Pawn Stars: Tiffany’s Sterling Silver Ice Bucket Puts Corey’s Deal on Ice (S11) | History

Pawn Stars: Tiffany’s Sterling Silver Ice Bucket Puts Corey’s Deal on Ice (S11) | History


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  1. The bucket would bring more at an auction house, and after you pay all the fees, you would get less than $1,800.🤦‍♂️

  2. So only the silver was worth 700 if we go by his calculations, which might not even take into account the quality of it, then you have a Tiffany branding and an age of over 150 years to boot and Corey was expecting to get away with 1500? More like 5000.

  3. Corey: I’m Ricks son, I’ve been family trained to give no more than $1,000 for any item
    Customer: it’s worth $80,000
    Corey: I’ll give you $30 right now CASH 3 $10 bills. Have you ever seen that?

  4. Pawn shop employee : Hey boss I'm going on my hour lunch break

    Rick: Best I can do is 15 minutes and I'm taking all the risk here

  5. The king of low balling. I'd never sell of for $1500 you couldn't replace it for that if you tried. It's 150+ years old, solid silver and a Tiffany's collector piece.

  6. There isn't s whole lot of people who'd pay 8 grand for an ice bucket. Even IF you could fetch that price it could take months if not years before doing do and during that time you have both money locked down and inventory to store.

  7. girl: I'm looking for a guy that's at LEAST 7 inches
    rick: the best I'm willing to offer is 5, and I'm taking all the risk here

  8. customer: This is the first ever edition of the Bible (brings them with full evidence), its worth is around at 150 million$
    rick: look man, my best offer would be 5 bucks, or I can give you 2 pencils for an exchange, take it or leave it.
    customer: make it 3 pencils and you got a deal

  9. When Corey says "you have to see my side"… uh, no I don't! This show exposes many "tactics" bybpawn shops…asking how much you paid for something, where did you get this? Give me a break.

  10. Nice. If he looked at auction sale then he should know about buyer premium,fees. So 6000 was near what he would make why would he expect a business to pay that? Maybe held out for $2,000

  11. Nobody has to take any deal that’s offered. So quit whining about it! You take your &$#@ to a Pawn shop EXPECT to not get what it’s worth!!

  12. He was definitely trying to screw the customer. Jumps his final offer from a $1,000 to $1,500. So you know it's worth a lot for him to jump that high. He Could probably get $5,000 at auction

  13. Rick would've said "its gonna sit for a long time, I have to put ice in it to sell it, I'm taking all the risk, can give you like 300 bucks"

  14. I have a used urine sample cup with some used urine in it, it comes with a certificate of authenticity, and I'm asking 750 dollars

    Rick: Let me call my urine expert and we'll see if we can get ya some money

  15. I have a 1980's champagne bucket and two cups from Tiffany's for my grandparent's 50th wedding anniversary. It's solid silver but I'd assume not worth much because their names are engraved all over it. That's probably what the original owner of the bucket thought.

  16. He was offering less than silver melt price for a 162 year old Tiffany ice bucket? Seven pounds or 112 oz. x $15 per ounce = $1,680

  17. At a auction😂😂😂 really are you going to pay the fees for it dumbass.. I wouldn’t doubt you would get the same offer for it. I for sure think a person would rather spend $8000 on a new one instead of an old one

  18. I love people's thought process.. "I just think the bucket would bring more at an auction house." Really, do you?! More than a Pawn Shop!! 🙄

  19. "$8,000"
    "Well it's nice but I'm taking a lot of risk here. You're missing some Ice so I gotta buy a bag at market value."
    "Would you take $10, cash money?"

  20. I've handled pieces by Tiffany, they don't bring the money they used to. Corey's offer was a little high, and the $8000 was way out of line. Good luck getting money out of a live auction. These people think that just because a piece says Tiffany, they see $$$.

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