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fake Golden West and Husky
#123518 Tue Oct 30 2007 11:07 AM
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Appear to be reproductions of the Golden West and Husky, look at the backs, fellow says they are from his dads collection and he was a expert???? Ebay # 190167247739
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#123519 Tue Oct 30 2007 11:18 AM
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Besides the rusty backs the colors are wrong on the Golden West. Should be blue and yellow not green and whatever that other color is. Definite fakes!!!

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#123520 Tue Oct 30 2007 01:59 PM
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This guy is another crook just like the guy from Argentina!! If he answers you, he'll be very evasive!
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#123521 Tue Oct 30 2007 03:41 PM
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There are actually 2 of these Huskys out on Ebay. The other is up to $450.00. See 280166848383 Here are some close-ups of the one I got stuck with last year.











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Re: fake Golden West and Husky
#123522 Tue Oct 30 2007 05:36 PM
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Are both of the Husky signs fake? The one from the seller with the Golden West is very obvious, But was wondering about the other..RD


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#123523 Tue Oct 30 2007 06:54 PM
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Oh Yeah. The fakes are kind of a Burnt Orange in color, or maybe even better described as a Brownish Orange. The orignals are a Bright Orange like this one which recently sold on Ebay 180153995313


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#123524 Sat Nov 24 2007 12:44 PM
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Let's be thankful that these guys are still a little inept and are not getting the colors right. Last thing we need is another Justice......It's getting to the point where you're paranoid about everything porcelain you buy now days. I'm beginning to appreciate tin painted more and more.

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#123525 Fri Jan 18 2008 09:55 AM
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I haven't looked in on this forum in awhile. I'd actually be interested in buying 2 of the fakes (for the appropriate fake price of course) for a pump I'll be restoring.


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