Sunday Rewind Gleaning Goodwill Greatness
On Friday, we posted an anecdote about a man that brought an unworn 6263 Daytona to Antiques Road Show and was blown away by a valuation of $500,000 to $700,000 (as it should be). Such stories spring up every now and then, and keeping in mind that that Daytona is a genuine safe-find, now and again important watches are found in less customary conditions, such as a snatch bin of battery-dead watches at a Goodwill in Phoenix, Arizona.
Posted precisely 5 years back today, this is the account of a man who found a truly significant watch for under six dollars at his nearby Goodwill second hand store. Would you be able to envision? The watch was subsequently sold for an extraordinary profit and right up ’til today it’s a story that keeps a large number of us burrowing through second hand shop deal boxes. Simply in case.
Click here to peruse “Found: An Original LeCoultre Deep Sea Alarm At Phoenix Goodwill Store for $5.99”