RMS Carpathia Tea Set


Phil baker

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I would like to put a wager with William hills and get these items tested professional and I am betting they are old !! I’ve bought them from this seller and sold them to collectors ! Look at the feedback this seller has from collectors !! Who the hell are you guys anyway ? You haven’t even purchased anything and your morning !! Try it for yourself , I guarantee you’ll make a profit
 

Phil baker

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Sorry I meant to say “moaning” !! Anyway don’t knock it !! One of these items is now in a museum so I’m told by a fellow ebayer
 
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I’ve bought them from this seller and sold them to collectors ! Look at the feedback this seller has from collectors !! Who the hell are you guys anyway ? You haven’t even purchased anything and your morning !! Try it for yourself , I guarantee you’ll make a profit


You seem that you did not get it, the White Star Flag as well as the name engraved on it are fakes! I saw your ebay listings by the way all I can say is poor people who spend money on them.

The other seller is a liar and swindler, he sold them as original White Star Line items from Olympic and Carpathia which were not. They even did not had that style aboard and Carpathia belonged to the Cunard Line.

And to use your own quote, "who the hell are you"????
No idea about anything, defending a liar and selling faked items yourself. All you have done so far is only attacking and coming up with excuses.

And by the way Museums are not experts about White Star Line silver, there was recently a faked Titanic lifebelt in a museum and was removed when it was told by researchers and collectors.
 
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Harland Duzen

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Even Museums or Auction houses can make mistakes.

For example, According to "Titanic: The Ship Magnificent (Part 1)" Lifebuoys bearing "Titanic" on them would occasionally pop up in auction and be sold to a keen enthusiast or collector. Unfortunately despite common depictions, Titanic nor any White Star ship at the time would have painted a ship's name on them so they could be use 1 kind on all ships (and when they did wasn't till much later). Yet they still will sometimes appear for sale and then be sold with the auction house being none the wiser.
 

Phil baker

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You don’t know that !! When I say who are you ?? I mean that you are not eBay , you are not auctions !! You are just random faceless people !! FACT!! And you did not see any of my listings because I don’t sell on eBay !! Again your wrong !! I’ve recentky contacted eBay about this and they assure me it’s all above board. So once again “who are you”?? You disagree with auctions and museums and eBay !! But once again “who are you”?? Your nobody !! So why should you cast aspersions about this seller ??? WHO ARE YOU ??? people with sour grapes and nothing better to do !! Look at all the Memorabilia out there ! Is it all fake ??? Are you mad ??? I saw a great programme about a Chinese man whose job it was to find fakes ! He said that you cannot make assumptions about things!! And you can never state facts only opinions !! The man was in many court cases involving fakes and even he said you must ONLY state opinions !! NEVER state your opinion as a fact or you can be out of a job !! You lot are not very worldly !! And thats my last message
 

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Hooray. Its your last message. Such a shame as you engaged in a fascinating debate

I'm off to contact the Daily Mail to see if they are willing to sell me Hitler's War Diaries. There's a chance they may be real after all.

Enjoy your old silver. Shame you couldn't post some pictures of it so we could enjoy seeing it.
 
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