)
Items appraised include an 1884 .45 Colt single action Army revolver that belonged to Old West Sheriff Fred Coates during the Wyoming Range Wars, accompanied by the original letter of authenticity from Colt and a copy of the book Banditti of the Plains, acquired by the seller's father from Coates' great, great granddaughter, Eleanor Coates; a watchman's clock, found at an antique market in the seller's home town of Mexico City, which Rick thinks is from the 1940s or 1950s; a bullet-ridden flag cut from a burning World War I fighter plane by the seller's grandfather, accompanied by a dog tag featuring the name of the seller's father, George Pyne, on the front, and that of Quentin Roosevelt on the back; and a pair of 18th century platinum flip glasses accentuated with onyx diamonds and sapphires. Also, Corey, who wishes to be a partner in the shop, chafes against the elder Harrisons' complaints about his practice of aiding employee cheating on time cards.
189 5 "Lord of the Ring" November 13, 2012 (2012-11-13)
Items appraised include four antique pistols from the 1800s; a ring that was allegedly owned by a Catholic cardinal; and John Wayne's yearbook.[8]
190 6 "Man. Make. Fire." November 13, 2012 (2012-11-13)
Items appraised include a 1949 Hudson Commodore; an ancient fire starter; and a fossilized mastodon tusk.[9] Also, Chumlee is challenged to make a fire using only primitive tools, with the reward being a paid day off if he succeeds.
191 7 "On Guard" November 19, 2012 (2012-11-19)
Items appraised include a pig-shaped barbecue grill with a motorized rotisserie from the 1950s or 1960s; an authentic English Grenadier Guard's uniform from the reign of George VI (1936-1952) that was purchased by the seller, a costume shop owner, when he bought out another costume shop 30 years earlier; a rare, 1970s transparent bowling ball that houses a rose within it, only 100 of which were produced, much like the one used by Ernie McCracken (Bill Murray) in the 1996 feature film comedy Kingpin, which was purchased in an antique shop; and a guitar whose body is made from a tortoise shell that Rick needs to date to determine if he can legally purchase it.
192 8 "The Last Samurai" November 19, 2012 (2012-11-19)
Items appraised include an ancient Yasutsugu katana, or samurai sword, circa 1600, brought in by the same man who sold the shop a Grammy Award in "Bumpy Ride"; a World War II-era Western Electric Beachmaster announcement amplifier, used by the military to direct beach landings, which was found abandoned in a building in the California desert 25 years earlier; and an early 1900s Oscar Onken Company DeLuxe necktie press.
193 9 "Sweet Pawn of Mine" November 26, 2012 (2012-11-26)
Items appraised include a pair of velvet brocade slippers, silk stockings and cap said to have been owned by Pope Leo XIII; a Smith & Wesson Model 2 revolver (also known as an Old Model Army); the driver's license belonging to Slash of Guns N' Roses; and a trio of vintage Ava woodcutting saws from 1947-1950. Also, Rick is concerned over the amount of coffee his father drinks, and secretly switches him to decaf.
194 10 "The Offer" November 26, 2012 (2012-11-26)
Items appraised include a 1956 Chevrolet Quarter Mile racecar; a collection of ten different barbed wire designs; a 1941 U.S. Navy sextant from the U.S.S. Hector; and an antique Thurston sawing in half box. Also, Corey explores job offers from the shop's competition, feeling that his desire to be made part owner in the Gold & Silver hasn't been taken seriously, and informs the elder Harrisons that he will quit if he isn't given 10% ownership of the business.
195 11 "Putt, Putt, Pawn" December 3, 2012 (2012-12-03)
Items appraised include a red, 1950s Vend 81 Pepsi machine that requires restoration; a set of 93 European miniature golf balls; a pair of original, signed prints of two Playboy cartoons from October and December 1955; and a large copy of John Milton's Paradise Lost, featuring illustrations by Gustave Doré. Also, the men engage in a miniature golf competition, with the loser having to wash the others' cars.
196 12 "Wouldn't It Be Ice?" December 3, 2012 (2012-12-03)
Items appraised include a bronze statue of the Rampant Colt, the symbol of Colt Firearms, #29 of a limited edition of 100; a World War II Japanese Tuckydanto Type 89 knee mortar; a signed copy of Wayne Gretzky's last New York Rangers contract; and a collection of six Japanese throwing stars that were purchased at a yard sale. Also, Rick and Corey make a bet to see who can buy an item with the greater profit margin. Observing that Corey has become irritable as he awaits for an answer from the elder Harrisons to his demand for a partnership, the Old Man tells Rick that they must give Corey an answer.
197 13 "Silent but Chumlee" December 10, 2012 (2012-12-10)
Items appraised include a Silent Scope 2: Dark Silhouette arcade game; an 1874 chopmarked trade dollar brought in by the seller of the silver bars in "Silver Linings"; an original Salvador Dalí painting; and a suit of armor for a French carabinier dating from the Second French Empire. Also, Corey teaches Chumlee how to use Skype so he can contact the Harrisons when appraising possible purchases.
198 14 "Take the Money and Run" December 10, 2012 (2012-12-10)
Items appraised include a Kentucky long rifle; an hand-cranked, 1884 electroshock therapy device; a poster for the 1974 "Rumble in the Jungle" George Foreman/Muhammad Ali fight; and a print of a map of the Western Hemisphere made between 1762-1784. Also, Rick and Chumlee bet as to who can shoot the rifle more accurately. Rick finally responds to Corey's demands for a partnership, giving him a raise and a 5% stake in the company, with the possibility of a larger share in the future.
199 15 "It's a Wonderful Pawn" December 17, 2012 (2012-12-17)
Items appraised include the 1912 Christmas Day dinner menu from Alcatraz Prison; a bomber jacket said to have been worn by Captain Henry S. Huidekoper, a World War II fighter pilot whose plane took 198 bullets and 6 cannon shots during his time flying with the Hell Hawks; a seat from Dodger Stadium that the seller acquired in 2007 when the stadium was being remodeled; and a 1978 pink Fiat Spider convertible. Also, Chumlee organizes a Christmas party, over the objections of the Old Man, who feels the shop's expansion has made the annual event too expensive.
200 16 "Santa Chum" December 17, 2012 (2012-12-17)
Items appraised include the militaria belonging to U.S. soldier Lorenzo W. Cook, including his medals and documents signed by seven U.S. presidents and Robert Todd Lincoln, which Cook collected over the course of his career; a copy of the Italian poster for the 1968 Steve McQueen movie Bullitt; and a 15th-century crossbow from the Bavarian German Army with its original string and windlass intact. Also, Chumlee throws the shop's Christmas party at Danny Koker's bar, Vamp'd, and adamantly imposes strict rules of secrecy regarding the Secret Santa gift exchange, though for reasons that eventually surprise the Harrisons. Danny Koker and Rick Dale have cameos.
201 17 "Little Pawn Shop of Horrors" January 14, 2013 (2013-01-14)
Items appraised include a collection of props from the 1988 horror film Child's Play, including knives, a voodoo doll and an amulet, brought in by a man who worked as a production assistant on that film; a football signed by members of the 1967 Chicago Bears, including Gale Sayers, Brian Piccolo and coach George Halas, given to the seller's uncle by player Ronnie Bull; and a 1925 Gibson banjo. Also, Chumlee is inspired to make a film, The Pawning, about the goings-on at the shop.
202 18 "I Herd That" January 14, 2013 (2013-01-14)
Items appraised include an 1874 Sharps buffalo rifle; a framed 1900 aphorism signed by Mark Twain; a trinitite souvenir from the Manhattan Project that was purchased at auction; and a collection of five late 1800s pickle casters brought in by a chef who has been collecting them since the 1970s. Also, Chumlee begins to follow the Old Man around the shop in the hope of hearing some notable aphorisms that he can frame and sell for a profit.
203 19 "Funny Money" January 21, 2013 (2013-01-21)
Items appraised include a copy of the book F.D.R. Meets Ibn Saud, signed by the author William A. Eddy, discovered by the seller during a foreclosure cleanout; a scissor katar found in a garage by the owner of a local junk-hauling franchise; a Picasso lithograph, originally given to the seller's grandfather by Picasso himself; a saddle used John Wayne's horse in the 1969 film True Grit.
204 20 "Spare the Rodman" January 21, 2013 (2013-01-21)
Items appraised include a juror questionnaire from the O.J. Simpson murder trial; a collection of jerseys signed by Dennis Rodman, brought in by Rodman's ex-wife in order to pay for their daughter's tuition; a 1950s BMC pedal tractor; and a World War II M-209 cipher machine. Rick Dale of American Restoration has a cameo.
205 21 "Million Dali Baby" January 28, 2013 (2013-01-28)
Items appraised include an 1862 atlas; a 1933 pinball machine commemorating the 1933 World's Fair; a limited edition silver sculpture version of the Salvador Dalí painting Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of the New Man signed by Dalí, which Chumlee and Olivia purchases during the night shift; and a cow collar given to President Dwight D. Eisenhower by the press corps.
206 22 "Hair Force One" January 28, 2013 (2013-01-28)
Items appraised include a single-person Airboard hoverboard; a Confederate Civil War ribbon that has been passed down through the seller's family, beginning with his great-great grandfather, who fought in the war; a trading card said to contain a strand of George Washington's hair, and signed by Washington; and a black, carbon fiber Star Wars Stormtrooper helmet. Also, comments by the others about his weight spur Chumlee to visit a nutritionist.
207 23 "Comic Con" February 4, 2013 (2013-02-04)
Items appraised include an ungraded 1918 $1,000 Federal Reserve note; a collection of 539 1900s stereoscopic photos and a viewfinder for viewing them; a collection of two Spider-Man comic books signed in 1991 and 1992 by writer Stan Lee, who co-created the character (a reprint of Amazing Fantasy #15 and Marvel Tales Starring Spider-Man #43), accompanied by two Spider-Man sketches signed by him, stated to be the only two sketches Lee has ever done; and a Type 89 35mm Japanese machine gun camera. When Corey questions Rick's decision to purchase the $1,000 note for $2,500, Rick makes a bet with him, agreeing to give the note to Chumlee if it turns out to be a bad purchase.
208 24 "Off the Hook" February 4, 2013 (2013-02-04)
Items appraised include a collection of courtroom sketches from the 1957 Sam Sheppard murder trial; an 1895 AT&T phone book purchased at a flea market; a baseball signed by the members of the 1962 MLB American League All-Star team; and a homemade army tank whose cannon shoots potatoes constructed by the seller and his son. Also, when Chumlee calls out sick, Corey goes to Chumlee's house to investigate.
209 25 "Room and Hoard" February 11, 2013 (2013-02-11)
Items appraised include a set of keys to the Cook County jail cell where Al Capone was housed during his tax evasion trial; a Japanese kamikaze helmet, brought home by the seller's brother after World War II; an 1861 half dollar salvaged in 2003 from the wreckage of the SS Republic; and the gray and gold video game cartridges that were played in the 1990 Nintendo World Championships. Also, Rick tasks Corey and Chumlee with finding the Old Man's collection of pennies that he has been hoarding due to the metallic content of the pennies.
210 26 "Just Shoe It" February 11, 2013 (2013-02-11)
Items appraised include a 2006 Dutch Arnold & Son Longitude II watch; a collection of vintage handcuffs; and an original 1944 panoramic photo of Las Vegas Army Air Field. Also, after Rick promises Chumlee 2% of profits on large deals on items in which Chumlee is knowledgeable, Chumlee takes Rick to ShoeZeum, a museum billed as the world's largest collection of Nike sneakers, which is for sale.
211 27 "Lunch Larceny" February 18, 2013 (2013-02-18)
Items appraised include a 1922 letter written by Franklin D. Roosevelt; an 1838 Colt Paterson revolver that belonged to Confederate Civil War colonel William R. Manning, and later acquired by Buffalo Bill and returned to Manning's daughter, May Manning Lilly and her husband, Pawnee Bill, which may be the second one of its kind ever made; and a collection of 1980s Bradley Co. children's watches, featuring themes of including Cinderella, Star Wars, and Mr. T. Also, Rick reacts to the repeated theft of his lunch from the staff room.
212 28 "Grand Theft Corey" February 18, 2013 (2013-02-18)
Items appraised include a customized 1932 Ford roadster built by the seller with an aftermarket body; the claymation figure of Marilyn Manson that was used in four episodes of the animated TV series Celebrity Deathmatch, which the seller purchased by someone who worked in that show's production; a collection of three transistor radios that were among the items the United States dropped into Vietnam as part of the U.S.'s "Hearts and Minds" propaganda campaign during the Vietnam War; and a diploma from the 1912 Summer Olympics purchased by the seller in a charity shop for four dollars.
213 29 "Beam Me Up" February 25, 2013 (2013-02-25)
Items appraised include a collection of postcards featuring early 20th century boxers, including a signed one of Jack Johnson; a collection of props from the original Star Trek series, including a phaser, a communicator, a first draft script of the 1986 feature film The Voyage Home, and a Tribble; and a Cold War-era Air Force cockpit clock, taken from a plane by the seller's uncle, an airplane mechanic. Also, Rick and the Old Man give Chumlee a desk to work on, but later come to regret it.
214 30 "Shekel and Hyde" February 25, 2013 (2013-02-25)
Items appraised include an ancient shekel of Tyre; two original Duesenberg presentation drawings; a pair of engraved 1860 Colt Army revolvers; and a case of 25 cans of 1962 military emergency water, which was found under the floorboards of the decommissioned Peacekeeper missile launch control center at F.E. Warren Air Force Base by the seller's contractor father. Andy, the shop's head of security, later informs the Harrisons that the shekel, for which Rick paid $1,600 and which he sent away for authentication, may be stolen, requiring it to be put on hold.
215 31 "Book 'Em Rick" March 4, 2013 (2013-03-04)
Items appraised include a 1947 Masco guitar amplifier that belonged to Hank Williams, Sr.; a 1484 incunable illuminated book that was purchased at auction, which Rick wishes to purchase himself, much to the ire of Corey, Chum and the Old Man; and an ID card that belonged to Evel Knievel.
216 32 "Corey, I Am Your Father" March 4, 2013 (2013-03-04)
Items appraised include a campaign hat and poster from John Kennedy's 1960 Presidential campaign; a Smith carbine rifle from the Civil War brought in by Rob, a store regular and a major gun collector seen in previous episodes; a collection of seven original 1978 Kenner Star Wars action figures; and a custom-carved table modeled after the lower half of a man wearing a Scottish kilt. Also, the men urge Corey to watch Star Wars in order for him to gain insight into the collector market for that franchise's memorabilia.
217 33 "Close, But No Cigar" March 11, 2013 (2013-03-11)
Items appraised include the cigar box that John F. Kennedy owned while at the White House, which still holds several unsmoked cigars; an 1847 Colt Walker .44 caliber revolver that might be a Colt Brevette rather than an authentic Colt; a gold medal from the 1988 Summer Olympics whose seller purchased it for $13,000; and an 1870 tooth extractor brought in by a family doctor who collects antique medical devices. Also, Rick's worries over his father's poor diet prompt him and Corey to steal the sweets that the Old Man receives from a Pie of the Month club, while Chumlee struggles to maintain an improved diet and exercise program.
218 34 "Hello, Goodbye" March 11, 2013 (2013-03-11)
Items appraised include a poster of alternative album art for the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper album; a chest whose seller believes may be a 400-500-year-old pirate's chest, but which turns out to be an Indian dowry chest; and a pair of lithographs by Joan Miró and Marc Chagall. Also, Rick has the shop's collection of classic rock vinyl records moved into the showroom, but Corey and Chumlee, who are given the task, are skeptical that the items will sell. Steve Carell has a cameo when he shows up in the shop looking at a World War II diver's knife.

Season 7[edit]

Series
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Season
#
Title Airdate
219 1 "Rick 'n' Roll" May 30, 2013 (2013-05-30)
Items appraised include a 19th century medical instrument for removing tonsils. Also, after tricking Rick into believing that they had forgotten his birthday, Chumlee, Corey and the Old Man surprise him with a ticket to Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp, where he is given the chance to perform with one of his idols, Roger Daltrey.
220 2 "Grumpy Old Man" May 30, 2013 (2013-05-30)
Items appraised include a 1960s recorded interview between the customer and an angry President John Kennedy. Rick and the customer travel out of the pawn shop to visit historical artefact expert Mark at the Clark County Museum where they are able to listen to the interview to confirm it's originality. Chumlee is upset at the way the Old Man treats him at work and tries to get video evidence of employee maltreatment.
221 3 "One Way Ticket" June 6, 2013 (2013-06-06)
Items appraised include a gold disc for 500,000 copies sold of the debut album by rock band Kiss; and a Confederate pinfire revolver. Also, Corey plays a prank on Chumlee, fooling him into thinking he has won $10,000 on a scratch card. However, Corey soon discovers that Chumlee knew all along and used the prank as an excuse to have the day off.
222 4 "Unprankable" June 6, 2013 (2013-06-06)
Items appraised include a 1960s Chevrolet Corvair; and a check reportedly signed by former vice president Aaron Burr. Also, Corey continues to try and get his revenge on Chumlee, by painting a slogan on the back of his truck. However, Chumlee discovers this and in return fills Corey's truck full of packing peanuts.
223 5 "Ready to Rumble" June 13, 2013 (2013-06-13)
Items appraised include a European pocketwatch from the 1920s which intrigues Rick due to its well constructed design; and a pair of punching bags reportedly owned by Rocky Marciano, one of which, weighing 200lbs., is the heaviest punching bag ever known to have been used to train a professional boxer. The Old Man expresses his determination to show off his boxing skills.
224 6 "Dog Day Afternoon" June 13, 2013 (2013-06-13)
225 7 "King of Pain" June 20, 2013 (2013-06-20)
226 8 "Free Agent" June 20, 2013 (2013-06-20)
227 9 "Sticks and Stones" June 27, 2013 (2013-06-27)
228 10 "The Pawntridge Family" June 27, 2013 (2013-06-27)
229 11 "A Hard Day's Pawn" July 11, 2013 (2013-07-11)
230 12 "Fool's Gold" July 11, 2013 (2013-07-11)
231 13 "World Series of Pawn" July 18, 2013 (2013-07-18)
232 14 "Rage Against That Machine" July 18, 2013 (2013-07-18)
233 15 "Colt to the Touch" August 1, 2013 (2013-08-01)
234 16 "Chum-parazzi" August 1, 2013 (2013-08-01)
235 17 "The Chum-Sake" August 8, 2013 (2013-08-08)
236 18 "Corey's Big Splurge" August 8, 2013 (2013-08-08)
237 19 "Secret Agent Man" August 15, 2013 (2013-08-15)
238 20 "London Pawning" August 15, 2013 (2013-08-15)
239 21 "On A Mission To Pawn" August 22, 2013 (2013-08-22)
240 22 "Goldfish and Silver" August 22, 2013 (2013-08-22)
241 23 "What Happens in Vegas" August 29, 2013 (2013-08-29)
242 24 "You're Out" August 29, 2013 (2013-08-29)

Season 8[edit]

Series
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Season
#
Title Airdate
243 1 "Every Day I'm Shufflin" October 10, 2013 (2013-10-10)
244 2 "The Bald and the Beautiful" October 10, 2013 (2013-10-10)
245 3 "Say It, Don't Spray It" October 17, 2013 (2013-10-17)
246 4 "The Enigma" October 17, 2013 (2013-10-17)
247 5 "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service" October 24, 2013 (2013-10-24)
248 6 "Comfortably Chum" October 24, 2013 (2013-10-24)
249 7 "Brush with Greatness" October 31, 2013 (2013-10-31)
250 8 "Chum of All Fears" October 31, 2013 (2013-10-31)
251 9 "Winchester, Lose or Draw" November 7, 2013 (2013-11-07)
252 10 "The Merchant of Vegas" November 7, 2013 (2013-11-07)
253 11 "The Bachelor" November 14, 2013 (2013-11-14)
254 12 "Cold Hard Cash" November 14, 2013 (2013-11-14)
255 13 "Rebel, Rebel" November 21, 2013 (2013-11-21)
256 14 "Open and Shut Case" November 21, 2013 (2013-11-21)
257 15 "Bad To The Bone" December 5, 2013 (2013-12-05)
258 16 "Gnarly Harley" December 5, 2013 (2013-12-05)
259 17 "Woah Pilgrim" December 12, 2013 (2013-12-12)
260 18 "The Amazing Chumlee" December 12, 2013 (2013-12-12)
261 19 "A Very Vegas Christmas" December 19, 2013 (2013-12-19)
262 20 "Another Christmas Story" December 19, 2013 (2013-12-19)
263 21 "Lost in Spacelander" December 26, 2013 (2013-12-26)
264 22 "Put Your Hands Up" December 26, 2013 (2013-12-26)
265 23 "Finding Fonzie" January 2, 2014 (2014-01-02)
266 24 "You Say You Wanna Revolution" January 2, 2014 (2014-01-02)
267 25 "Truly Trivial" January 9, 2014 (2014-01-09)
268 26 "Whodunit?" January 9, 2014 (2014-01-09)
269 27 "I'll Be Doggone" January 16, 2014 (2014-01-16)
270 28 "Can't Buy Me Love" January 16, 2014 (2014-01-16)
271 29 "Anytime, Any Mace" January 23, 2014 (2014-01-23)
272 30 "Silent Stars and Rebel Cars" January 23, 2014 (2014-01-23)
273 31 "Smurf and Turf" January 30, 2014 (2014-01-30)
274 32 "Sunday Funday" January 30, 2014 (2014-01-30)
275 33 "Rescue 9-1-Chum" February 6, 2014 (2014-02-06)
276 34 "Extreme Pawnover" February 6, 2014 (2014-02-06)
277 35 "Rough and Tumble" February 13, 2014 (2014-02-13)
278 36 "The Great Pawnbino" February 13, 2014 (2014-02-13)
279 37 "Rock Bottom" February 20, 2014 (2014-02-20)
280 38 "Chords, Swords and Rewards" February 20, 2014 (2014-02-20)
281 39 "Magic Bus" February 27, 2014 (2014-02-27)
282 40 "Purple Haze" February 27, 2014 (2014-02-27)
283 41 "Field Trip" March 6, 2014 (2014-03-06)
284 42 "McKinley Family Jewels" March 6, 2014 (2014-03-06)
285 43 "You Snooze, You Lose" March 13, 2014 (2014-03-13)
286 44 "Bang Bang" March 13, 2014 (2014-03-13)
287 45 "Shamrocked" March 20, 2014 (2014-03-20)
288 46 "Head Games" March 20, 2014 (2014-03-20)
289 47 "Choo Choo Chum" March 27, 2014 (2014-03-27)
290 48 "Brew Master" March 27, 2014 (2014-03-27)
291 49 "April Fooled" April 3, 2014 (2014-04-03)
Items appraised include a Civil War-era Tiffany & Co Model 1840 heavy calvary sword known as "The Wristbreaker"; a collection of memorabilia from the U.S.S Chowanoc, on which the Old Man served from 1972 - 1976; and an early 1990s untitled abstract mixed media artwork by Matiros Manoukian. Also, Chumlee vows revenge on the men for having played an April Fools prank on him.
292 50 "Tee'd Off" April 3, 2014 (2014-04-03)
Items appraised include a 1934 USGA Rules of Golf booklet; the Victorian-era parlor pump organ on which Steven Tyler wrote the song "Dream On", signed by Tyler, brought in by a man to whom Tyler gave the organ as a gift for decorating his penthouse and showroom; and a 19th century British naval surgeon's chest. Also, Chumlee tries his hand at golf.
293 51 "Chum's Revenge" April 10, 2014 (2014-04-10)
294 52 "Traffic Jammed" April 10, 2014 (2014-04-10)
295 53 "Sleeping Giant" April 17, 2014 (2014-04-17)
296 54 "Saddle Up" April 17, 2014 (2014-04-17)
297 55 "Road Test" April 24, 2014 (2014-04-24)
Items appraised include a 1965 Danelectro longhorn bass guitar owned by John Entwistle of The Who; a 1968 Richard Nixon campaign paper dress; and a 1940 Indian Chief motorcycle with sidecar. Also, amid questions about his driving skills and his eyesight, the Old Man takes a driving test.
298 56 "Ponies and Phonies" April 24, 2014 (2014-04-24)
299 57 "Tag Team" May 1, 2014 (2014-05-01)
300 58 "Fiesta Loco" May 1, 2014 (2014-05-01)
301 59 "Spruce Goose" May 8, 2014 (2014-05-08)
302 60 "All In" May 8, 2014 (2014-05-08)
303 61 "Tickets To Ride" May 15, 2014 (2014-05-15)
304 62 "New Old Man" May 15, 2014 (2014-05-15)
305 63 "Everybody Do The Dinosaur" May 22, 2014 (2014-05-22)
306 64 "Breaking the Bank" May 22, 2014 (2014-05-22)
307 65 "Reeling and Dealing" May 29, 2014 (2014-05-29)
308 66 "Pawn U" May 29, 2014 (2014-05-29)
309 67 "Daddy's Girl" June 5, 2014 (2014-06-05)
310 68 "Dam Good Time" June 5, 2014 (2014-06-05)
311 69 "Who's Your Dali" June 12, 2014 (2014-06-12)
312 70 "Chumlee's Last Laugh" June 12, 2014 (2014-06-12)
313 71 "Spacing Out" June 19, 2014 (2014-06-19)
314 72 "In the Doghouse" June 19, 2014 (2014-06-19)
315 73 "Get in the Ring" June 26, 2014 (2014-06-26)
316 74 "Rick, Rock and Roll" June 26, 2014 (2014-06-26)
Items appraised include a book by Charles Dickens, and a meteorite from California! Get paranormal with the Pawn Stars when two first editions of "A Christmas Carol" appear in the shop. Then, Rick gets rocked when a meteorite drops in. Will seeing this spacey item send him over the moon or will it bring him crashing down to Earth? Also, Chumlee plans a night of bowling with the guys, but will this bonding experience be up their alley or will they wind up in the gutter?
317 75 "Press One for Chum" July 10, 2014 (2014-07-10)
318 76 "Fireworks and Freedom" July 10, 2014 (2014-07-10)
319 77 "Chumdae" July 17, 2014 (2014-07-17)
320 78 "Put Up Your Nukes" July 17, 2014 (2014-07-17)
321 79 "Pawn Apocalypse" July 24, 2014 (2014-07-24)
322 80 "Colts and Vikings" July 24, 2014 (2014-07-24)
323 81 "Mr. Cool" July 31, 2014 (2014-07-31)
324 82 "Playboys and Players" July 31, 2014 (2014-07-31)
325 83 "Go for Chum" August 7, 2014 (2014-08-07)
326 84 "Shufflin' and Hustlin'" August 7, 2014 (2014-08-07)
327 85 "Bo Knows" August 14, 2014 (2014-08-14)
328 86 "Break Room Battle" August 14, 2014 (2014-08-14)
329 87 "Break on Through" September 1, 2014 (2014-09-01)
330 88 "Tricky Ricky" September 1, 2014 (2014-09-01)
331 89 "Pinball Punch" September 18, 2014 (2014-09-18)
332 90 "Dodging Dillinger" September 18, 2014 (2014-09-18)
333 91 "Rock Stars and Race Cars" September 25, 2014 (2014-09-25)
334 92 "Pawn Fiction" September 25, 2014 (2014-09-25)

Home releases[edit]

Pawn Stars The Complete Season 1
Set details[10] DVD Layout
  • DISC ONE (7 episodes): Boom or Bust / Confederate Conundrum / Sink or Sell / Knights in Fake Armor? / Gangsters & Guitars / Damn Yankees / Brothels & Busses
  • DISC TWO (7 episodes + bonus): Time Machines / Rope a Dope / Rick’s Big Bet / John Hancock’s Hancock / Plane Crazy / Peaches & Pinups / Old Man’s Gamble / Bonus
DVD release dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
January 26, 2010 March 22, 2010 N/A
Pawn Stars Season 2
Set details[11] DVD Layout
  • DISC 1: Fired Up / Sharks and Cobras / Old Man’s Booty / A Shot and a Shave / Hot Air Buffoon / Steaks at Stake / A Christmas Special / Secret Santa / Pawn Shop Pinot
  • DISC 2: Bikes and Blades / Rick’s Bad Day / Chum Goes AWOL / Wheels / Shocking Chum / Pezzed Off / Guns and Rangers / Tattoos and Tantrums
  • DISC 3: Pinball Wizards / Chopper Gamble / Spooning Paul Revere / Off The Wagon / Fortune in Flames / Backroom Brawl / Big Guns / Flight of the Chum
  • DISC 4: Bumpy Ride / Helmet Head / Bow Legged / Hell Week / ZZZZZZ / The British Are Coming / License to Pawn / Bonus
DVD release dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
August 24, 2010 April 16, 2012 N/A
Pawn Stars Volume 3
Set details[12][13][14] DVD Layout
  • DISC 1: Trail Breaker / Top Secret / Whale of a Time / Gold Diggers / Aw Shucks! / Deals From Hell / Chumlee's Dummies / Strike, Spare, BOOM
  • DISC 2: Message in a Bottle / Rough Riders / Phoning It In / Moon Walking / Peeping Pawn / Ace in the Hole / Double Trouble / Getting A Head
DVD release dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
October 18, 2011 N/A N/A

Notes[edit]

A. ^ The episode roster of each season that is indicated in this article is derived from the episodes grouped on each season's DVD, as seen at sources such as History.com and Amazon.com. This arrangement is also corroborated by Netflix's streaming media service for the series. Another source that is consistent with the end of the third season and the beginning of the fourth season is this October 2010 Bloomberg Businessweek article stating that Rick Harrison was in talks at the time for a fourth season. A minority source that lists a different episode list for seasons 3 and 4 is iTunes.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The date of the coffee grinder and the type of film used for the home movie is derived from History.com, accessed April 19, 2010. The same site also gives the 1980s as the date of the lunchbox, which is clearly an error, as the seller in the episode explicitly said it was from 1967, which is in line with when The Rat Patrol originally aired on ABC. Title cards seen in the episode indicate the home movie is dated "1939 or later", but 1945 is given as the closing end of the range in this article, since that is when President Franklin Roosevelt died.
  2. ^ "Pawn Stars on History", Facebook, December 6, 2010, accessed December 24, 2010.
  3. ^ "No Jacket Can Hold Him", Life, accessed May 9, 2011.
  4. ^ Hughes, Jason (August 2, 2011). "Massive 'Stark Trek' Collection for Sale on 'Pawn Stars'". The Huffington Post.
  5. ^ The papers are repeatedly referred to as "Pentagon" papers in the episode, however the cover of the top booklet reads "FBIS Reports 1–31 August 1972". The Foreign Broadcast Information Service is part of the Central Intelligence Agency, and not the Pentagon.
  6. ^ "Albrecht Durer Engraving: 'Pawn Stars' Big Score (VIDEO)". The Huffington Post. December 27, 2011
  7. ^ The seller indicates in the episode that the one dollar bill is from 1895, but the onscreen graphic indicates it is dated 1875.
  8. ^ "Episode Detail: Lord of the Ring - Pawn Stars". TV Guide. Retrieved November 12, 2012.
  9. ^ "Episodes: Pawn Stars - 191 total Episodes". TV Guide. Retrieved November 12, 2012.
  10. ^ Pawn Stars: The Complete Season 1 DVD Set. History Shop. accessed August 8, 2011.
  11. ^ Pawn Stars Season 2 DVD Set. History Shop. accessed August 8, 2011.
  12. ^ Pawn Stars Volume 3 DVD Set. History Shop. accessed August 8, 2011.
  13. ^ Picture of DVD cover shows that the set is called "Pawn Stars Volume 3", even though it is listed as Season 3.
  14. ^ Note: The episodes up to and including "Chummobile" are included in Volume 3 on iTunes, with the remaining episodes selling as Season 4.

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