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(09-05-2012 09:34 AM)skywalker Wrote: That was the first thing i noticed that there is nothing on the back to 'verify the authenticity' of the autograph. But what gives me hope is that it is numbered out of 39, and i cannot find a numbered version of this card to 39 leading me to believe one of 2 possible scenarios. Number 1 being it is a fake and someone forged an auto and somehow numbered it? OR that it is a real, but rare card? (i hope? lol) Any thoughts on the serial numbering here? The numbering looks authentic enough.
(09-05-2012 09:38 AM)mrhurtado17 Wrote: i agree about the serial numbering but then as i look at "the same card" link i just posted the serial numbering looks diff! spaced out and is one blackish? or just a bad scan?? also the numbering is not straight on one... hmm so strange...still think fake but ???
(09-05-2012 09:49 AM)skywalker Wrote: It seems as though several people believe that the gold 24 in the left corner is the authenticity and that was confirmed by panini? I may have to contact Panini myself to check it out.
Also, i sent a message to the guy i purchased the card from on ebay. Hope to hear back from him soon to get his take.
(09-05-2012 10:10 AM)hlc1949 Wrote: The "24" on the reverse is the authenticity stamp used for the Kobe cards.
(09-05-2012 10:16 AM)skywalker Wrote: It seems like I am beginning to hear this a few times, that the 24 on the reverse is indeed a stamp of authenticity. So it looks like it's authentic. The next question is what is the value of a card like this?
(09-05-2012 10:42 AM)mrhurtado17 Wrote: can the sticker be lifted? i hope not!