Cedar Grove, NJ (PRWEB) December 11, 2008
In 1983 New Jersey entrepreneur Paul Hartunian sold the world famous Brooklyn Bridge, one piece at a time. Now, 25 years later, he's doing it again. But this time there's something very special about the Brooklyn Bridge for sale.
When you think of great American monuments, a few standout landmarks readily spring to mind. The Statue Of Liberty, The White House, The Empire State Building as well as the Brooklyn Bridge to name a few. These landmarks and others like them are synonymous with American culture and etched on the psyche of every freedom loving American. It is not often that the opportunity to own your very own piece of one of these landmarks arises. However, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the first time he sold the Brooklyn Bridge, entrepreneur Paul Hartunian from http://www.IBoughtTheBrooklynBridge.com is releasing a signed limited edition of authentic Brooklyn Bridge wooden pieces along with full certification.
Paul Hartunian from http://www.IBoughtTheBrooklynBridge.com said "Imagine the privilege of being able to hold in your hands a piece of our heritage - a piece of Brooklyn Bridge history. A piece so exclusive that only a very select group of people would ever have the opportunity of seeing, let alone owning. A token of our glorious past that you can pass down to your children or grandchildren."
When news of Paul's Brooklyn Bridge sale originally hit news headlines back in 1983, the buzz surrounding the sale was tremendous. Johnny Carson even did a special segment about the Brooklyn Bridge for sale and mentioned Paul Hartunian and the other memorabilia he had for sale (You can view the Johnny Carson segment on Paul's website: http://www.IBoughtTheBrooklynBridge.com). As a testament to how much people value these collector's items, Paul has never seen one put up for sale since 1983 - not even on Ebay.
Paul adds, "How many people can go through life saying that they did something truly special or unique in their lifetime? Owning a portion of the original Brooklyn Bridge will be that sort of highlight of your life. It's a privilege that will bring smiles not only to your face, but to the face of your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren."
To mark the 25th anniversary of the first sale of the Brooklyn Bridge, Paul is releasing a limited edition collection of authentic Brooklyn Bridge wood pieces along with signed limited edition certificates. These collector's items are not only scare and unique, but have significant historical value. Only 2500 of these special wood pieces with signed certificates are being released.
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