Cashconverters Fake 1oz Gold Coin Buy it Now $1999.00

Discussion in 'Fakes & Counterfeits' started by johnnyhann, Jul 10, 2017.

  1. johnnyhann

    johnnyhann Active Member Silver Stacker

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    whay Well-Known Member

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    Yah certainly overpriced! How can you be certain it is a fake, could it be a poor shot?
     
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    Looks genuine to me
     
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    Mate of mine used to own a Cash Converters. Reminds me of a story he once told about having to go to court about some items that were allegedly stolen.

    Magistrate asks, "what is the value of the items?"

    Mate responds, "with respect Your Hounour...are you buying, or are you selling"
     
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    Na definitely fake. The obverse has an almost mirror-like surface when in reality a genuine gold kangaroo always has a "matte" background on the obverse. Plus the queen's portrait is just... off.
     
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