BAD 1915 $10 gold in a fake slab. Here are close-ups of the bad coin. These were supplied by the seller. Note that they are dark for a reason. Counterfeiters get the serial numbers from real slabs by looking them up on sites like Heritage. Here is the the real coin. The photo is from the Heritage site. Here is a bogus 1903 $20 gold. Note that the fake logo on the back of the slab has bled over to the front. The "3" in the date does not match the other digits in the date which is a dead give away as to what this thing is. Here is a genuine 1903 double eagle (right) beside the fake (left). Neither of these things are really good counterfeits, but the fact that they are in slabs makes it easier to put one over on people who depend on slabs to prevent them from buying counterfeits.