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Sandy Lynch, Curator of Anthropology for the Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, holds a piece of high-quality contemporary Zuni pottery. Zuni potters are common victims of fraudulent art, she said.

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PRESCOTT - Prescott is not immune to the lucrative counterfeit American Indian art market.Sharlot Hall Museum Anthropologist Sandy Lynch, who manages this weekend's prestigious annual Prescott Indian Art Market at the museum, has an easier time spotting the fakes than the average buyer does.

July 12, 2007