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ALR Newsletter Issue 20 – May 2021

Published: Wednesday 2nd June 2021

ALR Newsletter Issue 20 – May 2021   The Return of the King(s): Lions come home to Cornwall Hot off the press from the Antiques Trade Gazette… We all know that art or objects can mean far more to us than the fame of the artist or its financial value, and that is why we at the […]

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The Return of the King(s): Lions come home to Cornwall

Published: Wednesday 19th May 2021

The ALR’s latest recovery has just been announced in the Antiques Trade Gazette – and read more below! We all know that art or objects can mean far more to us than the fame of the artist or its financial value, and that is why we at the ALR strive to recover stolen items of […]

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‘Lost Art: The Art Loss Register Casebook Volume One’ to be released soon!

Published: Wednesday 12th May 2021

The world of art crime and recovering stolen art and antiquities is the focus of a new book from Anja Shortland, exploring the way that public and private initiatives interact and collaborate to address this important issue. Lost Art: The Art Loss Register Casebook Volume One is available from 21st June 2021, published by Unicorn. […]

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Rolex Daytona tracked down across the world

Published: Wednesday 12th May 2021

The ALR might be a UK based company but we all know that the art, antiques and watch trade is a very international one…   A recent case that we’ve just resolved centres on a high value prestige “Paul Newman” Rolex Oyster Cosmograph Daytona watch. The Rolex was bought by its Canadian owner in 1972 […]

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ALR Quarterly Newsletter Issue 19 – March 2021

Published: Sunday 7th March 2021

ALR Newsletter March 2019   To see this article ‘as it should be’, click here. Maiolica ‘bombola’ recovered in the UK We are very happy that this beautiful example of Maiolica has been recovered through exemplary cooperation between the trade, the police and the ALR. The bombola was registered on our database in 2016 by Thames Valley […]

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