Donald Trump’s earliest childhood home in Queens could be going once, going twice and sold to the highest bidder at a Manhattan auction on Wednesday. The home’s current owners, Isaac and Claudia Kestenberg, purchased the home at 85-15 Wareham Place in upscale Jamaica Estates in 2008 for $782,500. That address is listed on Trump’s birth certificate. “We are choosing to auction the property because we don’t know what it’s worth,” said the couple in a statement. “It is unique, and the market has changed so much since we purchased the property; we will let buyers bid what they wish and tell us what it’s worth Opening bid for the auction at 6 p.m. at the Roosevelt Hotel is $849,000. The five-bedroom Tudor includes a two-car garage. The property had been listed for $1.65 million over the summer. Prospective bidders must walk in with a bank or certified check for $90,000.