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The House of Forgery in Eighteenth-Century Britain by Paul Baines (1999, Ha...This book offers a balanced interdisciplinary account of literary and criminal forgery as they were practised, constructed and theorised in the eighteenth century as a corollary of the new documents of the financial revolution: banknotes, bills of...
Cross-Check System for Forgery and Questioned Document Examination by Antoi...To find more information about Rowman and Littlefield titles, please visit www.rowmanlittlefield.com.
Book: Violin Fraud : Deception, Forgery, and Law Suits in England and America by ... Instruments of the violin family are well known to be exceptionally valuable if they are the work of an Italian master such as Stradivari or Guarneri. Unfortunately, in common with many other antique articles of value, the forger, the defrauder, and...
The Forger's Art : Forgery and the Philosophy of Art (1985, Paperback)
Forgery and Fictitious Checks by Julius L. Sternitzky (1955, Hardcover)
The Mormon Murders : A True Story of Greed, Forgery, Deceit, and Death by S...
The Piltdown Papers, 1908-1955 : The Correspondence and Other Documents Rel...In one of the most spectacular cases of scientific fraud ever, ancient human skull fragments found in 1912 near the English town of Piltdown were proven a deliberate hoax 40 years later. However the identity of the perpetrator has remained a mystery....
Violin Fraud : Deception, Forgery, Theft, and the Law by Brian W. Harvey (1...Instruments of the violin family are well known to be exceptionally valuable if they are the work of an Italian master such as Stradivari or Guarneri. Unfortunately, in common with many other antique articles of value, the forger, the defrauder, and...
Fraud! : Investigations in Art Forgery Detection by Russell G. Wright (2000...
Authenticity in Art : The Scientific Detection of Forgery by S. J. Fleming ...
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