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This series opens the doors to the only family-run pawnshop in Las Vegas, where three generations of the Harrison family use their sharp-eyed skills to assess what's real and what's fake. Objects the colorful customers bring in range from the obscure to the truly historic, and it's up to the guys at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop -- with help at times from their network of experts -- to reveal the sometimes surprising answer to "What's this worth?"

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A young man wants to trade a 1750 blunderbuss for an engagement ring; the shop gets a chance to purchase a fighter jet ejection seat; a man hoping to make his rent wants to pawn an original 1966 Schwinn Stingray bicycle.
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Rick tries to refurbish a 1950s Coke machine to make it a modernized collector's item; Corey is offered an 18th-century flintlock pistol; 1941 Philco radio.
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Corey gets in trouble for buying a 1984 Chris-Craft boat without testing it first; an old-timer brings in a loaded 1849 Colt revolver; rare 1954 Gretsch guitar previously owned by actor Robert Duvall.
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A circa 1861 Civil War saber lands in the shop, but questions are raised about its authenticity; Fender guitar autographed by Chuck Berry; 1916 cash register.
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Rick wants to test fire an 18th-century cannon that could be worth $40,000 before making an offer; a woodworker wants to pawn his 1.5-ton table saw; a man tries to sell his replica Roman armor.
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Old Pac-Man game; a medieval knight's jousting helmet could be worth $30,000 if it's real; Chum Lee is given the potentially dangerous task of firing an 1884 Trapdoor rifle to see if it works properly.
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Rick refurbishes a gas pump that had a bird's nest inside; after misidentifying a Faberge crystal glass, Corey takes a quiz with graveyard shift duty at stake; Rick buys bayonets.
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The shop team considers buying a chopped 1929 Ford coupe; a cowboy wants to sell a calf-roping machine; the prettiest pawn shop employee is punished for continuing to be tardy.
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Verifying the authenticity of a baseball signed by the 1951 World Series champion New York Yankees; Rick checks out a 25-piece Knights of the Round Table set; the shop has a chance to buy a West Point cadet jacket worn by a famous general.
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A 1962 Lincoln Continental with suicide doors; an 1857 billfold contains Confederate money; a 1942 Gibson L7 guitar.

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