Corey and Chumlee also investigate a gypsy fortune teller machine whose owner is auctioning it off, and refuses to sell it prior to auction. Items appraised include a pocket-sized, antique ivory sundial believed to be Dry Bones - Various - The Stereo Disc (Vinyl the 17th century; an album of original Jimmy Hoffa photographs; and a Midway "Rifle Champ" sharpshooting arcade game.
March 8, Items appraised include a pair of scaled up, World War II model training rifles; a Gilbert Erector Set ; two Soviet launch keys whose owner claims were used to launch ICBMs ; a rare, s Gibson banjo ukulele ; and a steel Supermen of America membership ring. March 29, April 5, Items appraised include a Austin-Healey Sprite ; an antique diving helmet authenticated to date from —; a collection of fractional currency notes; a Miami Heat NBA Championship ring; and an Dry Bones - Various - The Stereo Disc (Vinyl wooden chest that was purchased at a Miami pirate store, which appears to the Old Man to be rather modern.
April 12, Items appraised include an 18th-century pegleg ; an all-wooden motorcycle; a flintlock pistol and kindjal dagger from the Ottoman Empire ; a Hoyt carbon matrix compound bowwhich is said to be the best, strongest, and most expensive bow ever made; and an antique Kalliope Musikwerke music box that Rick estimates to be about years old.
April 19, Rooseveltdated between and When the subject of Corey and Chumlee's weight comes up, Rick challenges them to an obstacle coursewith the loser required to buy lunch for a week. April 25, Items appraised include ansingle-action Colt revolver whose nickel plating concerns Rick; a collection of 26 U.
Presidential campaign buttons from between the s and the s; a Country Craftsman reproduction of an antique spinning wheel ; and a commercial grade, Astra Mega I espresso machine and coffee grinderwhich Chumlee wishes to use to address the Old Man's more frequently napping of late.
Items appraised include a rare, war bond engraved by Paul Revere right after the American Revolutionary War began; a pneumatic -powered, music-playing, replica of a fire engine ; a Chevrolet Impala station wagon whose engine swap and other modifications dissatisfy Rick and the Old Man; and a Seeburg jukebox that needs extensive restoration.
May 2, Items appraised include an antique 19th-century Ives toy train set that was found in a year-old house; an three-cent, George Washington postage stamp encased in a token; a 10th anniversary edition Datsun ZX ; a copy of the final draft script to the James Bond movie Goldfinger ; which the seller says was given to him by his friend, actor Harold Sakatawho played Oddjob in the film; and a 19th-century antique tricycle that Rick thinks is a reproduction.
June 7, Items appraised include a Rokon Trail-Breaker 2-wheel drive offroad motorcycle ; a Lima escudo Spanish fleet gold coin; an antique Woody Woodpecker toy; a collection of Muhammad Ali and Layla Ali memorabilia; and a Zenith Trans-Oceanic Model shortwave radio. Items appraised include a set of maps and battle plans for the Battle of Iwo Jimawhose seller says were taken into that battle by his father, a landing craft operator; a script for the 18th episode of In the Heat of the Night autographed by nine of that series' stars, including Carroll O'Connor ; a Ford F truck that needs work; and a collection of s miner's equipment found in Goldfield, Nevadathe centerpiece of which is a miner's ore cart.
A customer also brings in the pipe used by Chris Fowler to break Homer Bush's leg in But Chumlee doesn't want any part of the item for obvious reasons. June 14, Items appraised include the first issue of Playboy magazine, featuring Marilyn Monroe 's nude pictorial; an whale tooth scrimshaw with a logbook stamp on its bottom; a collection of two antique rifles, one of which is a.
June 21, June 28, Items appraised include a solar therapy device; a Stinson Reliant airplane; two Western Novelty dummies whose purchase by the Old Man surprises Rick; a receipt of Andrew Jackson 's for eight muskets from the War ofand a signed and numbered print of Peter Lik 's photo "Beyond Paradise".
Items appraised include a bowling ball mortar built by the seller; a British World War II baby gas mask ; an intact ticket for the Muhammad Ali versus Floyd Patterson fight; an antique spotlight estimated to be from the s; and a collection of 70 antique railroad bondsestimated by the seller to date from the s. July 5, Items appraised include a broken Remington six-shot revolver that is fourth in a series of four, of which Teddy Roosevelt owned two, whose seller claims belonged to an ancestor general in the Honduran Army that rode with Roosevelt; a s John Deere Model A tractor ; a set of 12 frosted glass Disney figurines said to be from an aborted European Disney park; a Romstar "Jump Shot" basketball arcade game; an s British-style bugle bought at an estate sale that appears to have belonged to the 7th CavalryCompany A; and a Bulova Accutron Spaceview Movement gift clock, given to Israel Foreign Minister Yigal Allon by Richard Nixonwhose seller is Allon's grandson.
Items appraised include an Apollo 16 mission flag autographed by all three mission astronauts; an American Civil War. Kennedy memorabilia whose pieces are in varied condition. Lee 's nephew, Major General Fitzhugh LeeCommander of the 7th Army Corpspurchased 20 years previously by the seller at an estate sale; a lateth-century professional gambler's toolkit, also purchased 20 years previously, which belonged to gambler J. Items appraised include an s—s.
Civil War field desk filled with period documents, whose seller claims to be the great, great grandson of its original owner, the captain of the 10th Indiana VolunteersCompany C; and a Queen Paula Sears pump organ. This episode was dedicated to the memory of Leonard Shafer, who appeared in one episode. Items appraised include a copy of the Beatles album Yesterday and Today with the infamous "Butcher Cover"; a large, World War II American Garrison Flag displaying 48 stars; a pre, German-made, watchmaker's screw refinishing tool that belonged to the seller's watchmaker father; the last suit given to Colonel Harlan Sanders under his contract with KFCwhich was found by the seller in a house that belonged to Sanders; the commission document, signed by United States President Grover Clevelandwith which he appointed William Lochren Commissioner of Pensions; and a Zamperla "K.
PunchBall" arcade punching bag game. Items appraised include a s custom-made, Super Comp drag racing carwith trailerthat needs restoration to be recertified; a Japanese Set 2 land mine training kit that belonged to the seller's veteran father; an high-wheel bicyclewhose parts the Old Man feels are far more modern than the 19th century; and a Howdy Doody paper doll Wonder Bread advertisement estimated by the Old Man to be from the s.
Chumlee pesters Rick to have the shop print business cards for him, though he is forced to adapt when he sees how Corey wrote his name on them. Items appraised include a hockey stick signed by members of the "Miracle on Ice" United States Olympic men's hockey team ; an original s vinyl LP of Bob Dylan 's album, Self Portraitwhich Chumlee is tasked to get autographed by Dylan, who is performing in town; a Fleetwood Discovery motorhome ; and a huge collection of s cowboy toys that includes various memorabilia of The Lone Ranger and Bat Masterson.
Bob Dylan has a cameo appearance. October 18, Items appraised include a Civil War-era Kentucky long rifle ; a silver plate and bowl whose seller says was stolen from Adolf Hitler 's summer home by his great uncle during World War II; an Irish blackthorne walking stick; a rare, G.
Joe nurse action doll; and a s-era Marketeer golf cart in poor condition. Irritated over the poor performance of the night shift, Rick assigns Corey to temporarily work the night shift to retrain the employees, much to Corey's displeasure. Rooseveltsent to the seller's grandfather. Meredith Vieira makes a cameo appearance in a dream sequence experienced by Chumlee. October 25, Items appraised include a pair of ornate, hand-etched parade saddles; a year-old Steiff teddy bear ; an 18th-century bronze miniature cannon, purchased at a garage sale, that was used for instruction in the use of its larger counterparts; a pair of Schwinn Phantom bicycles from the s; and a collection of 58 boxes, each containing about 60 video tapes of various TV shows and movies plus audio cassettes, that belonged to Sammy Davis, Jr.
Items appraised include a collection of million-year-old Mazon Creek fossils of spiders and ferns; a blackjack table from the Stardust Casino ; a pair of metal Coca-Cola signs from the s; and a custom Down and Dirty motorcycle frame. November 1, Items appraised include a letter by Winston Churchill to U. Major General Mark Clark; a radio controlledgas-powered toy Hummer that Chumlee wants to repair; an antique barber pole made between the late 19th century and the early 20th century made of cast iron and blown stained glass; a Frigidaire refrigerator; and a Catholic relic from Saint Elizabeth Seton with documentation in Latin.
Items appraised include a silk Abraham Lincoln campaign ribbon from the U. December 6, December 13, Items appraised include a s, battery-operated bacon-cooking pig chef toy made by Yonezawa; a collection of s Atlanta Braves championship and World Series rings ; a Cadillac Fleetwood limousine; a pair of antique pistol lighters; and a pair of hand-stitched political dolls depicting Abraham Lincoln and a slave, which were made to be burned in effigy by pre- Civil Warpro-slavery advocates.
January 17, Items appraised include a pair of 19th-century pistols; a collection of items that belonged to Wyatt Earpas well as some photos of Earp and Bat Masterson ; a collection of fishing lures; an antique television; a Schlitz beer lamp; and a gold medal from the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.
Items appraised include handcuffs and leg shackles that belonged to Harry Houdini ; a St. Louis Rams Vince Lombardi Trophy from the Super Bowl ; a collection of s comic buttons from Pep Cereal ; a s Slingerland jazz drum set; and a Prohibition -era cocktail shaker. January 24, Items appraised include a s child's pedal car ; a chessboard made with wood from the Titanic ; a Superman record player; a poem handwritten by Jimi Hendrix ; and a sealed can of "Can Can" brand canned pearls that Rick wishes to open in order to inspect the contents.
Items appraised include a 17th-century musketoon ; a Lotus Europa sports car; a case file from the Lindbergh baby kidnapping that belonged to Leon Hoage; a private investigator hired by Charles Lindbergh ; and a mids Lasonic boom box. January 31, Items appraised include a s Bendix A7 World War II aircraft octant ; a Nintendo Virtual Boy video game console; an s doctor's buggy whose seller purchased it on the Internet; two life-sized Star Wars figures of Jar Jar Binks and Darth Maul ; and a Stradivarius violin whose seller says was found in a cedar chest in his newly-purchased house, but which Rick thinks is a copy.
Items appraised include a book published in by Georgius Agricola that was once owned by Isaac Newton ; an Army jacket from the Spanish—American War whose seller claims belonged to his grandfather much to the Harrisons' skepticism ; and a year-old, piece collection of John Wayne memorabilia. After buying the Newton book, Rick notices some notes written in it that may be Newton's actual handwriting.
February 7, Items appraised include a collection of World War II aviator gear, including a P flight jacket, hat and survival kit; a year-old canister of National Biscuit Company fallout shelter survival crackers; a child's half-scale flintlock musket dated to the s—s; a collection of Sahara Casino baccarat chips; and a collection of the first year of issues of Sports Illustrated.
Items appraised include a first Acts of Congress book signed by James Smith that was discovered in an old house; a Breitling emergency watch; an A-series Gibson mandolin Rick thinks might have been made by Lloyd Loar ; a Airstream trailer; and a RB Robotics 5X home robot that was purchased at a flea market. February 14, Items appraised include an antique Pepsi cooler circa —50 that needs full restoration; a functional antique Mutoscope arcade claw machine ; a political textile sporting the likeness of someone Rick thinks might be William Henry Harrisonbut who turns out to be Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette ; a sealed box of s pre-embargo Cuban cigars found by the seller in his father's old war chest; and a picture book from the Summer Olympicsand one of the gold medallions that was given to German soldiers at the time.
March 21, When the shop's computer system crashes, the Old Man becomes irate with Corey's inability to hand-write receipts.
Items appraised include an U. Martin Luther King, Jr. Items appraised include a writing desk that incorporates a gun, which appears to be from the s—s; a replica of the Batmobile from the Batman film; an antique American warship's passport document featuring an Edward Savage engraving, and signed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison ; and a collection of signed memorabilia of pool champion Willie Mosconi.
Items appraised include a collection of 24 s rock concert posters for Buffalo Springfieldthe Grateful Dead and the Rolling Stones ; an optometrist's collection of hand-blown glass prosthetic eyeballs dating from the s — ; a Evel Knievel pinball machine that turns out to be worth much less than what Corey paid for it; and an autographed photo of Babe Ruth. Items appraised include a copy of the first issue of Rolling Stone magazine; a pair of and gold-plated pants pendants awarded to Ohio State football playersthe latter of which belonged to Doug Worthington ; a pair of Picasso lithographs; a REO Flying Cloud hot rod with bullet-proof glass; and a s coin-operated, computerized breathalyzer formerly used in a California bar.
April 11, Items appraised include an officer's commission from the Revolutionary War; a miniature Model T Ford with a working motor; and a one-man midget submarinewhose purchase by Rick surprises both the Old Man and Corey. Items appraised include the guidance system to a Cold War —era AIM-9 Sidewinder missile ; an original Playboy bunny outfit; a Buick Regal that Chumlee takes an odd liking to; an s—s carpenter's tool chest; and a Rubik's Cube sealed in its original package.
April 18, Items appraised include a Confederate Civil War Bowie knife known as an "Arkansas Toothpick"; a Honda Z ; a professionally restored, Rolex watch previously owned by Bernie Madoff ; a boxing gym bell signed by Sonny Liston in ; and a Team Bowling Alley arcade game. Items appraised include a chair from the U. To address the Old Man's habit of falling asleep within view of the showroom floor, Rick has a new office built for him.
Items appraised include a naval blunderbuss from the 17th century, a GMC motor home sponsored by Coca-Cola; a San Francisco 49ers cheerleader's Super Bowl ring; a photo of The Who signed by three of that band's members; and a Columbia University speed reading machine course. Items appraised include a signed George S.
Patton photo album, whose seller is the grandson of the lieutenant assigned to photograph Patton for three months; an antique sterling silver travel kit; a pair of jockey boots autographed by Willie Shoemaker; a large collection of decanters ; and a Kevlar bulletproof vest with two trauma plates. Items appraised include a piece of the heat shield from the Apollo 13 spacecraft; a Husqvarna CR dirt bike whose restoration may prove to be a problem for Corey; a World War II Japanese non-commissioned officer 's sword; Todd McFarlane 's original artwork for page 25 of The Amazing Spider-Man June ; and a Curta calculator from the s or s.
May 9, Items appraised include an early s Colt. Items appraised include an original Harry Houdini straitjacket authenticated to have been used by him in a January 1, performance;  a loudspeaker from Ebbets Field in Brooklyn ; a letter written and signed by Helen Keller ; and a Carl Zeiss telescope from the late 19th century.
Items appraised include a John Wilkes Booth Wanted poster printed on April 20, ; a s arcade penny scale; an Air Force fighter pilot's G-suit and helmet worn by the seller's brother-in-law when he flew an F during the Gulf War ; and a s Chicago police badge. June 1, June 6, Rick assigns Chumlee to the night shift to fill in for someone who is sick. June 13, Items appraised include a quick-draw gun holster and blank -firing gun used on the TV series Gunsmoke in and ; a s Steelcraft zeppelin pull toy; a World War I 5th Marine Regiment helmet; and an antique clock with four Morgan silver dollars and two Peace Dollars embedded in it.
Rick hires a personal trainer and insists that he, Corey, the Old Man and Chumlee begin exercising every morning. Items appraised include the document signed by John Hancock with which he was inducted as a captain in the American militia ; a framed, limited print photo of Jimi Hendrix by Gered Mankowitz that Corey wants to buy as a Father's Day gift for Rick; a steel Rickenbacker frying pan guitar; and a s Schwinn Sting-Ray Runabout that's been outfitted with a motor that Corey says needs to be removed in order for it to be sold as a collectible.
July 11, The conclusion of a three-part crossover episode that began on American Pickers and continued on American Restoration. Rick asks Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz to find a Chevrolet for his father's 70th birthday, and then meets with Rick Dale and Danny Koker to have it restored in time for the party. July 18, Items appraised include a 19th-century shotgun disguised as a cane; a Indian motorcycle that belonged to Steve McQueen ; and a book printed by Benjamin Franklin.
July 25, Items appraised include an Civil War musket made in Harpers Ferry that Rick observes is loaded; replica Master Chief armor suit and rifle based on the video game Halo that was made by the seller; a s Murray atomic missile pedal car; two liberty passes from the USS Arizona and USS Mississippi ; and a collection of four vintage pawn shop movie posters that Rick wants to keep to decorate the shop, but for which Corey has other ideas.
August 1, Items appraised include a chest filled with puppets and other memorabilia belonging to Buffalo Ben, who may have been a member of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show ; a phone booth from the s or s whose phone still functions; a collection of three vintage railroad lamps; and an unsigned copy of Ronald Reagan 's high school yearbook and a signed letter that belonged to the seller's grandfather, who graduated with Reagan.
Items appraised include a military lighter, I. August 8, Items appraised include a piece of marble from Abraham Lincoln 's tomb ; a Schuco Charlie Chaplin wind-up doll; a Chevrolet Impala; an antique African sword from the Congo ; and a rare copy of a limited edition of The Authorized Ala biography of "Weird Al" Yankovic.
Items appraised include an antique Master Violet Ray 11 electrotherapy kit; a 19th-century, five-barrel, 37 mm Hotchkiss revolving cannon that fires one-pound projectiles, which Rick and Sean Rich investigate at Ashman's Pioneer Market in Utah; a Wurlitzer jukebox; a year-old electric waffle iron ; and an unused, earlyth-century hog oiler.
August 15, Items appraised include a collection of letters and pilot licenses signed by Orville Wright ; a s Jennings Bronze Chief nickel slot machine ; and a Model percussion musket from West Point Military Academy. Items appraised include an earlyth-century W.
Child percussion dueling pistol; a hat once owned by Ronnie Van Zant of Lynyrd Skynyrdwho gave it to the seller in ; a first edition copy of David Copperfield ; a Porsche Carrera engine from a junkyard; and a vintage rotary dial pay phone that's been converted for home use. September 5, Items appraised include Robert E. Lee 's silver spoon and Ulysses S. Grant 's meerschaum pipe, which are brought in by the same seller; four volumes of Don Quixote ; a vintage Metrotech metal detector ; a U.
Vietnam War -era practice bomb; and one of Secretariat 's horseshoes. September 12, Items appraised include an s Knock percussion pistol; a Glastron Seaflight boat; a copy of Dracula signed by Bram Stoker that was purchased at a charity auction; a Penn State University Orange Bowl championship ring; and a collection of antique billiard items, including ivory billiard balls.
Items appraised include a carriage strongbox; a pirate ship parade float that Chumlee investigates; a collection of 17 one ounce silver art bars from the early s; a World War II bomber jacket and flight mission logs that belonged to the seller's father, a B pilot; and two Native American Kachina figurines made of sterling silver and turquoise.
September 19, Items appraised include a golf putter owned by Dean Martin ; a Indian motorcycle; a homemade suit of armor; a tin Louis Armstrong toy; and a Bugs Bunny 50th anniversary poster signed by Mel Blanc and Friz Freleng. September 26, Items appraised include a Civil War drum; a photographer's printing table; a Royal Riders motorcycle club uniform; and a sixpence coin. Antwaun, in preparation to take a few days off, attempts to train Chumlee on how to work the door in his absence.
The Old Man challenges the others to a game of poker. Items appraised in this Halloween-themed episode include a 19th-century vampire-killing kit; a collection equipment used in paranormal investigations that includes several tape recorders, a full spectrum camera and a laser grid, whose sellers offer to use to search for paranormal activity around the shop; a s keypunch machine whose seller was a punchcard accounting instructor in the early s; and a Jabba the Hutt Play-Doh set.
Items appraised include an Aero L Albatros Czechoslovak fighter jet; a baseball glove signed by Babe Ruth and a bat signed by Ruth and Christy Mathewson ; a set of mid-to-lateth-century George Ligowsky glass and clay target balls; and a s Hanovia tanning lamp.
Rick decides to implement a new rule forbidding staff from keeping items purchased for the shop, but Corey and the Old Man are skeptical of Rick's own commitment to this idea.
December 5, Items appraised include a torch from the Summer Olympicsbrought in by the man who ran with it when he was 17; an earlyth-century Austrian miniature pinfire pistol ; a Oldsmobile L four-door sedan with suicide doors; and a Mario statue. Items appraised include a five-speed, custom sand railwhich was awarded to the seller in her divorce; a s Levi's jacket; a collection of unpublished photos of Jimi Hendrix presented by Ron Raffaellithe Hendrix photographer who took them and kept them in his archives for 40 years; and a Polaris Razor XP dune buggy.
Rick and Corey take the two purchased off-road vehicles to the desert to see which one of them made the better deal. Items appraised include a prop policeman's badge from the TV show Dragnet ; s steel mandolin; a post-Civil War era Grand Army of the Republic parade cannon ; and a signed Abraham Lincoln photograph.
December 19, Items appraised include a collection of Foreign Broadcast Information Service [nb 2] daily impact reports from to early ; a World War II-era handheld Japanese air raid siren ; and a limited edition photograph of Albert Einstein by Philippe Halsman that appeared on the cover of Time magazine.
Items appraised include a collection of items that belonged to former Attorney General J. Items appraised include a fake Wells Fargo strongbox with a fake ball-and-chain whose seller says is from Folsom Prison c. With business picking up during the night shiftRick decides to hire a new night employee to help Charles, who is adept at dealing with jewelry, but not with antiques. January 9, Items appraised include a Springfield, Illinois banker's time lock ; an Springfield Armory single-shot rope gun; a first edition copy of Henry David Thoreau 's Walden ; an early s optometry kit that belonged to the seller's great-grandfather; a Buzz Aldrin G.
Joe doll found at a swap meet. Also, Corey and Chumlee conduct interviews in order to select the shop's new night shift broker. Items appraised include a Charles Lindbergh aviation doll; a s heavy porcelain over cast iron electric hand dryer ; a Piccadilly Circus roulette slot machine from the s or s; a s Brother word processor; a poster for a vaudeville act; and a harmonica purportedly played by Steven Tyler of Aerosmith. January 16, Items appraised include a backpacker Martin guitar signed by Crosby, Stills and Nash that was won by the seller in a trivia contest; a customized Phat Cycles Fuller chopper; a collection of vintage cigar box labels, some of which featured lithographic images of U.
Presidents; and a pair of World War II bomb fins. January 23, Also, Chumlee begins training Olivia, the new night shift employee. January 30, Items appraised include an Whitney percussion musket converted from a flintlock; a collection of five s RuddSpeed whiskey decanters modeled after the grilles of automobiles including BentleyBugattiMercedes and Rolls-Royce ; a golf ball once used by Lyndon B.
Johnsonwhich struck the father of the seller who brings it in; a World Series Chicago Cubs press pin; and a copy of Nicolas Sanson 's map of France. Items appraised include a poster for Jimi Hendrix 's second-to-last concert; a collection of inflatable paintball bunkers; a rare autographed Paul Newman racing suit; an electronic Louis Marx and Company "Mot-O-Run" tin toy that was found in a dumpster; and a photo signed by Mickey MantleWillie Mays and Harmon Killebrew.
Also, Rick and the Old Man form a bet on which of their favored items is worth more. Items appraised include a letter been flown by Charles Lindbergh on the Spirit of St. Louis ; a collection of 14 s minibikesone of which is a Honda Z50 ; a vintage horse race gambling game; a Fusee pocketwatch made in London; and a —20 Spalding "Black Betsy" baseball bat modeled after the one used by Shoeless Joe Jackson.
February 13, Garfield prior to his presidency to a resident of the same home town as the seller; and a s decade life-size toy bear made by the Steiff Companythe originator of the teddy bear; packets of NASA tomato seeds flown by the Space Shuttle Challenger to the Long Duration Exposure Facility in orbit in and returned to earth in on the Space Shuttle Columbia.
February 20, Items appraised include three life-size Pinocchio marionettes handcrafted by Bob Baker Marionettes ; a collection of issues of Yank magazine; an earlyth-century C. Sorensen Co. February 27, Items appraised include a collection of 11 original tintype photographs of what the seller says is the outlaw Jesse James and his gang; a s Model Leslie organ speaker ; a 19th-century spoon bit drill set; and a s Boy Scouts of America first aid kit.
Items appraised include a signed letter from Knute Rockne to the seller's grandfather, dated March 13,18 days before Rockne died; a collection of five antique Cracker Jack tin toys ; an antique heirloom ring that belonged to mobster Lucky Lucianobrought in buy the son of a woman who ran errands for the mob; a solid wood, 19th-century dentist's pole ; and a De Luxe scintillator.
Grant 's funeral. Items appraised include copies of Harry S. Truman 's two-volume memoir and his book, Mr. Items appraised include a Star Trek Klingon bat'leth sword brought in by the same seller who LP) the Star Trek memorabilia collection in "Cannons and Klingons"; an R.
Eisenhower postage stamps. April 16, Items appraised include Jackie Gleason 's custom-ordered, Lincoln Continental limousine; a Mount Rushmore commemorative plaque made of pure silver, which the Old Man wishes to melt down for fast money, but which Rick thinks will sell for more intact; a Super Bowl I football signed by the victorious Green Bay Packersincluding Vince Lombardi ; and a s toy Disneyland Monorail set.
April 23, Items appraised include a collection of authenticated and graded notes of — paper money from the Republic of Texas and the Government of Texas ; an Winchester repeating rifle that was passed down through four generations of the seller's family; a pair of movie poster printing plates for the film The Outlaw ; and a Discovery Zone "Z-BOP" robot.
Also, the men compete in a rifle-shooting competition. Military during World War II; a rare, three-trigger Stevens shotgun ; a Mercedes-Benz that's been customized to include features such as inch wheels; and an Abraham Lincoln campaign token from the Presidential electionwhich is brought in during the night shift, and requires Olivia to contact Rick. May 21, Items appraised include a titanium nosepiece from a Lockheed SR Blackbird jet, brought in by the son of an engineer who worked on the vehicle, and signed by pilots Bill Flanagan and Robert Gilliland; a solid bronze 16th century cannon; a large pair of vintage Levi's jeans ; a homemade Stand Up and Ride motor scooter ; and a pair of vintage Snoopy and Red Baron music boxes.
Items appraised include an s karat gold Tiffany's pocket watch; a collection of 82 first series Garbage Pail Kids trading cards from ; a s Mercedes Unimog military truck; and a sign that hung on the Berlin Wall. Racecar driver Matt Kenseth has a cameo. May 28, Items appraised include rare [nb 3] one dollar and brownback five dollar billwhich were professionally graded Very Fine and Choice About New, respectively, and which were given to the seller by her aunt, whose grandfather was the United States Secretary of the Treasury at the time; a LP) Cannon toy purchased by the seller at a yard sale twenty years earlier; a paperweight from the USS Guadalcanal commemorating its sinking of the German submarine UB ; a pair of prop coconut cups from the TV series Gilligan's Islandbrought in by the daughter of Dick Johnson, the special effects technician who worked on that series.
June 4, Items appraised include a piece of stained glass art depicting dogs playing poker with a joker from a cigar shop; an early 19th-century manuscript of John Chrysostom 's writings handwritten in Russian Church Slavonic ; one hundred pounds of silver in the form of bars and coins that Rick needs to test before making an offer on; and a collection of props from the film Batman Foreverincluding a batarang and one of the pop-up riddles used by the Riddler.
June 11, Navy admiral's telephone that the Old Man wants restored for his desk, much to the irritation of Rick, who wants it resold. Items appraised include four original paintings by Andy Warhol ; a World War II aerial bomber camera, which is accompanied by a photo of it mounted inside a bomber; a pair of carat gold sunglasses that Chumlee purchases during the night shift to resell, but which Rick thinks should better be melted down; and a baseball rule book and baseball signed by seven players, including Hall of Famers Red Faber and Ray Schalk and two members of the Chicago Black Sox.
June 18, Items appraised include a medal commemorating the sinking of the RMS Lusitaniafound by the seller's mother about 20 years previously; an antique voltmeter ; an autographed copy of Charles Lindbergh's autobiography, Wewhich Chumlee buys without authenticating the signature, much to Rick's anger; and a century Dutch balance scale.
Items appraised include an odd-looking snaphance rifle from the 16th or 17th century, brought in by the seller of the 70 lb. June 25, Items appraised include a contract signed by Elvis Presley ; a collection of Japanese militaria, including an enemy plane ID card and manual compass; an early s Winchester Model Items appraised include a Buick touring car ; a set of wooden boxes carved to look like books that were used in an attempt to smuggle German guns out of Germany during World War II, accompanied by a note indicating that an attempt at their use was unsuccessful; a tennis racket and poster signed by Arthur Ashe ; and a copy of the Boston Globe printed the day after the sinking of the Titanic.
July 2, Items appraised include a Colt Paterson revolver prototype; a Early Series GMC half-ton pickup truck that needs much restoration; a limited edition reproduction animation cel from the s cartoon Tennessee Tuxedo and His Taleswhich features a character, a walrus named Chumley, from which Chumlee's nickname is derived; and a Flamingo Hotel appraisal book, brought in by a local who grew up in the area.
July 9, Johnston 's flights; a Stanhope letter opener that incorporates a tiny microphotograph viewer, brought in by the same seller as the Civil War-era cannonballs in "Wild Thing"; a pocket watch that appears to Rick to have been given from one veteran of the Battle of Cross Keys to another. Also, Rick and the Old Man's worries that Corey has inherited the bad eyesight that runs in their family spur him to see an optometrist.
Items appraised include a trio of antique wooden duck decoys ; a World Series Atlanta Braves ring; a 19th-century lighthouse oil can; and a Sho-Bud steel guitar. Also, the men compete in a shotgun target shooting contest in which the loser must pay for a duck dinner. August 13, August 20, Items appraised include a fully functional brass hand cannon that Rick recognizes as having been made in the past 20 years; a three-wheeled prop taxi from the science fiction film Freejack ; a San Francisco Giants uniform owned by Willie Mays; and a poster for the Beatles last official concert, on August 29, in Candlestick ParkSan Francisco.
Also, Rick and Chumlee form a wager over Chumlee's accuracy with the hand cannon. August 27, Also, Corey and Chumlee are assigned to LP) the shop's annual inventory check, both for tax purposes and to decide which employee will get the store's " booby prize " for the buying the most number of items that have failed to sell.
Items appraised include a book signed by Shoeless Joe Jackson; and an MTV2 Video Music Award "Moonman" statuette that lacks an inscription or any indication of the person to whom it was awarded; a "proto-double-action". Roosevelt reelection poster for the United States Presidential election. Items appraised include a fork from the Hindenburgbrought in by the nephew of a Marine who guarded the wreckage; a dilapidated Packard Baker which Rick wishes to purchase but which the Old Man characterizes as scrap metal; an Items appraised include a collection of original blueprints the USS Maine ; a wooden airplane propeller from a Fahlin airplane; and a vintage Gillette travel razor kit, circaowned by the Shah of Iranbrought in by a man who acquired it from a friend of his father's who lived in Iran in the s.
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Musically, it bears a typical late Black Ark sound, bolstered by harmonies from the female Full Experience trio. He covered the walls with cryptic graffiti, and filled his days with enacting obscure rituals, as a dramatic new persona, Pipecock Jackxon, took over.
By the end ofas various pressures came to a head, Lee Perry shut the doors of the Black Ark, ejecting everyone from the premises, and trashing much of the equipment. He entered a new phase, based on covering the walls and every other available surface with cryptic graffiti, and filled his days with enacting obscure rituals, as a dramatic new persona, Pipecock Jackxon, took over.
In lateAmerican expatriates based in Holland made contact with Perry to license back catalogue material for their Black Star Liner label. These players worked on further sessions at the decaying Ark in earlybut progress was slow. With no studio of his own in Jamaica, Perry became a nomad.
After the Black Ark finally perished in a mysterious fire inPerry was cast adrift. Perry initiated an album with Prof at the time, though it would not surface for several years. It was another strong album if not as memorable as Time Boomthe largely digital rhythms leaning closer to the contemporary Jamaican dancehall sound, but given a greater depth through the creative constructions of the Wackies crew. It was an album Perry voiced with Mad Professor five years earlier.
Though there were several gratuitous adaptations of Marley songs, the most effective numbers were originals cut over eerie Ariwa rhythms, on which Perry unleashed the anguish of his tortured soul. But even if it is not as compelling or organic as Time Boomthe album still works well. Back in Jamaica inLee Perry unexpectedly voiced new albums for Heartbeat that evidenced renewed energy, following his link with Mireille. Perry voiced several techno tracks with the group inwhich they later handed over to Deiter Meier of Yello, who got producer Martin Kloiber to restructure it, adding sitar, flute and didgeridoo overdubs.
Blending the old and the new, his unhinged rants and chants were tastefully fused to rhythms with trance, jungle and trip-hop influences, some of which were based on classic reggae. The following year, Trojan managed to resurrect an album Perry began recording for them inwhich was not entirely completed. Jamaican E. Although two and three star reviews were the norm for Jamaican E. The album deserves masterpiece status, being the most impressive Lee Perry release since Time Boom.
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