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Posted - 5 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!As your browser may have already notified you, Flash will no longer be supported after December 31, 2020. You may have also noticed that Pawn Stars: The Game runs using Flash.We have been working feverishly to convert the game to HTML5 before the new year, but it is taking a little longer than we had hoped. Rest assured that we are still working on it and your game data won't be lost, but there will be a lapse in access to the game via Facebook until we finish converting all the code.The game will still be accessible via the App Store & Google Play on your phone or tablet, however! If you haven't used it before, you can simply sign in using the same account you use to play on Facebook, so your shop and all of your items will still be there.Apologies for this little hiccup in service. We appreciate your patience!Have a safe and happy New Year, and Pawn On!:
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Posted - 5 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!As your browser may have already notified you, Flash will no longer be supported after December 31, 2020. You may have also noticed that Pawn Stars: The Game runs using Flash.We have been working feverishly to convert the game to HTML5 before the new year, but it is taking a little longer than we had hoped. Rest assured that we are still working on it and your game data won't be lost, but there will be a lapse in access to the game via Facebook until we finish converting all the code.The game will still be accessible via the App Store & Google Play on your phone or tablet, however! If you haven't used it before, you can simply sign in using the same account you use to play on Facebook, so your shop and all of your items will still be there.You can find Pawn Stars: The Game for mobile here:Google Play Store - Link Apple App Store - Link We apologize for the delay in service and appreciate your patience and understanding while we work on getting the web game back up and running as soon as possible!Have a safe and happy New Year, and Pawn On!
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Posted - 5 months 3 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Who else is ready to be done with this year?!The end is just around the corner... and now you can celebrate by installing your shop's very own New Year's Eve Ball!Have a happy and healthy 2021... and Pawn On!:
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Posted - 5 months 3 Weeks ago
Merry Christmas, Pawn Stars!This week we've added two new wallpapers to the shop for you: a red candy cane stripe, and a starry twilight sky. (Speaking of which, don't forget to catch the great conjunction between Jupiter and Saturn - it will still be visible until Dec. 29th!)Have a safe and happy holiday, and Pawn On!:
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Posted - 6 months 3 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Starting this week, you may see this silver Incan Kero come through your shop. They were traditionally made in pairs, as it was against Incan custom to drink alone, but this one seems to have been separated from its partner."The National Game" was one of the first books to look back on the sport of baseball in a historical context. This early 1900s tome could also be yours if you play your cards right!Pawn On!:
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Posted - 6 months 3 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Starting this week, you may see this silver Incan Kero come through your shop. They were traditionally made in pairs, as it was against Incan custom to drink alone, but this one seems to have been separated from its partner."The National Game" was one of the first books to look back on the sport of baseball in a historical context. This early 1900s tome could also be yours if you play your cards right! :
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Posted - 6 months 3 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Starting this week, you may see this silver Incan Kero come through your shop. They were traditionally made in pairs, as it was against Incan custom to drink alone, but this one seems to have been separated from its partner."The National Game" was one of the first books to look back on the sport of baseball in a historical context. This early 1900s tome could also be yours if you play your cards right!Pawn On!:
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Posted - 6 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!This week, be on the look out for an ornate Indo-Persian Helmet. Plus, a Dutch Flintlock Pistol from the 1700s.Pawn On!:
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Posted - 7 months 3 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars -This week you can pick up an antique tabletop printing press, used for small printing jobs such as cards. And if you're lucky enough to get a high-roller in your shop, you might come across this beautifully framed Mint appointment - signed by George Washington himself!Pawn On!:
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Posted - 7 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!While we all continue to wait... Count down the minutes with this gorgeous pocket watch once owned by John Hancock - the man with the distinction of signing his name before anyone else on the Declaration of Independence. You can only get it from a High-Roller customer though, so stay sharp! :
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Posted - 7 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!While we all continue to wait... Count down the minutes with this gorgeous pocket watch once owned by John Hancock - the man with the distinction of signing his name before anyone else on the Declaration of Independence. You can only get it from a High-Roller customer though, so stay sharp!Pawn On!:
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Posted - 7 months 3 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Ever feel like you could use an extra hand around the shop?Well now that the dark forces have begun to stir, try opening one of these portals into an otherworldly chaos realm inhabited by horrifying, oversized, cephalopodic beasts! Surely one of them would be willing to spare a tentacle or three.Happy Halloween, and Pawn On! :
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Posted - 7 months 3 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Ever feel like you could use an extra hand around the shop?Well now that the dark forces have begun to stir, try opening one of these portals into an otherworldly chaos realm inhabited by horrifying, oversized, cephalopodic beasts! Surely one of them would be willing to spare a tentacle or three. :
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Posted - 7 months 3 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Ever heard of the Kirtland Safety Society? It was a quasi-bank established for the Mormon community in Kirtland, Ohio. It wasn't long lived, however, since it began business just before a national financial recession called the Panic of 1837 hit. As a result, any notes from this bank are quite rare.Fender's Jazzmaster guitar sports a sleek, contoured design so it can be more comfortable to play while sitting down - like jazz and blues guitarists tend to prefer. Starting this week, you may see this lovely Jazzmaster with a rare "flame maple" wood grain make its way into your store.Pawn On!:
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Posted - 7 months 3 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Ever heard of the Kirtland Safety Society? It was a quasi-bank established for the Mormon community in Kirtland, Ohio. It wasn't long lived, however, since it began business just before a national financial recession called the Panic of 1837 hit. As a result, any notes from this bank are quite rare.Fender's Jazzmaster guitar sports a sleek, contoured design so it can be more comfortable to play while sitting down - like jazz and blues guitarists tend to prefer. Starting this week, you may see this lovely Jazzmaster with a rare "flame maple" wood grain make its way into your store.Pawn On!:
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Posted - 7 months 4 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Ever heard of the Kirtland Safety Society? It was a quasi-bank established for the Mormon community in Kirtland, Ohio. It wasn't long lived, however, since it began business just before a national financial recession called the Panic of 1837 hit. As a result, any notes from this bank are quite rare.Fender's Jazzmaster guitar sports a sleek, contoured design so it can be more comfortable to play while sitting down - like jazz and blues guitarists tend to pre :
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Posted - 8 months 4 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Just how far back does 3-D technology go? Well, the 1878 book "Gems of American Scenery" showcases scenic landscapes using stereoscopy, some of the earliest 3-D technology. Two slightly different images were printed next to each other on the page, and when looked at through the included pair of stereoscopic glasses, the image appears to have depth. Although, unlike the incarnation of 3-D glasses in the 80s, these weren't tinted red and blue.From the Latin f :
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Posted - 8 months 5 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Just how far back does 3-D technology go? Well, the 1878 book "Gems of American Scenery" showcases scenic landscapes using stereoscopy, some of the earliest 3-D technology. Two slightly different images were printed next to each other on the page, and when looked at through the included pair of stereoscopic glasses, the image appears to have depth. Although, unlike the incarnation of 3-D glasses in the 80s, these weren't tinted red and blue.From the Latin for "shopkeeper," an apothecary was the precursor to the modern pharmacist. They studied the properties of different herbs and chemicals, combining them in search of effective medicines or remedies. This antique scale is an important tool used by apothecaries to measure extremely small amounts of substances for their mixtures. Make sure you test those old weights for accuracy before using it, though...Pawn On!:
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Posted - 8 months 5 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Just how far back does 3-D technology go? Well, the 1878 book "Gems of American Scenery" showcases scenic landscapes using stereoscopy, some of the earliest 3-D technology. Two slightly different images were printed next to each other on the page, and when looked at through the included pair of stereoscopic glasses, the image appears to have depth. Although, unlike the incarnation of 3-D glasses in the 80s, these weren't tinted red and blue.From the Latin f :
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Posted - 8 months 5 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Just how far back does 3-D technology go? Well, the 1878 book "Gems of American Scenery" showcases scenic landscapes using stereoscopy, some of the earliest 3-D technology. Two slightly different images were printed next to each other on the page, and when looked at through the included pair of stereoscopic glasses, the image appears to have depth. Although, unlike the incarnation of 3-D glasses in the 80s, these weren't tinted red and blue.From the Latin for "shopkeeper," an apothecary was the precursor to the modern pharmacist. They studied the properties of different herbs and chemicals, combining them in search of effective medicines or remedies. This antique scale is an important tool used by apothecaries to measure extremely small amounts of substances for their mixtures. Make sure you test those old weights for accuracy before using it, though...Pawn On!:
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Posted - 8 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Extinct since the 17th century, elephant birds laid the largest eggs of any vertebrate - including the dinosaurs! Elephant birds were native to the island of Madagascar, and any eggs that are found there today remain property of the government. In other words, if one makes its way into your shop, you can be sure it's a rarity.Damascus steel, characterized by its water-like banding patterns, was created and forged into blades for centuries. But after its dec :
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Posted - 8 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Extinct since the 17th century, elephant birds laid the largest eggs of any vertebrate - including the dinosaurs! Elephant birds were native to the island of Madagascar, and any eggs that are found there today remain property of the government. In other words, if one makes its way into your shop, you can be sure it's a rarity.Damascus steel, characterized by its water-like banding patterns, was created and forged into blades for centuries. But after its decline around 1750 AD, the original method of producing it was lost. Modern attempts to duplicate it have not been entirely successful, though there are individuals who have claimed to. Starting this week, you can obtain your own knife made of this transfixing metal to display!Pawn On!:
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Posted - 8 months 3 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Karl Sandoval started his custom guitar business in 1979, crafting unique guitars for musicians such as Randy Rhoads, George Lynch, and Eddie Van Halen. Keep an eye out for this custom creation of his, a guitar in the style of a Gibson Flying V with a diamond polka-dot pattern.Dale Earnhardt Sr. was dubbed one of the most significant drivers in NASCAR history. After having won 76 Winston Cup races in his 27-year career, he tragically died in a collision dur :
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Posted - 8 months 3 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Karl Sandoval started his custom guitar business in 1979, crafting unique guitars for musicians such as Randy Rhoads, George Lynch, and Eddie Van Halen. Keep an eye out for this custom creation of his, a guitar in the style of a Gibson Flying V with a diamond polka-dot pattern.Dale Earnhardt Sr. was dubbed one of the most significant drivers in NASCAR history. After having won 76 Winston Cup races in his 27-year career, he tragically died in a collision during the final lap of the 2001 Indy 500 - an event which ultimately engendered better safety measures in every aspect of car racing.Starting this week, one of Earnhardt Sr.'s autographed racing jackets is now available for you to find!Take care, drive safe, and Pawn On.:
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Posted - 9 months 3 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Did you know that before license plates became standardized in 1914, it was up to each vehicle owner to make one themselves? They could be made of steel, iron, leather, and in some cases, the numbers were just painted on! This license plate was made for a California vehicle in 1911, before the era of standardized plates.Rolls Royce introduced the first car hood ornament in 1911 with a figure they called the "Spirit of Ecstasy." Cadillac followed suit in 1930 with their own figure known as "The Flying Goddess." This particular Flying Goddess design is one that Cadillac used in 1941, and it's still in great shape!Pawn On!:
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Posted - 9 months 3 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Did you know that before license plates became standardized in 1914, it was up to each vehicle owner to make one themselves? They could be made of steel, iron, leather, and in some cases, the numbers were just painted on! This license plate was made for a California vehicle in 1911, before the era of standardized plates.Rolls Royce introduced the first car hood ornament in 1911 with a figure they called the "Spirit of Ecstasy." Cadillac followed suit in 1930 with their own figure known as "The Flying Goddess." This particular Flying Goddess design is one that Cadillac used in 1941, and it's still in great shape!Pawn On!:
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Posted - 9 months 3 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Did you know that before license plates became standardized in 1914, it was up to each vehicle owner to make one themselves? They could be made of steel, iron, leather, and in some cases, the numbers were just painted on! This license plate was made for a California vehicle in 1911, before the era of standardized plates.Rolls Royce introduced the first car hood ornament in 1911 with a figure they called the "Spirit of Ecstasy." Cadillac followed suit in 193 :
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Posted - 9 months 3 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Did you know that before license plates became standardized in 1914, it was up to each vehicle owner to make one themselves? They could be made of steel, iron, leather, and in some cases, the numbers were just painted on! This license plate was made for a California vehicle in 1911, before the era of standardized plates.Rolls Royce introduced the first car hood ornament in 1911 with a figure they called the "Spirit of Ecstasy." Cadillac followed suit in 193 :
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Posted - 9 months 3 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars! Did you know that before license plates became standardized in 1914, it was up to each vehicle owner to make one themselves? They could be made of steel, iron, leather, and in some cases, the numbers were just painted on! This license plate was made for a California vehicle in 1911, before the era of standardized plates. Rolls Royce introduced the first car hood ornament in 1911 with a figure they called the "Spirit of Ecstasy." Cadillac followed suit in 1930 ...with their own figure known as "The Flying Goddess." This particular Flying Goddess design is one that Cadillac used in 1941, and it's still in great shape! Pawn On!
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Posted - 9 months 3 Days ago
Hey Pawn Stars! Did you know that before license plates became standardized in 1914, it was up to each vehicle owner to make one themselves? They could be made of steel, iron, leather, and in some cases, the numbers were just painted on! This license plate was made for a California vehicle in 1911, before the era of standardized plates. Rolls Royce introduced the first car hood ornament in 1911 with a figure they called the "Spirit of Ecstasy." Cadillac followed suit in 1930 ...with their own figure known as "The Flying Goddess." This particular Flying Goddess design is one that Cadillac used in 1941, and it's still in great shape! Pawn On!
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Posted - 9 months 1 Week ago
Hey Pawn Stars! Two new military pieces from the Civil War era are available this week. First, a U.S. army cap, or "Kepi," from the time period of the U.S. Indian Wars. The horn on top indicates that its wearer was part of the infantry division. Few have seen a gun like this Springfield Arms Revolving Carbine from 1849. It was ruled that its design infringed on an existing patent, halting its production early on and leaving fewer than 100 rifles in circulation.... Pawn On!
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Posted - 9 months 1 Week ago
Hey Pawn Stars! Two new military pieces from the Civil War era are available this week. First, a U.S. army cap, or "Kepi," from the time period of the U.S. Indian Wars. The horn on top indicates that its wearer was part of the infantry division. Few have seen a gun like this Springfield Arms Revolving Carbine from 1849. It was ruled that its design infringed on an existing patent, halting its production early on and leaving fewer than 100 rifles in circulation.... Pawn On!
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Posted - 9 months 1 Week ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Two new military pieces from the Civil War era are available this week.First, a U.S. army cap, or "Kepi," from the time period of the U.S. Indian Wars. The horn on top indicates that its wearer was part of the infantry division.Few have seen a gun like this Springfield Arms Revolving Carbine from 1849. It was ruled that its design infringed on an existing patent, halting its production early on and leaving fewer than 100 rifles in circulation.Pawn On!:
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Posted - 9 months 1 Week ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Two new military pieces from the Civil War era are available this week.First, a U.S. army cap, or "Kepi," from the time period of the U.S. Indian Wars. The horn on top indicates that its wearer was part of the infantry division.Few have seen a gun like this Springfield Arms Revolving Carbine from 1849. It was ruled that its design infringed on an existing patent, halting its production early on and leaving fewer than 100 rifles in circulation.Pawn On!:
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Posted - 9 months 1 Week ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Two new military pieces from the Civil War era are available this week.First, a U.S. army cap, or "Kepi," from the time period of the U.S. Indian Wars. The horn on top indicates that its wearer was part of the infantry division.Few have seen a gun like this Springfield Arms Revolving Carbine from 1849. It was ruled that its design infringed on an existing patent, halting its production early on and leaving fewer than 100 rifles in circulation. :
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Posted - 9 months 1 Week ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Two new military pieces from the Civil War era are available this week.First, a U.S. army cap, or "Kepi," from the time period of the U.S. Indian Wars. The horn on top indicates that its wearer was part of the infantry division.Few have seen a gun like this Springfield Arms Revolving Carbine from 1849. It was ruled that its design infringed on an existing patent, halting its production early on and leaving fewer than 100 rifles in circulation. :
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Posted - 9 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars! America's first intelligence agency, the Office of Strategic Services, was created by FDR during World War II. Its goal was to infiltrate the enemy with spies in order to collect strategic information, and it mounted several campaigns to disseminate propaganda within Germany itself. If you see some paperwork come across your desk this week, look carefully - it might be some forged documents confiscated from Nazi spies by the OSS! Franklin D. Roosevelt served f...our terms as president, through both the Great Depression and World War II. As such, his "lucky" campaign hat has quite the story attached to it! This particular Stetson hat is a one-of-a-kind item that can only be found via a high-roller customer... so you might end up needing your own lucky hat just to find it! Pawn On!
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Posted - 9 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars! America's first intelligence agency, the Office of Strategic Services, was created by FDR during World War II. Its goal was to infiltrate the enemy with spies in order to collect strategic information, and it mounted several campaigns to disseminate propaganda within Germany itself. If you see some paperwork come across your desk this week, look carefully - it might be some forged documents confiscated from Nazi spies by the OSS! Franklin D. Roosevelt served f...our terms as president, through both the Great Depression and World War II. As such, his "lucky" campaign hat has quite the story attached to it! This particular Stetson hat is a one-of-a-kind item that can only be found via a high-roller customer... so you might end up needing your own lucky hat just to find it! Pawn On!
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Posted - 9 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!America's first intelligence agency, the Office of Strategic Services, was created by FDR during World War II. Its goal was to infiltrate the enemy with spies in order to collect strategic information, and it mounted several campaigns to disseminate propaganda within Germany itself. If you see some paperwork come across your desk this week, look carefully - it might be some forged documents confiscated from Nazi spies by the OSS!Franklin D. Roosevelt served four terms as president, through both the Great Depression and World War II. As such, his "lucky" campaign hat has quite the story attached to it! This particular Stetson hat is a one-of-a-kind item that can only be found via a high-roller customer... so you might end up needing your own lucky hat just to find it!Pawn On!:
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Posted - 9 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!America's first intelligence agency, the Office of Strategic Services, was created by FDR during World War II. Its goal was to infiltrate the enemy with spies in order to collect strategic information, and it mounted several campaigns to disseminate propaganda within Germany itself. If you see some paperwork come across your desk this week, look carefully - it might be some forged documents confiscated from Nazi spies by the OSS!Franklin D. Roosevelt served four terms as president, through both the Great Depression and World War II. As such, his "lucky" campaign hat has quite the story attached to it! This particular Stetson hat is a one-of-a-kind item that can only be found via a high-roller customer... so you might end up needing your own lucky hat just to find it!Pawn On!:
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Posted - 9 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars!America's first intelligence agency, the Office of Strategic Services, was created by FDR during World War II. Its goal was to infiltrate the enemy with spies in order to collect strategic information, and it mounted several campaigns to disseminate propaganda within Germany itself. If you see some paperwork come across your desk this week, look carefully - it might be some forged documents confiscated from Nazi spies by the OSS!Franklin D. Roosevelt served :
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Posted - 10 months 19 Hours ago
Hey Pawn Stars! Did you know that between the Civil War and the Great Depression, America's two major political parties swapped platforms? In 1936, the Great Depression was entering its eighth year and Democratic incumbent Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal policies were extremely popular. The New Deal expanded federal power in order to regulate financial institutions, found welfare and pension programs, and invest in infrastructure development to create jobs. FDR was nominated... once more at the Democratic National Convention that year, before winning re-election in a landslide. But hold on... during the Civil War, the Democrats of the South were the ones advocating for smaller government while Republicans in the North wanted to abolish slavery, right? So what happened? A confluence of factors around the turn of the century began to reorient the political landscape, kicked off by the economic chaos from the Panic of 1893. Widespread discontent with the parties of the time, as well as the competition to attract the Western and Midwestern swing states, drove both parties to adopt different strategies. Democratic nominee William Jennings Bryan made his appeal to the working man, while Republican nominee William McKinley forged a conservative coalition of businessmen, professionals, and skilled factory workers. McKinley was victorious in the elections of both 1896 and 1900 while leading a successful economic recovery, but over time, voters from both parties began to embrace the progressive reforms Bryan had championed. It wasn't for another few decades that the political parties would eventually solidify into what we know them as today. And even though current party system is made up of entirely different people facing entirely different challenges, it will always be important to understand what led up to the moment we're in today. Starting this week, you can own a memento from one of these historic races! A campaign umbrella from 1900 made for William Jennings Bryan, or a stack of tickets for the 1936 Democratic National Convention. (Just in time for this year's DNC!) Okay voters, Pawn On!
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Posted - 10 months 21 Hours ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Did you know that between the Civil War and the Great Depression, America's two major political parties swapped platforms?In 1936, the Great Depression was entering its eighth year and Democratic incumbent Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal policies were extremely popular. The New Deal expanded federal power in order to regulate financial institutions, found welfare and pension programs, and invest in infrastructure development to create jobs. FDR was nominat :
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Posted - 10 months 1 Week ago
Hey Pawn Stars! Cigar torch lighters were designed to be displayed in hotel lobbies, restaurants and bars. In good condition, they can fetch a fair price from collectors. George O. Blake started his own brand of whiskey in the late 1800s. He used the spelling "whisky" on his products to make them sound as though they were imported, raising their perceived value. Painted advertisements like this were quite common until prohibition started in 1920.... Pawn On!
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Posted - 10 months 1 Week ago
Hey Pawn Stars! Cigar torch lighters were designed to be displayed in hotel lobbies, restaurants and bars. In good condition, they can fetch a fair price from collectors. George O. Blake started his own brand of whiskey in the late 1800s. He used the spelling "whisky" on his products to make them sound as though they were imported, raising their perceived value. Painted advertisements like this were quite common until prohibition started in 1920.... Pawn On!
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Posted - 10 months 1 Week ago
Hey Pawn Stars!Cigar torch lighters were designed to be displayed in hotel lobbies, restaurants and bars. In good condition, they can fetch a fair price from collectors.George O. Blake started his own brand of whiskey in the late 1800s. He used the spelling "whisky" on his products to make them sound as though they were imported, raising their perceived value. Painted advertisements like this were quite common until prohibition started in 1920. :
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Posted - 10 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars! Mario Andretti is one of the most decorated race car drivers ever... and now you could own a helmet that was both worn and signed by him! While the early 70's were quite a turbulent time, appreciation for Sammy Davis Jr. was something most everyone could agree on. So much so that Nixon invited him to stay at the White House after Davis endorsed him. This letter that Nixon penned to Davis is a great memento of some of the important firsts they shared (plus it h...as Nixon's signature to boot!) Pawn On!
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Posted - 10 months 2 Weeks ago
Hey Pawn Stars! This week, look for a first edition of the Guinness Book of Records, published in 1955. And don't miss this Shoto sword - a blade carried by samurai warriors in 12th century Japan. It may just have a traceable history if you know where to look! Stay sharp, and Pawn On!:
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Posted - 11 months 16 Hours ago
Hey Pawn Stars! The New York Yankees won their 27th World Series Championship in 2009, earning each member of the team - staff included - the same white gold ring studded with 119 diamonds. Baseball legend Honus Wagner played in the MLB for 21 seasons, and then coached for another 39 years! A game-worn jersey of his is sure to be a rare and valuable find.... Play hard, and Pawn On!
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Posted - 11 months 1 Week ago
Hey Pawn Stars! The Beatles have had countless trinkets created from their likenesses, a set of matching piggy banks being one example. It looks like this bank of Ringo - who just celebrated his birthday this Tuesday - has finally made it into the shop! After the Allied victory of WWII, the British Royal Air Force decided to make Victory Bells out of scrap aluminum from crashed German planes in order to help raise money for veterans and their families. Their production erred ...toward quantity over quality, but they still make an auspicious historical souvenir! Keep flying those flags of freedom, Pawn Stars. Pawn On!
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