2009-Present Reality TV
Pawn Stars focuses on Rick Harrison and his family who own and run a pawn shop on the Vegas strip and come across items with great historical value on a daily basis. It is up to the Harrisons to assess the value and authenticity of each item and then haggle with the prospective buyer for a suitable price. It’s a gamble every time they choose to pay for an article because Rick and his family know that if they assess the value of any item wrong, they’re stuck with an old article that will probably stay with them for a long time!
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Pawn Stars Damn Yankees
The Old Man tries to hit a home run with a 1951 baseball signed by the World Series Champion New York Yankees, but is it for real? Rick checks out a Knights of the Round Table set with all pieces accounted for.
Pawn Stars The Greatest Pawn on Earth!
An early edition of P.T. Barnum's autobiography has Rick willing to perhaps pay more for the book than it's worth. Curiousity is peaked when Rick is faced with a rare 1966 Doge Charger, complete with a Hemi engine. A Napoleonic era sword fascinates Chum.
Pawn Stars Some Serious Coinage
A sale of the first American coin ever made has Rick thinking it was 'mint' to be, but at a serious cost. Corey and Chum envision a future for an antique 'Jetsons' cartoon lunchbox that is zooming across their counter. Rick gets ancient self-help.
Pawn Stars Can't Pawn Me Love
The Venetian Hotel hosts some pricey illustrations from the children's book, 'Where the Wild Things Are,' which greatly intrigue Rick. At the shop, an ultra-rare Beatles vinyl collection impresses Chum. Chum also finds an antique hot dog bun warmer.