'Animal Crossing: New Horizons' is a game developed by Animal Crossing. Players can visit Jolly Redd's fishing trawler to purchase unique art items, but Redd is unfortunately a scam. All of his artwork and sculptures, he claims, are genuine works of art from throughout the world. When he closes a contract on an art sale, he makes it clear to the buyer that no refunds or exchanges will be accepted, regardless of the issue, which shows that Redd is banking on the fact that not everyone who visits his collection is a cultured connoisseur with an eye for detail.
Redd takes advantage of those who are unable to tell the difference between a genuine work and a fake by overcharging naïve buyers, who later learn they have been misled when attempting to resell the item. Investing a few thousand dollars in a piece of art is a wise decision. Unfortunately, those phony art pieces end up being worthless in terms of money. So, once you've obtained bogus art, what can you do with it?
Throw out Jolly Redd's forged artwork.
After obtaining a forgery, the player will be unable to donate it to Blathers at the museum, and Timmy and Tommy will not be willing to purchase it. That means it'll be clogging up vital inventory space unless the player comes up with a new use for it. It seems a shame to have spent all those bells on the piece only to find out it's worthless. Perhaps gazing at it will just serve to exacerbate your feelings of betrayal, so tossing it in the garbage is one option. It will be removed from the inventory and space will be freed up by tossing it into a trash bin.
If trashing it seems wasteful, toss it into the recycle bin, where it will remain until the bin is emptied. Simply make a bin, stand in front of it, and press A to recycle a forgery from your inventory. It will vanish from the player's inventory and remain in the bin until it is emptied or the player decides to take it back out. When farming for resources on mystery islands, forgeries can also be dumped. Simply put it on the beach and it will follow you back home. Unfortunately, there is no way to recover money from discarded or recycled products, which is the disadvantage of this approach.
Showcase your forged works of art.
Some of the forgeries are actually quite pleasant to look at, and unless the fabrication is clear, who will realize that the Vermeer in the living room isn't the real thing? Of course, it's crucial to remember that many of Redd's forgeries are truly haunted, so if the painting begins to blink and the statues begin to float, it may reveal the fraud and terrify naive visitors. This, on the other hand, makes them ideal decorations for the eerie season.
Art can be displayed anywhere on a player's island, regardless of its legitimacy. Place the replica statues in local gardens and parks for everyone to enjoy. Alternatively, try opening a gallery next to Blathers' museum to provide some friendly competition. Even if the works in the gallery aren't real, they'll be entertaining for guests to gaze at when they visit the island, and they won't take up space in the player's home or inventory. And by Halloween, they'll be the talk of the town.