Such an obvious forgery of the "error" that it isn't even funny.
Let's see... can I turn an E into an I with a power eraser? Sure!
Never mind about the spacing between the letters... I'm sure nobody will ever notice.
I'm not sure why this one erks me more than others frauds, but it does.
after a second look, they are not calling it the error card in the description - just trying to imply it by the pictures. So, while the person who did it was obviously trying to emulate the error card, the current consignor doesn't seem to imply that it should have any more value than a damaged, correct-spelling Magee portrait... so I guess I have no issue.