Dont want to sound like a party pooper, but have asked before, what mark are you going to put on it to identify it as a reproduction? Whilst you might have good intentions, many dont, and with them being so accurate, it would not take much to turn your (lets say) £150.00 mic into a £1500.00 mic.
Mine is original although missing the chamois when I got it. So it has a new chamois, albeit a bit dirty now, but nevertheless its an original. Would hate to see yours going as originals a couple of years down the line, especially if its some of my friends here shelling out for what they think is an original.
Its something that I think needs addressing as they are clearly as good as the real thing.