The seller messaged me and said he would adjust his description. I looked and he took out the word "original". Given he didn't say that they were reproduction he left it up to the buyer to determine what is what. Is this a example of lying by omission given you know the truth? I hate to be cynical but given his same high expectation of price I don't think he is being completely honorable in this case. His same high expectations on the price may also influence a buyers perception of if being original instead of repro given no information. Well at least he changed the wording so maybe a uninformed person will inquire. If someone buys them thinking they are genuine they will technically not have recourse through Ebay because he didn't claim that they were genuine. Maybe all I did was help him fine tune his deception.
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