A look at the technological achievements that streamlined 19th-century production, improved transportation, and expanded science were used to efficiently decimate a generation of soldiers in the early 20th century.
All ears ring when a rare keepsake from Seinfeld sends John O'Hurley into the shop; Rick travels east after a new ride; Rick chooses between the rare 1960s muscle car or the 1920s rum-running boat.
Rick tests a Civil War revolver; Chum gets excited when a personal piece of memorabilia from Lebron James comes through the doors; Rick falls hard for a 4,500-year-old meteorite; Corey, Chum and Antwan hit the road to score some unique motorcycles.
Corey and Chumlee spend the day in the sand testing an old-school 1960s dune buggy; Rick jives with the Jackson Five when an original autograph makes its way into the shop; props from Jerry Maguire storm in.
The shop is officially in session when excerpts from the first Continental Congress make their way in. Then Rick relives one of the worst disasters in history with actual wreckage from the Hindenburg. Later, Chumlee gets the chance to score a deal on the ultimate Happy Meal. Will Chumlee work fast enough for this bite?
A signed B.B. King guitar takes center stage at the shop. Then, Chum and Rick check out a house full of pop art inspired by the legendary Andy Warhol. Later, a Japanese sword mount has Corey on edge. Will Corey be able to get to the point and make this deal? English
Corey and Chumlee rock out with personal memorabilia from legendary AC/DC front man Angus Young. Next up, Hollywood rebel James Dean's ID bracelet finds its way into the shop before Rick heads east to score big with a rare relic from WWII.
Rick Dale steps in to help Corey and Chumlee vie for a shot at love by restoring an antique game from the 1900s; Rick sets his sights on a never-before-seen map from the Battle of Gettysburg.
All engines rev when Corey flips a limited-edition Dodge Demon; a vintage suit worn by the legendary Dale Earnhardt Sr. sends Corey and Chumlee racing.
Corey snipes an early 1800s prototype rifle made by the man who invented the Baker Rifle; one of Marlon Brando's most prized possessions shows up; an original work made by the one and only Pablo Picasso shapes up to be a great addition to the shop.
Rick and Chumlee head to Los Angeles to terminate a deal on several iconic set pieces from the movie; Corey rocks out with some Alice in Chains memorabilia; they test some old steel printing plates from the company that once issued U.S. currency.
Rick partners up with Rick Dale to prove to Corey that he struck oil with an old Gulf sign; an old 1930s collectible from the Indy 500 sends Chumlee racing; Corey snoops out what might be a Charles Schulz original illustration of Charlie Brown.
Rick plays ball with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on a bucket load of his most prized personal memorabilia; Chumlee goes for bronze with a bust of Michelangelo's famous Pietá; Rick receives some correspondence from Gen. George Armstrong Custer.
Chumlee is fired up to make a deal on one of Elon Musk's most popular toys; a limited-edition train set chugs its way into the shop; a Yankees World Series ring is up to bat.
A limited edition autographed Game of Thrones item is up for grabs. Then, as Chumlee stirs up commotion with an Amazonian blowgun, picker Spencer Victory drops by with an ancient Middle Eastern sword. Later, Rick checks out an intriguing collectible from an early 1900s Democratic National Convention.
Rick finds out what's inside a Funko Pop! Mystery Box; Rick Dale rescues a fire alarm system; the "Pawn Stars" rig up their motorcycles and hit the trail up to Oregon to outfit Rick's off-the-grid ranch with some new equipment.
Rick hits the road in search of his very own personal fire truck; Chumlee chases an antique item; Corey and Rick travel back to the '70s in pursuit of an exclusive item from the infamous journalist Hunter S. Thompson.
An 18th-century sea map from the legendary Captain Cook has Rick exploring a big deal; Chumlee haggles for a hilarious "Saturday Night Live" prop; an autographed piece of memorabilia from WWE star Roddy Piper; an antique bicycle.
Chum checks out an iconic "Austin Powers" movie prop; an ancient Roman relic; Rick tries to make a super deal on an autographed sketch of one of America's very first heroes.
A lot is on the line when a photograph of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln makes its way into the shop; an Easter egg signed by the entire Bush family sends Chumlee hopping; a relic from World War II that may have been used by President Ronald Reagan.
An original 1800s vampire defense kit; Rick gets a chance to purchase a work by American artist James Whistler; a prop from the James Bond movie "GoldenEye."
Corey bets it all on an original Triple Crown trophy; the guys call in Rick Dale to save what may be one of the very first rides from Coney Island; a Civil War relic causes a divide between Rick and a customer.
Rick heads east to test a rare 18th-century weapon; Corey takes a swing at a Mickey Mantle rookie card; military expert Alex brews something special for Rick's eyes only.
Go inside the colorful world of the pawn business. At the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop on the outskirts of Las Vegas, generations of the Harrison family run the family business, and there’s clashing and camaraderie every step of the way.