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  • - That's freaking sweet.

  • This is fake as hell, man.

  • Oh, shut Up.

  • I just hate being wrong.

  • Damn it, Rich, sometimes I think you're stupid.

  • [laughs]

  • So what do we got?

  • This is a letter signed by Napoleon himself.

  • That's really cool.

  • I've been told by my wife that I had

  • a bit of a Napoleon complex.

  • I can see that.

  • [laughs]

  • I'll give you $2,000 for it, man.

  • That's the best I can do.

  • You know what?

  • I didn't pay that much for it, so let's-- let's-- let's do it.

  • This is it, man.

  • It's supposed to be an original document signed by Napoleon.

  • Well, let's take a look at what we've got.

  • There were a number of copies that were probably

  • made on the battlefield because Napoleon dictated it

  • to his secretaries, and they would have written it down

  • in manuscript, and he would have sent these

  • all over Europe to try and explain

  • to people what had happened.

  • So if you've got one of the original copies that would

  • have been written out on the battlefield,

  • that would be priceless.

  • The thing is, this is not one of those original manuscript

  • copies.

  • So what we've got here is very clearly a replica

  • of a very important document.

  • Can't say that this is worth very

  • much as a historical artifact.

  • The COA fooled me.

  • It's fake.

  • Corey, why don't you take it home and remind yourself

  • not to be so damned stupid?

  • Fine

  • Dumb kid.

  • I have a Sioux youth vest.

  • OK.

  • I believe it was made in about 1890.

  • What did you want to do with it?

  • You went to pawn it?

  • You want to sell it?

  • Donate it to me?

  • I was looking to sell it.

  • And how much were you looking for?

  • I was looking at $1,800.

  • You're asking a lot of money for a baby's vest.

  • I'll tell you what, I'll give you $1,200 for it.

  • Would you go $1,400?

  • I'll tell you what, I'll meet you in the middle at $1,300.

  • That's what I can do.

  • All right, I'm going to go with that.

  • From looking at the bead work, it looks to be Sioux or--

  • its Northern Plains bead work.

  • Unfortunately, I don't think this is from that time period.

  • I love it when my dad makes mistakes.

  • So it's definitely--

  • it's basically a fake?

  • It's modern?

  • No, I wouldn't say it's a fake.

  • I think it's Indian made, but it's made for sale.

  • It's not made for use.

  • Hey, I mean, we all make mistakes.

  • I mean, who would have thought the Indian vest would

  • have turned out to be real?

  • Yeah, I mean, I'll let him know right now.

  • Here, it's Mark Hall-Patton.

  • That Indian vest you bought is actually real.

  • Really?

  • Hey Mark, what's up?

  • Nope.

  • [laughter]

  • I have a book signed by Shoeless Joe Jackson.

  • This is absolutely incredible.

  • It's the rarest sport signature, period.

  • Wow.

  • So how much do you want to get out of it?

  • I'd like to get, like, $30,000 for the book.

  • I go $13,000.

  • I won't go a penny more.

  • OK, let's do it.

  • "Say It Ain't So, Joe" signed by Shoeless Joe Jackson.

  • If this signature is real, this

  • is by far one of the craziest things you've brought to me.

  • All right, well, I paid $13,000 for it.

  • Ooh.

  • So what I have here is one of the only Joe Jackson signatures

  • that all the authenticators can agree upon.

  • Look at the A. This A here he was struggling with.

  • This one looks like a pretty normal A.

  • And then the K here goes straight into an O,

  • whereas this, the K, he tries to do the loop.

  • I'm not convinced that it's real.

  • But it is so rare and so controversial

  • because there are some signatures

  • that all authenticators don't agree on.

  • If you can get the consensus of the community,

  • then you would still be good to go.

  • So it's not real?

  • Well, no.

  • I'm going to send it off to some more people.

  • I'm going to try and get a consensus on this thing.

  • You realize that could be, like,

  • one of the biggest hits we've ever had around here.

  • Let me see.

  • "Several factors became apparent

  • during our thorough examination that

  • prevented us from certifying the autographs,"

  • which means it's fake.

  • "The entire small case E in Joe's first name

  • has been erased and signed over the original.

  • [laughter]

  • Great job, son.

  • I have my uncle's comic book collection.

  • What exactly are you looking to get for them?

  • I'd like to get $2,000.

  • I'll give you $50 a box.

  • That's $350.

  • Can you do $500?

  • I'm going to do the $500.

  • I'm going to show everyone what an expert I really am.

  • I'm taking the $500 because I don't want to carry

  • the comic books out of here.

  • Find anything good?

  • Not so much yet.

  • What do mean, not much?

  • There's like a bazillion comics there.

  • You're killing me.

  • I pulled about 18 books, some really cool stuff.

  • Yeah, duh.

  • You know, there's about $200 retail.

  • And the other couple hundred pounds of comic books

  • are worth?

  • About $0.05 a book if you're lucky.

  • Well, in a couple of years I might get my money back.

  • Hey, sometimes investments are made over the long run.

  • You kids these days want all this instant satisfaction.

  • [laughter]

  • I have a Gibson mandolin.

  • What are you trying to get for it?

  • Well, I'd like to get $3,000 out of if I could.

  • Would you be willing to go any less?

  • $1,500 and we've got a deal.

  • $1,500 sounds fair.

  • I can make a profit. - $1,500?

  • All right, that sounds good.

  • I appreciate it.

  • A mandolin, huh?

  • But I thought I'd get it all checked out by you.

  • The decal, you can see where it

  • was cut out with some scissors.

  • On this mandolin it would have been inlayed or silk screened.

  • It wouldn't even have been a decal.

  • And it's not even a G that Gibson ever used.

  • You got your decal in there like a Gibson,

  • but it's not the right decal.

  • And the finish is like plastic.

  • Gibsons are covered in a lacquer finish.

  • And this pick guard is totally wrong.

  • This is something Gibson never even used.

  • This is fake as hell, man.

  • I bought a Gibson mandolin but it turned out not to be real.

  • How much did you pay for it?

  • $1,500.

  • You paid $1,500 for this?

  • Chumlee, you're an [bleep].

  • You're going to give me my $1,500

  • back one way or the other.

  • Oh, I need some money.

  • No money for me.

  • Oh, I need some money.

  • Keep playing the blues, Chumlee.

  • Thanks, boss.

  • You've got to come up with $1,500,

  • so you're going to be here for a while.

- That's freaking sweet.

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