A guest on ‘Antiques Roadshow’ collapsed after learning that his $345 Rolex is actually worth up to $700,000

A US Air Force veteran was knocked off his feet after learning his watch is worth up to $US700,000. Antiques Roadshow/PBS/YouTube
  • A US Air Force veteran purchased a Rolex for $US345 while he was stationed in Thailand in the 1970s.
  • On a recent episode of “Antiques Roadshow,” the veteran found out that the watch was similar to one Paul Newman wore in a film, making it extremely valuable.
  • He kept the watch in a safe deposit box for nearly 40 years, which increased its value.
  • In the video, the man falls to the ground after the “Antiques Roadshow” host tells him watches like his sell for $US400,000.
  • The host then says that the watch could actually sell for up to $US700,000 at an auction because it’s so special.
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