There are a lot of fradulent sellers on eBay, and the magic category is no exception. I've seen cheap knockoffs peddled as the real thing, seen misleading "rare first edition" magic books that are actually second printings or later editions by a different publisher, and know people who have bought "near mint and mint" magic posters that actually had folds, tears and other defects in them. Careful with people with negative feedback... many that have multiple negatives and neutrals probably deserve more bad feedback, but bidders don't want to risk a retaliatory negative.
After reading the seller's negative feedback, noting the outrageous shipping fee, and the fact that the auction title is erroneous, what does "Authored by JK Hartman and written bt Kaufman" mean?, and also look at the really blurry picture... does that look brand new to you? I have only this to say for potential bidders on that auction: Caveat Emptor.