Modern knapped points can rightfully be considered money when the individual purposely sets out to sell
the item at the same price as authentic, thousands of dollars are at stake. A good authenticator uses many
diciplines that have to prove out.
Never heard that question before Lunker, I would think the "fakes" actually might raise the overall
prices of authentics. When an individual makes a "good deal" on a wonderfull point and finds out it was made last month and near worthless, his next buy is likely to have a COA thus demand keeps prices
Look at "the most common point found in TX". . . the humble PERD. . . $950. !