Pawn Stars: George Washington’s 3-Piece Suit (Season 15) | History

A suit worn by the United States' first president was tailor-made for the collection of a history buff like Rick, but the price may be too tight a fit in this clip from "Revolutionary Rick!" #PawnStars
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Season 15
Episode 13
Revolutionary Rick!

"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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99 Comments on “Pawn Stars: George Washington’s 3-Piece Suit (Season 15) | History”

    1. @The Cat In The Hat that is a good question but his suit is not for sale it is in one of the top museum but even people say his suit is worth over $35,000,000 and his top hat at $3,500,000

  1. Even though the colors on it faded that is just super rare. For a suit that was worn by the first US president nearly 300 years ago a few million dollars for it sounds just fine.

    1. Could easily go for 5 million in a good auction to historical collectors. Imagine the worth in the future.

    2. @sauce not so much haggling as it is trying to scam on what he knows is below the actual price of something and him never getting away with it if he wasn’t known, basically using his position to coerce much like bill cosby.

  2. In my opinion this is the best item that’s ever been on Pawn Stars. Hands down

  3. Can anyone even imagine touching something Washington wore. Something he put on. Something he walked around in. Being in awe is an understatement.

    1. @Rareview my guy he was one of the founding fathers of the United States and the man on the dollar bill you see everyday and you see him as just some random dude?

  4. Given the history of how these guys handle priceless items I’m very surprised they didn’t make Chumlee try it on!!

  5. That piece definitely deserves to be in a museum for all eyes to see and help facilitate learning about history.

  6. I wouldn’t sell for less than $100 million. That my friend is clothing worn by THE general of the Continental Army, and first President of the United States. It’s essentially priceless.

    1. Mr. Apriza Yutama This is the only intact George Washington suit available in today’s market though. There will never be another one.

    1. Should be worth way more. Imagine all the millionaires, billionaires out there that would pay idk 100mil for this? This is essentially priceless.

  7. This is an authentic 3 piece suit worn by George Washington.
    Rick: I’ll give you 200 bucks

    1. @Ryan Evans Also Rick: also I’m taking a huge risk here just it sitting in my store taking up real estate.

    1. How tf do u think a museum gets it? You think they ask nicely and hope the dude will give it up? No they buy it lmao

  8. Normally I wouldn’t say this but when you take into consideration just how well that suit has kept throughout its life, plus who it belonged to and what he did for and contributed to our country than a price range in the millions is completely understandable and fair!

  9. It’s really amazing how a suit with great background history… survived throughout the 100’s of years since it’s been made…

  10. If that suit was truly worn by George Washington himself, I think the US government should purchase it and put it in a museum.

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