The Samovar

Attention! NWA forgeries!

igorfmyask - 5/17/2008 at 18:34

Be careful. stamp-63 is selling NWA overprint tete-beche that is forgery because it cannot exist.


Unhinged - 5/17/2008 at 20:01

Not being one who's afraid to demonstrate his ignorance, I have to ask, why can't this exist?

igorfmyask - 5/17/2008 at 21:14

There are full sheets that show that plate was consisted of 100 overprints but there were no tete-beches.

Unhinged - 5/18/2008 at 12:41

Thank you for the explanation.

Have you written to the seller to ask why it's not identified as counterfeit? Perhaps he doesn't know? Or has this one been caught out before and not reacted properly?

How about the rest of his stuff? It looks like most of his Russian items are errors, some from the modern era. Are these legit, or fake too?

Gary - 5/18/2008 at 17:54

If we are following a dealer on eBay, please use the appropriate eBay forum. Thanks.

igorfmyask - 5/18/2008 at 20:49


This topic is about NWA forgeries so forum is right. On other hand it happened that stamps were found at eBay so eBay forum is also good for discussion.

Dr. Ray Ceresa - 1/24/2009 at 10:17

More and more forgeries are coming up on e-Bay. I am sure the sellers know this - several refuse my bids when I bid low at the opening for forgeries! (Olga in particular and I always tell 'her' when I place a low bid because it is a forgery).

Dr. Ray Ceresa - 7/30/2011 at 07:52

"she" still blocks my bids whether high or low. There seems to be no redress to this and one can no longer ask seller a question on e-Bay!!!!