In the just ended Roma auction, there were three owls that drew my attention until I applied my four criteria. All three were described as Starr Group V owls. The three are shown below. The first of the three I ruled out right away because it fits none of my criteria. The second and third have the owl's head tilted and somewhat smaller lettering but not the three separate tail feathers ( Which I think is the main telltale - no pun intended.) And the trailing claw is the shorter variety. All of this brings me to my question to CT members who specialize in Athens owls. Is the criteria I am using valid, or am I assuming some things I should not be assuming? If my criteria are correct, why would a major auction house make such an error in its description? Any comments welcomed.