A John Wilkes Booth "Wanted" poster; a fighter pilot's G-suit; and a 1930s Chicago police badge.
A 1937 Oldsmobile; and an Olympic torch.
A speed boat that needs repairs is considered. Also: a 1901 Edison Phonograph; and sculptures cast in solid gold, but painted black.
A 19th-century winemaker, which is tested; a 16th-century replica signal cannon; and a semi truck.
Items evaluated include a whiskey flask from the Civil War, 19th-century dueling pistols, and the original contract for the Who's Woodstock performance.
A Kentucky long rifle from the Civil War; a rare G.I. Joe nurse doll; and a set of silver dishes taken from Hitler's mountain retreat, the Eagle's Nest.
A 1960s U.S. Marine vehicle; a collection from former attorney general J. Howard McGrath; and an electronic horse-race analyzer.
A 1918 Buick touring car; a tennis racket signed by Arthur Ashe; and a set of fake books that were used to smuggle guns out of Germany after WWII.
A 1955 Chevy pickup truck; a Smith and Wesson top-break revolver; and a 1950s admiral's telephone from a Navy ship.
Guitarist Slash's driver's license; a pair of slippers that were supposedly owned by Pope Leo XIII.
A 1920s Charles Lindbergh doll; an antique poster of a sword-swallowing act; and a harmonica purportedly played by Steven Tyler of Aerosmith.
A Cushman scooter that was allegedly used by paratroopers during WWII.
A Shuffle Alley bowling machine; a movie prop from "The Godfather."
A 1968 Ford Mustang GT fastback; an 1858 Smith and Wesson Model 1 pistol; a WWII telegraph set.
Viking swords; a Fender Stratocaster guitar that was played by Jimi Hendrix.
A Ronco pocket fisherman; a Babe Ruth signature glove.
A Turbo Man action figure; a poster from Abraham Lincoln's 1864 reelection campaign.
A promotional Playboy chair; a handwritten letter signed by James Monroe.
Items include a double-barrel Coaching gun from the 1800s, a rare LeMat pistol, a mint condition Gatling gun, two Soviet missile-launch keys and a post-Civil War cannon.
A surprise birthday party is planned for Chumlee. Also: a military ID signed by Marilyn Monroe; a copy of Beethoven's 6th Symphony.
Items include a 1965 Panama Canal service medal and a Renaissance-era crossbow. Later, Chumlee's in hot water after failing to call in an expert.
Pawn Stars personal favorites include a Steve McQueen-owned motorcycle, a 2004 New England Patriots Super Bowl ring, an 1484 book and a 1986 Buick.
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