As always, pictures are problematic, but as others have reported, there are numerous problems. I'm not expert, but that serial number is unlike anything I've seen so unless there's an explanation, that's a DQ right there. The wonky headstock is a concern. The inlays are wrong. When I find that I'm getting unusual explanations for stuff like thas, I walk away. I dn't want to buy something where someone has t give me a story about hpw something that is wrong is not wrong. A big concern for me is that if it is what it's claimed to be, the proce itself is even more wrong than the features.
Definitely fake, yes. Back and headstock shots confirm it. Multi-piece body, no headstock wings.
It's good that you requested the extra photos (and that the seller sent them). Sometimes, funky photo angles and reflections can make a real Gibson look "off". Add in a few replaced parts and it's easy to rush to judgment. However, now you know for sure.
100% fake now that I see the back. No wings, and Gibson has never used that font. In terms of being a reissue with the x xxxx format, it would be ink stamped (not embossed). This is FAR from a real gibson, stay away.
I thought fake at first glance, glad my eye for these things seems to be getting better. For me the horn shape, shade of gold and inlays have it away initially, but headstock wings confirmed it. Well done checking it out with this knowledgeable crowd first.