UNITED STATES - History Channel's Pawn Stars sees father-and-son duo Rick and Corey Harrison running the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, alongside the grumpy "Old Man", Richard (Rick's father), 72.
Rick, 48, and Corey, 30, were in town yesterday to promote the show, and spoke to My Paper about their experiences and gave tips for would-be treasure traders.
What are the best and worst things about working in a family business?
Corey: Well, the most annoying thing is that you've got to wait until someone dies to move up (laughs).
Rick: It's nice to work with my father and son. Most people who have a job get to see their parents once or twice a month, if they're lucky. I get to see my dad and kids every day.
You guys see collectors of all kinds come through the shop. What do you collect?
Corey: I have Harley-Davidsons from the 1940s all the way up to the early 2000s.
Rick: I have a little bit of everything. I've got a 1968 Mustang, a 1968 Triumph and a 1969 Plymouth.
I have maps from the 1600s and books from the 1500s. Just anything that catches my eye. What is the most unusual thing that someone has tried to sell you?