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Pawn Stars' Chumlee slams salesman making an attempt to get Kurt Cobain's signed auto insurance paperwork for a … – The US Solar

PAWN Stars' Chumlee slammed a seller who tried to unload Kurt Cobain's signed auto insurance documents for a whopping $ 50,000.

A man named Tyler went to the famous Las Vegas pawn shop to make a big payday using the Nirvana rocker's rare personal items.

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Pawn Stars' Chumlee hit a salesman trying to get $ 50,000 for Kurt Cobain documentsCredit: History Channel
The man tried to sell insurance records for Kurt Cobain's car that he had before he died

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The man tried to sell insurance records for Kurt Cobain's car that he had before he diedCredit: History Channel
Before his tragic death in 1994, Kurt Cobain founded one of the greatest rock groups in the world, Nirvana

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Before his tragic death in 1994, Kurt Cobain founded one of the greatest rock groups in the world, NirvanaImage Credit: Getty – Contributor

Tyler explained that the insurance papers deserve such high value because they also contain Kurt's full name autograph.

He explained, “I'm looking for $ 50,000 because it's extremely rare to find Kurt Cobain's full signature.

"And because it's not just a random item. It's something very personal to him. I got it from a major collector in Seattle who is a die-hard Kurt Cobain fan."

Chumlee – whose real name is Austin Lee Russell – appreciated the article and said, “It's Kurt Cobain, who, in my opinion, is the greatest rock star of this generation.

“The cool thing is that this is the Plymouth Valiant he slept in at the height of his career.

“It's even more important because that's when he finished his world tour. This was signed only 74 days before his death. "

Tyler then revealed that he wanted "$ 50,000" for the paper and card – which Chumlee seemed to shock.

"Um, that's a lot of money. I don't know what value this old woman is, they are not your typical rock memorabilia.

"I'm going to have someone come over here and validate the signature," replied Chumlee, 39.

An expert then came to the store and checked the papers to confirm that they were signed in "living ink".

After doing this, he could say "without a doubt" that the documents were indeed genuine.

Then he put the value at about $ 20,000 – which led the reality star to put the retail price at $ 10,000 – well below the $ 50,000 Tyler was aiming for.

"To be able to participate in something like this, I would have to go down to 10 grand, because to get 20 grand it would have to be at an auction or a personal collector or something," explained Chumlee.

EXPENSIVE MISTAKE

Tyler tried to get more money and fired back with, "How about 18,000?"

Pawn Stars' personality looked disappointed and shot down the offer: “Yeah, I think it's cool, but I have to pass it on.

"I'm sure you'll find what you're looking for elsewhere, good luck."

Tyler – who wanted to use his big payday for a vacation – then packed the papers and left the store without a penny.

In a confessional, the disappointed salesman said: “He had good negotiations.

"I wasn't sure what to push him to do, but I can tell you now that I would never have taken $ 10,000."

TRAGIC ENDING

Nirvana frontman Kurt is one of the most renowned rock & # 39; n & # 39; roll musicians.

He is credited with single-handedly popularizing the grunge rock sound and selling over 30 million albums with his band.

The talented songwriter led a tumultuous public life – and his private life too – that ended tragically at the age of 27.

In April 1994, he was found dead at his Seattle home with a bullet wound to the head, and his death was later recorded as a suicide.

A Pawn Stars seller attempted to unload Kurt Cobain's personal insurance card

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A Pawn Stars seller attempted to unload Kurt Cobain's personal insurance cardCredit: History Channel
The documents contained Kurt's rare full signature

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The documents contained Kurt's rare full signatureCredit: History Channel
The seller, Tyler, was disappointed with what he was offered so he left the deal

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The seller, Tyler, was disappointed with what he was offered so he left the dealCredit: History Channel
Kurt previously owned a Plymouth Valiant. from 1963

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Kurt previously owned a Plymouth Valiant. from 1963Credit: Alamy
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