[Ancientartifacts] Re: 'Good' Seller with poor COA. Fakes v other errors.

I suspect that the stand-off has evolved from error rather than
malpractice, there's a huge difference, and Ernie may feel he has an
ulterior reason for his actions.

Stephen and Ernie are both valued clients, and my dealings with either
give me no reason to take sides: i.e. I consider both to be honest and
straight-forward people.

Stephen has asked me to physically examine the pot and provide him with
an independent opinion on the extent of the damage, I've agreed to do
this, and it will probably take a couple of days. It sounds to me like
there's a dispute over the extent of the damage and whether or not this
was covered or implied by the original description/COA/receipt.
Therefore, let's hold off from character-assassinations until someone
has provided a third-party (or 4th, 5th etc!) examination of the facts
and allowed both sides to react accordingly.

No dealer in their right mind would want their reputation trashed over
an inconsistency in a fairly minor sale, equally no collector would be
as upset as Stephen unless he felt justified in complaining.

Let's look at the facts once they're available and see what happens.

Rolf Kiaer


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