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Upset over dwindling profit margins, the Old Man offers a steak dinner and 0 prize to whoever exhibits the highest profit margin by the end of the month.In this clip episode, as Rick, Corey, and Chumlee prepare to be taken out by a grumpy Richard to a surprise location to celebrate Christmas, they reminisce about the purchases they've made over the course of the past year. Items appraised include American Revolutionary War-era currency printed by Benjamin Franklin; a battle axe purported to be from the 15th century; and a 1950 ship's camera purported to be from the USS Wisconsin.
Items appraised include a 1901 Edison phonograph; an AYT XP 2200 speedboat in need of restoration; a collection of gold demonic figurines painted black; a 1922 antique savings book, and a Binion's playing card vending machine.
The Old Man sets up a cuss jar due to habitual swearing on the part of the shop's staff.
Items appraised include a dilapidated 1950s Coca-Cola machine brought in by Ron Dale (the brother of recurring restoration expert Rick Dale and future castmember of American Restoration); an 18th-century flintlock pistol that needs authentication; and a 1941 Philco Radio.
After the Old Man misidentifies a Carson City silver dollar, he is cajoled into getting an eye exam.
Items appraised include an autographed Chuck Berry Fender guitar; a 1861 Civil War cavalry saber whose unsharpened blade gives Rick cause for doubt; a Native American energy totem; and a 1916 National Cash Register.