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10+ Of The Most Incredible Finds On 'Pawn Stars'

jake.bean 11 Oct 2019

Alrighty, Pawn Stars historians of the future, welcome to the article where you'll find the most incredible finds on the show.

Make sure to cite me in your future work!

14. The Original 'Godfather' Script

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And it was autographed by Al Pacino! They offered the seller $500, but he turned them down and ended up selling it for a much higher price at an auction.

Final Price: $12,000

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13. An 1842 5th Edition Copy of the Book of Mormon

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Rebecca Romney had to come in to inspect this book to make sure it was legit and low and behold: it was.

So, the guys bought it, making a pretty sweet deal with the owner.

Final Price: $40,000

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12. A Bronze O.J. Simpson Statue

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Funnily enough, this one was brought in by Flava Flav, who wanted $125,000 for something a radio station just gave to him. The Pawn Stars guys didn't want it for that much.

(P.S. This won't be the last time you hear the name "O.J. Simpson" on this list).

Final Price: $80,000

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11. 1932 Lincoln Roadster

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This antique car was bought by Rick, and it was sold by a guy named Uncle Phil. After a bunch of negotiations, Rick managed to get Will's Uncle down to a price where he could buy the car.

Final Price: $95,000

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10. 2001 Pats Championship Ring

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It was former New England Patriots defensive back, Brock Williams that showed up and wanted to pawn his ring.

Brock used it as collateral for a loan, and never returned to get it. Now Rick owns it.

Final Price: $100,000

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9. Four Gold Bars

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Yep. They just straight up bought gold bars.

It was like something out of a movie, and if you've never seen gold bars before, check out this episode.

Final Price: $128,000

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8. An Ancient Roman Coin

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Not just any ancient Roman coin either, this was an Ides Of March Roman coin. John managed to get it from the seller for $140,000, but it was easily worth more.

Final Price: $140,000

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7. The Original 'Where The Wild Things Are' Artwork

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One fine day, Rick was approached by a dealer who said he had the original artwork for Where The Wild Things Are, a popular children's book.

After some negotiation, they managed to get it.

Final Price: $310,000

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6. JFK's Humidor

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There were even some untouched cigars in this former President's humidor.

Rick managed to get it for $60,000 and sold it for even more money. A lot more.

Final Price: $575,000

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5. A Guitar Jimi Hendrix Played

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Not just any guitar either, it was his 1963 Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar.

It was the owner who turned Rick down because Rick offered him a measly $600,000.

Final Price: $750,000

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4. The Beatles' Original Contract

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What a piece of history! Signed by all the original Beatles (including Pete Best) it must've been hard for the boys to turn this one down. If only the price was lower...

Final Price: 1 Million.

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3. Robosaurus

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This 40 foot robotic Tyrannosaurus Rex was featured on TV back in the late '80s.

It must've been next to impossible for the boys to pass up, but the price was too steep.

Final Price: 1 Million.

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2. O.J. Simpson's Ford Bronco

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That's right, they found the Ford Bronco.

They almost had it too, but when the seller wanted way too much money for it, Rick had to turn it down.

Final Price: 1.25 Million.

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1. George Washington's Suit

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That's right, you read that correctly. They found the suit worn by George Washington back in the 1750s.

Brian bought it in an auction and sold it to Rick.

Final Price: 2.5 Million.

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