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Picture (if available) Description Disposition
Marine Engine Model of Marine Steam Engine, made by hand by Tom Beavan, bearing maker's mark "B" Fenced at Durrants Auction Rooms in Beccles by the thief: Mr. Brian J. Allan of 35 Sussex Road, Lowestoft. The price obtained was 540.
Accordian Girl Oil Painting "The Accordian Girl" by Hubert von Herkomer. Stolen by Mrs. Helen Hermione Pike of 589 Kingsway, Manchester. Fenced initially at Bonhams in Bury St. Edmunds on 23 September 2004 as Lot 413 for 505, later resold at Christies in London on 26 September 2007 as Lot 199 for 2500.
No Image A collection of Corgi/Dinky die-cast model toys. Fenced at Durrants Auction Rooms in Beccles by the thief: Mr. Brian J. Allan of 35 Sussex Road, Lowestoft. The price obtained was 1800.
No Image An Oil Painting by John Constable, depicting a rural scene. Fenced at Durrants Auction Rooms in Beccles by the thief: Mr. Brian J. Allan of 35 Sussex Road, Lowestoft. The price obtained was 500.
No Image An Antique cased Thornton Pickard Plate Camera accompanied by a collection of plates, some unused and in the original manufacturer's packaging. Fenced at Durrants Auction Rooms in Beccles by the thief: Mr. Brian J. Allan of 35 Sussex Road, Lowestoft. The price obtained was 90.
Rembrandt Self Portrait An Oil Painting by Rembrandt, believed to be a self portarait. Oil on wooden board. Fenced at Bonhams in Bury St. Edmunds by the thief: Mrs. Helen Hermione Pike of 589 Kingsway, Manchester.
Settle from Hallway An Oak Settle, believed to contain numerous other items from my home. Taken into storage by Haileys Removals and Storage of Lowestoft. Richard and Simon Hailey said that their company had been around for over 100 years, and would continue to be around for another 100 years. Based on their assurances of stability and safety of items stored with their company they were paid 2 years rent in advance to store this item. The following week they went out of business and abandoned all their customer's property to the elements with callous disregard. Clearly they intented to do this at the time they took the 2 years rent.
Lamp Shade An embroidered Lamp Shade made by my mother. Stolen by Mrs. Helen Hermione Pike of 589 Kingsway, Manchester, and Mr. Brian J. Allan of 35 Sussex Road, Lowestoft. Fenced at Durrants Auction Rooms in Beccles.
Tree Branch Lamp 1 A Lamp made from a unique natural tree branch. The power cord is threaded through the inside of the branch. Stolen by Mrs. Helen Hermione Pike of 589 Kingsway, Manchester, and Mr. Brian J. Allan of 35 Sussex Road, Lowestoft. Fenced at Durrants Auction Rooms in Beccles.
Tree Branch Lamp 2 A Lamp made from a unique natural tree branch. The power cord is threaded through the inside of the branch. Stolen by Mrs. Helen Hermione Pike of 589 Kingsway, Manchester, and Mr. Brian J. Allan of 35 Sussex Road, Lowestoft. Fenced at Durrants Auction Rooms in Beccles.

Stolen Property

This page lists some of the items stolen from my home. The total amount stolen is of course much greater than these few examples:


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