here is mine ! I got it for free 3 years ago when I was in Bangui. A seller tried to sale me this antimachus "female" (papered !!), he was very clever as he came at night when the light were off (light is cut most the time there). He probably thought I will not see the fake with a torch light. He didn't deny and offered it for free with a small lot of Charaxes and Papilionidae females (very cheap !) and after I declined his offer of diamonds (there are many there). I set it and I keep it in collection as a "souvenir".
What is strange, it is assymetric (it is not a photo effect) ... may be he has cut a gynandro ?
in the case of my specimen, I always thought that he cut an aberrant specimen (may be a gynandro) (see the cell length and (intact) FW shape to appreciate it) He should have got more money with the original !
completely crazy and stupid .. like it is often the case in Africa
s'il n'y pas de solution c'est qu'il n'y a pas de problème ! akuna matata ....
The female pictured in Butterflies of the World part 42, The ABRI Collections I Papilionidae, also does not have white discal spots on the underside of the forewing, and the underside of the bilateral gynandromorph on the same plate differs similarly between the two sides.
Guess what ... the eBay "female" does have these discal white spots, therefore it MUST be a fake.