Items appraised include a fully functional brass hand cannon that Rick recognizes as having been made in the past 20 years; a three-wheeled prop taxi from the science fiction film Freejack ; a San Francisco Giants uniform owned by Willie Mays; and a poster for the Beatles last official concert, on August 29, in Candlestick Park , San Francisco.
Also, Rick and Chumlee form a wager over Chumlee's accuracy with the hand cannon. Also, Corey and Chumlee are assigned to do the shop's annual inventory check, both for tax purposes and to decide which employee will get the store's " booby prize " for the buying the most number of items that have failed to sell.
Items appraised include a book signed by Shoeless Joe Jackson; and an MTV2 Video Music Award "Moonman" statuette that lacks an inscription or any indication of the person to whom it was awarded; a "proto-double-action",. Roosevelt reelection poster for the United States Presidential election. Items appraised include a fork from the Hindenburg , brought in by the nephew of a Marine who guarded the wreckage; a dilapidated Packard Baker which Rick wishes to purchase but which the Old Man characterizes as scrap metal; an In a crossover with other History programs set at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally , the Harrisons prepare to give Chumlee the Harley-Davidson FXR for his 30th birthday, but not before leading him to believe that they forgot his birthday, and giving him mundane chores.
Danny Koker of Counting Cars has a cameo. Continuing the Sturgis crossover from the previous episode, Corey, Chumlee and Danny Koker ride to the event, while Rick drives there in his motorhome. Items that catch Rick's attention at Ugly Trailer Antiques in Hurricane, Utah include a year-old player piano and a samurai helmet from the late Edo period that Rick informs the owner is worth more than the owner thinks.
Items appraised include a Babe Ruth baseball card from his time as a pitcher for the Red Sox , the first ever to feature him in a Major League uniform, found in the back yard shed of the seller; a Model artillery officer's sword made in France from to , whose seller thinks was used in the War of , which his grandfather found when cleaning out a building in Pittsburgh; a Pancho Villa marionette brought in during the night shift by a seller who has owned it for 44 years; one of the first polyphonic PS3 keyboards with rhythmic accompaniment , used by the band Three Dog Night when recording the single " It's a Jungle Out There ", which includes by a letter signed by Danny Hutton ; and two Victorian-era stained glass windows.
Items appraised include an Also, Corey, who wishes to be a partner in the shop, chafes against the elder Harrisons' complaints about his practice of aiding employee cheating on time cards. Items appraised include four antique pistols from the s; a ring that was allegedly owned by a Catholic cardinal ; and John Wayne 's yearbook. Items appraised include a Hudson Commodore ; an ancient fire starter ; and a fossilized mastodon tusk.
Items appraised include a pig-shaped barbecue grill with a motorized rotisserie from the s or s; an authentic English Grenadier Guard 's uniform from the reign of George VI —52 that was purchased by the seller, a costume shop owner, when he bought out another costume shop 30 years earlier; a rare, s transparent bowling ball that houses a rose within it, only of which were produced, much like the one used by Ernie McCracken Bill Murray in the feature film comedy Kingpin , which was purchased in an antique shop; and a guitar whose body is made from a tortoise shell that Rick needs to date to determine if he can legally purchase it.
Items appraised include an ancient Yasutsugu katana , or samurai sword, circa , brought in by the same man who sold the shop a Grammy Award in "Bumpy Ride"; a World War II-era Western Electric Beachmaster announcement amplifier, used by the military to direct beach landings, which was found abandoned in a building in the California desert 25 years earlier; and an early s Oscar Onken Company DeLuxe necktie press. Also, Rick is concerned over the amount of coffee his father drinks, and secretly switches him to decaf. Items appraised include a Chevrolet Quarter Mile racecar; a collection of ten different barbed wire designs; a U.
Navy sextant from the U. Hector ; and an antique Thurston sawing in half box. Also, the men engage in a miniature golf competition, with the loser having to wash the others' cars. Items appraised include a bronze statue of the Rampant Colt, the symbol of Colt Firearms, 29 of a limited edition of ; a World War II Japanese Tuckydanto Type 89 knee mortar ; a signed copy of Wayne Gretzky 's last New York Rangers contract; and a collection of six Japanese throwing stars that were purchased at a yard sale. Also, Rick and Corey make a bet to see who can buy an item with the greater profit margin.
Observing that Corey has become irritable as he awaits for an answer from the elder Harrisons to his demand for a partnership, the Old Man tells Rick that they must give Corey an answer.
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Also, Corey teaches Chumlee how to use Skype so he can contact the Harrisons when appraising possible purchases. Also, Rick and Chumlee bet as to who can shoot the rifle more accurately. Items appraised include the Christmas Day dinner menu from Alcatraz Prison ; a bomber jacket said to have been worn by Captain Henry S. Huidekoper, a World War II fighter pilot whose plane took bullets and 6 cannon shots during his time flying with the Hell Hawks; a seat from Dodger Stadium that the seller acquired in when the stadium was being remodeled; and a pink Fiat Spider convertible.
Also, Chumlee organizes a Christmas party, over the objections of the Old Man, who feels the shop's expansion has made the annual event too expensive. Items appraised include the militaria belonging to U. Cook, including his medals and documents signed by seven U. Also, Chumlee throws the shop's Christmas party at Danny Koker's bar, Vamp'd, and adamantly imposes strict rules of secrecy regarding the Secret Santa gift exchange, though for reasons that eventually surprise the Harrisons.
Danny Koker and Rick Dale have cameos. Items appraised include a collection of props from the horror film Child's Play , including knives, a voodoo doll and an amulet, brought in by a man who worked as a production assistant on that film; a football signed by members of the Chicago Bears , including Gale Sayers , Brian Piccolo and coach George Halas , given to the seller's uncle by player Ronnie Bull ; and a Gibson banjo.
Also, Chumlee is inspired to make a film, The Pawning , about the goings-on at the shop. Items appraised include an Sharps buffalo rifle; a framed aphorism signed by Mark Twain ; a trinitite souvenir from the Manhattan Project that was purchased at auction; and a collection of five late s pickle casters brought in by a chef who has been collecting them since the s. Also, Chumlee begins to follow the Old Man around the shop in the hope of hearing some notable aphorisms that he can frame and sell for a profit. Items appraised include a copy of the book F.
Meets Ibn Saud , signed by the author William A. Eddy , discovered by the seller during a foreclosure cleanout; a scissor katar found in a garage by the owner of a local junk-hauling franchise; a Picasso lithograph, originally given to the seller's grandfather by Picasso himself; a saddle used John Wayne's horse in the film True Grit. Items appraised include a juror questionnaire from the O. Simpson murder trial ; a collection of jerseys signed by Dennis Rodman , brought in by Rodman's ex-wife in order to pay for their daughter's tuition; a s BMC pedal tractor; and a World War II M cipher machine.
Rick Dale of American Restoration has a cameo. Eisenhower by the press corps. Items appraised include a single-person Airboard hoverboard ; a Confederate Civil War ribbon that has been passed down through the seller's family, beginning with his great-great grandfather, who fought in the war; a trading card said to contain a strand of George Washington 's hair, and signed by Washington; and a black, carbon fiber Star Wars Stormtrooper helmet. Also, comments by the others about his weight spur Chumlee to visit a nutritionist.
Also, when Chumlee calls out sick, Corey goes to Chumlee's house to investigate. Items appraised include a set of keys to the Cook County jail cell where Al Capone was housed during his tax evasion trial; a Japanese kamikaze helmet, brought home by the seller's brother after World War II; an half dollar salvaged in from the wreckage of the SS Republic ; and the gray and gold video game cartridges that were played in the Nintendo World Championships. Also, Rick tasks Corey and Chumlee with finding the Old Man's collection of pennies that he has been hoarding due to the metallic content of the pennies.
Items appraised include a letter written by Franklin D. Manning, and later acquired by Buffalo Bill and returned to Manning's daughter, May Manning Lilly and her husband, Pawnee Bill , which may be the second one of its kind ever made; and a collection of s Bradley Co.
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Also, Rick reacts to the repeated theft of his lunch from the staff room. Items appraised include a customized Ford roadster built by the seller with an aftermarket body; the claymation figure of Marilyn Manson that was used in four episodes of the animated TV series Celebrity Deathmatch , which the seller purchased by someone who worked in that show's production; a collection of three transistor radios that were among the items the United States dropped into Vietnam as part of the U.
Items appraised include a collection of postcards featuring early 20th century boxers, including a signed one of Jack Johnson ; a collection of props from the original Star Trek series, including a phaser , a communicator , a first draft script of the feature film The Voyage Home , and a Tribble ; and a Cold War-era Air Force cockpit clock, taken from a plane by the seller's uncle, an airplane mechanic. Also, Rick and the Old Man give Chumlee a desk to work on, but later come to regret it.
Items appraised include an ancient shekel of Tyre ; two original Duesenberg presentation drawings; a pair of engraved Colt Army revolvers; and a case of 25 cans of military emergency water, which was found under the floorboards of the decommissioned Peacekeeper missile launch control center at F. Warren Air Force Base by the seller's contractor father. Items appraised include a Masco guitar amplifier that belonged to Hank Williams, Sr. Items appraised include a campaign hat and poster from John Kennedy 's Presidential campaign ; a Smith carbine rifle from the Civil War brought in by Rob, a store regular and a major gun collector seen in previous episodes; a collection of seven original Kenner Star Wars action figures; and a custom-carved table modeled after the lower half of a man wearing a Scottish kilt.
Also, the men urge Corey to watch Star Wars in order for him to gain insight into the collector market for that franchise's memorabilia. Items appraised include the cigar box that John F. Kennedy owned while at the White House, which still holds several unsmoked cigars; an Colt Walker. Also, Rick's worries over his father's poor diet prompt him and Corey to steal the sweets that the Old Man receives from a Pie of the Month club, while Chumlee struggles to maintain an improved diet and exercise program.
Items appraised include a poster of alternative album art for the Beatles' Sgt.
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Also, Rick has the shop's collection of classic rock vinyl records moved into the showroom, but Corey and Chumlee, who are given the task, are skeptical that the items will sell. Items appraised include a 19th-century medical instrument for removing tonsils.
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Also, after tricking Rick into believing that they had forgotten his birthday, Chumlee, Corey and the Old Man surprise him with a ticket to Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp, where he is given the chance to perform with one of his idols, Roger Daltrey. Items appraised include a s recorded interview between the customer and an angry President John Kennedy. Rick and the customer travel out of the pawn shop to visit historical artefact expert Mark at the Clark County Museum where they are able to listen to the interview to confirm its originality.
Chumlee is upset at the way the Old Man treats him at work and tries to get video evidence of employee maltreatment. Items appraised include a gold disc for , copies sold of the debut album by rock band Kiss ; and a Confederate pinfire revolver. However, Corey soon discovers that Chumlee knew all along and used the prank as an excuse to have the day off. Items appraised include a s Chevrolet Corvair ; and a check reportedly signed by former vice president Aaron Burr.
Also, Corey continues to try to get his revenge on Chumlee, by painting a slogan on the back of his truck. However, Chumlee discovers this and in return fills Corey's truck full of packing peanuts. Items appraised include a European pocketwatch from the s which intrigues Rick due to its well constructed design; and a pair of punching bags reportedly owned by Rocky Marciano , one of which, weighing lb, is the heaviest punching bag ever known to have been used to train a professional boxer. The Old Man expresses his determination to show off his boxing skills.
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While Corey is away buying himself a motorcycle, his dog spends the day at the shop. Items appraised include an antique gambling device; a Jim Daly oil painting; an s pull stroller; and a Hardtail Bobber rat bike. Also, Corey and Chumley go paintballing , during which Corey injures himself.