Two original fakes signed Mark Tobey 
Wednesday, 17 August, 2005, 23:29

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The seller:
A very rare opportunity to purchase a pair of totally stunning large Mixed-Media's on thick Paper backed onto Board by the famous Abstract Painter: Mark Tobey. They show the artist's mastery of Abstract Imagery, incorporating not only broad Calligraphic forms, but also the influence of Jackson Pollock's splatter paintings.
Did you buy both falsifications from Mr. Eric I. Spoutz, Detroit?

The seller:
Provenance: From the Estate of a Swiss couple now living in Seattle, who according to their son had acquired the paintings from a Zurich Auction House back in the 70's. The heir to these paintings is prepared to give as much information as he has to the buyer.
Why not offer potential buyers this piece of the information BEFORE selling your fakes?

NOT painted by Paul Klee 
Tuesday, 16 August, 2005, 22:43

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The seller:
You are bidding on an original FAKE.

The seller:
Remember this item is advertised elsewhere and has already caused world wide interest - so dont miss your chance to own this outstanding original painting by this most sought after artist
You are a LIER

About the seller:
Positive Feedback: 100% Member since Feb-03-05 in United Kingdom
The Feedback score is pure swindle. NO ONE can trust the Feedback score.
Take a look at the sellers, leckie 1236, Feedback:

NOT a genuine René Magritte but a genuine Spoutz painted by his younger sister 
Monday, 15 August, 2005, 20:43

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The FAKE seller, Mr. Eric I. Spoutz:
Certificate of Attribution issued by Gerrit V. Henry describing his professional summary of the artwork.
Mr. Eric I. Spoutz, Detroit, is one of the greatest art swindlers in the world.
Gerrit V. Henry has never seen the picture.
Gerrit V. Henry has never signed any certificate published by Spoutz

Certainly NOT painted by the famous German painter, Max Ackermann. This is a child’s work. 
Sunday, 14 August, 2005, 22:04

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The seller:
Max Ackermann-Small Oil Pastel Drawing-c1952-NR

The seller:
Although we see the signed artist's name listed, we have not determined that this is the same individual.
Is it or is it NOT an original Max Ackermann?

NOT painted by Pablo Picasso 
Saturday, 13 August, 2005, 19:52

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The seller:
Provenance: William P. Anderson estate. We have not had it appraised and have no further paperwork on it and therefore it is being offered as attributable to the artist “as is“ with a modest reserve...
Of course you have no paper on this painting.
And you will never get some as is has nothing to do with Picasso.
It's a fake!

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