“Good Morning America” told viewers to bring their potentially-valuable family heirlooms to Monday's show so the stars of truTV’s "Hardcore Pawn" could appraise them in a segment called "So Not Junk."
Les Gold and Ashley Broad were there to do the appraising. First up was a pocket watch given to a man by his grandfather. Even though it wasn't in working condition, they valued it at $4,000. If the watch was ticking, it would have been worth more than double that.
The next item was a beautiful ring a woman's grandmother handed down to her that she remembered playing with as a child. The yellow stone in the middle turned out to be a 3-carat diamond worth $26,000. Clearly flabbergasted, all she could exclaim was, "What?!"
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