The more popular the Louis Vuitton bag, the more likely you are going to come across a lot of counterfeits in the marketplace. Such is the case for the Louis Vuitton Neverfull. Despite being around since 1998 this bag has grown wildly popular in the past 5 years and for good reason. It’s classically styled and has so many practical uses that you will never want to get rid of your bag. I personally would be wary of any used Neverfull because no savvy buyer would ever part with this bag. I would give up my Speedies before I would part with my Neverfull. So since the Neverfull has drastically increased in popularity, and it’s such a simple design, the market has been flooded with dozens of knock-offs making it incredibly difficult for an untrained buyer to determine if any pre-owned Neverfull being sold online is actually authentic. Let’s look at the step-by-step guide to follow when authenticating a Louis Vuitton Neverfull.
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Authenticating Louis Vuitton is a valuable skill to have and one I have been fortunate enough to become, dare I say an expert at. Before I had kids studying Louis Vuitton was a hobby of mine. I had several handbags that I purchased at the store and one Saturday afternoon I was on eBay and came across a vintage trunk that was in my price range. The economy wasn’t great and luxury goods were moving so I was able to win this trunk for under $1,000! I became enthralled by the history of this 100-year-old trunk and set out to find as much as I could about it. Not only did I find out that I was the proud owner of Emily Vanderbilt’s trunk I also instantly became a passionate collector.