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  • Beware Ebay User Selling Fakes Fakes Fakes

    You gotta check out this guy on ebay from the UK, his user name is amango111. He has the best and oldest of every collectible possible. Lots of "screened" watches with significant names and awards and old boxes with engraving, he runs the whole gammit.

    Some of the hockey items he has sold of late, are almost funny. Now a lot of these items don't sell for much because most know better but still good to know who and what is going on out there.

    Check out this Bobby Orr watch !!
    Last edited by Bobbyvhc; 02-15-2019, 11:23 PM.

  • #2
    All of his stuff available and already sold is forgery worthless shit !!!

    You gotta love his 1924 Howie Morenz Stanley Cup metal box that just sold for $24


    • #3
      Has anyone seen these 1969 4 in 1 opc reprints, or the stamps in pairs ? How close are they to the real thing ? I looked at the pictures on ebay, and
      the 4 in 1's have the perforations on the back. Really is amazing, and scary at the same time.


      • #4
        Can you post a link of the fakes?


        • #5
          Loving this thread! indeed
          Last edited by barongan; 02-19-2019, 02:25 PM.


          • #6
            I've mentioned this topic in past, reprinted items (even if they say in ebay tital "reprint") should not be for sale. Material is copyrighted meaning it can not be reproduced without be noted. If you look at some of these items and you were new to the hobby or even an expert, it's difficult to tell. There are many sellers on ebay that are selling reprint cards.


            • #7
              It is true that reprint equals fake, but you could also include all the custom, alternate, missing player and other home-made cards in the same junk category. Ebay doesn't seem to care too much as long they make their commission.


              • #8
                I do like the "cards that never were" types - a 1984 OPC design with Pelle Lindbergh on it, for example. I see those as kind of neat.