The descriptions of the items listed in this article reflect those given by their sellers and others in the episodes prior to their appraisal by experts as to their authenticity, unless otherwise noted.
Items appraised include an 1890 Hotchkiss gun used during the American Indian Wars that could be worth up to ,000 if it can be authenticated with a test firing; a replica Roman armor suit brought in by a former casino employee; and a 1.5-ton Knapp table saw whose transportation back to the shop proves challenging.
Items appraised include a 1961 Lincoln Continental whose restoration costs may break the shop's investment; a 1942 Gibson L-7 guitar whose owner claims was played for Al Capone on his birthday; Confederate money; and an Atari 2600 home video game console with a collection of game cartridges.
Items appraised include a baseball autographed by the 1951 World Series Champion New York Yankees that needs to be authenticated; a 25-piece Knights of the Round Table chess set cast in pewter; and a 1909 West Point Cadet jacket owned by World War II Lieutenant General Oscar Griswold.
The Old Man and Corey form a bet on Corey's ability to resell a Rolex GMT for more than ,800 USD that would require either the Old Man to wear Ed Hardy pants to work, or Corey to wear a suit and tie.
Items appraised include an 1849 colt revolver; a rare 1954 Gretsch Guitar whose owner says was used by Robert Duvall in the 1983 film Tender Mercies; a set of three 1967 Salvador Dalí artist's proof woodcut prints; and a 1984 Chris-Craft boat that Corey buys without testing it first, much to his father and grandfather's anger.
The Old Man sets up a cuss jar due to habitual swearing on the part of the shop's staff.
Items appraised include a dilapidated 1950s Coca-Cola machine brought in by Ron Dale (the brother of recurring restoration expert Rick Dale and future castmember of American Restoration); an 18th-century flintlock pistol that needs authentication; and a 1941 Philco Radio.
The series is filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada, where it chronicles the activities at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, a 24-hour family business operated by patriarch Richard "Old Man" Harrison, his son Rick Harrison, Rick's son Corey "Big Hoss" Harrison, and Corey's childhood friend, Austin "Chumlee" Russell.After Rick's wife asks him to give his niece, Kirsten, a job at the shop, Rick offers Corey his long-desired raise if he can successfully train her to distinguish a real Rolex watch from a fake one.Items appraised include a 1750s blunderbuss gun whose owner needs to buy an engagement ring; a fighter jet ejection seat claimed to be from World War II; a collection of Vegas autographs that once belonged to a brothel owner; and a 1966 Schwinn Sting-Ray bicycle.After the Old Man misidentifies a Carson City silver dollar, he is cajoled into getting an eye exam.
Items appraised include an autographed Chuck Berry Fender guitar; a 1861 Civil War cavalry saber whose unsharpened blade gives Rick cause for doubt; a Native American energy totem; and a 1916 National Cash Register.
Items appraised include a 1930s Wayne gas pump that needs to be restored; a 1930s slot machine; and a collection of three German World War II bayonets whose modifications cause concern for Rick.