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Treasures That Aren't: The Most Faked Collectibles | WorthPoint

Worthologist Tom Carrier examines categories of collectibles that are most frequently faked and how you can spot the scams and them.

Fake  Art Deco Style Bronze Sculpture - Cecaro- Probably made in China

Art Deco Style Bronze Sculpture - Stylised Vulture - Signed 'Cesaro'

Fake Art Deco Style Bronze Sculpture - Cecaro- Probably made in China

New Art Nouveau-styled 8½-inch vase marked Weller. Sold for $20 from a reproduction wholesaler

Weller Mark Faked on Art Nouveau Vase

Fake art deco statue by "Milo" made in China

Fake art deco statue by "Milo" made in China

Fake ART DECO STYLE LITTLE OWL, Probably made in China

Art Deco Style Little Owl Pure Bronze Statue Figurine Figure Sculpture

How to spot a fake: Furniture

How to spot a fake: Furniture

Antique furniture is one of the most faked types of items. It could be a reproduction or you might have a partial original with newer additions. CNBC "Treasure Detectives" host Curtis Dowling goes over some tips.

Another version of the Stanley-London mark on new pieces. This style about one-eighth inch tall, all capital letters.

New Scientific Instruments with Old Dates and Marks

Faux Real: A Gallery of Forgeries | Mark Landis & Fake Art | LiveScience

Faux Real: A Gallery of Forgeries

The Reed Gallery at the University of Cincinnati is showing a collection of forgeries all by the same forger who donated them to museums for 25 years. Their goal is to educate the public about issues related to forgeries.

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