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(07-23-2012 02:11 PM)bigdehart64 Wrote: am I reading this right. He got the card at a card show as a single? I was told by him that he got it out of a $7 dollar pack at a card shop.
(07-23-2012 05:35 PM)giantfan270 Wrote: The truth is, the manufacturers make it far too easy. Their are going to be counterfeiters in every trade and they should do more to stop it. Sometimes I think they let it happen just to sell more product. I like the idea of a tamper proof clear film above the patch. Here is an experiment I did on my site just to show how easy it really is. No exacto knife was used, just tweezers and a glue stick. The card had damage on the back and was destroyed afterwards.
(07-25-2012 02:33 AM)georgehenrycollector Wrote: I really like your idea of a clear film over the patch area. But they need to make it large enough so that it would ruin the card if that film was messed with. As for the RG3 that patch job is horrid they could have at least made that tag go right side up.