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When Celebrities Attempt to Sell Items On Pawn Stars

Apr 24, 2024
Over there? It's not a very big number. In fact, a couple of years ago I saw one without signatures for over $6,000, that's right. This is the real deal, so

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the playback comes up short and I mean it's literally on the long, it has to be 40 high. Look we are coming in at just a hair short of 40 which raises some concerns the other one is in the The image of his chest has a printer error in the reproduction that they are white specks and unfortunately sir I see some white specks here on his chest, so this is a reproduction of the poster, okay, we even have it.Your $5 milk Che, another expert comes to inspect the poster.
when celebrities attempt to sell items on pawn stars
If you had the entire cast together on this poster, you'd be looking at $155,000 or more. Everything is in a different pen. I have no idea if it's legit or not. I want to take a look at just the autograph comparison Samuel Jackson straight through a beautiful autograph I don't see any John Travolta John Travolta gets to the point quickly once again I don't see the correct letter formations here Tim Roth just runs through it Looks like someone is trying to imitate that here, it's pretty obvious that whoever made this had no idea what even some of the signatures look like, so none of them are real, at all, no one is putting this together.
when celebrities attempt to sell items on pawn stars

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I have no doubt that one. The guy just signed all of these, so sorry, better luck next time it's been a long day. I think we're going to have a real cheese party in this video. We have a gun smoke brought in by a customer to

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. This was used in Gunsmoke in 1957 and 1958 Gunsmoke, the TV show, yes sir, this holster, the cartridges are located in the back, this one has two additional ones in the front, making it very unusual and rare late of the 1950s, it was the highest-rated television show, the owner shows Rick the paperwork. so you have the movie prop numbers, yes sir, these documents came directly from Steam Bridge Gun Rentals.
when celebrities attempt to sell items on pawn stars
This case was used in the series at the time. Rick takes the gun in his hands to take a closer look, why are you so nervous about just a prop gun, why does it have a firing pin? You need a firing pin to fire blanks. Yeah, if you tried to put a bullet in this thing and shoot it, it would explode in your hand right here, much smaller than the holes in the back. This gun doesn't shoot at all. How much do you want for it? 1200. I'm thinking more like $500. I mean, I have to re

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this thing.
when celebrities attempt to sell items on pawn stars
I need at least 800 for it. 700. Can we split the difference and leave? 750 700. deal, this guy comes in with a cool doll surprise surprise Mr. T, yeah, this is cool, we have the floor. Mr. T comes with a full tool kit, so whether you are a Mr T fan or who was a Mr T fan, he is famous for being on the team and everyone knows how badass he was. I know he was a college football player who was expelled his freshman year. He ends up getting a job as a bouncer in Chicago. He knows Vester Stallone, who cast him in Rocky 3, which was just the catapult for him. everything else, where did you get these things?
I grew up watching him, he was the first one on the hood with the Mohawk so we thought he was cool, my little cousin had this one but he had these two since he was a little kid, any ideas? How much do you want three, okay, I have no idea how much this is worth. My man ory decides to bring in an expert. You couldn't have had the 80s without Mr Te, I mean he was my hero. He wants 300 for everything. How much is this worth? He looks in very good shape. He misses his wife. We, of course, maybe the sun changes color.
Some of us have the box here. We have all the accessories. We're probably looking at 275 for everything. That's all I needed to know, man, I appreciate the customer. He insists on the price he offered, what did that man tell you? It doesn't matter because I'm only going to offer you 100 dollars, hey, that's the magical Mr. T. How about 140? When are you going to see a gangster? Snoopy with the gold chains on friend I will give you $110 $5 and we make a deal 115 okay friend 115 you went oh we already sold Mr. T the customer comes into the store to sell a watch I have a watch here I want to get rid of $ 1,000, let's talk about some money.
I know he is English. I was told he is approximately 400 years old. Have you ever taken this apart or something? I never did it because he was afraid of breaking something. Rick inspects the item to see what it is made of if you look here you will see a lion, he tells me in sterling silver, which is 92.5% silver. Right here you see an anchor, the anchor says it's made in Birmingham, England, look at this little T here, that would be the date. code for Birmingham England 1893 which is a little newer, yeah it's not 400 years old, they don't cost a lot of money, okay what are we talking about?
Rick offers a price of 100 dollars, no, it contains $100 in silver, probably about $20. value of silver there it is silver it is not gold can you do 500 no, two no, 100 dollars? I can't do it for 100. He would give you like 120 dollars, but no, I can't, I can't, I just can't do it. Okay, okay, let me put it back together for you. A client brings a prototype guitar. This is Mosley's personal blue gospel guitar prototype. A mosite. Well, I bought it directly from Semi Mosley. I actually know that he started repairing guitars and then, he started making guitars why it's a prototype it's a prototype because

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he was at a guitar convention in Europe he met a Spanish luier who was building flamenco guitars and violins and they had such a remarkable tone that he semi thought gospel musicians should have something that sang when they did the work, he made this prototype, he hand wound the pickups, you have paperwork about all this, yes this guitar is probably the best known rare guitar in the world. 9 1965, gospel prototype, blue semi, Mosley's personal gospel, how much do you want for her?
I'd take 100,000 for it, so I've had this guitar since 1969 continuously and I got it from the guy who made it. I am considered the industry expert on this guitar. You know, if I started trusting my clients, I wouldn't be in business long. The expert comes to provide more details. This type of guitar is quite well documented. The MOs are from California in the pickups. The knob style. I would say this guitar is probably a 67 or 68. The serial number is g009, so this is the prototype. Gospel guitar How much do you think it is worth? The realistic selling price for this instrument would probably be $25,000.
The seller appears to be delusional. That's absolutely ridiculous. I'm just saying, knowing what I just sold recently, I don't think anyone is going to jump that high for that. I can't agree with your assessment. Oh, that's just we're at a point where we regret it. Be honest with yourself. I'm kind of glad I got out of there without a black eye. I can't know what I know after 44 years, it's not only weird but beautiful, obviously we're not going to make a deal so good luck, thank you. A man brings some Orville W memorabilia to the store.
I have some memories of Orval. a couple of letters signed by him, four blank pilot's licenses signed by Wright and then another license signed by him was for spherical balloons, this guy practically Chang changed the world, didn't he? The plane they flew was pretty amazing. They built the entire plane in his garage. The first flight of R Brother was one of the most important events of the 20th century. People have tried to fly since the beginning of time and the rights succeeded where everyone else had failed. Mr. Adams, I very much appreciate the congratulatory telegram from him on the anniversary of our first flight, sincerely yours, Orille, right, and uh, this was the precursor to the FAA, right, yeah, how much did you want for this stuff around 4000?
All the signatures almost seem too perfect. Do you know for sure that he signed it himself? No Rick decides to bring in an expert to check the authenticity of it. What do you think of the signatures? We are dealing with eight different documents and eight different signatures never seen before. What we definitely want to look for is a different pressure, from a lighter pressure to a darker pressure. it's light to dark what we want to see the expert evaluates the article uh capitalized O we're always looking it looks more like a d than an O now we're moving towards licenses here gently light and ink No I don't know, did you gather the evidence .
I'm in press. All this is good, yes, all this. What do you think it's worth collectively, at least $115,000? Thanks, Drew. Okay, guys, how much do you want for all this? I will give them. you $3,000 for this stuff I would shake hands with four, literally, you could get these things at auction for about $4,000 why don't we make a deal on 35, okay, 32, 33, deal, thanks for looking and As always, like and subscribe for more. content

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