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32 page publication, it contains a comprehensive and detailed expose
of contemporary amber counterfeiting as well as details about how it
was done in the past.
It is well illustrated and gives the reader an in-depth knowledge of
the processes used to create amber imitations that are flooding the
It also reviews the 20th Century processes used to create cheap trade
goods for the African market and how the Communist government was
involved in making amber imitations that are many times still kept as
precious and valuable family heirlooms. These goods find their way to
antique shops, specialty shops, and estate sales where they command ,
and are sold for, high prices even though they are low value imitations.
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