“It’s pretty amazing, and I think we should have it,” said Joe Kostaric, a New Jersey businessman.
“It was like $1 million when I was a kid, and now it’s like $5 million.
That’s a huge, massive amount of money.”
The silverware includes the iconic red wine corker from the 1959 film The Wild One, as well as a gold watch that is nearly 10 metres long.
“I bought the watch and I took it to the auction and I sold it for about $6,000,” Mr Kostac said.
It’s been valued at $5 to $10 million.” “
But that’s not the case.
It’s been valued at $5 to $10 million.”
Another $1.5 million gold watch was found in a New York mansion in 2007.
“That one was worth $6 million,” Mr Zukerman said.
“I have been getting calls from people in Europe saying, ‘Is that the real one?’ and I said, ‘Well, it’s not, it has the same serial number as my watch.'”
Mr Kostas silverware has been a regular visitor to the New York auction house, where it was sold last week.
The auction house has already sold one other gold watch, a watch from the 1920s and ’30s, to a collector in Belgium.
For the past few months, the auction house had a lot of interest in the gold watch.
Mr Zukermans brother and current president of the New Jersey State Association of Realtors, Steve Zuker, said he was excited about getting it.
He has sold hundreds of watches in the past decade, including some that were worth $20 million.
If you know anybody who has a watch that they would like to sell, you can contact us and we’ll take a look at it and we can arrange for the watch to go to the right buyer, he said.
The silverware was acquired in a 2009 deal between the two companies.
It was a nice piece of silver, and a nice, beautiful piece of fine gold, Mr Kosaric said.