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Not a bargain when the piece looks suspicious coupled with the sellers description:

 

"POLAND 5ZL 1829 ALEXANDER F.H KROL POLSKI in the condition with a tone olive-d'now a natural fantasy and exceptionally beautiful call(appeal) (charm) of eye (judge please for you,

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Not a bargain when the piece looks suspicious coupled with the sellers description:

 

"POLAND 5ZL 1829 ALEXANDER F.H KROL POLSKI in the condition with a tone olive-d'now a natural fantasy and exceptionally beautiful call(appeal) (charm) of eye (judge please for you,

 

I wonder why there were no other bidders.

 

The description appears to have been run through a computer translation program, so the wording might be less significant than it appears.

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its been run from russian i guess from saying @íàñòîÿùàÿ ôàíòàñòèêà@ anyways i can see that the coin is original + the seller stated that it is original/

my only worry is that he dont accept paypal and he might not even send the coin(((((((

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...anyways i can see that the coin is original + the seller stated that it is original/

 

You can determine authenticity just by looking at a picture? :ninja:

 

I can't do that. ;)

 

I can spot obvious fakes or coins that I think might be fake, but I'm not able to determine that a coin is genuine just by looking at a low resolution image.

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look at the condition of the coin, plus they arent so rare to counterfit them and bring them to the f condition in order to sell for 1dollar. I can see that the metal is silver and that is good enough for me as a proof, how can i see that its silver? i worked at jewllers for quite a bit of time, and can see even from pictures where silver or gold or where its just plated/

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you cant say a coin is not a counterfeit because of what metal it is made of.... its just as easy to melt down a little bit of coin silver as it would be to make it out of pot metal... I have seen prob 50 counterfeit American gold coins... that are made of gold... is this coin a feit??? I couldn't tell you...

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i can tell you that this coin doesnt have any mistakes. it is the way it should be and it has natural wearness.

 

 

Please tell me for which reaon you think that this coin is fake? Not concidering that i was the only one who bid for it.

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Having seen quite some coins in 45 years of collecting I'd bet that this worn coin is genuine.

As regards high postage I think the (maybe inexperienced - but probably honest) seller can be convinced to ship the coin at the normal letter rate.

But ---- a good deal is only perfect when the item has arrived. Good luck, Sigi

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Having seen quite some coins in 45 years of collecting I'd bet that this worn coin is genuine. <br>As regards high postage I think the (maybe inexperienced - but probably honest) seller can be convinced to ship the coin at the normal letter rate.<br> But ---- a good deal is only perfect when the item has arrived. Good luck, Sigi

Thanks for a reply, I agree with you 100%

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