Storage Wars Brandi Scores A $1,200,000 JACKPOT!May 02, 2023
Welcome back to the channel. In today's video, we're going to talk about the top ten most important paydays in Storage Wars. If you're a fan of Storage Wars, be sure to leave a like on the video and be sure to subscribe. so you can be notified when we post our daily videos now with all that said let's get right into the video classic toy collection season 1 episode 8 The Trading Post for Steve over three years ago we specialized in cashless trading in two weeks be our commercial store 4th anniversary before
brandipassante and jarrod schulz are the newbies to
warsmore often than not end up losing more money than came after expressed interest in a particular
storageunit bully Dave Hester pushed the price up knowing the couple didn't have much to spend, but their perseverance paid off and after spending $1,700 on the unit, Brandi and Jarrod discovered a collection of vintage toys that neither of them made a profit of $12,800. for the underdogs. we have a sheet music box of wine i have my bike up and racing by the creepy statue number two look at any resemblance this piece has to be one of a kind the teeth appear to actually be the same waist pierced in a big one more time during the second season when he was late to an auction and quickly listed what appeared to be a worthless locker with a couch and some odds and ends all for a seemingly excessive price of $1,525, but in this case the collector knew what he was doing. he had seen a small box hidden in the back it was something he absolutely needed to investigate, it turned out to be a sculpture of a wooden bust with a real int with real insect teeth and glass eyes along with a window in the back of his head revealing a whole scene taking place in the brain of the statue the rather odd piece turned out to be a collector's item and was valued at six thousand dollars the only problem the place was too enamored with the odd bust to even consider selling it I'd say if he was in a gallery they would no doubt ask for $6000 and navy number three Elvis newspapers.
We start small and exchange something amazing. Wars regular Dave Hester, who was fired right after season three, was the buyer everyone loved to hate. He was known to push up the prices of storage units if he knew a fellow buyer was looking at him and he was generally confrontational, he watches this competition being done. Hester was a pretty lucky buyer with an eye for value, a case in point in season one. Hester bid $750 for a storage unit with old newspapers. Stash was all from the same day 6th August 1977 sounds familiar that's the date Elvis Presley died the unit ended up being a gold mine with a plethora of papers all sporting the face of the king of rock and roll , adding up to a staggering $90,000 Mersey 1953 and 37 I can't afford to keep it anymore I'd like to trade it in for something that's cheaper or original Frank Gutierrez in the season 3 finale darrell Sheets got the biggest payday in the history sheets from the storage
warsknown to the public as the player offering $3,600 on a locker simply because he liked the look of some of the artwork inside after doing a little research the artwork turned out to be original paintings from Frank and with the edits, much to everyone's disbelief, the lot turned out to be valued at over $300,000 even though the skepticism sheet says he spoke to him, as he himself owned the storage unit, he was kind enough to return some of the artists personal items, just not the thousands of dollars worth of artwork, but a large amount of Frank Gutierrez's work, this is you have to number five car and motorcycle parts five keys older Yamaha has to be this looks like a Yamaha not so much storage season four is worth it with the final episode of Barry Weiss before his hiatus from filming the spinoff show buried treasure during the first episode Barry stumbled upon what would be a very happy start to the season for him paid about seventeen hundred dollars on a shabby and somewhat dilapidated storage unit full of auto and motorcycle entitlements at first the stash seemed kind of useless probably due to lack of maintenance in the storage unit , but upon inspection, Waste discovered that his unit would have a little over ten thousand dollars in profit.
That's one way to start the season with a bang. You are welcome. It's the one that doesn't work Number six Holy Grail toy and comic book collection $500 look at the size of these collectible Frankenstein dolls $150 over the course of the show darrell Sheets aka the gambler has found other ways to bank than steal and hunt rarely, in this case it came in the form of a comic book and toy collection he bought in season 5, but you literally dubbed the holy grail of toys, the locker contained an endless supply of GI Joes Hot Wheels and a whole host of of other collectible dolls and toys along with an absolutely massive collection of comics we're talking 3,000 books but shake which sheets valued at about $10 each the total kept rising as the sheets added up to the mountain of collectibles finally establishing a grand total surpassing $90,000 finally settling the total kept rising as the sheets added up the mountain of collectibles finally sitting on a grand total that Tommy's $9,000 video game collection NES system number 7 is a common thread of over and here nice guys this was all pretty commonplace right here everything in this box i have on the shelf here going from comics to video games.
The first episode of Season 10 featured another big payday this time for bidder Rene Nezhoda, who got the locker for a beaker of $1500. Assembled by a collector who knew his stuff through the long process of adding up the seemingly endless collection of vintage entertainment pieces, it quickly became clear that this was just a huge pile of surplus with no duplicates in the mix, the dusty pile of memorabilia it contained everything from rare Sega Genesis games to a copy of the NES game Bubble Bobble part 2 that was worth several hundred dollars on its own the entire collection once minutely counted was worth over 50 thousand dollars once in 14 years really look at this Oh mightily Until snow brothers killer title you got some pots of old treasure number eight 125 bucks that's a $60 bill for you to put in there nice little decorations how dallas this one is even nice in all this stuff is painted A handy $200 another locker that Rene Nezhoda and his wife Casey picked up during Season 6 also resulted in a huge win.
The couple discovered an endless procession of high-value pieces ranging from a beautiful mint-condition grandfather clock to a set. of Wallace's baroque a collectible silver that was easily worth at least $2,000 along with an oil canvas painting the king with paperwork stating it's worth $8,000, the collection ended up including, among other things, pictures , ship models, art pots and statues from as far away as Africa and Asia, all valued at a minimum of $50,000. talk about hitting the
jackpotis being used allow this is probably about $1000 water for Caleb Ross I guarantee we're going to get two grand put in a set number nine model grand pianos if the dolls look like china Barry Weiss more He later got his own twist- The Buried Treasure off-series had never really been interested in bidding on storage units until he was approached by his friend about showing up in storage wars, even though he didn't have a lot of experience. but at first it seemed to be a flop which actually turned into a big win when White pulled a 1928 Marshall and Wendell grand piano out of the mess and made a nice profit of $11600 25 which probably helped him stay on the show for so long i need Focus on the big pieces now for mary needs to learn vending machines number 10 so now that will cost about 300 bucks.
There's a beautiful empire sofa that's about $400 to do at $400 with a marble top and then I've got another big fine for Dave Hester that came when he used his acting chops to discourage anyone else from bidding on a unit with the one that felt good. At first glance, the unit looked like it was full of old broken vending machines, but Hester spotted new ones in the back. bidders wandering around ranting about how useless the unit was, then he managed to snag the unit for the bargain price of $1,300 and sold the new machines for a profit of almost 28,000 bucks, he has a little French table here, there will be $200 and then only keeps getting better here's some victorian furniture $200 on the antique rocking chair there
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