Pawn Stars’ Biggest Find Yet – Hidden Treasures Worth Millions

Pawn Stars Have Found Treasures Worth Millions

The current issue of Reality Weekly features the cover story ‘Pawn Stars – Biggest Find Yet.’  The new issue has an exclusive on the show Pawn Stars and its ongoing quest for that big item.  They will be revealing all the details of Pawn Stars‘ million-dollar find. Of course they are sharing with us secrets on how you we too can get rich from other people’s junk.  You know what they say, “One man’s junk is another man’s treasure.’

Reality Weekly has the scoop: A long-lost item — perhaps a piece of jewelry or maybe a historical document — will one day find itself at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas with a million-dollar price tag, brought in by someone who originally had no clue of its worth. This is what Rick Harrison, the store’s proprietor and lead deal-maker, is hoping for.

“It’s a dream for Rick to find something totally innocuous and discover it’s worth seven figures,” says an insider about the man they call The Spotter. “They all talk about it. It’s like winning a gold medal in the Olympics. In many ways, it’s not about the million bucks; it’s about the glory.”

Also included in the new issue is an interview with ex-bachelor contestant, Melissa Rycroft.  The busy new mom has a full plate that includes a new reality show, Melissa & Tye on CMT.  Rycroft talks in depth about losing the 50 pounds she gained with her daughter.

“I am shocked that my body has gone back [post-baby]!” reveals the star. “I gained quite a bit of weight — 50 pounds! I was surprised it all went back. So I’m happy. I’m back in my old clothes. I just have a few more curves.  I always used to laugh when people said this: ‘Having a baby in itself makes you run around,’” adds Melissa. You’re lifting her all of the time, and now that she’s a toddler, she’s 20 pounds. It’s good exercise.” 

For more on the Pawn Shop stars million dollar find and how Rycroft keeps in shape grab the latest issue of Reality Weekly which is on stands now.

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