Items include a pair of boots worn by Elton John; a James Bond Aston Martin toy car; a 44 B.C. Julius Caesar Roman coin; vintage Pez dispensers; a 16th-century book that belonged to Sir Isaac Newton; a collection of Viking copper and gold; and an aphorism signed by Mark Twain.
Items from Hollywood include a termination letter from 20th Century Fox to Marilyn Monroe; a life-size replica of the "Creature From the Black Lagoon"; a '51 Chevy convertible driven by Steve McQueen in his final film, a collection of unpublished photos of Paul Newman; a prop shield used in 1963's "Cleopatra"; and a whip supposedly from the Indiana Jones film franchise.moreless
Civil War-era items include a veteran's rifle; a campaign ribbon from Lincoln's first election; a sterling-silver flask; a lap desk made by Dr. Samuel Mudd, who treated John Wilkes Booth; a soldier's engraved pocket watch; an 1864 Lincoln/Johnson campaign poster and a Confederate-era schoolbook.
Items include a 40-year-old Bob Dylan album; molds of Joe DiMaggio's and John McGraw's Baseball Hall of Fame busts; a book printed by Benjamin Franklin; a suit worn by James Brown; a collection of autographs from Gemini space-program astronauts; and a football program from the first NFL championship game.
Items include a 1906 silver half-dollar that belonged to a passenger on the Titanic; a first edition of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"; a 1936 Zeiss 16mm camera; and a Howard Hughes plane altimeter.
Items from the 1990s include a jacket from "Pulp Fiction"; a guitar pedal possibly used by Kurt Cobain; a juror questionnaire from the O.J. Simpson trial; an early Matt Groening lithograph; two Dennis Rodman jerseys; Michael Jackson photos; and a few "Wayne's World" items.
Big-money relics include a 1961 Fender Stratocaster Guitar; a supposed Edward Hopper charcoal study; Rocky Marciano memorabilia; Mickey Mouse display items; a Ford Model A hot rod; a rare American coin; a "Star Wars" collection.
Items from the 1970s include a large Richard Nixon head; a shoe possibly worn by Secretariat; a Mattel Electronic Football game; a signed "Star Wars" script; signed Arthur Ashe memorabilia; two Aerosmith tour T-shirts; and a flag from Apollo 16.
Cool collectibles feature Elvis' $40,000 Superfly coat; "Star Trek" memorabilia; the debut issue of "Playboy" magazine featuring Marilyn Monroe; a 1963 first edition "The Amazing Spider-man" and a Batmobile replica.
Items include a George Lucas-signed draft of the original script for "Star Wars" and a terracotta medallion of Benjamin Franklin. Later, Chum considers opening a museum to display some of the shop's rarely seen pieces.
Season 10 begins with experts examining an edition of the Book of Mormon, a straitjacket possibly used by Harry Houdini, a signed Babe Ruth glove and bat, and plans for the World War 2 Battle of Iwo Jima.
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