Di Faced Money 04 Banksy

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foreman
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Sat Jun 09, 2007 5:23 pm

there needs to be 2 sections for this print...

one for single notes... and one for the sheet of 50 signed
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Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:24 pm

Also the singles aren't signed and numbered.
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Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:32 pm

mksound wrote:Also the singles aren't signed and numbered.
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Tue Dec 18, 2007 7:26 pm

are you POSITIVE the singles aren't s/n? why do people pay this much, I just don't get it....
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Anyone know a rough count of how many of the single note were produced?
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Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:16 pm

is this what is cut in half and stapled to my coa of no ball games?
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Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:41 pm

rccollins wrote:is this what is cut in half and stapled to my coa of no ball games?
I believe that is correct sir.

From your username I'm just going to assume you are related to Phil Collins. Good man.
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I understand these aren't real but I thought I read there was a lot of fakes floating about
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Fri Feb 18, 2011 8:11 pm

seems like it'd be pretty easy to fake a fake
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Wed Apr 06, 2011 9:16 pm

hirschy75 wrote:I understand these aren't real but I thought I read there was a lot of fakes floating about
Ive heard this as well.
Thing is, Id like one but with them going for $500-1000......I dont think so.
How would one know its a legit Banksy? Theres no way to authenticate, is there?
Yet, theyre still selling which begs the question: Is a fake of a fake as real as it gets? (that just blew your mind)
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shoeless wrote:
hirschy75 wrote:I understand these aren't real but I thought I read there was a lot of fakes floating about
Ive heard this as well.
Thing is, Id like one but with them going for $500-1000......I dont think so.
How would one know its a legit Banksy? Theres no way to authenticate, is there?
Yet, theyre still selling which begs the question: Is a fake of a fake as real as it gets? (that just blew your mind)

Even though it's probably not possible to authenticate a tenner, or easily, I realized recently (the hard way) that there are some tell-tale signs that are worth highlighting for potential buyers.

I'll be able to illustrate this best when I can actually get my hands on a more real-looking piece. But firstly, the fake I received was the wrong color compared with the majority of sellers selling high-priced 'originals'. That is, whether the more 'authentic' pieces are whiter, mine was yellowish. Secondly, the fake I received was unevenly cut compared with the majority of sellers selling high-priced 'originals'. That is, where most 'authentic' pieces have an even and precisely cut border, mine looked hand-cut and didn't stand on the table evenly.

I'm not yet able to comment on factors like paper type, resolution of image and ink used - but I'm sure these are factors in fakes too.
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Mon Apr 18, 2011 11:06 pm

Thanks for the response.
Sounds like you got a raw deal.....
Sorry to hear.
Im interested in seeing these pics.
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