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"vintage" misfits t-shirt

Post by hermosavtg »

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... 0604771783

Looks suspect to me. the "crisp" tag looks an awful lot like one of those fake Thai Screen Stars tags posted here sometime back. I think the graphics look fairly contemporary. I see a lot of those kinds of designs on new shirts at the trendier flea markets.

What do you all think?

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Re: "vintage" misfits t-shirt

Post by jimmyj »

Fuzzy photos always make me wonder - whether it's UFOs, Yeti, Loch Ness or vintage t-shirts.

The tag looks like it has fluorescent colors in it. But it's definitely not one of those Thai/Pakistan numbers - the dimensions look accurate.

I'll bug Kyle to chime in he has a good eye for Misfits stuff.
Jimmy J

(Please note: Legit checks I do in this forum should not be considered 100% conclusive; I'm simply giving a gut reaction based on the limited information provided.)

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Re: "vintage" misfits t-shirt

Post by StivTaters »

Looks like a fake to me.

Rainbowgasoline sold/sells a few fake misfits tees, this print being one of them. :evil: The person selling this shirt has purchased a couple of shirts from that jackass in the past....my money's on this being one of those said shirts.

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