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Once A Pawn A Time

The guys face trials at the shop, but find an old ammo collection & classic football helmets at auction.

- COMING UPON AUCTION HUNTERS...

- ME AND ALLEN HAVE A LOTINVESTED IN THIS STORE.

- TON AND I GOT A PAWN SHOP...

AND A NEW EMPLOYEE.- BIG SIS DON'T PLAY NO GAMES.

- YEAH!- ANYBODY AT 1,300?

- 1,300.- SOLD.

- YES!

- BUT IF A BIG AUCTIONAND SOME BIG FINDS...

- THAT IS MONEY.- WHOO-WHEE!

DON'T PAY OUT...- WHAT THE HELL?

- WHOA!WE COULD BE OUT OF BUSINESS...

- 5 GRAND IF IT FIRES.

- NO. HELL, NO!- FOR GOOD.

- HOW YOU LIKE YOUR EGGS?- SCRAMBLED.

[gunshot]- YEAH!

- 550. NOW 600.

- EVERY DAY IN AMERICA,

THOUSANDS OF ABANDONEDSTORAGE UNITS

ARE PUT UPFOR PUBLIC AUCTION.

- SOLD!- SOLD IT. 500.

- YOU BOUGHT IT.$1,850.

- THESE AUCTIONSHAVE BECOME BIG BUSINESS

FOR THOSE WHO KNOWWHAT TO LOOK FOR.

- $250,000.- OH, HO, HO.

I'M ALLEN HAFF.- AND I'M TON JONES.

- WE'RE AUCTION HUNTERS.

YOU WON'T BELIEVE...

ALL RIGHT!- THE THINGS WE FIND...

- AND SELL.- 17,000.

- YOU GOT A DEAL.- AND THE BETTER THE HISTORY...

THE HIGHER THE PRICE.- OH, MY GOD!

- WE'RE BACK IN BUSINESS,BROTHER.

[gun cocks, machete slashes]

- AFTER YEARS OF KILLING ITIN THE AUCTION BUSINESS,

TON AND I ARE GOING ALL INON OUR BIGGEST GAMBLE YET.

- WE OPENED UPOUR OWN PAWN SHOP.

- NOW, FOR THE FIRST TIME,BUYERS CAN COME TO US.

BUT HAVING A SHOPMEANS OUR EXPENSES

HAVE GONE THROUGH THE ROOF.

SO MAKING A PROFITAT EVERY AUCTION

IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER.

- THIS IS AUCTION HUNTINGON A WHOLE NEW LEVEL.

- ALL RIGHT, HOW DO YOU LIKETHE JUKEBOX OVER HERE?

- CAN WE PUTSOMETHING ELSE THERE?

- COME ON, DUDE.

- DOES IT WORK?- YES.

- MAN, WE GOTTA GETSOME MORE STUFF.

- YES, THAT'S EXACTLY RIGHT.

THAT'S WHY WE'RE GOINGTO AN AUCTION TODAY.

HOW ELSE ARE WE GONNA PAYTHE HIGH RENT WE'VE GOT HERE?

WHEN YOU START A BUSINESS,YOU DON'T EXPECT TO MAKE MONEY

ON DAY ONE.IN FACT,

WE'RE SO FAR IN THE REDRIGHT NOW

THAT I'M STARTINGTO SWEAT A LITTLE BIT.

WE'RE GONNA GET SOME INVENTORYUP HERE

AS SOON AS BIG SIS GETS IN HERE.- WE NEED TO GO.

- WHY IS THIS SITTINGIN THE OFFICE?

THIS SHOULD BE ON THE SHELF.- LOOK AT THIS.

ALL RIGHT, VERY GOOD.EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH

COMING UP FOR YOU.

- SHE'S OUR ONLY EMPLOYEE.- YEAH.

- BIG SIS IS OUR NEWSHOP MANAGER.

SHE'S AN EXPERT WHEN IT COMESTO ELECTRONICS AND RETAIL.

- SHE WORKED FOR A BUYER WE KNOWWHO WENT OUT OF BUSINESS,

AND WHEN SHE HEARDWE OPENED UP A SHOP,

SHE WOULDN'T TAKE NOFOR AN ANSWER.

ARE YOU READY FOR THIS?- I AM READY FOR THIS.

- SHE SAID ITLIKE SHE MEANT IT, TON.

- TON AND ALLEN USED TO ALWAYSBRING THIS CRAZY STUFF

TO THE PLACE I WORKED AT.

SO WHEN THE SHOP CLOSED DOWN,I MADE SURE

HAFF TON PAWN'SEMPLOYEE NUMERO UNO

WAS YOURS TRULY.

- I DON'T KNOW.WHAT DO YOU THINK?

- DON'T SCREW IT UP.

- DON'T WORRY.I GOT THIS, BUDDHA.

THESE GUYS ACT LIKEI'M NEW TO THIS.

I'VE BEEN DOING RETAILFOR 15 YEARS.

IT'S LIKE ASKING WAYNE GRETZKYDOES HE KNOW HOW TO ICE SKATE.

I'M A PRO.

- LET'S GO TO COVINA, BABY!

LET'S GO, BIG MAN!

YEAH, WHO'S WITH ME?COME ON!

- NEXT TIME...DECAF.

- [laughs]DEFINITELY.

- ALL RIGHT?- ALL RIGHT.

- I'M COMING.

- TODAY WE'RE HEADEDTO A 15-UNIT AUCTION IN COVINA.

AND 15 UNITS IS 15 CHANCES

FOR US TO COME UP BIGFOR OUR PAWN SHOP.

WE GOTTA GET SOME MONEYUP IN THIS....

BUT WITH MORE AND MORE PEOPLEGETTING IN THIS BUSINESS

EVERY DAY,COMPETITION IS GONNA BE TOUGH.

- WE'RE GONNA NEEDEVERY ONE OF THOSE CHANCES

IF WE'RE GONNACOME OUT ON TOP.

- LOOK AT THISROGUE'S GALLERY, TON.

- WOW.

THIS IS A FUN CROWD.- LOOK AT THESE GUYS.

- I THINK I WANT TO PICK ONDISCOUNT COWBOY TODAY.

THE HERMOSA BOYS ARE BACK.

WHAT ARE THEY DOINGOUT HERE IN THE DESERT?

- MARIO LOPEZ JUNIORAND PONYTAIL MCGEE OVER THERE

ARE THE WORST KINDOF COMPETITION.

THEY CARE MORE ABOUTMAKING A POINT

THAN MAKING A PROFIT.

- THEY'RE LIKE A THUMBTACKON YOUR SEAT.

THEY MAY BE SMALL,

BUT THEY CAN BE A BIG PAININ YOUR ASS.

- WHAT'S UP ALLEN, TON?HEAR YOU OPENED UP A SHOP.

- YEAH.- REALLY? IN A BAD ECONOMY?

- LET'S TRY SOMETHING NEW.

HOW ABOUT NOTRUNNING YOUR MOUTH ALL DAY

FOR A CHANGE?

OKAY? IF YOU DO THAT,

I MIGHT STAY OUT OF YOUR WAYAT THE END.

- EVERYBODY,WELCOME TO THE AUCTION.

- I DON'T LIKETHAT [bleep] GUY.

- OKAY, I KNOWTHAT YOU GUYS THINK

WE HAD 15 UNITS TODAY.

IT'S DOWN TO 3.- 3 UNITS?

THE WHOLE REASONWE CAME TO THIS AUCTION

WAS FOR 15 UNITS,AND NOW THERE'S JUST 3?

WE'RE SCREWED.

- OKAY, ONE LINE, GUYS.

- MM-HMM.

THE STUFF IN THIS UNIT'S RIGHTFOR A QUICK SELL,

IF WE CAN GET ITAT THE RIGHT PRICE.

- FAST CASH IS WHATWE NEED RIGHT NOW.

BUT LET'S JUST SEE HOWTHE BEACH BUMS PLAY IT.

- OKAY, EVERYBODYHAD A GOOD LOOK?

ANYBODY GOT A $200 OPENER?START IT AT 200.

I GOT A 200, 250, 300.- 550.

- 550, 600.600, NOW 650.

- 750.- 750. NOW 800.

GOT AN $800 BID, NOW AT 800.- YEAH.

I GOT 850. 850, 900.NOW A $900 BID

NOW AT 900.I GOT 900, 950.

NOW $1,000.GOT A $1,000 BID. NOW 1,100.

GOT AN $1,100 BID.NOW AT 1,100. 1,100, 1,200.

- YEAH.- I GOT A $1,200 BID. NOW 1,300.

GOT A $1,300 BID.ANYBODY AT 1,300? NOW 1,400.

GOT A $1,400 BID?

$1,300 BID ONE TIME...AND TWICE.

SOLD FOR 1,300.

- DAMN IT, BRO,THANKS TO THOSE JACKASSES

WHO CAN'T PRICE A UNIT,

ONE OF OUR THREE CHANCESJUST WENT OUT THE WINDOW.

HAVE FUN SPENDING MONEY,GUYS.

- YOU KNOW, WE COULD ALWAYSRESELL IT TO YOU, [bleep].

- THERE ARETWO UNITS LEFT,

AND WE'VE GOT TO MAKE THE SHOPSOME MONEY.

IF WE SEE SOMETHING WE LIKE,

WE'RE GONNA HAVETO GET AGGRESSIVE.

RIGHT.- OH...

- 2,200.- 2,200.

- ANYBODY GOT A $200, BID?GOT A 200? OPEN AT 200?

- I GOT 200. 250.GOT A 250, NOW 300.

GOT A $300 BID AT 300.I GOT A $300 BID.

NOW 350? GOT A 350, 400.

NOW $400 BID.

I GOT 400, NOW 500.

- 2 GRAND.- I GOT A $2,000 BID.

- 2 GRAND?THAT WAS A PRETTY BIG JUMP.

- DUDE, WE GOT A SHOPTO FILL.

- I GOT A $2,000 BID.

I GOT A $2,000 BID ONCE.

$2,000 TWICE...SOLD, 2,000.- [laughs]

WOW. FEELS GOODTO ACTUALLY GET ONE.

GETTING AGGRESSIVEREALLY WORKED,

BUT IT ALSO TOOK A LOTOF THE VALUE OUT OF THAT UNIT.

- IT BETTER PAY OFF,OR WE'RE 2 GRAND IN THE HOLE.

- WHAT HAPPENED?- THAT'S MINE.

[seals barking]

- GONNA BE IT FOR YOU TODAY?

- THAT'S 40 BUCKS.[cash register rings]

- THANKS.- ALL RIGHT. HEY, MAN,

WE ONLY BEEN OPEN AN HOUR,

AND BIG SIS ALREADY MADEA SALE.

HEY, HOW YOU DOING?BY THE TIME THE GUYS GET BACK,

I'M SITTING ON A PILE OF CASH,LIKE BLOOP, BLOOP, BLOOP MONEY.

WHAT'S YOUR NAME, SIR?- HEY, I'M RICK.

- HEY, RICK, YOU INTERESTEDIN THIS NICE PIECE

OF MACHINERY HERE?

- IT CERTAINLY LOOKSINTERESTING.

- WANNA HEAR HOW IT SOUNDS?- YEAH.

- OKAY, THIS IS ONE OF MYFAVORITE CUTS RIGHT HERE.

HMM.

OH...

[electricity crackles]

MAN, THE GUYS TRUSTED ME,

AND I CAN'T EVENKEEP THE LIGHTS ON.

UH, EVERYBODY,THIS WAY TO THE EXIT.

THAT'S A BAD LOOKFOR BIG SIS.

- OKAY, LET'S GO, GUYS.NEXT UNIT.

KEEP THE LINE MOVING.

- THIS IS THE LAST OF THREEUNITS UP FOR AUCTION TODAY.

IF WE'RE GONNA MAKE ANY MONEY,

WE CAN'T LET THE HERMOSA BOYSGET IN OUR WAY.

- THIS IS OUR LAST SHOT, T.IT'S GO TIME.

DON'T YOU HAVE A QUAD?- SO?

- A SOUPED-UP QUAD WOULD BE

GREAT TO HAVE IN OUR STORE,

EVEN IF WE HAD TO MOVESOME STUFF AROUND.

- BESIDES, BRO,QUADS ARE LIKE TATTOOS--

YOU CAN NEVER HAVE ENOUGHOF 'EM.

RIGHT?- EH...

- OKAY, GOT A $100 BID,ANYBODY?

ANYBODY GOT A $100 BID?

- 500.- I GOT A 500. 525?

- 525, 550, 575.575, 600?

- 1,200.

- 1,200, NOW 1,250.[ringtone shrieks]

- WHAT? WE'RE AT AN AUCTION.

- THE LIGHTS WENT OUT.I'M OUTSIDE

LOOKING AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER,BUT I CAN'T FIGURE OUT

HOW TO TURN THE THINGBACK ON.

- WHAT?- [auctioneering]

- YOU DON'T--

I DON'T KNOW.FIGURE IT OUT. I GOTTA GO.

- WHAT'S ALL THIS?- 1,300. SOLD.

THAT'S THE END OF THE AUCTION.THANKS FOR COMING.

- SERIOUSLY?YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME.

NOW, THAT HAS GOTTABE SOMETHING.

- JACKPOT.- AAH!

- HURRY UP. DAMN.

- THIS IS COLLECTOR STUFF.

- 5 GRAND.- HELL, NO.

- WHAT ARE THE ODDSTHAT THAT THING SURVIVES?

- 50/50.

- 1,300 ONE TIME...- AND THEN NEXT THING I KNEW--

- I DON'T KNOW. FIGURE IT OUT.I'VE GOTTA GO.

- I DON'T KNOW HOWTO TURN THE POWER ON.

- SOLD.[cash register rings]

THAT'S THE END OF THE AUCTION.THANKS FOR COMING.

- YOU SEE ONE QUAD,AND YOU GET EXCITED.

- YOU KNOW, WE COULD ALWAYS SELLIT BACK TO YOU, TO YOUR SHOP.

WE'LL GIVE YOU A GOOD PRICE.- THIS IS UNREAL.

WE JUST LOST A UNIT BECAUSE OFA CALL FROM THE SHOP?

I MEAN, THAT PLACE IS SUPPOSEDTO MAKE US MONEY,

NOT COSTING US.

- LET'S JUST FOCUSON OUR ONE UNIT.

WE'VE GOT 2 GRAND RIDINGON THIS.

WITH HAFF TON PAWN,EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS.

I STILL THINK WE GOT THISAT A DEAL.

- OH, YEAH.

LET ME GET THE COMPUTEROUT OF THE WAY.

- WHAT DO WE GOT HERE?

[vuvuzela blares]

IT STILL WORKS.

CLEAN UP, AISLE NINE.

- HEY!- WHAT?

- I'M STANDING HERE,I DIDN'T EVEN SEE THIS.

- HOLY--- GRAB THAT.

NOW, THAT HAS GOTTO BE SOMETHING.

- "OVERLAND STAGE LINE."- SO PROBABLY, WHAT,

A RAILROAD SHIPPING COMPANY.

THIS FEELS LIKE IT'S 1800,MAYBE MADE FROM PINE.

I THINK THIS TRUNK HAS GOTTO BE WORTH 400 OR 500 BUCKS.

- I LEFT THE BOLT CUTTERSAT THE SHOP.

- LET'S FINISH UP HEREAND TAKE IT TO THE SHOP.

- WHAT WE CAN GET TO NOW

IS THE WHOLE REASONBEHIND THIS UNIT.

- SET IT RIGHT DOWN THERE.

WHOO-WHEE!

- SCHA-WING!- THAT IS BITCHEN.

SOME GENIUS, PROBABLY ABOUTTHE TURN OF THE CENTURY,

FIGURED OUT THAT IF YOUPUT PRESSURE ON THE HOT WATER,

YOU COULD PUSH IT THROUGHSUPER FAST,

AND YOU CAN GET YOUR COFFEETWICE AS QUICK.

INSTEAD OF THATSLOW-DRIP STUFF.

WE CAN HAVE SOME FUNWITH THIS.

- YEAH, MAYBE I COULD TURN ITINTO A MOONSHINE STILL.

- NO.- YOU'RE NO FUN.

- ALL RIGHT, DUDE...- JACKPOT.

MONEY! THAT IS MONEY.

- DUDE, THESE ARE OLDFOOTBALL HELMETS.

OH, MY GOD.

WHAT YOU'RE HOLDINGLOOKS LIKE

IT'S OLDER THANTHESE OTHER ONES.

- THAT'S PRETTY BITCHEN,THOUGH.

- THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKESOMETHING

A ROMAN GLADIATOR WOULD WEAR.

THIS GUY RIGHT HEREIS BEAUTIFUL.

HOW CAN ANY OF THESE BE WORTHLESS THAN A FEW HUNDRED BUCKS?

- THAT'S REALLY--- PUT ME IN, COACH.

25...18...

CUH, CUH!HUT, HUT!

AAH!

THERE WAS A TIME.THERE WAS A TIME.

- WE GOTTA CUT OFF THE COFFEETO YOU.

- TODAY DIDN'T GO AS PLANNED.

WE FOUND A FEW ITEMSFOR THE SHOP,

BUT THERE'S NOGUARANTEED MONEY HERE.

- THERE BETTER BE GOLD BARSINSIDE THAT BOX,

OTHERWISE,WE'RE IN BIG TROUBLE.

- WHAT'S GOIN ON HERE?HELLO?

[whistles]- DON'T FREAK OUT,

BUT YOU KNOW THATPRECIOUS JUKEBOX OF YOURS?

THE FUSE OR THE BREAKERS BLEW.I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO.

- HOW LONG HAS THE SHOPBEEN CLOSED?

- THREE HOURS.- THREE HOURS, NO SALES?

- ONE SALE.I MADE 40 BUCKS.

- ALL DAY?

- I TOLD YOU WE SHOULD'VEGOT RID OF THAT JUKEBOX.

- NO, IT'S NOT THE JUKEBOX.

WE GOT AN OLD SERVICE.I'LL TAKE A LOOK.

- OH, MY LUCKY LOCK PICK.

- THIS STORIED BOX IS PROBABLY150 YEARS OLD,

PROBABLY CARRIED MAIL,MAYBE BANK NOTES, MAYBE GOLD.

- MAYBE HURRY UP.

HMM.

- WELL, THERE'S AMMO.OLD, OLD AMMO.

LOOK AT SOME OF THESE BOXES,BUD.

- AMMO DATINGALL THE WAY BACK HERE. OH, MAN.

- IF THERE'S AMMO,THERE'S A GUN, RIGHT?

- THE BAD THING IS, NO GUN.

THE GOOD THING ISPEOPLE COLLECT THESE BOXES.

PAPER THAT SURVIVED 100 YEARSAND STILL INTACT,

LIKE SOME OF THESE,YOU'RE LOOKING AT

AT LEAST 100 BUCKS A BOX.

THIS IS SOME SERIOUS CASH.

- SELLING THIS AMMO OUTPIECE BY PIECE

WOULD BE LIKE A MONKEYTRYING TO MAKE LOVE

TO A FOOTBALL.- WHAT?

- IT COULD TAKE A WHILE.

- LUCKILY, WE KNOW A DEALERNAMED BLAZE,

AND HE LOVESANTIQUE FIREARMS.

- WITH BLAZE, WE HAVE THE CHANCETO MAKE THE MONEY WE NEED

RIGHT NOW,SO WE'RE TAKING IT.

- WHAT DO YOU GOT ME TODAY?

ARE YOU SELLINGTHE WELLS FARGO BOX,

OR WHAT ARE YOU SELLING?

- ACTUALLY, WE'D KINDA LIKETO KEEP THAT.

WHAT WE HAVE FOR YOUIS INSIDE THE BOX.

- WOW.THESE ARE ANTIQUES.

THIS IS PHENOMENAL.

YOU JUST DON'T FIND BOXESLIKE THIS.

ORIGINAL BALL AND CAP.

THAT'S WHY THEY CALL IT A ROUND,BECAUSE IT IS ROUND.

NOT VERY ACCURATE. THAT'S WHYTHE ODDS OF YOU HITTING 'EM

WERE SLIM TO NONE,AND YOU WERE LIABLE

TO GET SHISH-KEBABED.- WOW.

- WHAT REALLY CHANGED THINGSIS THIS LITTLE ROUND RIGHT HERE.

THIS IS A PINFIRE.

A FRENCHMAN, IN 1826,HE CAME UP WITH THIS IDEA.

HE PUT A LITTLE PRIMERON THE BOTTOM,

PUT THE PIN IN--INTO THE PRIMER--

PUT BLACK POWDER IN IT, AND PUTA BULLET ON THE END OF IT.

WE ACTUALLY,IN THE UNITED STATES,

USED THESE DURINGTHE CIVIL WAR.

INSTEAD OF HAVING TO LOADA MUZZLE STUFFER,

YOU OPENED THE GUN,AND YOU DROPPED A ROUND IN.

IT WAS THE FIRST SUCCESSFULSELF-CONTAINED CARTRIDGE.

I CAN'T BELIEVETHE STUFF YOU'VE GOT.

YOU'VE GOT THE HISTORYOF AMMUNITION IN HERE.

- THE MORE BLAZETALKS UP THIS AMMO,

THE MORE GREEN I CAN SEEIN OUR REGISTER.

- CHA-CHING!- SO WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?

- 5 GRAND.- NO. HELL, NO!

- SO WHAT DO YOU THINK?- $20,000.

- THAT'S NOT WHATI'M GONNA PAY YOU.

WE ARE IN A PAWN SHOP,AFTER ALL.

- I HAVE A GUNTHAT WILL SHOOT THIS.

- HEY, ALLEN,HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR EGGS?

- SCRAMBLED.

- YAAHH!

- WOW, THESE ARE ANTIQUES.

- THAT'S WHY WE BROUGHT ITTO YOU.

- SO WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?- 5 GRAND.

- NO. HELL, NO.THAT'S TOO MUCH.

IS ANY OF IT SHOOTABLE?- WE DON'T KNOW.

- [sighs]

I TELL YOU WHAT, I HAPPENTO HAVE A GUN IN MY TRUCK

THAT WILL SHOOT THIS PINFIRE.

I'LL GO 4,000 ON ITIF THIS SHOOTS.

- WHY THAT BULLET?- THIS LITTLE THING

IS THE MOST VULNERABLETO DETERIORATION.

THAT MEANS IF THIS SHOOTS,

THE REST OF THE AMMUNITIONHAS BEEN PROPERLY STORED.

- SO WHAT WOULD THE VALUE BEIF IT WON'T FIRE?

- HALF.- HALF?

- TOLD YOU HE'S SHEISTY.

- IF THAT FIRES,I'LL BUY THE WHOLE THING, 4,000.

INCLUDING THE BOX.

- IF YOU WANT TO INCLUDETHE BOX,

5 GRAND, IF IT FIRES,2,500 IF IT DOESN'T.

- YOU GOT A DEAL.

- WE'VE GOT A LOT RIDINGON THIS ONE BULLET.

AT 2,500 BUCKS,WE'RE BARELY BREAKING EVEN.

- I KNOW, BRO.THIS THING BETTER FIRE.

HEY, ALLEN,HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR EGGS?

- SCRAMBLED.

- OH, NO!

- COME ON!- NO!

- YOU MAY AS WELL GO OUT THEREAMD LET'S BREAK AN EGG OPEN

AND MAKE ME AN OMELET.

- I CAN'T BELIEVEWE JUST LOST 2,500 BUCKS.

WE REALLY NEEDED THAT ONE.

- WELL, BLAZE SEEMS HAPPYWITH IT.

- [laughs]HERE YOU GO, 2,500.

- TELL ME YOU GOT SOMETHINGIN THE TRUCK

THAT WILL KILL THOSE EGGSFOR US.

I MEAN, I ALREADY LOST2,500 BUCKS.

AT LEAST LET'S HAVESOME FUN.

- I DO.- OH...

MAUSER .9mm.

- THAT'S FROM WORLD WAR I.

- HOW DO YOU WANTYOUR EGGS NOW?

- ON HIS CAR.

- WHOO!I MADE SOME BREAKFAST.

- YEAH, YA DID.

- 2,500 BUCKS BARELY COVEREDTHE COST OF THE UNIT.

AS FOR THE SHOP EXPENSES,WE'RE STILL IN DEEP [bleep].

- NOW WE'RE HEADED BACKTO THE SHOP

TO MAKE A DEALON THOSE HELMETS WE FOUND.

WE'RE MEETING A CLIENTNAMED TJ,

AND HE DEALS IN ALL KINDSOF SPORTS MEMORABILIA.

I'M HOPING HE MAKES USA BIG OFFER.

- LET'S HOPE SO,OR WE'RE NOT GONNA HAVE A SHOP

FOR MUCH LONGER.

- TJ.- ALLEN, HOW ARE YOU, MAN?

THANKS FOR COMINGALL THE WAY DOWN.

- HOLY COW.THIS IS AMAZING STUFF.

THIS IS FABULOUS.

THESE CAME OUT IN, LIKE, 1880.OLD FOOTBALL HELMETS.

- THAT'S FROM 1880?- YEAH. IN THE VERY BEGINNING,

WHEN YOU GO BACK HERE,THEY WEREN'T ALLOWED TO TACKLE

BELOW THE WAIST,SO NOBODY WORE HEADGEAR.

ONCE THEY ALLOWED THE PEOPLETO TACKLE BELOW THE WAIST,

PEOPLE WERE GETTING THEIR HEADSHURT AND THEIR NOSES BROKEN,

SO THEY STARTED BRINGING UPSOMETHING TO HELP 'EM OUT.

WOW, WHERE'D YOU GET THIS?

YOU ACTUALLY HAVEAN EXECUTIONER-STYLE.

NOW, THESE ARE RARE.

KINDA LOOKS LIKE JASONOR SOMETHING,

LIKE FRIDAY THE 13th,

OR SOMETHING TON MIGHT WEARON AN OFF DAY.

THE ISSUE WAS THEY WERE JUSTTOO EXPENSIVE TO MAKE.

NOT ALL TEAMSCOULD AFFORD 'EM.

THEY ENDED UPGETTING PHASED OUT.

VERY FEW SURVIVED.

- YOU CAN'T CHECK THE BOOKON THIS ONE, CAN YOU?

- I AM THE BOOK.

I'D SAY EACH ONE OF THESEARE SINGLE-DIGIT THOUSAND.

ANYWHERE FROM 8,000 TO 12,000.THIS IS THE MOST VALUABLE,

PROBABLY THE EASIEST ONETO SELL.

- 8,000 TO 12,00 APIECE?♪ HMM

- THAT'S NOT WHATI'M GONNA PAY YOU.

WE ARE IN A PAWN SHOP,AFTER ALL.

SO WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?

- $20,000 SOUNDS REALLY GOOD.- $20,000?

YOU KNOW WHAT SOUNDS GOODTO ME?

LET'S SAY I WERE THINKINGABOUT 2,500, 2,500, 2,500,

AND 3,000.

- I JUST DON'T KNOW WHATMY MOTIVATION IS TO SELL THESE.

I WOULDN'T MIND HAVING THIS GUY.

- WHAT ARE YOU GONNA DO WITH IT?- I DON'T KNOW.

- YOU GONNA PUT IT NEXT TOTHAT OTHER ONE YOU CAN'T SELL?

I'LL GIVE YOU ONE SHOT.$15,000.

- BOY, THAT'S AN AGGRESSIVE,STRONG MOVE.

- I JUST OFFERED YOU15,000 AMERICAN DOLLARS.

- $17,000.

- $16,500, I'M IN.

- SOLD.

ALL RIGHT.- IT'S BEEN A PLEASURE, BOYS.

- WELL, BRO, HAVING A SHOPIS A LOT TOUGHER

THAN I IMAGINED.

- WE SOLD THE ANTIQUEAMMO COLLECTION TO BLAZE

FOR 2,500 BUCKS.

BUT THOSE CLASSIC HELMETSWENT FOR A LIFESAVING 16,500.

- WE PAID $2,000FOR THE ONE UNIT

AND SOLD THE CONTENTSFOR $19,000

FOR AN AMAZING PROFITOF 17,000 BUCKS.

GOOD TO KNOWI CAN BE A BARISTA

IF THIS OTHER THINGDOESN'T WORK OUT.

AND WE ARE DRINKINGLIQUID HISTORY.

CHEERS.- CHEERS.

- IT'S A GREAT MOMENT,BUT IT COULD BE BETTER

WITH A LITTLE ROCKOLAFROM THE JUKEBOX!

- HEY, HEY, I WOULDN'T--

- OH, HERE WE GO.

- WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS--

- DUDE, GOTTA GET RIDOF THAT JUKEBOX.

- ♪ GARBAGE

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