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As I said on the previous page although all these are clearly fakes is worth having the photos available here for new collectors.
I do not intend explaining here why it is clear that these are fakes as I do no want to give the manufacturers unintentional advice as to how to make them even better.
Some have turned up elsewhere. Always sold as genuine.
From same factory?
A variety of shades of green
The one in the middle above has turned up and actually new photos do look somewhat convincing.
So I think we must accept that one as genuine.
See comparative pics below.
A variety of surface types
Another of this type with the same odd surface
From the same factory?
Another variant also produced as a fake.
One of these sold honestly as a fake.
These sold by another seller as reproductions
And just plain odd!
See what is wrong here with one below?
Ask me if you don't spot the error
Either an error or copied from an exceptionally rare amulet.
The fake seatedscribe amulet can be found here and there from time to time.
And indeed sold honestly as a reproduction/fake as well.
Worth taking a closer look at the one in the middle.
You can see more about this fake ushabti type here
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