I was presented with the following scenario, that differs a bit from the one in Kiddushin (48-50) and couldn't figure the Halacha:
- A man gives a woman a coin of unknown value before Kosher witnesses (of course)
- the Man says "You are Mekudeshet to me on condition that* this coin is worth $100"
- The woman SAYS out loud: "I'm willing to be Mekudeshet even if it's worth $1" and receives the coin.
- The witnesses check the coin afterward and set the value of $20.
Do we count on what the man said, and neglect the woman, and render the Kiddushin invalid, or we count on the woman's will and render it valid?
*Note if the husband does not care how much the coin is worth, if he's just trying to persuade the woman to marry him by saying its worth more, since they both agree (see 3.) the marriage is binding Shulchan Aruch EH 31,1-2