A series following a family-run pawnshop in Las Vegas. In the opener, Rick decides whether to buy a 19th-century cannon, and he decides to test-fire it first; a woodworker wants to pawn his table saw; and a man hopes to sell his Roman armor replica.
A 1962 Lincoln Continental is purchased; and a man comes to the shop with an 1857 billfold containing Confederate money. Also: a 1942 Gibson L-7 guitar that was supposedly once played for Al Capone during a birthday party.
A baseball autographed by the 1951 World Series Champion New York Yankees is brought to the shop; a 25-piece Knights of the Round Table set is assessed. Also: a West Point cadet jacket from the early 1900s, which was reportedly owned by a famous general.
An airplane propeller that might be linked to Charles Lindbergh is considered; a man brings in an 18th-century Flintlock musket; and a young man claims he has a key chain that belonged to Willie Nelson.