I found this site and since I am a tech buff, this explains that 3D printers are being used for forgery.
Can fakes be branded?
Can fakes be differentiated and charged a premium for? Two recent examples show they bloody well can be!
1. Fakes with an accompanying personal escort flying first class
A 24 hour escort is the norm for valuable paintings when they are transferred between museums. But a set of forged paintings have been recently extended security arrangements that rival that of the originals. Why?
Because these are not just any other fakes. They are imitation paintings by the world’s most notorious forger Han van Meegren the world war II era painter and master forger – who so well replicated the styles and colours of the legendary artists that the best art critics and experts of the time regarded his paintings as genuine and sometimes exquisite. His wikipedia page says that he is considered to be one of the most ingenious art forgers of the 20th century, so much…
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