I don't suppose it has any bearing on the legality of the seller's actions, but it still really gets my goat. Behold, seller brumleyusmc1955: 1916 D Mercury Dime (commemorative) 1894 S Barber Dime - Commemorative In each listing, the seller says: Yes, yes, I imagine that's true. And I'm willing to trust your word that you did serve our country, and I see that you're selling other coins that apparently are legit, and you do list these AS "commemorative" (whatever that's supposed to mean). But they're fakes of key-date coins, not marked as copies (and they'd still be against current eBay policy, even if they were marked). As were the multiple 1909-S VDB cents and 1916 SLQs that you've already sold, as well as the other 1916-D Merc. You're violating eBay policy. You're violating the law. And you're trying to use the United States Marine Corps to defend your reputation. Shameful.