Pawn Stars is a hugely popular reality TV show on the History Channel. It centers on the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, Nevada. Itâs a 24-hour pawn shop that was opened in 1989, operated by Richard âOld Manâ Harrison, son Rick Harrison, grandson Corey âBig Hossâ Harrison, and Coreyâs friend, Austin âChumleeâ Russell.
Pawn Stars is the History Channelâs second-highest-rated show. At the height of its popularity, it was second only to Jersey Shore across all networks. The Pawn Stars have seen a lot of treasures pass through their shop, but there are certain finds that were so remarkable that they made them rich overnight. Some finds, on the other hand, were more strange, than profitable. But after years in the pawn business, nothing surprises this crew too much anymore. So, without further ado, these are the best and downright strangest Pawn Stars finds in the history of the show.
Four 1Kg Gold Bars
One of the most expensive buys the Pawn Stars ever made also ended up being one of their most lucrative. They purchased and then flipped four solid gold bars that each weighed a kilo. The bars sold for $128,000. Not a bad day’s work. Gold is still one of the most valuable things you can buy, and it’s certainly profitable to resellâjust ask the Pawn Star crew.
OJ’s Ford Bronco
During the most recent season of Pawn Stars, the crew got a unique purchase opportunity. They had a chance to buy O.J. Simpson’s Ford Bronco. Yes,Â thatÂ Bronco. The car doesn’t have an exact value, and while they seriously considered buying the vehicle, ultimately, they decided to pass. They guessed that its value was somewhere between three hundred thousand and a million dollars.