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Haha, well, I guess he is being truthful. They are real photos. But then again horribly misleading, but hey, who am I to say....

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I am not an eBay user, but I have to know something about it, so every now and then I read the rules.


The Seller says: "I do not know if this coin is authentic or not, as I am not a specialist in coins. "


However, eBay says:

You should not list replicas, fakes, counterfeits, or other illegal copies on eBay. For example, you should avoid listing an item that bears the brand name or logo of a company that did not manufacture or authorize the product. Do not list homemade or otherwise unauthorized copies of music, movies, television programs, or software. Under the law, it is no excuse to say that you didn't know the item you were selling was a counterfeit. It's your obligation to investigate your source for product and stand behind everything you sell.


And eBay also says:

Sellers may not disclaim knowledge of, or responsibility for, the authenticity or legality of the items offered in their listings.Sellers should take steps to ensure that their items are authentic before listing them on eBay. If a seller cannot verify the authenticity of an item, the seller is not permitted to list it.



I don't know how much clearer this can be.

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