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In fact even if they (auction house experts) do not study too much - they at least must discard any coin which has even a slightest smallest chance to be a fake, especially if that is rare or expensive piece (these 'rare' and 'expesive' are easy to spot, right?) - extra caution must be taken when such pieces are consigned.

 

Dear Mr Timofei,

 

I hopelessly believe the hear us. At the same time I would not hold my breath :ninja:

More to come for all of us......

 

The Oldman

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Dear Mr Timofei,

 

I hopelessly believe the hear us. At the same time I would not hold my breath :ninja:

More to come for all of us......

 

The Oldman

 

Now when the price for Russian coins is rocketing it is very tempting to manufacture and sell fakes. With such big number of Russian sales this year (and going up) the percentage of fakes being auctioned is definitely going to increase. New auction houses emerge, old-time players (like the one mentioned by Oldman) come back to Russian theme, high-quality coins are paid unbelievable prices even in small auctions - all this lead to increase of sales of fake coins.

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