Stairway to Pawn
In the Doghouse
Break on Through
Rick checks out a bass guitar signed by Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones and The Who's John Entwistle, but is he all about that bass?
The guys check out a hand-drawn map from the Normandy invasion, as well as a mysterious old coin. Rick tries to build a kennel for his daughter's dog.
A painted door from the former home of The Doors' Jim Morrison shows up. Corey checks out some rare motorcycles, but can Rick stop him from overspending?
The guys check out a medal with links to Captain Cook and a putter from the famed 1963 Frank Sinatra Invitational. Plus, Rick's stress levels hit a new high.
No Pawn for You!
Live Long and Prosper
A signed script from Seinfeld hits the store, while Chum and Corey go over a barrel for a vintage Donkey Kong arcade machine.
A prop from the movie Cleopatra and a 1922 silver peace dollar make for an interesting day at the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop.
A signed picture of the original Star Trek cast and an Eli Whitney Civil War revolver both pique the Pawn Stars' interest.
The guys examine a letter from Founding Father James Monroe and a promotional Playboy chair. Chum tries to reinvent himself in the image of Hugh Hefner.
Pawn No Evil
The Smoking Gun
Rick the Giant
Chum checks out a Japanese animatronic monkey - is it worth a pretty penny or is the seller going to make a monkey out of him?
The guys check out the smashed guitar of KISS frontman Paul Stanley, Thomas Jefferson's personal copy of Jay's Treaty and a Brown Bess musket.
Rick unrolls work by Shepard Fairey, the artist who produced the famous President Obama posters. Corey and Chumlee look for a deal on a Mork figurine.
The guys check out Keith Haring artwork and a piece of Civil War history. Rick must deal with car salesman and shop regular Davey when he goes to buy a car.
Playboys and Players
Go for Chum
A set of playing cards from 1769 with a hidden political message shuffles into the shop, while Corey checks out a set of Charlie's Angels figurines.
A collection of Playboy Club memorabilia arrives in the shop. Plus, Corey and Chum check out a pair of old Murray bicycles.
Corey and Chum are starstruck by a collection of autographed postcards from some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Rick spots an authentic moonshine still.
The staff examine items signed by President Franklin D Roosevelt, as well as a rare photograph taken during baseball star Babe Ruth's debut season.
Pawn of Liberty
Reach for Raphael
Shufflin' and Hustlin'
Rick feels some good vibrations when an original Beach Boys surfboard rides into the shop, then checks out a unique painting of the Statue of Liberty.
The guys are awestruck by one of the rarest items ever to come through their doors - an artwork believed to be by Renaissance master Raphael.
Rick checks out an early version of Rip Van Winkle. Plus, Corey and Chum's eyes light up when they find a candle shaped like Richard Nixon's head.
The shop doors open on an etching by Pablo Picasso and a bat signed by legendary athlete Bo Jackson. Plus, Chum surprises the others by joining a book club.
Oldest Trick in the Book
Break Room Battle
Amongst the trinkets walking into the shop today are an autographed picture of John Belushi and a 1950s Jim Henson puppet, but are any of them worth big money?
A rare and signed copy of Seven Years in Tibet arrives in the shop. Corey and Chumlee check out a Three Stooges promotional projector.
The guys check out a tuneful antique circus calliope and letter signed by JFK. Plus, there's drama when Rick hangs an unique painting in the break room.
Corey negotiates over a 1900s dentist chair, while Rick checks out merchandise from the film Wayne's World. Plus, who could be Rick's new secret admirer?
Old Man Corey
Rick gives a limited edition 2014 Hertz Penske GT Mustang a test drive around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Rick goes back in TV time when a collection of original 1960s NBC posters roll up in the shop. Plus, a 1966 Harley Davidson rides through the doors.