[Ancientartifacts] Re: Is this authentic?

You asked if Lee Rong is still around. Yes and no. He is not currently selling antiquities, as it is technically illegal to ship any out of China. He is doing graduate work and working as an archaeologist over in Xi'an, probably most famous for its terracotta warriors. He has visited me several times and taken me around our very large antiquities market in Zhengzhou, pointing out the real from the fake, and introducing me to some dealers who will sell me genuine antiquities. Several of us are in semi-regular email contact with him, and I have his cell phone number.
Gary Todd
Professor of History
Sias International College of Zhengzhou University
Xinzheng, Henan, China

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