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No featured audience reviews yet. Click the link below to see what others are saying about Pawn Stars: Season 12! Pawn Stars have a chance to buy a stage play from the night Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. But first they will have to establish its authenticity. Then Corey and Chum meet a modern renaissance man and buy his pair of Halbert spears. But before they can pull on the tights, the Old Man suspects there’s more to it than meets the eye. And later, Rick gambles on an elegant perpetual motion watch that he hopes will stand the test of time.
Rick has an opportunity to purchase a quartermaster spy from 1940 that could be from a World War II ship. Can he discover the ship he came from, or will this deal sink? Next, Corey considers buying a custom 1996 Harley Road King, but there is one significant flaw – the pink flame paint job. Will Corey get in touch with his feminine side, or will this bike be too hot to handle? The boys also meet with a man who hopes to sell the knives his grandfather smuggled out from WWII.
Best Of Pawn Stars
When Rick and the old man buy an antique winemaker from the 19th century, Chumley wants to put it into action. Will they succeed and brew a magnificent “Pawnshop Pinot”? The Pawn Stars also consider buying a replica of a 16th century signal cannon used to call ships while Rick looks at the most expensive pawn to ever enter the store – a semi-truck.
It’s Christmas at the pawn shop – it’s time to find out who’s been naughty, who’s been nice, who’s dressed as Santa and who’s paying the price. Pawn Stars are looking to buy revolutionary wartime currency that may have been printed by Ben Franklin – will they stop the press and make a deal? And later the woman brings in a battered battle ax believed to be from the 15th century.
Celebrate the holidays in Pawn Stars style as the Old Man surprises the gang with a special holiday treat. But nothing goes according to plan as the boys look back on their best and worst moments of the year and find out what happened to some of their most memorable items. After a trip down memory lane, will the Old Man be rewarded with a gift of gold or covered with a gift of coal?
When the Old Man worries about declining profits, he offers a steak dinner and cash prize as an incentive to increase numbers. As the boys compete for the win, they evaluate a supercharged motorcycle, a calculator from 1915, and some two-hundred-year-old buttons that might have something to do with George Washington. Who will receive the award?
Pawn Stars: The Richest Stars On The Show
The pawn shop heats up after Cory spends big buying a giant hot air balloon for 12 passengers – and breaks one of Rick’s golden rules in the process. Will Corey rise to the occasion and patch up the deal, or will his shrewd decision cut into the store’s profits? Then, when a man tries to sell his 1960 Gibson Les Paul classic guitar, Rick has some worries: Will the deal go through or fall through? And later, a man brings in a bottle of medicinal whiskey from Prohibition and the Old Man is forced to decide: buy, deny or drink?
In this episode, Rick is offered some of the craziest things to ever enter the store, from an expensive quilt made from celebrity autographs to an 1845 Harpers Ferry musket, one of which comes with a vintage surprise. Also on offer are a scientist selling ATM bills from the South Pole and a barber chair straight from Sweeney Todd. As the boys find out, nothing is as it seems.
Pawnshop stars have the chance to buy a 17th-century treasure chest that no one can open – even though what’s inside could make all the difference. Will they figure out how to get in and loot what’s inside or will they stay locked away keeping their contents a secret forever? Then when a man wants to sell a World War I three-sided trench knife, Rick has some concerns. And later, Rick and Cory prank the Old Man by “borrowing” his 1956 Chrysler Imperial. What really happened to that?
Rick and the old man want to buy a classic 1965 Shelby Cobra – one of the most expensive American racing cars. Will he burn the tire and close the deal or hit the brakes for a fake? Then Pawn Stars have the opportunity to buy a ship’s clock from a 1942 World War II ship that is only worth money if it ticks.
Pawn Stars Do America’ Series To Film In Boston, Providence In July; Seeks Extras
Pawn Stars want to buy an airplane propeller that may be historically linked to Charles Lindbergh – can they find an expert or documentation to confirm the connection or will this deal crash and burn? Then, when a man brings in a flint musket from the 1750s, Rick doubts its authenticity. And later the young man brings the Old Man a key chain that he believes belonged to Willie Nelson – the only question is – which one.
Pawn Stars get a call about a 1979 KISS pinball machine – can he still “Rock ‘n Roll All Nite,” or will he steal Corey’s quarter and KISS the deal goodbye? Then Rick is stunned when a woman brings in a 1914 $20 bill. Will they all walk away with new money, or will it turn out to be a dud? And when an old lightweight rider brings his classic 1982 Harley Davidson Shovel Head, Chumley decides to buy it for himself – but can he raise the money before the Old Man sells it off.
Cory has the chance to buy a wooden crossbow that hasn’t been fired in nearly 40 years – will it hold together and hit its target, or will it splinter, break and break the deal? Meanwhile, Rick blushes when a woman tries to sell her husband’s Playboy collection. Will he “read the articles” and buy the lot or pass on Hef’s ladies? Finally, the Pawn Stars attempt to sell one of their most prized items, the Ormolu Watch, aka the “Death Watch”.
The pawnshop stars travel back two centuries to colonial Boston, but is this salesman’s card the real deal or will the boys tell him to walk. Meanwhile, Chumlee’s purchase of fake art leaves Rick painting a different picture of him. Then the Pawn Stars will finally get their wings by buying the first plane in the store or excess baggage will keep this plane on the ground.
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Pawn stars are used to paying big bucks for the famous John Hancox, but will they know how to value one from the real John Hancock? Then the boys have the chance to buy a supposedly authentic Indiana Jones whip – but it all boils down to two words: Harrison Ford. And finally, will the purchase of a hot item by one of his underlings land Corey in hot water.
In this episode, Rick restores a gas station with a bird’s nest inside, Cory takes a quiz after misidentifying a Fabergé crystal glass – if he loses, he works in a graveyard, if he wins he gets $2,500 – and Rick buys bayonets.
The pawnshop stars want to buy a chopped 1929 Ford Coupe, but if they can’t agree on a price, will the deal end up rusting in the bone yard? Next, the cowboy wants to sell his mechanical calf strapping machine. Can Corey hold back without Chumlee scaring off the sale? And when the most beautiful pawn shop worker is still late, Rick and the old man hand out a fitting punishment. But is it enough to teach her a lesson?
Rick tries to remake a 1950s coke machine into a modernized collector’s item. Will his plan quench his thirst or will it fizzle out and fail? Meanwhile, Corey is offered an old pirate favorite: an 18th-century flintlock gun. But before he can pull the trigger, he’ll need to confirm it. In addition, Pawn Stars get the chance to purchase a 1941 Philco Radio. Will they choose