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If people had more money in their pockets, if the capitalist system worked better, then they wouldn’t need pawnbrokers as much in the first place.
Gun sales have been through the roof in 2020, and some of the pawnbrokers I spoke to said they’ve truly never seen such a sustained boom in gun and ammunition sales as they have now, especially among first-time buyers.
People can sell their items to pawnbrokers directly as well, but that’s generally not the business model and not what most people do.
The business of a pawnbroker is legally regulated by statute, and the states usually require him to get a license.
There was another booth of rather a singular kind—a temporary pawnbroker's, and who appeared to have a good brisk trade.
And here it was among razors and pistols and family Bibles in a pawnbroker's window.
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I come hup jest when the perleeceman and the pawnbroker were a-gripping yer.
The pawnbroker looked from money to jewels and from jewels to money with an expression of curiously mingled grief and greed.
"Well—h'm; perhaps there's not;" the pawnbroker was ready to admit it, now that the arrangement had been settled.
It enraged him; but policy counselled a quiet behaviour in this place, and no quarrelling with his pawnbroker.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION