- Worlds earliest timekeeping device
- First used in Egypt around 3500 BC
We might have a winner here! The owners father picked it up in Germany during the war. Spoils of war baby.
Rick has seen a lot of sun dials, but nothing like this. Says 1662 on it, but they are not sure if that’s the date. Wow if it is 1662 that would be nuts!
This guy wants to pawn it for around $600 but it could be worth a fortune so Rick needs to call in an expert.
ok Rod is called in. This is know as a Nuremberg dial. Its an old fashon digital watch he says. It has a few different dials built into it. Pretty neat. Like the Swiss Army knife of sun dials. Man this thing is no joke, could even tell time at night from the moon. Sweet! This is the best one this guy has ever seen and is impressed. The piece that Rick popped out before is actually…. Wow its a piece that makes it become a weather vain!! nice
This guy is saying an avg one would go for 3-5K. This one could easily fetch $7,000 wooo hooooo!!
He asks $6500 for it and Rick says $3,000, then says $4,000, $4500 4200
Now to a gamble!! lol. Flip for it $4200 or $4500 Customer wins and DEAL for $4500
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