The man holds back tears after learning the life-changing value of the dead brother’s watch; The clip goes viral

The man holds back tears after learning the life-changing value of the dead brother's watch;  The clip goes viral

As it turned out, the watch was made to commemorate the meeting of three American and two Soviet astronauts in space in 1975. And the cherry on top was that only a few hundred special edition watches were ever made.

The man holds back tears after learning the life-changing value of the dead brother’s watch; The clip goes viral

The man holds back tears after learning the life-changing value of the dead brother’s watch; The clip goes viral

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The man holds back tears after learning the life-changing value of the dead brother’s watch; The clip goes viral

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The BBC’s ‘Antiques Roadshow’ has changed the lives of people who have kept their simple belongings in good shape for decades. That’s because the program informs them about the true value of some of their belongings that would otherwise have collected dust in some corner of the house. Not long ago, a woman was stunned after being told that a family heirloom that she sat in a drawer for over two decades was valued at a whopping £20,000 (Rs 20 lakh). Then, in another episode, a woman learned that a drawing she had saved from a dumpster was worth four figures. A new episode shows a man who becomes emotional after learning the real value of his dead brother’s old watch. The man told the host that he took possession of his late brother’s Omega Speedmaster Apollo-Soyuz watch after a car accident. But he had decided not to wear it because he was out of sync with his style preferences. As he kept it locked in a drawer for years, the watch was preserved in very good condition. And when he finally revealed the watch to the Antiques Roadshow host, he was duped by its current value. As it turned out, the watch was made to commemorate the meeting of three American and two Soviet astronauts in space in 1975. And the cherry on top was that only a few hundred special edition watches were ever made.

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Paperwork for the watch showed that the man’s brother had bought it in the 1980s. Once the documents proved the watch to be genuine, the show’s host informed the man that he could expect a minimum of £80,000 (Rs 81 lakh) if he decided to sell it. The man begins to smile upon hearing the value. And when the host tells him it’s one of the rarest Speedmaster watches, the man says the value is much more than he expected.

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