Monday, 6 March 2017

From the Donkey's Own Mouth

US orange-handed loot
buyers have their say
Over on a dealers' lobbyist's blog in Trumplandia, is an ever-so-revealing comment: 
Michael Davis said...
In light of the current administration's expressed interest in cutting aid to foreign governments, I hope they will recognize MOUs as effectively shifting the enforcement cost of source countries' internal laws onto the backs of U.S. taxpayers and small businesses.
So who should pay to keep smuggled coins off the US market? What 'costs' does not buying smuggled and undocumented artefacts involve for dealers? That the potentially dodgy stuff is cheaper?

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