Do you remember goldielox2
and his russian grandfather?

This drawing signed Picasso offered on ebay by goldielox2 in June, 2006
The text as follows:

June 16, 2006:
The seller, goldielox2, somewhere in the States. Feedback: 100% positive:
Up for auction  is this amazing ink drawing signed Picasso. It's in excellent condition and measures 9.4 inches in height and 10.4 inches in length. 

The drawing comes from my family estate. In order to comply with ebay rules regarding the listing of fine art, I am auctioning this drawing as in the style of Picasso. I am not in a position to attempt to acquire a certificate de authentique...this is a very costly and time consuming endeavor. Do your own research before bidding. 

There is a guarantee that this is an original ink drawing  and not a print of any kind. Auction results final. No reserve.......  Bid with confidence.

A drawing signed Picasso and offered by goldielox2 at ebay on April, 2006.
In his text the seller talks about his Russian grandfather. But where is he now, this grandpa of his?
Could it be due to new eBay rules that we must do without him?

April 16, 2006:
The seller, goldielox2, somewhere in the States. Feedback: 100% positive:

This original ink drawing signed picasso, is one of a number of paintings and drawings that will be offered for auction on ebay. Not a lithograph or print of any kind. There is no reason to go on about this great artist.......... Pablo Picasso. The drawing measures 9.4 inches in height and 10.5 inches in width. The paper is slightly yellowed with age, however the drawing is in overall excellent condition, and has been kept unframed for many years. This work, as well as a number of other works of varied artists, has come to me via my parents and grandparents. Grandfather was russian born and traveled extensively as a violinist, and concertmeister for ballets, etc. There were many stories of him traveling and working with famous artists and musicians. As a practical matter this drawing is offered... As is, with no paperwork, and will go to the highest your own research before bidding, as all auction results are final. No reserve, bid with confidence. April 16, 2006:
Mr. Goldberg, somewhere in the States, otherwise known as goldielox2 (how come I don't feel a sense of "gildness" here?) is in full swing selling grandpa's false paintings.
His grandfather, Joseph Goldberg, was born 1881 in Russia. He died in the U.S.A. in 1946.
goldielox2 is a disreputable fake-art-seller and well known to eBay. Buy nothing from him. He is a swindler, and all of his paintings and drawings offered at eBay are falsifications.