(a) A person commits a criminal offense if the person is a manufacturer or dealer
of gold or silver articles of merchandise and the person sells or possesses articles
of merchandise which violates section 482D-3, 482D-4, or 482D-5. If the aggregate value of the articles which violate section 482D-3, 482D-4, or 482D-5 is $300 or less, the offense shall be a misdemeanor. If the aggregate value of the articles which violate section 482D-3, 482D-4, or 482D-5 exceeds $300, the offense shall be a class C felony.
(b) Each and every person, being a manufacturer of or a wholesale or retail dealer
in gold or silver jewelry or articles, who shall knowingly violate section 482D-3, 482D-4, or 482D-5, shall be deemed guilty of a class C felony.
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