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Gentlemen I ask you valuable opinion on this medal, just received and very near a Fake...I can see clearly the line of union betwenn 2 halfs of the medal (ob and rev), and the Surface is pitted... :banger::banger:

I need more opinion before try to return the medal and ask for my money...

I can?t believe that a not so "rare" medal can be subject of a forgery...

regards

and thanks beforehand

Miguel

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............................... Valencia.....hmmmm, that`s by the mediterranian sea if i am right...............go to the beach and throw this medal in the sea..............

or......................

................try to return it as fast as you can!!! :shame:

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............................... Valencia.....hmmmm, that`s by the mediterranian sea if i am right...............go to the beach and throw this medal in the sea..............

or......................

................try to return it as fast as you can!!! :shame:

That?s the thing I am "en train de faire" like the french say...Thanks...Anyway, difficult to see these details with the little pics the seller post at eBay...

Regards :blush:

Miguel

PS/ Yes, Valencia it?s at the seaside. We have a very temperate climate and your are invited to come here to eat some authentic paella rice dishes and

have a splendid afternoon "siesta"...This may has been very wet for spain...that?s great because after this no rain till Octobre!!!, save some summer storms. :beer:

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[quote name='hipnos' date='May 27 2008, 23:05 ' post='26817

I can?t believe that a not so "rare" medal can be subject of a forgery...

Send it back!!

I too was unfortunate to purchase one of these a few years ago.

Thanks lads, I know I?m the only one... :banger:

Miguel :cheers:

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