Ebay - Steve Zarelli Stated PSA has hair trigger on Likely not Authentic
This signed Neil Armstrong photograph, listed on eBay, and based on an online opinion from PSA, came back as " LIKELY NOT AUTHENTIC " .This item comes with a Steven Zarelli COA.
It Was Steve Zarelli, who stated on AML that PSA has a " Hair Trigger" on the likely not authentic opinion. So - my next question is -who is right ?
Steve Zarelli is cuter than Steve Grad.I would never want to rub my sword against Steve Grad, but *** Pride Aside, Steve Zarelli just does not match up to Grad's experience, so I have to go with the opinion of PSA.
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