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    Default WANTED! a louis vuitton damier guide to fakes.

    ive seen sooo many guides on the lv monogram, but what about damier??????

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    Default Re: WANTED! a louis vuitton damier guide to fakes.

    hmm, not off the top of my head. Did you browse the ebay seller guides? they usually have some pretty good tips

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    Default Re: WANTED! a louis vuitton damier guide to fakes.

    What do you want to know? A lot of fakes will have the wrong number of blank squares between the squares with Louis Vuitton in them. Other rules are the same though... like alignment, shape, stitching, etc.

    Anyway, Louis Vuitton is printed in every 10th square going across and vertically... meaning there are 9 blank squares between each square that's written in. The squares alternate between light and dark, but the squares with Louis Vuitton are always in the same rows/columns.
    The original Damier has a red lining that can be either textile or microfiber... Azur has a light camel-ish (I shouldn't say camel, its lighter than camel) lining.
    Last edited by boysRsmelly; September 13th, 2007 at 07:40 PM.

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    Default Re: WANTED! a louis vuitton damier guide to fakes.

    Quote Originally Posted by boysRsmelly View Post
    Anyway, Louis Vuitton is printed in every 10th square going across and vertically... meaning there are 9 blank squares between each square that's written in. The squares alternate between light and dark, but the squares with Louis Vuitton are always in the same rows/columns.
    The original Damier has a red lining that can be either textile or microfiber... Azur has a light camel-ish (I shouldn't say camel, its lighter than camel) lining.
    Oooh - good info - Damier always stumps me - just to look at it in a picture I have no clue :)

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