Last year I bought a Mahatma Gandhi Think Different poster (24 by 36) from eBay. The seller claimed to have attained it when he was working for Apple back during the campaign. The price was around 50 dollars if I remember correctly, and I thought this to be a good deal for an authentic. I'm not sure if they had any other poster auctions running at the time. The poster arrived and I was happy with its fairly good quality. However I recently read this thread, and I was worried after reading "I have an Edison and a Richard Feynman that I know are 100% originals and they do not have a copyright line on them. Neither does my Picasso, my Joan Baez, my Ghandi, or my Hitchcock. Only the ones I have gotten from Germany on eBay have the copyright line on them....the Buzz Aldrins, and a set of 6 of the 22x28" posters all have the copyright line on them." (- WardC) I have attached a picture of the copyright line that does appear on my poster. Should I assume I bought a fake? Thanks.