I feel like this topic is a double edged sword. On one hand you have the collectors like us who legitimately want to know if something is real/fake and then you have the scammers looking at the thread to make their fakes look more "legit"woodisgood wrote:One person says this is fake, another thinks it's legit. I have pics of the back—it's #43. Strangely enough, this very same one sold on eBay, from another seller, in August 2014. And now this seller has it up, 4 1/2 months later. (Legit seller too from the looks of it.) Nowhere in the listing does he use the phrase "blood card." (Could it be possible he doesn't know the phrase? Or could it be he found out it's fake?)
I would LOVE to see a comparison of known fakes against known real blood cards. I've seen a few blood cards in my time and they're not all the same on the back—not to mention some use nail polish and others use marker on the tack.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Jack-White-Stri ... TQ:US:1123
Wish it wasn't this way.
Wonder if Blackwell has way of telling and a simple email to the PinBallWizard would give you a YES/NO answer. I think the real KEY is in the numbering and handwriting on the back of the card.