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SEEKING MONA LISA
Eduardo de Valfierno, who had a skilled art forger knock off six copies.
Leonardo da Vinci
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notorious con man, Eduardo de Valfierno, who was sent by an art faker who intended to make copies and sell them as if they were the original painting.
THE FOLLOWING IS A TENTATIVE LIST OF NEW FICTION
Carson Morton, STEALING MONA LISA, (304 pgs) 8/2.
Chilenos se levantan frente a Piñera
estafador argentino Eduardo de Valfierno, no se delat£ hasta contactar con Galleria degli Uffizi, de Florencia, para venderlo.

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Fiction review: Mysteries
The mastermind behind the theft is Eduardo de Valfierno, who cons rich men into thinking they have purchased masterpieces for which Valfierno has substituted copies. But the art connoisseurs are really buying copies.
Critically acclaimed author visits Sundial
Set against the colorful scene of early 20th century Paris, the hot streets of Buenos Aires and the shores of the Long Island Sound, "Stealing Mona Lisa" introduces us to a vibrant group of con artists led by master conman Eduardo de Valfierno.
100 years ago, 'Mona Lisa' disappeared
"The Missing Piece: The Truth Behind The Man Who Stole the Mona Lisa" Uncovers
New York, NY-- August 15, 2011-- Journalist Karl Decker claimed that in January 1914, a man named the Marques Eduardo de Valfierno told him how he had masterminded the theft of the Mona Lisa.
Eduardo de Valfierno: el argentino que vendió 6 veces la "Mona Lisa"
Ya nadie recuerda a Eduardo de Valfierno. Quizás porque murió allá por 1931 de manera tan clandestina como anduvo por la vida. O acaso porque el tiempo destiñó toda certeza sobre su historia.

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Eduardo de Valfierno - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eduardo de Valfierno, who posed as a Marqués (marquis), was an Argentine con man who allegedly masterminded the theft of the Mona Lisa.
Art's Great Whodunit: The Theft of the Mona Lisa in 1911 - TIME
The World's Greatest Art Heists - Forbes.com
Sensational art heists from Mona Lisa to Munch's The Scream
Allegedly, an Argentinean con artist named Eduardo de Valfierno convinced According to Wikipedia.
Eduardo de Valfierno | Facebook
Eduardo de Valfierno, who posed as a Marqués (marquis), was an Argentine con man who allegedly masterminded the theft of the Mona Lisa.

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