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  • [MUSIC PLAYING] - I wouldn't touch them at all.

  • They look completely fake to me.

  • Does somebody wanna buy a football?

  • COREY: Where in the world did you get this?

  • One of the toughest parts of my job

  • is telling people that their prized

  • family possession is fake.

  • What do we have here?

  • PAINTING SELLER: Well, it's a Claude Monet painting.

  • I'm hoping to walk out with $1 million.

  • Now, was it on exhibit at the Las Vegas Art Museum?

  • PAINTING SELLER: It was, in 1997.

  • PAINTING EXPERT 1: All right.

  • OK.

  • They say early period, which is very vague.

  • I mean, he lived a very long life.

  • RICK: Yeah.

  • PAINTING EXPERT 1: He started painting very

  • early, so what's early period?

  • It doesn't-- it doesn't really tell you a whole lot.

  • I'd like to get a second opinion.

  • Sure, yeah. Give him a call.

  • PAINTING EXPERT 1: OK. OK, I will.

  • If we look on the back of this painting,

  • yeah, what I'm looking at is all indication of who it could be.

  • You will have old oil paint sweating through the canvas.

  • Here, you don't see that.

  • RICK: So is it real?

  • It's in the style of Monet, but it's not-- absolutely not

  • by the hand of Claude Monet.

  • [INAUDIBLE]

  • Not real.

  • Not real.

  • Ugh.

  • I got a couple of Scottish blades here.

  • They were handed down from me from my dad, which

  • was handed down to him from his father, so

  • basically my grandfather.

  • OK.

  • First off, I can tell you right off this is a reproduction.

  • - Really? - Yeah.

  • Look at this.

  • This was silver.

  • Silver is the most reflective metal there is.

  • You can see the difference in color in them.

  • When silver oxidizes, it turns black.

  • This one's already turning green.

  • KNIFE SELLER: Right. RICK: OK?

  • KNIFE SELLER: Hm.

  • I wouldn't think my grandfather would pick up something

  • that wasn't authentic.

  • RICK: Well, but this one I'm confident is

  • not worth anything.

  • No?

  • That really sucks.

  • PAPER SELLER: Got something for y'all.

  • COREY: What's that?

  • PAPER SELLER: This is a newspaper

  • from the Boston Globe the morning after the Titanic sank.

  • RICK: For a 1912 newspaper, it's in perfect condition.

  • I mean, perfect.

  • I mean, there's no yellowing on the inside papers,

  • which is amazing considering this is, um--

  • COREY: It's a hundred years old.

  • RICK: Yeah.

  • All right.

  • Well, here's my problem.

  • It's fake.

  • Why do you say that?

  • RICK: You see right here?

  • PAPER SELLER: Mhm.

  • RICK: That's from a copy machine.

  • PAPER SELLER: OK.

  • So when would they have copied it?

  • Probably right after the movie came out.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • PAPER SELLER: Oh, to resell?

  • Yeah.

  • PAPER SELLER: After he opened it up,

  • I really thought, yeah, it was fake,

  • and I probably won't get a second opinion.

  • I guess I'm just gonna go home and soak in my own misery.

  • Oh well.

  • I got a 1967 autographed Chicago Bears football.

  • Da Bears.

  • COREY: You know, here are some of the concerns I have with it.

  • We have absolutely no authentication for the ball.

  • Do you mind if I give a buddy of mine a call?

  • He can kind of appraise it.

  • Sure, that's fine with me.

  • FOOTBALL EXPERT: You really gotta focus

  • on the characteristics of the autograph

  • compared against other ones that have

  • been proven to be authentic.

  • If we compare the Brian Piccolo signature

  • here to the one on the football, primarily

  • in the B, how it forms, and how at the end here,

  • the L and the O dips off, these are

  • contrasting signatures and very typical for what you

  • see in a clubhouse signature.

  • This is very common, and all it really

  • is, somebody knows his signature,

  • and does their best interpretation of it

  • to try to make it look as authentic as possible.

  • FOOTBALL SELLER: I feel pretty let down.

  • I think clubhouse signatures are very deceitful.

  • I'd like to meet the people that do that

  • and give them a piece of my mind.

  • Does somebody wanna buy a football?

  • I have some Wells Fargo belt buckles made by Tiffany.

  • Tiffany would never make a belt

  • buckle then solder the little latch over their logo.

  • Anything associated with Tiffany was done perfectly.

  • This is not perfectly, therefore I know it's not Tiffany's.

  • I never buy anything fake, no matter what.

  • Just having it around the shop is

  • risky because an employee might think it's genuine and sell it.

  • That could turn into a real nightmare.

  • What do we have here?

  • A 1777 French musket.

  • RICK: I have a buddy that knows all about these guys.

  • GUN SELLER: OK.

  • All of this grime and what looks to be, you know, old rust

  • is artificial patina that was put on by a paint brush

  • and then wiped off.

  • From everything I'm seeing here, this most likely

  • is a movie prop gun.

  • I can't believe this isn't a real gun.

  • This sucks.

  • COREY: What do we got?

  • CARD SELLER: I got five Topps 1967 Pete Rose baseball

  • cards here, mint condition.

  • My concerns are that they're like

  • in almost too-perfect shape, and that you've got five of them.

  • If these cards are fake, then I need to re-evaluate

  • my entire card collection.

  • COREY: This guy's got five Pete Rose cards.

  • I figured I'd let you look at them.

  • So what do you want to know about these?

  • If they're real.

  • No.

  • How do you-- how can you tell that?

  • What do you-- what do you mean?

  • RICK: Because the color's all faded.

  • Everything's a blur, even his face.

  • It doesn't look silkscreened.

  • [INAUDIBLE] printed with an inkjet printer.

  • And the picture looks overexposed.

  • They probably scanned it and reprinted it.

  • It's just not right at all.

  • These things right here, I wouldn't--

  • I wouldn't touch them at all.

  • They look completely fake to me.

  • CARD SELLER: If these cards are fake, then you know,

  • what else is real?

  • Is the wife real?

  • The dog?

  • The cat?

  • You know, what's real?

[MUSIC PLAYING] - I wouldn't touch them at all.

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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