Pawn Stars Do America: Two MEGA RARE Coins Worth Thousands (Season 2)

Will the Pawn Stars be able to make a deal on these rare coins? Find out in this scene from Season 2, Episode 3, "Bluegrass Bounty."

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For the first time, the “Pawn Stars” are hitting the road to visit some of America’s most exciting places in search of historical finds and impressive collectible objects in the new 8-part series “Pawn Stars Do America.” Each two-hour episode follows Rick Harrison, Corey Harrison and Austin “Chumlee” Russell as they step out of the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas to connect with fans in eight different cities and acquire some of the most remarkable items imaginable.

"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. Learn more:

26 Comments on “Pawn Stars Do America: Two MEGA RARE Coins Worth Thousands (Season 2)”

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    1. Yeah I’m with you on that one. He didn’t know as much as there other coin experts do. He pretty much got paid to say I don’t know about that coin and let me know if you buy that one I’m interested.

  2. Can I have my 6:21 back? I think this was more of a chance to build up some excitement around these coins for the sellers, and I bet the Pawn Shop gets a cut of the auction sale in return for letting them showcase it on the show….

    1. The whole show is dramatized, but many of the sellers that don’t sell on the show never intend to sell. It’s definitely just to feature the items to help promote the episodes in many cases. The most obvious example was Pat the NES Punk bringing his Nintendo World Championship cartridges just to be featured on the show.

    1. My guess would be Rick warned Chumlee about ungraded coins. Make a low ball offer. Ungraded coins are riskier. I think Chum followed Rick’s advice?

  3. I will NOT like or share this page to help your algorithm unless you bring back Dave Vagi – the real coin expert.

  4. I love how they always play it off like its real. The guy just walked up, there was no research or communication beforehand to get the item there and have the expert always just a phone call away.

    No expert evaluated it before it ever got to Rick. Rick then sees if he can scam the guy. Then the expert is brought in to give lowest price he can honestly give. Rick cuts 40-50% off and scams the guy.

  5. People have to make dsistinctions when it comes to ‘reality tv’. All these shows ‘with a couple exceptions like Gold Rush’ have writers, producers, directors. And the people like chum have their on-screen character as opposed to their real, real-life personality. I like this version of chum, still a little goofy, but less of a caricature than I have seen in earlier clips, whom I would have fired.

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