- Sep 28, 2014
- Primary Interest:
Ha! I’m about a year late, but I just did the same thing. Saw a pic of the crown and knew I’d find its real source with a quick google image search. Took less than a minute. How’d it take almost 9 years since the original post?! My question is, was Ova and Co trying to pass it off as an actual photo of the find, or did she find that photo and use it to say the tiara found was similar to the one in the photo? Big difference. Outright deception versus helpful description.
Edit to add: continued reading this thread, this has been addressed. 5 years ago lol. My bad.
Outright deception IMO. It's a well-known Noss family tradition.