OK, that makes sense - I thought you intended to use them yourself. If you are going to eBay them, it would be nice to know, but you are probably going to have a lot of trouble verifying the originality of the decals. I remember a few years ago a list member made some repro TA crankarm decals that were so good that a shop owner on the list who sold the original TA decals recommended buying the repros instead as they were a much better value. Needless to say, I bought the repros.
"Ted E. Baer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Because I am a seller/resale seller. And if I am going to advertise something on my favorite site (eBay) I want to make damn sure I am selling the "real deal" and not some cheesy reproduction made by "Dick's Lick and Stick Co."
Ted E. Baer Palo Alto, CA
--- Jerome & Elizabeth Moos
> If they are so good you can't tell, why do you care
> whether they are "original" or reproductions? They
> won't be original to that bike in any case. The
> more important question is whether they are accurate
> for the bike you intend to apply them to.
> Jerry Moos
> Houston, TX
> "Ted E. Baer" wrote:
> I won an auction not too long ago that consisted of
> about 80 decals and transfers. I have full Colnago
> sets, etc, everything you can imagine. But I hear
> many people make replica decals now. Is there any
> possible way to tell the difference?
> Ted Baer
> Palo Alto, CA