Pawn Stars: 1915 Panama Pacific Octagonal Gold Coin | History

Rick heads to Orlando to seek out an octagonal 1915 Pan Pacific gold coin for a customer in this collection of scenes from "Party On, Pawn."


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Pawn Stars
Season 12
Episode 2
Party On, Pawn

"Pawn Stars" follows three generations of the Harrison family as they assess the value of items coming in and out of their Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, from the commonplace to the truly historic.

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46 Comments on “Pawn Stars: 1915 Panama Pacific Octagonal Gold Coin | History”

    1. This is a negotiation between 2 professionals, so you’re not really gonna see any of that.

      they both know what it is and what it’s worth

    1. Yes, but in this case, he really wants to buy it. Whereas on the show, he doesn’t feel any pressure to make a deal. But then again, he already has a buyer with a solid offer guaranteeing a profit of 2k+ So… I guess you are right…

  1. Guy was asking $70,000 so, Rick should have offered him $1.96 and told him he would have to have it cleaned and framed, and then, it might sit around his shop for a year or more, etc. Ha ha.

    1. HeavenHammer because cleaning the coin would damage the coin as some elements that can’t only be removed by taking some of the coin with it. Also messing with the natural state of the coin lowers its value as coin collectors prefer it in its aged formed than it being tampered

  2. I actually think that they could do a show of Rick going around buying stuff from shops like that. That would be a very interesting show to watch

  3. I’ve seen this clip many times, I know what happens, I know the history, yet I continue to watch it.

  4. I was at a wedding in SF one of the old ladies had a necklace made of eight of those coins. A bit over the top but spectacular.

  5. I can’t believe the second guy has been to his shop many times and didn’t recognise him straight away

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