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In this photo provided by Paris-based Binoche Et Giquello auction house gallery on Wednesday March 23, 2011 is seen a Mayan-style statue. The Mexican government on Wednesday said a Mayan-style statue that brought a record $4 million (2.9 million euros) at auction this week is a fake. Auctioneers vow it is genuine and claim Mexico wants to quash legal sales of pre-Hispanic artifacts. (AP Photo/Binoche Et Giquello) NO SALES

In this photo provided by Paris-based Binoche Et Giquello auction house gallery on Wednesday March 23, 2011 is seen a Mayan-style statue. The Mexican government on Wednesday said a Mayan-style statue that brought a record $4 million (2.9 million euros) at auction this week is a fake. Auctioneers vow it is genuine and claim Mexico wants to quash legal sales of pre-Hispanic artifacts. (AP Photo/Binoche Et Giquello) NO SALES

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