Forgeries

Some articles on forgeries:

Counterfeit Watch - History
... Other, less obvious, forgeries carried imaginary names with a vaguely English sound, such as 'Samson' or 'Simpton' ... forgers at the same time British makers continued to suffer, many forgeries bearing the name 'M ... of Waltham watches these, unlike most of the earlier forgeries, often imitated the appearance of the genuine article quite closely as well as borrowing the names ...
Shaun Greenhalgh - Monies Involved
... as institutions, and are probably less willing to advertise their losses once the forgeries were detected ... The impact of their remaining forgeries on the market, however many there might be, cannot now be considered of immediate pertinence to the Greenhalghs ... These items' worth may fall when they are exposed as forgeries, yet they may gain some cachet from their notoriety ...
Constantine Simonides - Life
... He sold some of these forgeries to the King of Greece ... Greek scholars exposed his forgeries quickly and he left Greece and traveled from country to country with his forgeries ... These productions were later exposed as forgeries ...
Criticism Of E Bay - Fraud - Forgeries
... It is estimated that about a quarter of all ancient coins and about two-thirds of all antiquities sold on eBay are modern forgeries ... In March 2008, Professional Coin Grading Service issued an alert noting counterfeit PCGS slabs and various United States and Chinese coins originating from People's Republic of China being sold on eBay ...