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Re: NS Token Attribution

Do you have photo editing software? If so, all you have to do is reduce the number of pixels

There are a bunch of counterfeits of this type. Check the #2 on yours. If it's the same shape as the one shown, a curved point, then it's a genuine type. If the 2 looks like the one I posted, with a round ball starting the 2, then it's a counterfeit.

Terry T, 2/6/2011
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NS Token Attribution (Hounddog, 2/6/2011)
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