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Old 6th January 2014, 07:38 PM   #1
Fernando K
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Hello everyone

According to some literature (an article by Stefan Steimann) located in Argentina stand out as counterfeiters Spitzer, a French antiquarian, born in Vienna, whose works are in the Wallace collection at the British Museum and the Waddesdon collection, and a locksmith named Konrad, of Dresden, whose works are in the Dresden Historical Museum and acquired by. U.S. millionaire Hearst

Anyone have knowledge, or of any known copy?

Affectionately. Fernando K
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