Nirvana Healing Explosion Tacoma 88

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Anyone know why every copy I've ever seen of this is missing the top two corners? I've seen several on eBay this past year or so, all were missing the top two corners, just like the one in the EMP. And several were from random European countries (maybe even the same one), which isn't too far from the realm of possibility, just a little odd that multiple copies of an extremely rare 1988 flyer from Tacoma are floating around the globe. What really gets me though is that I have probably seen what I believe to be at least 5 or 6 unique copies of this, and all are missing the top two corners. So if counterfeiters were going to make a forgery, they would only have one template to choose from, so their forgeries would also be missing the top two corners, unless they wanted to draw in the parts of the missing black border.

Just curious if anyone else has ever pondered this. I want an original one of these, but the fact that all circulating copies look identical and share the same flaws, and that several copies have popped up on Ebay from places like Estonia have me really doubting the authenticity of the ones in circulation, except for the one in the EMP of course.
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