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Original Message:   Fakes on Display at the Louvre?
I recently returned from my European adventure, where I visited Paris for a few days. Of course, I had to make a quick trip to the Louvre. On the second floor, in Gallery 37 on the second floor (I think...), there are a few glass beads displays in the Roman artifacts area.

Many of the beads are beautiful. Several are attributed to specific collections dating to the early 20th century. However -- there were also several unattributed collections of beads that certainly looked fake to me!

Did anyone else visit the Louvre recently and have a similarly surreal experience? I hate to spread rumors, but they looked pretty obviously fake to me.....

Thanks! Abe @ Beadstore.com
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