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January 30, 2020 / Posted by:

The Air Force Veteran who delivered THEATRICAL DRAMA after finding out how much his Rolex is worth on Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow isn’t only one of my favorite game shows to play (guessing on how much something is worth will bring almost any family together), but it’s also one of my favorite showcases for human emotions. We see people trying to keep the anger from busting out of their being as they’re told that what they spent on gas money to get there was more than what the shit they brought in is worth. And we see people jizz rainbows on the inside from finding out that their Navajo blanket is worth a shit load. And on a recent episode, a man with a luscious beard and mane knew that what the people want is DRAMA and delivered that after finding out how much the Rolex he brought in is worth.

The man, named David, brought in a 1971 Rolex Oyster Cosmograph that he bought in 1974 through the military base exchange while stationed in Thailand. David bought the watch for $345.97, which was pretty much an entire month’s salary back then. David bought it because a lot of airline pilots wore Rolexes back then, and he was really sold when he started scuba diving and learned they held up in water. But David never wore it because he felt it was way too nice and opulent to put in salty water, so he just kept it in the box. via People

“I found this particular watch where I could afford it and I never used it,” he explained on the PBS show. “I looked at it, and I said, ‘This is really too nice to take down in salty water.’ I just kept it.”

Over the next 30-40 years, the man said he kept the watch inside a safety deposit box, only taking it out “two or three times to look at it, but that was about the extent of it.” He also managed to keep its warranty paper with a “blank guarantee,” as well as the paperwork, receipts, and original box.

Peter Planes did the appraising and let Santa Rambo know that because the watch has “Oyster” written on it, it’s worth at least $400,000. Now if that was me, I’d grab my Rolex and run to the nearest auction house before someone snatched it from me. But David wanted to give us a show so he fell back, literally. There’s a reason why he looks like Kris Kristofferson if Kris Kristofferson started in Born on the Fourth of July. He is a performer! Click to the 5:00 mark to see David ham it up for the people!

It’s a good thing that he fell back instead of falling to the side. Because if he did, he would’ve knocked his treasure over, cracking it, and then he would’ve fallen over for real.

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