The Lion Of Lancaster
High Scores In Arcadia
Santa Ana Surprise
Who Wet the Sheets?
Ivy is forced to defend his turf or score big with a home field advantage, but it's Mary that cleans up.
Rene brings his father Gunter to help hunt for collectables and Ivy takes a gamble on something out of the ordinary.
Jarrod and Brandi's plans go awry as the buyers hit Santa Ana and Dave shows up looking to cause trouble.
Ivy tries to hit a high pay-off with a low buy-in while Darrell and Brandon limp into a locker that may leave them all wet.
For A Few Dollars More
Last Mattress Standing
Mayor of Margarita-Ville
The arrival of a mummified falcon gives the Pawn Stars a purchase to ponder. Plus, an autographed Harlem Globetrotters basketball from 1978 bounces in.
For A Few Dollars More: The guys deal with a seller who wants top dollar for every last piece of her collection. Later, they check out an awesome stash of Western wares. (S6, ep 31)
Darrell puts a plan in motion to net himself a big win. Meanwhile, Ivy changes strategy and focuses on obtaining collectible items.
Jarrod has trouble letting go of the reins after he and Brandi agree to let Alex and Bozek handle the auctions.
Reach for Raphael
Oldest Trick in the Book
There's No Business Like Snow Business
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.
A rare and signed copy of Seven Years in Tibet arrives in the shop. Corey and Chumlee check out a Three Stooges promotional projector.
Mountain Mayhem: Mike and Frank search a 135-year-old opera house packed with vintage Americana. Later, they battle to bring down a fellow picker's sky high prices. (S6, ep 32)
The bidders brave freezing temperatures as they hope to heat things up at the auctions.
From Dust Til Dawn
Mexican Grand Off
An original sketch from a popular animation comes into the shop. Plus, Rick is offered what is believed to be a first edition of Richard Nixon's memoir.
The Mega-Pick: Deals fly during a pick in Colorado. Down the road, a top-class car collection includes a 1961 Messerschmitt. How much are the guys willing to pay for it? (S6, ep 33)
Dave hits the action hard despite his dislike of the area, while Mary struggles through a locker hoping her profits don't go down the toilet.
The buyers head for San Diego with hopes of finding some south of the border treasure. Rene and Casey step up to defend their home turf against Darrell.
Middle-Aged Mutant Ninja Buyers
Dreams of Cookies and Cream
The team are spellbound when a book signed by the great Harry Houdini appears in the shop. Corey spots an old X-ray unit and Chum takes a vow of silence.
Backroad Barnstorming: The guys unearth ultra-rare skis for a Model T Ford as they pick one of the biggest barns they've ever seen. (S6, ep 34)
Rene can't help but go cowabunga over a collector's unit, while Jarrod and Brandi look to hit quick and easy.
The buyers head to Moreno Valley and descend upon auctions at a facility that has been known for great scores.
Frank's Holy Grail
Corey checks out a 1972 telegram that rejects Muhammad Ali from fighting in Alaska. A first edition copy of Oscar Wilde's The Happy Prince arrives in store.
Frank's Holy Grail: Frank is tempted to break the bank when he spots the 'holy grail of oil cans'. He and Mike continue their big spending at a huge mansion in Newport. (S6, ep 35)
Divide and Conquer
Law and Hoarder
Four new bladesmiths are put to the test when they must forge a bayonet blade and engineer it to attach to a rifle. After a round of tests, the final two bladesmiths are sent home to spend five days forging the legendary African blade, the Zulu Iklwa.
The guys double-team a packed property to find what they're looking for before nightfall. Plus, Mike discovers something living in the attic.
A Texas attorney lays down the law by day and by night is a super picker with a wild warehouse of eclectic stuff.
After chasing it for an entire year, Charles finally finds the classy 1962 Chrysler 300 he’s been dreaming of. He and his team now face the challenge of having only ten days to give it the customisation it deserves in time for World of Wheels.