How much would you pay for a signed Seinfeld series finale script? Well, one surfaced on a recent episode of History’s reality series, Pawn Stars.
The Seinfeld series finale aired in 1998 and became the fourth most-watch TV finale of all time.
On Pawn Stars, a man came in with a series finale table read script signed by all the lead actors: Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, and Jason Alexander. He offered $5,000 to sell the script. However, an appraiser said the piece was worth only about $1,000. The owner walked away empty handed.
What do you think? Would you pay $5,000 for that script? $1,000? How much?
Watch the clip below:
I just saw this episode. When I looked up the script, the last one that sold did so at over $8000.00. What do these shows work out with these “experts”? That was a lowball value given by their expert. Sad.
i think just because the expert says 1000 dollars dosent mean he is always right.in this case he is out of his mind.a hard core collector would easily pay 3000 dollars.i know this guy is like one of the top in his business grading items etc it just goes to show that a flunky with his anal probe light and his i pad gets his 3 seconds of fame.I PERSONALLY THINK HES AN OVER PAID FLUNKY WHO PROBABLY GETS PAID BIG MONEY WHEN REALLY HE DOESNT DESERVE TO
“I’ve had plenty of movie scripts in the store, they don’t sell” didn’t I hear this a few times? Il give you $50.00.