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  1. Hi i'm Anna.

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  2. I recently joined here because I thought that the participants here may be able to provide some definitive answers regarding rampant counterfeiting. I recently asked the following on the Stack Exchange site (see https://music.stackexchange.com/questions/78133/what-is-the-expected-orientation-for-gibson-guitar-headstock-stampings). Here is the summary: Recently I saw a (reverse) headstock photo of a Gibson guitar where the serial number was stamped in the traditional "horizontal" style, but the "Made in USA" was stamped "vertically". I've never seen that before, and it made me suspicious. (The tuners look unusual as well.) Can anyone verify that they've seen similar stampings on a legitimate Gibson guitar? That is, serial number and "Made in USA" stampings oriented at 90-degrees to one another. Here is another example that I just found: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Gibson-ES-175-Guitar-/222766009457 As discussed in the comments, I would like to learn whether or not this is a valid possibility. Thank you, Kirk A
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