11-12-2012, 08:54 PM #1
Hey patch fakers, where's the effort??
So I'm bouncing around eBay doing my usually searches and come across this beauty of a fake, almost comparable to the martin brodeur NFL patch that was swapped. I'm sorry I don't have a link (I'm on my iPhone), but the eBay item is 400339558928. If someone can post the link or a pic before its ended, that would be appreciated
11-12-2012, 09:01 PM #2
guess it was to hard to try and fill the window
11-12-2012, 09:09 PM #3
If he did a little research he might find they never put patches in those cards.
11-12-2012, 09:15 PM #4
I tried offering a penny and free shipping but ebay wouldn't let me. Hockey jerseys aren't even made like thatHidden Content
Collecting Brett Bulmer, Nick Leddy, Ziggy Palffy and Miroslav Satan in hockey, Warren Moon and Mohamed Sanu in football and Ben Revere in baseball
Will also trade for Wild, Vikings, Bengals and Twins stuff that catches my eye
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11-12-2012, 09:15 PM #5
That's hilarious. Perhaps a link between intelligence and dishonesty.Hidden Content
I collect: Kurri, Fuhr, MacInnis, Bossy, and Coffey as an Oiler primarily. Also Gretz(especially '90s inserts), Perreault, Dave Taylor, '70s-early '80s St. Louis Blues, 02/03 Foundations Signs of Greatness, 500 Goal themed cards, '70s Cowboys esp. Staubach, and '70s Kelloggs baseball and football cards.
11-12-2012, 10:10 PM #6
his feedback on ebay is 13k plus... what are the odds he has sold other fakes.
11-12-2012, 10:13 PM #7
11-12-2012, 10:37 PM #8
Looks like a piece from a Cheerleading outfit.
Silver lamay? Not on any Gretzky Jersey'sCollecting many HOF Cards, Old OPC, Old Parkhurst, Old Topps.
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11-12-2012, 11:19 PM #9
Maybe he's just washed the card too hot..
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11-12-2012, 11:28 PM #10
Among his other items for sale are several large "jacket"-sized NHL Logo Patches. Gee...I wonder what he bought those for?
Here's a sampling:
Collecting: Artyukhin, Zubrus, Lindros, Kovalchuk...and to a lesser extent Craig Berube, Dave Brown and Brian Propp