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$30,000 Harry Potter Book!?!?!?🤯😱😮

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  • Kardz
    Kardz 4 months ago +42622

    She said 18 but the guy thought best i can do is 5k

  • Eric Fleming
    Eric Fleming 4 months ago +17546

    I'm still not entirely convinced she didn't mean $18.00.

    • BobTheTrueCactus
      BobTheTrueCactus 3 months ago +600

      I thought she meant exactly that.

    • youngster_ryan
      youngster_ryan 3 months ago +930

      She valued it at 18k. Chumlee offered me 15k to which I declined 👍 full episode is on Pawn Stars YT channel.

    • BobTheTrueCactus
      BobTheTrueCactus 3 months ago +63

      @youngster_ryan Did you keep it or sell it somewhere else later?

    • The Student
      The Student 3 months ago +22

      Nah i have it the book but its only the 2nd edition

  • Psyrus
    Psyrus 3 months ago +3084

    "You heard the lady, $18."

    • m
      m 2 months ago +5

      She said 18-20 and Chum said the best I can do is 35

    • James Browny
      James Browny Month ago +1

      18 000 $

    • HoBoMiKe
      HoBoMiKe 27 days ago +1

      "Sorry Bro, best I can do is $12. gotta keep margins you know, with inflation and all."
      *Me, Bankrupt, watching the video:* "wow, $12! I wish I had _THAT_ kind of money!"
      *My boss:* "Back to work! I don't pay your creditors to watch youtube; and you've got another 12 hr shift tomorrow."

    • James Browny
      James Browny 27 days ago

      @HoBoMiKe it’s 18 000 $ !! Not some 12$

  • Brandon W
    Brandon W 4 months ago +26120

    Going to a pawn shop is stupid these days. Just sell it online so you don't have to deal with the middle man. They'll always only offer you no more than 70% of its worth.

    • David
      David 4 months ago +957

      yeah you only go to a Pawn shop when you’re looking for fast cash. That’s the expectation people have to have.

    • hph081000
      hph081000 4 months ago +374

      70% is generous.

    • Wagonweel
      Wagonweel 4 months ago +96

      When most large retail business rely on a 100% markup on cost value, 70% would be reasonable.

    • MO Y
      MO Y 4 months ago +112

      People go To this pawn shop because it's a win win Even if you don't sell. They have access to experts that can give you an official appraisal on film, so you get exposure for your product and they get ratings.

    • MO Y
      MO Y 4 months ago +22

      But if you're talking about going to any pawn shop in general just to sell, yeah you're right

  • Jarne Struys
    Jarne Struys 3 months ago +1058

    Bro, 18 dollars is a fucking good deal

    • I Like Animals
      I Like Animals 3 months ago +13

      Pretty sure she means thousands, thats a collector’s book

    • MGL
      MGL 3 months ago +16

      ​@I Like Animalsnope she just said 18

    • Ole
      Ole 3 months ago +2

      ​@MGLshe was talking in the thousands....

    • Carlos Vazquez
      Carlos Vazquez 3 months ago +11

      @Oleshe would have said thousand trust me I know

    • Ty Dolla sign
      Ty Dolla sign 3 months ago +2

      18k mate watch the full video

  • Poppa
    Poppa 4 months ago +4349

    She prolly creased that shit when she was looking at it 😂

    • Well, Actually
      Well, Actually 3 months ago +91

      I felt that

    • ineedmoney121
      ineedmoney121 3 months ago +391

      "It was worth 30k but now my finger prints are on it I'd say its closer to 18"

    • Verma Wyrda
      Verma Wyrda 3 months ago +56

      that might have been the case if she opened it more then 45 degrees but she didnt she opened the book in a V wedge style being able to still check for certain mistakes without damaging the spine even further, the pages might get a bit bent but since the ridge/spine isnt harmed the pages will easily become flat again with a bit of low pressure from just putting a book on top of it

    • Poppa
      Poppa 3 months ago +9

      @Verma Wyrda 🤓

  • Adam Pavlicek
    Adam Pavlicek 4 months ago +3403

    I might pay 18 bucks for it. But seems a bit steep for me.

    • Gabriel Klinefelter
      Gabriel Klinefelter 4 months ago +77

      For a copy thats missing some words and has multiples of others 😂 ripoff fasho

    • Bro-Ken
      Bro-Ken 4 months ago +51

      $18 for a used paperback book I don't think so

    • Bro-Ken
      Bro-Ken 4 months ago

      @dataabort it's a TV show

  • Spacely af
    Spacely af 4 months ago +644

    They definitely pay her to low ball the items

    • Michael Timmerman
      Michael Timmerman 3 months ago +27

      So it's worth like 35, he wants 30, tell him it's worth 15 and I'll slide you 10

    • Dr_Dildo
      Dr_Dildo 3 months ago +31

      I looked it up and now they go for $45k to $850k so if he sold it then he got ripped off

    • Michael
      Michael 3 months ago +6

      @Dr_Dildo 850k wtf

    • JLmoodHD
      JLmoodHD 3 months ago +4

      ​@Michael-uv2ox wasting money for a fiction book is hardly surprising for Americans.

  • Samantha Smiles
    Samantha Smiles 4 months ago +1032

    I wish people knew how pawn shops work. If you want top dollar for your item, then you need to sell it YOURSELF. Pawn shops are the middle person. They are the people you go to when you don't want to take the time and effort to sell your own stuff. If the book is $18,000, he is NOT going to offer $18,000. Duh. This isnt a personal item he is going to keep for himself. Their plan is to resell and make money. The pawn shop wants to make enough money to make this worth their time. If they start at $5000, but end at $10,000..... that gives them the potential of earning about $8000. Keep in mind that they are absolutely taking an expensive risk. Do you know how many people in this world are willing to spend $18,000 on a first addition Harry Potter book that isn't perfect? NOT many. And if they can't find a buyer, they are out all the money. People thinking he should have been given $18,000 clearly do not know how pawn shops work. If you want top dollar, fine the buyer yourself.

    • dynastynyy
      dynastynyy 4 months ago +18

      The people on this show just want to be on TV. That's the only conclusion i can come to as to why people go to them

    • Jasper Janssen
      Jasper Janssen 4 months ago +7

      I would presume the 18 is their buy price estimate, with margins built in, rather than their sale price estimate. Probably sale price is more like 25-30, hence why the guy wants 30.

    • Hateful Entity
      Hateful Entity 4 months ago +4

      I have watched this show for more than a decade now & it's upsetting to see people actually calling the shop cheap. Surely they don't know how business works. You don't buy something that's worth 5$ to sell it for 5$ . That is if you're lucky to get that 5$ back🤣. Honestly

    • Jasper Janssen
      Jasper Janssen 4 months ago +2

      @Hateful Entity the memes are along the lines of "expert says it's worth 30 grand on a good day, i can do $200 cash in hand". Presumably that's exaggerated. But it's not just the potential for profit, it's also that you're taking a risk, you own a valuable item in the meantime, which could get stolen, there's the risk of not selling it or having to discount it at least, your money is *not* in an index fund, which is another opportunity cost... Anything over 50% of the retail price as a buy is more than fair, and anything under 70-80% of retail as a sale price is fair as well. Because dealers like this will rarely sell at ful retail, either.

    • Lake Edwards
      Lake Edwards 4 months ago +2

      ​@dynastynyy It's exactly that. All of the people on the show are pre-planned and hand picked before they ever walk into the shop. Even the people in the background are there to witness the show. It's basically a shitty version of antique roadshow with some scripting added.

  • Edward
    Edward 4 months ago +6827

    Hold onto it for a decade, and you'll get $30,000 for it. Wow, I got a lot of comments for some random remark I made, I wasn't serious.

    • Tiffany Roberts
      Tiffany Roberts 4 months ago +121

      Or she’ll be cancelled by then and it’ll be worth bupkis

    • SilverCenturion
      SilverCenturion 4 months ago +243

      @Tiffany Roberts people will still like the books

    • Dover
      Dover 4 months ago +15

      Old books aren’t usually worth much

    • Magna
      Magna 4 months ago +52

      ​@Dover look up some old first editions some of them do get up there.

  • yokai.
    yokai. 3 months ago +13

    “My book expert is just walking around” bro wtf why they just walking around chillin

  • Guy Fieri
    Guy Fieri 3 months ago +6

    chumlee out here looking healthy af

    • Jared Moore
      Jared Moore 3 months ago +1

      Was checking the comments cuz I low key couldn't tell if it was him or not

    • Kyle.TeeDubs
      Kyle.TeeDubs Month ago +1

      Is it him? His voice even lost weight.

  • Parker Clements
    Parker Clements 4 months ago +1960

    Brought in a deck of ORIGINAL laminated, pristine condition (verified by a licensed appraiser) signed baseball cards. The appraiser valued the whole deck for almost $4,000.
    The shop I took them to offered me $100 bucks for the deck and when I said no, they gave me the deck back and when I got home I counted 8 missing cards that I found on their shelf the following week for $200-$400 per card.
    These shops can fucking burn to the ground and it still wouldn't be enough.

    • M Anderson
      M Anderson 4 months ago +167

      Damn dude, sounds like they never planned on paying for your cards at all with that game

    • I, Spartacus
      I, Spartacus 4 months ago +302

      How tf did you let someone take your cards? That's on you as much as it is them. It wasnt david Blaine counting your cards. Something tells me you were busy talking instead of paying attention to what the man was doing.

    • EmCeeHamma
      EmCeeHamma 4 months ago +56

      Revenge is best served cold, let some time go by, and when youre ready get creative.

    • benry007
      benry007 4 months ago +145

      Did you call the police and report the theft?

  • Lightbrigade101
    Lightbrigade101 3 months ago +81

    If you go to a pawn shop and expect to get the full value of your item, you are the problem. You cant change my mind.

    • RickJoystick
      RickJoystick 2 months ago +2

      People who say “you can’t change my mind” are the problem.

  • Robby Elkin
    Robby Elkin Month ago +2

    The number of people who don’t wear gloves touching rare things hurts my soul

  • Ruben Jaimes
    Ruben Jaimes 4 months ago +487

    Yes I also have my book expert walking around somewhere.

    • Atom Knight
      Atom Knight 4 months ago +17

      They are known to wander

    • Darryl Williams
      Darryl Williams 4 months ago +3

      It's a tv show dude

    • Ruben Jaimes
      Ruben Jaimes 4 months ago +8

      @Darryl Williams really ? Holy shit I didn't know. It's a joke. Guess it went over your head dude.

    • justaviewer
      justaviewer 4 months ago +1

      ​@Ruben Jaimes if it was a joke why wasn't it funny?

    • Ruben Jaimes
      Ruben Jaimes 4 months ago +2

      @justaviewer obviously because not everyone finds it funny. Duh 🙄

  • djones02
    djones02 3 months ago +11

    Remember, pawn shops are primarily loan sharks.
    They are not consignment stores or an auction house

  • BeckettBaseballCardGuy_38
    BeckettBaseballCardGuy_38 3 months ago +10

    Rick: “best I can do is $50 store credit. And I’m taking a lot of risk here”

  • JonnesTT
    JonnesTT 4 months ago +170

    18 bucks? Damn. That's good resale value on a book. I usually give old books away for free.

  • Ghostmod
    Ghostmod 4 months ago +56

    she creases the fk outta the book by opening it wide as open then devalues it 10k for it having a crease, gotta love it.

    • OrtegaSauce1910
      OrtegaSauce1910 4 months ago +2

      L comment

    • Tom D
      Tom D 3 months ago

      Tbh harry potter kinda L in general. JK had a whole fucking episode on twitter to the point every actor of the films had to come out and say they don't agree with her.

  • megalexantros
    megalexantros Month ago +3

    18$ is a little bit higger than what I'm willing to give. You gotta remember, I'm taking all the risk here.

  • SAW
    SAW 4 months ago +82

    I love that she bends the book then says "oh its bent"

    • Kaboom Winn
      Kaboom Winn 4 months ago

      help rick earn a ton of money.

    • Terrible Cain
      Terrible Cain 3 months ago

      Didn't happen

    • youngster_ryan
      youngster_ryan 3 months ago

      The book already had a crease when I purchased back in 2022 👍

    • Jupe367
      Jupe367 2 months ago

      Don’t open the book. once it’s bent, it will depreciate. LOL.

    • SAW
      SAW Month ago

      @Terrible Cain its literally in the video.

  • That random person on YouTube

    "$18,000? Alright I can work with that"
    "No sir.... eighteen dollars"

  • J G
    J G 3 months ago +9

    Was it $18,000 or $18?

  • J K
    J K 4 months ago +8

    if he wants 30 and she offers 18, he can get 25 easily. she wants it.

  • Codi Bechtol
    Codi Bechtol 4 months ago +5

    Opens book* “there is a crease”

  • T S
    T S 4 months ago +93

    Best I can do is a coupon at Home Depot. I take on a lot of risk.

    • Deleted.
      Deleted. 4 months ago +4

      Would you consider trading it for a photo of a banana

    • Michael Timmerman
      Michael Timmerman 3 months ago +2

      Bro sometimes the "offers" are more an insult than anything, like just recently I went to a local shop to sell some of my old magic the gathering cards so I could get a tone of boxes of the newest set for game nights with buddies and was selling a mana vault from alpha edition which has a current market value of $3,800. Dude said "best I can offer is $50 cause I really can't see myself spending more than that on some playing card" like dude just say no you don't want it don't try to scam me like that.

  • Twolf Blue
    Twolf Blue 4 months ago +6

    She's earning her pay check. Robbed the guy in plain sight.

  • Automotive
    Automotive Month ago +2

    I would totally pay 18 dollars for that, I don't know what's the fuss.

  • Kalaveti
    Kalaveti 4 months ago +95

    Just seeing them handle it without any gloves is freaking me out.

    • igorsetsfire
      igorsetsfire 4 months ago +9

      Apparently gloves are only for really old books, made of animal hide / leather and so on. The oils in your skin , and pH of your skin / sweat / etc. can damage that stuff when it's old
      For regular paper, you just have to be sure to have clean hands.

    • Paper Man
      Paper Man 4 months ago +10

      That's actually a bit of a myth! Look into it. Even with much rarer/older books it's best to handle them with clean bare hands so you can feel properly and not make any mistakes when handling the books. Look it up.

    • Listerine Clean
      Listerine Clean 3 months ago +1

      @Paper Man I learned this from the philomena cunk interview

    • dw i'll be cancelled soon
      dw i'll be cancelled soon Month ago

      In the full episode she walked in just finishing a hotdog and licked her fingers clean before picking ip the book, no cap

  • ya mama
    ya mama 13 days ago +1

    I love how these guys will call in an expert to get an appraisal and still lowball the fuck out of the customer

  • jimenex13
    jimenex13 29 days ago +2

    "So yea man, best I can do now is 15 bucks"

  • Chris EbZ
    Chris EbZ 4 months ago +76

    My book expert just happens to be here where she will lowball the shit out the cost for me and touch it all over. 😂

    • Angel Saucedo
      Angel Saucedo 4 months ago +3

      "touch it all over" .... eyeroll emoji

    • OrtegaSauce1910
      OrtegaSauce1910 4 months ago +1

      Smooth brain

    • Jason Morales
      Jason Morales 4 months ago +1

      She wasnt Weaving gloves. I'm the cómic book world , you would examine using gloves

  • Braydiculous
    Braydiculous 3 months ago +2

    So many people probably have bank like this just sitting around their houses

  • Futaro-
    Futaro- 4 months ago +47

    “Let me get our Harry Potter 1st edition book expert that we have on hand”

    • OrtegaSauce1910
      OrtegaSauce1910 4 months ago

      L comment

    • Futaro-
      Futaro- 4 months ago

      @OrtegaSauce1910 I’ve been staring at your reply for 2 minutes now. what part makes it an L?? did my comment somehow offend you

    • OrtegaSauce1910
      OrtegaSauce1910 4 months ago

      @Futaro- you think a random book expert wouldn't have general knowledge on what to look for in a first edition book of one of the biggest book series of all time? It's like mocking the show for having a car expert that has niche info on 70s muscle cars. It's literally her job to know that shit.

  • Jacob McGilloway
    Jacob McGilloway 3 months ago +4

    Opens the book, sais its not Fine because of a crease on the spine.

  • IBleedBolts
    IBleedBolts 29 days ago +7

    Love how she's picking it up, adding to the oil and creasing.

  • Buyereno GurlFwendo
    Buyereno GurlFwendo 4 months ago +22

    $18,000 and she couldn’t even be bothered to put on a 10 cent pair of gloves 😂
    I swear people get overpaid to be experts when really they just Google stuff 🤣

    • Tyler Pistachio
      Tyler Pistachio 4 months ago +2

      no gloves is the standard in archival and museum work

  • AF Fz
    AF Fz 3 months ago +2

    She: to me closer to $18k
    Him: the best l can do is $10

  • Ali
    Ali 3 months ago +6

    18 bucks for an old used harry potter book? These people are nuts

    • S. P.
      S. P. 3 months ago +1


  • Biltmore Ghost
    Biltmore Ghost 4 months ago +24

    I love that he stores it in a clamshell case!

    • youngster_ryan
      youngster_ryan 3 months ago

      Yes, with rare books there are no grading companies that encapsulate it in plastic. Keeping it in these clamshell cases is crucial to maintaining condition. I got this case from Peter Harrington Books in the UK. They make great cases!

  • Das Mole
    Das Mole 3 months ago +16

    "No 18.00, the hells wrong with you"

  • Iniquous
    Iniquous 4 months ago +6

    She played him fr. 30,000$ to 18$. W

  • YK
    YK 4 months ago +63

    Isn’t she supposed to wear gloves? Touching this rare artifact with her greasy fingers, making sure to touch every important line of text

    • Just Random Games
      Just Random Games 4 months ago +34

      It’s actually recommended even with really old books that you don’t use gloves. Because you’re more likely to tear a page and also the gloves carry more dirt than freshly washed hands. Just using clean hands is best.

    • YK
      YK 4 months ago +5

      @Just Random Games Thanks for clarifying!

    • Justin Heard
      Justin Heard 4 months ago

      ​@Just Random Games bro you have no clue what you're talking about, you're definitely wrong. If your statement were true, why do they wear gloves to inspect and clean historical documents/books/etc. Looks like you commented without actually doing any research or critical thinking

    • Just Random Games
      Just Random Games 4 months ago +2

      @Justin Heard “According to the Library of Congress, wearing gloves while handling antiquarian books may do more harm than good. Portland State University Library Special Collections follows their advice to handle most rare and valuable books with clean, dry hands.”

    • Justin Heard
      Justin Heard 4 months ago

      @Just Random Games bro you've obviously never seen it done and just go off of internet information. I've seen this with my own eyes bro

  • Samuel Watson
    Samuel Watson 3 months ago +2

    My mum threw out my 1st edition potters. My OG 150 Pokémon card collection and the OG Lego Hogwarts. Devastating.

  • Mikeypoop
    Mikeypoop 4 months ago +10

    I would NEVER trust the opinion of someone who doesn't have my interests as their motivation. In cases like this, ALWAYS get a second, independent opinion.

    • Kaboom Winn
      Kaboom Winn 4 months ago

      note to self bring your own reliable buddy then pawn shop just call their friends who help the pawn make more money by low balling amounts.

  • QuickLoyd
    QuickLoyd 3 months ago +1

    "There is this semen expert right in the back, Ill go grab him"

  • YouTube's Resident FBI Agent

    How can they find experts for everything 💀

  • Tyler Durden
    Tyler Durden 4 months ago +16

    I'm sorry, but having the person "buying" something from you, and having THEIR own consultant tell you how much your stuff is worth, so THEY "pay a fair price" is bonkers.

  • Jeff Jeffries
    Jeff Jeffries Month ago +2

    "Something is only worth what someone is willing to pay" and I highly doubt anyone is paying more than $20 for a fucking Harry Potter book

  • Rishi Sharma
    Rishi Sharma 4 months ago +1

    (insert Padme star wars meme)
    Anakin - This is a superior copy. Closer to 18 is the best i can do.
    Padme - 18 thousand right?
    Padme - 18 thousand right?

  • BarblessTV Shorts
    BarblessTV Shorts 4 months ago +15

    Damn I haven’t watched this show in a hot minute, Chum looks GREAT!

    • igorsetsfire
      igorsetsfire 4 months ago

      I had to do a double take as well..
      It seems like he got taller too; probably stands up straighter than before.
      Handsome dude.
      And he looks so much more confident and comfortable.

    • mistydlove
      mistydlove 4 months ago +1

      Fastest way to drop 200lbs is crystal meth 😂

  • Mhdz
    Mhdz Month ago +1

    Casually has his book expert walking around somewhere

  • J.V Prajapati
    J.V Prajapati Month ago +1

    Now we all know how to make a first edition of Harry Potter book

  • LostForrest
    LostForrest 4 months ago +40

    Book expert not using gloves, quite the expert indeed.
    edit: apparantly there is a misconception in the public about wearing gloves when handling books. the experts agree that it is ok to handle the book with your (clean and dry) hands. i was not aware of this and now i am wondering why i believed that all this time. shoutout to @tylerPistachio and @siddharthVenkat for making me look deeper into this issue

    • Charlie Higglons
      Charlie Higglons 4 months ago +4

      Expert lowballer

    • Tyler Pistachio
      Tyler Pistachio 4 months ago +1

      that is the proffesional rule acctualy ^.^

    • Siddharth Venkat
      Siddharth Venkat 4 months ago +1

      Wearing gloves is more likely to dampen the handler’s ability to feel the integrity of the pages, so it has become protocol in recent years to handle books without gloves (unless the ink or dye may be toxic).
      The oil present on the fingers wouldn’t do as much damage as a tear.

    • LostForrest
      LostForrest 4 months ago

      @Siddharth Venkat did some research and you were right. i always believed otherwise

    • LostForrest
      LostForrest 4 months ago +1

      @Tyler Pistachio did some research and you are right. i always believed otherwise.

  • Howerd Leu
    Howerd Leu 3 months ago +4

    “Best I can do is 4 dollars”

  • Shadow
    Shadow 4 months ago

    Math teachers getting tingles looking at this while having the insatiable urge to say "18 what? Bananas? "

  • TheBigExclusive
    TheBigExclusive 4 months ago +1

    "My book expert is walking around somewhere..."
    -Who has a book expert just walking around their store?!

  • T N
    T N 3 months ago +5

    18 what? Thousand? Hundred? Dollars? Cents?

    • S. P.
      S. P. 3 months ago


  • Yourbeautiful666
    Yourbeautiful666 4 months ago +1

    “Best I can do is $14 and a tic-tac”

  • Pun lovin criminal
    Pun lovin criminal 4 months ago +7

    I had a kg of silver once, the price was 600 a kg at the time. local pawn shop offered 100 lol.

    • Xandar
      Xandar 3 months ago +3

      Don't you go to silver shops to sell silver lol

    • AllyMonsters
      AllyMonsters 3 months ago +2

      Go to a jewelry store next time bro. They'll buy it for like 90% of price.

    • despicable David short
      despicable David short 3 months ago

      I bet you took it

  • Liberty
    Liberty 4 months ago +61

    But does she mean 18k?

    • Parker Clements
      Parker Clements 4 months ago +22

      She means 18k. The dude will only offer $50 and resell it for $20K

    • Bro-Ken
      Bro-Ken 4 months ago +2

      ​@Parker Clementsdidn't they kind of proved to you that this show is not real

  • Paul Allen
    Paul Allen 2 months ago +2

    expert wouldn't handle it without gloves.

  • danielvandam
    danielvandam 4 months ago +5

    Chum Lee grew up all of a sudden? 😂😂😂

  • MarkStark1138
    MarkStark1138 4 months ago +2

    It's pretty lucky that the book expert just happened to be present.

  • Panda MilkShake
    Panda MilkShake 4 months ago +2

    "Alright, 18 thousand sounds okay"
    "No no.18 bucks"

  • Callie Masters
    Callie Masters 4 months ago +3

    I'd pay $18 not to have to hear about Harry Potter ever again.

  • BadenPOWER189
    BadenPOWER189 3 months ago +4

    Just remember, if you find a guy who collects rare books you will get that 30

  • ManDark
    ManDark 4 months ago

    She said 20 gs and looked at ol
    Buddy behind the counter and brought it down jusssttt a smidge💀

  • IME
    IME 3 months ago +2

    i deadass thought she meant 18 dollars for a whole 3 days before I checked comments lmfao

  • KillMePls
    KillMePls 3 months ago +7

    "I want $30,000"
    "You could do $20, but im conservative so id say $18"
    I bet the dude was crushed

  • Hugo Nongbri
    Hugo Nongbri 2 months ago

    These guys have an expert for everything

  • Wigged Sundew917
    Wigged Sundew917 3 months ago +1

    "It's worth 50k" "best I can do is $30... THIRTY DOLLAR

  • Ashley Howard
    Ashley Howard 3 months ago +5

    *Book expert opens book thoroughly to check the inside*
    *few seconds later*
    "wtf it's creased bro, see that line? Yeah it's ruined. Can't do full price now."

  • m
    m 2 months ago +1

    She said 18-20 and Chum said the best I can do is 35k

  • Daniele_89
    Daniele_89 3 months ago +1

    She works for the pawn shop, what do you expect she would say?

  • Badonicus
    Badonicus 4 months ago +5

    Book expert paid by pawn shop....undercuts every item

  • Cody
    Cody 3 months ago +1

    "well that's crazy, i'll do $8k"

  • Deer
    Deer 3 months ago +1

    Customer - brings in any object
    Worker - yeah, I got a guy for that. In fact, he's right around the corner now.

  • Jedi Knight Jairin Aiki
    Jedi Knight Jairin Aiki 24 days ago +1

    Chubbly, Dick and all the other shysters, may as well tell every customer, "Let me find my friend that agrees with me".

  • Nelsonm4516
    Nelsonm4516 4 months ago +1

    When she said 20 I really thought she meant $20 😂

  • cool FC
    cool FC 11 days ago +3

    18$ for a book is to much

  • cloudface von ruckus
    cloudface von ruckus 4 months ago +2

    Amazing how many "experts" they have on this show that handle paper or other delicate materials without gloves 🤔
    She's opening it up already with the knowledge that it's worth tens of thousands of dollars just casually getting the oil from her hands all over the pages 😅

  • Inferno
    Inferno 4 months ago +2

    All of the" experts" and none of them use gloves

  • Indian
    Indian 3 months ago +2

    A second hand book is supposed to have creases. Its one of the proofs of its authenticity too. If anything, it should enhance the value of the book.

    • Conor Goodman
      Conor Goodman 3 months ago

      Would you rather have a book in perfect condition or not?

  • XunXhine Xuicide
    XunXhine Xuicide 4 months ago +1

    Splits the book open, complains the spine is creased.....

  • Angus
    Angus 3 months ago +5

    *opens book and creases it*
    “ooh yea you do have a little bit of a crease here”

    • youngster_ryan
      youngster_ryan 3 months ago +2

      The book was already creased when I purchased back in 2021.

  • TheDroneVideographer
    TheDroneVideographer 4 months ago +1

    ‘You do have a little bit of a crease’ she says after opening and breaking the spine

  • Pom Witan
    Pom Witan 3 months ago +2

    It’s best to just KEEP it… more value in the long run. Just store it away properly.

    • despicable David short
      despicable David short 3 months ago +1

      Ahh, so glad you commented, otherwise he might not have stored it away properly

  • Justin Newman
    Justin Newman 4 months ago +3

    If I believed I had a book worth $30000 I would not let anyone handle it bare handed. Like how could that not affect the value

  • Crimson Vulpes
    Crimson Vulpes 4 months ago +2


    • Shayla P
      Shayla P 4 months ago

      I read that in Pickles voice

  • Austin
    Austin 3 months ago +4

    "I'd say it's worth 20... but for me, closer to 18, so I can double my cut with that extra 2k you're screwing this guy on"

  • Jabro
    Jabro 3 months ago +3

    People don't understand that a pawn shop is for quick cash, not selling things at its actual value.

  • Nonyo Biz
    Nonyo Biz Month ago

    "I wouldn't quite call fine."
    "This is a superior copy."

  • Daniel Schmidinger
    Daniel Schmidinger 4 months ago +1

    Imagine paying 30.000 for a book

  • Nico
    Nico 3 months ago +5

    “let me just call my first generation Harry Potter and the philosophers stone guy”

  • Nathan Caruana
    Nathan Caruana 3 months ago +2

    "Has a bow in it" Yes lady cause you just opened the book lmao

    • Stoneman28
      Stoneman28 3 months ago

      Like you're supposed to not read it on the rare chance it's a future collector's item.

  • Vlad The Inhaler
    Vlad The Inhaler 4 months ago

    Bout my year salary for a god damn Harry Potter book...

  • Manol Dimitrov
    Manol Dimitrov 4 months ago +3

    Best I can do is 7$ and an Applebee's gift card

    • Kiloechovictor
      Kiloechovictor 4 months ago

      "Woah! Hey! We aren't made of money! $4 and a taco bell coupon."

    • Manol Dimitrov
      Manol Dimitrov 4 months ago

      @Kiloechovictor 🤣

  • Yuulian
    Yuulian 26 days ago +1

    They have experts for everything lmao