Herewith nominated !!
I sent him a message via ebay informing him that all the would-be coin objects that he
was offering were fakes, most of them from known fake dies.
I received three replies from him via the ebay messaging system. The spelling mistakes
are his, not mine.
Your informatiom is absoluty wrong. I have sold some coins in lond
I think he meant that by selling these objects to someone in London, this somehow
authenticated them. His second message was also equally interrupted.
Your information is wrong. How can you say anithing about my coins? Did you
see any of them? Someone who buy from me told you that the coin is fake?
And who the hall are you? An expert? If you have evidence, please, show it.
In other way I will forward your messeage to my lawyers to take legal
Who the hall am I ? Well I don't work at the Z7 Concert hall any more. I explained
to him that he can compare the small details of the objects he is selling to
other examples on FAC's fake gallery as well as on forgerynetwork and he will
find identical examples (although he may not realise that coins were hand struck
so usually differently places, and also not realise that there were different genuine
I suggested he compare the "look" of the heads to those on genuine coins on
wildwinds, acsearch and other databases. I also told him to go ahead and contact
his lawyer but to think about it first, as he may stir up a wasps' nest which could
result in him being prosecuted for fraud...