Pawning was the leading form of consumer credit in the U.S. until the 1950s. Pawn Stars takes you inside the colourful world of the pawn business, one that is still helping everyday people today make ends meet.
The Harrison family lives and breathes the pawning business. In season twenty four, they use their sharp-eyed skills to carefully assess the value of items their colorful customers bring in, objects ranging from the obscure to the truly historic.
S24 E11: Maximum Pawnage
Chum finds a 1920s Baccarat bottle for Ybry perfume. Rick examines a sealed "Spiderman and Venom: Maximum Carnage" video game. Corey evaluates an 1800s gambling kit. Later, Rick and Corey inspect an autocannon from the Pearl Harbor attack.
S24 E12: Yay Or Neigh?
When a customer soars into the shop with a rare H.G. Wells book - and an astronomical asking price - will Corey shoot for the stars? Next, there's no horsing around when a statue made of turquoise moseys on in. Will it be a yay, or a neigh for Rick?
S24 E13: There's No Crying In Pawn Stars
Chum tries to put his best foot forward when a Nike Lebron sneaker hits the counter. Will it be a slam dunk? Then, Rick keeps a close watch on a seller who comes in with a signed Pulp Fiction poster. Can he negotiate a royale-y good price?
S24 E14: Samurai, Stones And Skateboards
Rick and Corey dart out of the shop to check out a 1968 convertible. Will the negotiations be speedy, or will the duo dodge a bad deal?