Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Basileus Antialcidas, Aug 1, 2020.
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I'm not qualified to offer an opinion on this coin's authenticity. But I will point out that the fact that an ebay seller shows 100% good reviews is pretty much meaningless: I have read more than once that there's a way for sellers to delete negative reviews.
Thank you for the answer. I know it is possible to change a review but it is not very easy. You have to ask eBay to do it after they review the case. Also you can change 5 in a year in 1000 reviews. So I don't believe it is so easy but ofcourse possible.
I didn't know about the laws. So even if it is original it could easily be a coin obtained by illegal activities. That really sounds serious.
The OP looks alarmingly good to me - especially the ragged flan. Most of the Bulgarian fakes look too round, even if the die-work is good. It looks struck as well, rather than pressed. If it is a counterfeit, it scares me - it means they are upping their game.
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