1. I was given a U2 lithograph that was purchased from the U2 website two years ago as a birthday present. I finally got around to getting it framed and noticed that the number on the certificate of authenticity is different then what's written on the actual lithograph.

    Any idea of how to get this fixed?
  2. Hmmm. Man. Not sure about that. The only thing I can think is somebody else out there has a similar predicament that matches yours... Aside from either finding them somehow, the only thing I could suggest is writing Live Nation and asking them about it, or maybe asking whoever gave you the gift...

    That's a head scratcher...
  3. Originally posted by blueeyedboy:Hmmm. Man. Not sure about that. The only thing I can think is somebody else out there has a similar predicament that matches yours... Aside from either finding them somehow, the only thing I could suggest is writing Live Nation and asking them about it, or maybe asking whoever gave you the gift...

    That's a head scratcher...
    Yeah I guess I could contact LiveNation. It really doesn't matter too much to me, but for what these things cost, they should be correct.
  4. Originally posted by phil_lebo:[..]
    Yeah I guess I could contact LiveNation. It really doesn't matter too much to me, but for what these things cost, they should be correct.
    I agree. That almost sounds like they packaged them wrong. I haven't even looked at mine that closely, but now I'm gonna!

    Good luck with Live Nation!
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