The Antiques Trade Gazette has run the story of 1079edmund's enamel-faking activities (see my March 23 & 25 postings below): http://www.antiquestradegazette.com/news/7498.aspx.
Thanks also to Peter Searle for preserving the original eBay listing on his Sunderland Site.
Though I doubt they'll respond, it would be interesting to hear eBay's reaction to the story.
Stephen Smith lives in London, and is always happy to hear from other collectors. If you have an interesting collection of plaques, and are based in the UK, he will photograph them for you. Free advice given regarding selling and dispersal of a collection, or to those wishing to start one. Just get in touch...
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