Pawn Stars family (Rick Harrison, Richard 'Old Man' Harrison, Corey Harrison and Austin 'Chumlee' Russell) has been raking in the dough for almost 10 years now, filming nearly 300 episodes since the show first came to the History Channel in 2009.
The Harrison family, which owns the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, Nevada, is known for their blunt expertise when people from around the world bring in distinctive historical pieces which may or may not be worth a dime.
Add in some drama and some humor, and the History Channel had a massive hit show.
As a result, its four stars have been raking it in, although not all of their assets have come from the show.
Keep scrolling to see what your favorite Pawn Stars personalities' net worth is, and how much they bring in per episode.
Chumlee, real name Austin Russell, is the show's comic relief.
He first got his start in the Las Vegas-based pawn shop at 21 due to his friendship with Corey "Big Hoss" Harrison, and has worked there ever since.
Chumlee is worth an estimated $5 million, according to the History Channel.
In 2016, Business Insider reported that the fan favorite was making $25,000 an episode.
In June 2013, Rick opened an "Express Pawn" counter that allows people to shop while the main store films episodes, bringing in up to 5,000 people on certain days.
He also told Forbes that he has an investment allocation of "10 percent gold and silver (which he calls an insurance policy) 80 percent in blue chip companies, leaving 10 percent to have 'a little crazy fun with."'
Rick also owned a Quizno's over the years.
Rick is worth an estimated $8 million, reports the History Channel.
He was paid $15,000 per episode of Pawn Stars in 2016, according to Business Insider.
He even threatened to leave the shop if he didn't receive ownership equity in the company at one point, which prompted his father to offer him 5 percent of the business.
Big Hoss also generates revenue away from the shop, earning more than $1,000 for personal appearances in clubs around Las Vegas, and works with his dad on a number of entrepreneurial ventures, including the "Express Pawn" and merchandising.
Big Hoss is worth an estimated $5 million, according to the History Channel.
He was paid a salary of approximately $300,000 per season in 2014, reports Business Insider.
At 77 years old, he insists he no plans to retire.