On Thursday night, ITV viewers tuned in to watch the latest instalment of Million Pound Pawn. During the programme, the experts valued the likes of a diamond ring bought from a shopping channel and an original painting of the late Davie Bowie. Expert Dan was also left blown away by an 18th-century railway carriage which belonged to couple Gloria and Mick. However, the valuation of a set of 1:1 US Rolex replica watches left one guest near to tears.
Mark had been visiting his local pawn brokers for six years after he wasn’t gaining any interest from his bank account savings.
The technology manager decided to start collecting cheap Rolex fake watches as a way of investing his money.
Cathy and watch expert Stuart sat down with Mark as he explained after being in a nasty accident, he started to re-evaluate his life.
“Best replica Rolex watches’ at the moment are a huge investment,” Cathy said before giving Mark the news.
“It’s phenomenal, it has gone bonkers,” she continued.
“We’ve been putting these pieces together for quite a few years now,” Stuart began.
“It’s quite interesting how they stack up when you’ve bought, three to four pieces a year, then all of a sudden you look back and it has grown.”
The expert went on to point out that throughout the pandemic, there was a surge in people buying perfect Rolex copy watches.
Mark’s collection included some of the most desirable Swiss movements Rolex replica watches on the market, including the Daytona and the Sea-Dweller.
When asked why he wanted to sell the top Rolex super clone watches, Mark admitted: “I had quite a nasty car crash a couple of months ago and I am still suffering quite a bit with some broken bones.
“It split my chest open and my ribs, I am lucky to be here really and I had a couple of family members pass away, so it made me re-evaluate my situation.
“It made me think about material things… my family and I haven’t seen my sister for 10 years, she’s in America.”