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Even Researchers Make Mistakes Sometimes

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I would like to thank a valued customer to point out an error in my article " Heath's Infallible Counterfiet Detector at Sight Review".

 

I had misinformation. I said that Heath's first book was published in 1825. This could not be the case because he wasn't born until 1837. I had mistakenly taken the information from another Laban Heath. See here or here.

 

Please let me know what you thought of the article or if you find any other errors (let's hope not).

 

 

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