Anyways, 2 new episodes of Pawn Stars tonight.
The next guy brought in a green 1955 First Edition 3100 Chevy pick up truck. It now has a 1968 engine in it nd the inside was not very good, especially the floorboards. the guy wanted $10,000. Time for Danny. Danny said it was worth to fix up and they took it for a test drive and Danny said it was worth $6500 and Rick offered $5000 and then $6500 and it was no sale.
The next guy brought in a collection of gaming tokens from Sen. Howard Cannon, a Senator from Nevada. The gaming tokens were silver and you could use them in slot machines. The guy wanted $6000 and Rick offered $1830 for all of them. they guy came down to $200 and Rick went to $1850, which was the selling price.
The Old Man found out the Admiral's Phone didn't work and so he had employee Travis make the radio work. He couldn't get it fixed.
The next guy came in a 1871 Smith and Wesson revolver. It wasn't very shiny, bu they, it's 142 years old. Rick didn't think the gun was made in 1871, he thought that was the patent date, so time for an expert, Jemison. He thought the gun was made in 1901 and so no sale an worth $50-100. No sale.
In the second episode, the first guy brought in 4 original paintings by Andy Warhol. http://www.warhol.org/
One picture was a naked girl angel, 2 pictures of shoes and a dressed girl picture. The paintings had some damage. The guy wanted $32,000 for all 4 paintings. Time for an expert, Brett who is an art appraiser. He put his gloves on and said the art work were prints and touched up by Warhol. The pictures were from the 1950's. He said they were worth about $10,000 to $15,000 each. Rick offered $20,000 and the guys tuck at $32,000. Rick then went to $25,000 and then bought them up for $27,000 cash money.
The next woman brought in a World War II bomber camera, made by the Fairfield Corp. It was a very large camera and used for reconnaissance filming. The lady $500 and Corey offered $200 and then @50 and was firm. The lady went down to $300 and that was the selling price.
On the night shift, Chumlee and Olivia were working but they let in another guy into the shop to sell his 10 Karot gold sunglasses. They bought the glasses based on the gold weight. Chumlee offered $315 and to $450 and then $525. The guy wanted $1000. $525 was the selling price. Rick was happy with the sale price when he came in.
The next guy brought in a rule book from 1913 and a baseball autograph by 2 Hall of Famer's from the 1919 Chicago White/Black Sox, the team who threw the 1919 World Series. http://www.mc.cc.md.us/Departments/hpolscrv/blacksox.htm
Rick said the rule book was a fake because of the modern staples and no discolored paper. Rick was not sure about the ball, so time for an expert, Drew came down. He said Ray Schalk and Red Faber and Drew said the ball/signature was real. Drew thought the ball was worth about $2000. Rick offered $600 and the guy wanted $1900. Rick went to $800 and the guy went down to $1400. Rick offered $900 and that was the selling price.
Just curious, are Chumlee, Corey and Rick good spokesmen for Miller 64 and their athletic commercial?