I imagine there are other threads which address this issue, but I don't see any. We all know that when an item reaches a certain level of value, counterfeiters decide that it is worthy of their attention. I have seen a few attempts at bezel inserts recently that look nice but are not exact reproductions of the DON Speedmasters bezel, which recently reached a new high-water mark at 4K usd. It's not now a matter of if very good fakes will be made, it's a matter of when, and unlike watches, there are few details to examine in order to find fakes among the legitimate vintage items. The originals could be imaged and near exact copies produced to mimic the font style and exact layout. Once these fakes begin to emerge, the DON market is going to be a real mess. There may already be quality fakes circulating. We all know some are clever enough to inflict a certain amount of damage in order to make items appear vintage. The process would be easy enough for a child once fakes are produced. I guess I'm just trying to get ahead of what is almost certainly a future problem. Thoughts?