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You're not in Kansas any more! or Modern Imperial Russia Fakes

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Yea.

Funny piece.

Unfortunately the ending is pretty bad.

It was sold by american auction house for 4.8 k`s ...

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Another "variation"

Surreal :rolleyes:

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Actually medallion painting is quite impressive ...

Marks

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Rays

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Even enamel crack for authenticity :whistle:

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Hello JapanX

:speechless1: Post 73 with old sewn ribbon & this one with the worn enamel are truely created by a genius, pity he or she couldn't put their talents to a better use. This is where the copies look better than the originals. Any idea where these are being made? Thanks for making us aware.

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old sewn ribbon

Yep.

This is quite popular add-on in our days.

At least something sometimes is authentic.

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Any idea where these are being made?

Unfortunately I don`t have coordinates of "manufacturer"...

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Sometimes they don`t even try that hard :whistle:

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Marks

Waidasecond!

Where are they? :wacky:

Don`t worry chaps!

According to the auction house description "marks are unreadable" :whistle:

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Piece with "unreadble marks" was sold in US for $2,000

Buyer is one lucky devil!

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Yep.

This is quite popular add-on in our days.

At least something sometimes is authentic.

If having the choice would always :jumping: on a order with with a faded old piece of ribbon. :speechless: Now it matters not...

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Piece with "unreadble marks" was sold in US for $2,000

Buyer is one lucky devil!

Hope the Auction House has a good return policy for the buyer.

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Well, "all items are sold “as is” and there will be no returns based on condition".

I wonder if "not very original" is incorporated into "condition" :whistle:

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