Saturday, April 19, 2014

Pawn Stars Review: March 6, 2014 Episode

Sorry again for being late but i am tying to catch up this weekend on all the shows.
From March 6, 2014, the story line was some kids maybe 2nd grade came into the store for a field trip.  Corey started the tour and after a few kid questions, he allowed them to play hide and seek.Some found the Old Man who gave them candy and then later, ice cream.  Corey had the kids cleaning the glass windows.  Rick gave the kids a history lesson and the kids survived the tour.

The first guy brought in a 1965 Semie Moseley's Blue Gospel Guitar: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semie_Moseley
http://www.mosrite-guitars.com/
Moseley was the founder of Mosrite guitars.  The seller got the guitar from Moseley 44 years ago.  The guy wanted $100,000.  Time for an expert, Jesse.
Jesse said the guitar from 1967 and it was worth $25,000 and the customer was not too happy.  In the end, Jesse wasn't too happy with the customer.  There was no sale with Rick not making an offer.

The next guy brought in a trade stimulator from 1892.  It's a dice gambling machine.  Chumlee offered $1000 and the guy wanted $3000 with the sale price of $2200.
The next guy brought in some autographed pictures of members of the Enola Gay.  http://airandspace.si.edu/collections/artifact.cfm?object=nasm_A19500100000
The guy wanted $1500 and The Old Man wanted it checked out by Rebecca.  She said the signatures were real and worth $600.  The guy came down to $600.  Chumlee offered $400 and there was no sale.
Thanks for stopping by and I will try and get more out tomorrow.

3 comments:

  1. The guy trying to sell the Mosrite guitar apparently sold it online for around $107,000 -- so apparently his own valuation was a lot closer than Rick's or Jesse's.

    Probably not often that this is going to happen, but on one-of-a-kind specialty items, value is extremely hard to predict.

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  2. I saw the listing for $107,500. It said the listing ended. Doesn't necessarily mean it sold.

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  3. I saw the listing for $107,500. It said the listing ended. Doesn't necessarily mean it sold.

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