Buyer beware. Picture shows a Konig wheel, but the description doesn't say anything about Konig, it says Maxxim. Also, check the feedback on that seller - there's a lot of negative comments. The wheel in the picture is nice, just buy it from someone else and make sure the picture is the same as the description. A common trick on eBay is to use a "similar" item for the picture, then sell you something that isn't quite what you thought it was. The other trick is to use a "stock" photograph or one stolen from another listing and then they say "it looks just like this, my camera is broken, blah blah" - yeah, right.
In fact, look at this comment recently left for this seller:
Neutral: Fast shipping. But pictures on page need to show the actual item being purchased.
Those do look pretty nice. But it's saying that they are Maxxim wheels not Konig wheels as it shows in the picture. I wouldn't get them unless they showed me the real wheels. You could end up with something totally different.