- n. Plural form of forgery.
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“Again, putting aside the modern Chinese coin forgeries, which indeed do exist although the extent, type and quality is a different matter, the fact remains that the basic premise of your “source” is just simply wrong.”
“Note, that the Chinese do not make their forgeries from the same caret of gold or silver as the originals.”
“One of the characteristics of forgeries is that they are much easier to detect 50 years on.”
““Whatever happened to those niger forgeries is a better question?””
“In 1971, art history doctoral candidate and now director of the Department of Painting and Sculpture at the New York's Museum of Modern Art, Kirk Varnedoe, organized a show of authentic and counterfeit drawings by French sculptor Auguste Rodin called "Rodin Drawings, True and False" at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. The show highlighted 132 actual drawings by the artist and 28 intentional forgeries from the collections of a number of museums.”
“NATO sources told United Press International Monday that Fitzgerald’s team of investigators has sought and obtained documentation on the forgeries from the Italian government.”
“On Wolf Blitzer today, they devoted a full segment to the question of whether the forgeries were a crime.”
“That it should have more quickly identified as forgeries documents suggesting Iraq was trying to buy raw uranium in Niger.”
“In the Bank you are shown many interesting things, and one of the chief of these is a book where are kept all the imitation bank-notes, called forgeries, that men have made and tried to persuade people were real ones.”
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