Black ink printed on genuine cards is always a true black, even magnified. Areas that are black will be completely black, and the edges of black shapes will be solid. Many fakes will have black that's made up of other colored dots, and edges will fade out into the colors beside them.
Is it illegal to print MTG proxies?
TL;DR - printing proxies for home or casual use is fine, just don't sell/trade them and you can't use them in sanctioned events.Aug 6, 2014
Is it legal to sell proxies?
Some of these "proxy" cards are so professionally made that they can pass as real Magic cards to the untrained eye, and are therefore effectively counterfeits. The production of these cards, for the purpose of sales, is of course illegal.
Does card kingdom sell fakes?
Card Kingdom has a commitment to the community to ensure counterfeit cards do not re-enter circulation, and we will not knowingly purchase or sell counterfeit cards, nor will we return confirmed counterfeit cards. Card Kingdom does not act as an authentication service.
How long does Cardkingdom take to grade cards?
Your cards will make their way to a grader after being received, and your order will be graded and finalized in one to five business days, depending on how many orders we have at the time. Once your order is graded and finalized, your payment will be issued.
How to counterfeit Magic the gathering cards?
The suspected fake should, if real, let through the same amount of light as a genuine MTG card. The light cone should be even and show both sides of the card in it. A lot of fakes are opaque and almost let not light through. In some, but a lot rarer cases, the fake lets through more light than an authentic card.
Are Chinese MTG cards legal?
Absolutely, you may.
Are Korean MTG cards worth anything?
Korean cards are typically valued higher than any other language. As a general rule, non-English languages using the Latin alphabet are worth the same or slightly more than English. Chinese cards are also typically worth the same or slightly more than English cards.May 4, 2012