Professor Tudor Parfitt's hunt for the last resting place of the legendary Ark of the Covenant, believed to contain the stone tablets on which the Ten Commandments are inscribed. Inspired by ancient documents and codes, his twenty year quest has led him across the Middle East, Arabia and Africa. His research finally leads him to what he believes to be the relic, but challenges conventional notions of what it really is
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy an 1875 Remington pistol; Rick and the Old Man meet a man hoping to sell a Civil War bugle; the grandson of a famous Prime Minister comes in with a clock presented to his grandfather by President Nixon.
The team is presented with a U.S. postage printing plate from 1862; a guy comes in with a rare recording of a speech given by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made just before his assassination; Rick and Chumlee encounter a Star Wars collector's dream.
A limited edition photograph of Albert Einstein comes in the shop; Rick and Corey are presented with a collection of confidential documents from the Pentagon; the Old Man takes the day off to tour a World War II era B-17 Bomber.
The guys are amazed when a first-issue Spider-Man comic book is brought into the shop; a guy moseys in with an antique 1860 Colt Army Pistol; the old man checks out a gold mining stock certificate issued to author Mark Twain.
The guys experience some family drama when a rifle from the Hatfield-McCoy feud is brought into the shop, a painting by rock and roll artist Denny Dent is brought in and a guy comes in with an inkwell owned by William Andrews Clark.
A guy brings in a ring believed to have been owned by a Roman Catholic cardinal; a woman comes in with a collection of four antique pistols from the 1800s; Corey and Chumlee check out John Wayne's yearbook.
The Las Vegas pawnbrokers examine top-secret maps and battle plans from the Second World War battle of Iwo Jima. They also consider a 1967 Ford F-100 truck and an ore cart from the Goldfield mines that dates back to the 1860s
The Las Vegas pawnbrokers get their hands on lost footage of President Franklin Roosevelt. Rick examines a cast-iron coffee grinder from the 1800s, and Corey and Chumlee go head to head in an obstacle race
The Pawn Stars are presented with a whisky flask from the Civil War era believed to be from a Confederate spy; Chumlee and the Old Man meet a man hoping to sell his English dueling pistols; Corey has a chance to buy a piece of Rock-n-Roll history.
The Pawn Stars as they take aim at a hat believed to have been worn by John Wayne; Rick and Chumlee are presented with an alleged Rembrandt etching; a woman hopes to sell her classic 1950s clapping chimp toy.
A 1918 Buick Touring Car is driven to the shop, Rick and Chumlee encounter a tennis racket signed by tennis legend Arthur Ashe, a guy sneaks in with a set of fake books used to smuggle guns out of Germany after WWII.