Oh crap he is bidding...The high bidder retracted his bid,I thought you guys were just joking around.Guess he doesn't know the difference then
Well - I took a look at this and instantly recognized my repro card. I'm the only one doing ST Aliens cards on superclams.
Then I realized I sold a repro carded romulan over a year ago. Did a little search and sure enough:
MEGO T2 reproduction ROMULAN on STAR TREK ALIEN CARD! - (eBay item 6039769901 end time Mar-05-06 18:07:31 PST)
(I re-loaded the images again so they show up)
So - there is 100% confirmation it's a repro since it was originally my figure. And I know for sure that's my repro card. Looking back I recognize that ebay ID but I think this was before we all knew what was going on.
Last edited by Corellian Corvette; Nov 10, '07 at 12:44 AM.
I noticed everybody has retracted their bids on this one. I also notice this guy has a "mint on card" Kirk that looks very much like a EMCE figure (shiny boots, slightly askew collar, light colored hands, etc.).....the picture is taken at an odd angle making it difficult to be sure....Anybody else think its a fake also?
"Crayons taste like purple!"
That looks like a vintage Kirk to me. If it's not, it's an AMAZING re-seal on a really nice card (the EMCE card is not the same on the back)
He also has a decnet looking pair of Robin Hood figures that also look original. Maybe he really didn't know what he had.
And, as far as the Romulan auction that this thread is about, I just looked at eBay to check out what everyone was talking about and seen this:
The seller ended this listing early because of an error in the listing.
So, hopefully all the emails that were sent telling the bidders it was a fake and the resulting bid retractions paid off....
Last edited by apes3978; Nov 12, '07 at 8:36 AM.
teri4364 wwas one of Schmidt's many banned scammer ID's
Awful blatant of him to pass it off as real. He must have gotten comfortable this last year without us riding him. I kind of miss it.
Maybe eBay should be alterted to the fact that a member with about 10 banned Ids is still selling on eBay under a new ID.
Well, The scammer Schmidt is shut down once again and disaster averted, due to the power of an honest community of collectors.