Pawn Stars Episodes (25)
A first edition of Oscar Wilde's 'The Happy Prince' comes into the shop; a 1972 telegram that rejects Muhammad Ali from fighting in Alaska.
A collection of items signed by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt comes into the shop; a valuable photograph of Babe Ruth from his rookie season; Chumlee tries to get money back that he lends to Rick.
A signed handwritten letter from James Monroe comes into the shop; Corey and Chumlee make a move for an authentic promotional Playboy chair; Chumlee tries to remake himself in the image of Hugh Hefner.
The Smoking Gun
A Brown Bess musket comes into the shop; Thomas Jefferson's private copy of Jay's Treaty; a smashed guitar from KISS frontman Paul Stanley comes by.
Rick Gets Axed
A piece of original artwork from the 1995 Batman-Spiderman crossover comic comes into the shop; Rick looks at a deadly Revolutionary War halberd; Chum's complaints inspire a casual Friday at the shop.
Rick the Giant
Art posters by Shepard Fairey, the same artist who produced the famous President Obama posters; Corey and Chumlee check out a Mork figurine; Rick and Chum try to decide if they are friends or just coworkers.
Rick looks at an 1800s first edition book about the Underground Railroad; a complete set of baseball cards given only to troops during Desert Shield is brought in; Chumlee tries to come up with his own collectible.
A signed Red Hot Chili Peppers album comes into the shop; a Mobo Bronco toy comes in.
Handprints signed by Sylvester Stallone come into the shop; Rick seeks out two signed Norman Rockwell lithographs; Chumlee tries to prove he is more active than everyone thinks he is by entering an arm-wrestling competition.
All Hail Rick
Revolutionary War documents signed by King George III come into the shop; a pair of Cushman Scooters; the guys all take part in a competitive shoot-out after checking out a BB gun in the shop.
Live Long and Prosper
An Eli Whitney Civil War revolver comes into the shop; Corey checks out a signed picture of the original Star Trek cast; Corey un-friends Chumlee on social media, so Chumlee decides to un-friend Corey in real life.
A 1951 Willys Wagon enters the shop; a pair of 19th Century European swords come into the shop; the guys realize Rick hasn't shown up for work.
One Man's Junk
A baseball believed to be signed by the 1959 World Series Champions, the Dodgers, comes into the shop; a rare Berndt-Maurer 1930s movie camera; Rick bars all junk food from the shop.
Last Call Pawn
A Line Drive Pinball Machine comes into the shop; an 1895 Morgan Dollar; Chum oversees a shift at Corey's new bar.
Concert posters signed by Johnny Cash and Stevie Ray Vaughn come into the shop; Rick checks out original blueprints of the Hoover Dam; Chum breaks Rick's new expensive sunglasses.
A 1965 Panama Canal service medal is presented to the shop; Corey sets his sights on a renaissance era crossbow; Chumlee finds himself in hot water after he fails to call in an expert.
A Superman vs. Muhammad Ali comic book; an Edward Hopper charcoal piece; Rick feels that all the office phones are broken.
Hot Wheel of Fortune
The world's rarest Hot Wheels car, the Beach Bomb 1, comes into the shop; Rick gets creative when checking out an etching by Rembrandt; Chum decides to write his memoirs.
A signed first edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz comes into the shop; Corey goes to look at a one-of-a-kind Turbo Drive II arcade game; Rick hunts for a package that was supposedly delivered to him.
Rick goes to look at 1966 Chevy II; a program from the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty; Corey attempts to convince Rick to buy him a company car.
Two original 1 comic books from the Avengers and Giant Size X-Men series come into the shop; a cane belonging William Pinkerton from the infamous Pinkerton detective agency; Chumlee leaves work to track down his own comic book collection.
Locked and Loaded
A 1763 flintlock pistol fires into the shop; Rick scopes out a 1890s telescope cane; Rick and Chumlee visit a galaxy far, far away to see screen-used Star Wars props.
Old Man Corey
Corey is tempted when a 1966 Harley-Davidson rolls into the shop; Rick looks at a collection of 1960s NBC promotional posters; the guys inform Corey that he has gray hair.
An original "Rocky & Bullwinkle Show" sketch; a possible first edition of Richard Nixon's memoirs.