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Pawn Stars - Pawn It Out of the Park (Season 20, Episode 1). 
In this full episode of Pawn Stars, Rick Harrison examines oddities that either sink or swim (including a 19th-century boat motor)

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Rick heads east to test a rare weapon from the 18th century. Back at the shop, Corey takes a swing at a Mickey Mantle rookie card.

Pawn Stars - Pawn It Out of the Park (Season 20, Episode 1).

Rick Harrison and his family own and run a pawn shop in Las Vegas named the 'world famous gold & silver pawn shop'. They purchase, sell and evaluate interesting artefacts with fascinating stories.

In this full episode, Rick Harrison examines oddities that either sink or swim (including a 19th-century boat motor). Corey Harrison takes on one of the greats in the form of a Mickey Mantle rookie card signed by the man himself. Plus, Rick Harrison heads to the east coast on a trip that is exploding with possibilities.

Other items in this full episode include an original copy of the 1862 Bar-Tenders Guide. A guide used by bartenders that included a number of recipes for mixed drinks and cocktails. Known as the first book about bar-tendering written in the United States of America. The seller wants $25,000, but the team at the world-famous gold & silver pawn shop are thinking a little less than that.

Another seller comes in with a 1985 Rambo lunch box and thermos. Interestingly enough, 1985 was the last year that the 'Rambo' lunch box and thermos were made from metal. After that year, the company switch to plastic. Chumly Harrison and Cory Harrison are left to barter with this particular seller. They discuss their childhood lunch boxes and chat about the history of these iconic lunch boxes. Plus they dive into the fascinating history of the movie Rambo itself. The seller wants $100, but the bartering can be tough at the world-famous gold & silver pawn shop.

Finally, Rick Harrison travels to the East Coast of the United States to check out an amazing cannon in excellent condition. This Dutch East India Company cannon seems to be an original from the 18th century. Such weaponry was important to fend off pirates who would attempt to board and steal the goods that the Dutch East India Company ships were carrying.

Rick Harrison and his family own and run a pawn shop in Las Vegas named the 'world famous gold & silver pawn shop'. They purchase, sell and evaluate interesting artefacts with fascinating stories.