Summer was finally here this past weekend as the temps got very close to 100. The bad news is that it was hot but the good news is that hottest temperatures will only be another 10-12 degrees hotter. If you do plan on coming to Las Vegas and visit the Gold and Silver Shop, be prepared for the heat. Bring water (they sell their own brand of water for $1 a bottle) wear lots of sun screen, wear a hat and dress for 100+ degree days. Since there is no shrubbery or trees by the shop, there is no shade, so it will be hotter than the actual temperature.
The bills were already authenticated and graded. Jay was the expert and was impressed with the collection. Jay said the Texas Government bill was worth about $5 to $10,000. The other notes were worth about a thousand each. The customer thought Jay was wrong. There was no deal. The customer was pissed, to say the least.
The next guy had a 1886 Winchester Repeating rifle. The guy wanted $5400 and Rick pointed out there were a lot of flaws and offered $1600 and then $1800 and settled on $1850.
The next guy brought "The Outlaw" printing plates for printing the posters/lobby cards of the movie.
Rick suggested the plates were for a newspaper. The guy wanted $3000 and Rick offered $300. The guy went down to $500 for only 1 plate and there was no sale.
The fun story of the episode was a shooting contest between Rick, Corey, Chumlee and the Old Man.
The next guy brought in a DZ Robot. The robots come Discovery Zone. The guy wanted $2500 and there was no counter offer, which was kind of surprising. No sale.
In the shooting contest, Rick used the Winchester and the others used more modern weapons. The Old Man looked like a gangster. In the end, the Old Man had the closest to the center.
In the second episode, the first guy brought in a 35 mm Bell and Howell movie camera from the military.
The next gy brought in a 3 trigger Stevens double barrel shotgun. The shotgun was in good shape. The guy wanted $100,000. Time for an expert. The age was 150 ears old. Jemison was the expert. He had only seen 3 or 4 of these shotguns. He said the shotgun was for hunting and was used quite a bit. He said the shotgun was worth $700 to $1000. Corey offered $500 and there was no sale. Another customer pissed at the expert.
The next guy brought in a 1961 Mercedes-Benz 191. It was tricked out with the skinny wheels and it bounced via airbags. Time for Danny as the expert. The guy wanted $36,000. Danny came down and was impressed but the engine needed some work. They took the drive down the Las Vegas Strip. Danny was stumped as to the worth. Rick liked the car and offered $20,000. The guy went down to $28,000 and there was no sale.
And that ends another 2 new episodes of Pawn Stars. They did not advertise any new episodes next week.
Thanks for stopping by and have a nice week.
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