Stolen from Gaydon, Warwickshire UK in 2004.
Stone MILESTONE removed from the roadside about 2 miles south of Gaydon on the B4100 near Temple Herdewyke, inscribed BIRMINGHAM 30 WARWICK 10 BANBURY LONDON
Stolen from Challacombe, Devon UK in October or November 2004.
A blue enamel sign with TELEPHONE in white lettering on a wrought iron or steel red-painted cantilever bracket, on the same building since before 1928.
Stolen from South Gloucestershire, UK.
The date of theft was given as "Sometime early in 2004"
5-panelled door with carved top panel & dates from
17th Century. The hinges include one "H" hinge & one cockshead.
Stolen from Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire, England on or after 14 November 2004.
Item ONE: 4no Cotswold stone BALL finials. Item TWO: 3no complete STADDLE STONES with base and tops. Item THREE: 2no limestone TROUGHS. Item FOUR: modern BRONZE set...
Stolen from Tonbridge, Kent UK on 24 September 2004.
A vertically mounted DEMI-LUNE SUNDIAL, with semicircular dial and copper or bronze gnomon, mounted on a square white stone or marble shaft on an octagonal column with decorative capital and square...
Stolen from Chesterton, Warwickshire, England on 15 August 2004.
The GATES are 10ft wide, dark oak with ten rounded top spindles on each gate. The gates curve along the top. The iron hinges reach from the first spindle to the...
Carved figure of a seated female holding a large bird to her lap , was stolen from a grave headstone in Burgh Suffolk overnight 30/31 July 2004.
This carving is well weathered and was completed by the son (now deceased...
Stolen from Moreton In Marsh, Gloucestershire, England on 20 June 2004.
ITEM ONE: A lion head MASK carved from Vicenza stone, approx 17ins high and drilled for a fountain spout. Just beginning to colour down and lichen up. ITEM TWO:...
Stolen from London, UK on 2 June 2004
White 1830s. marble fireplace surrounds with "bulls eye" endblocks, two vertical lines to the uprights.
First fireplace: 46" high, 57" wide.
Second fireplace: 45.5" high, 57" wide.
Stolen from Ealing, London West UK on 20 May 2004.
A unique SILVER ALTAR CROSS, 22ins high, made from hallmarked silver probably 1933 or 34, marked with the emblem of St Thomas - a builders square and three spears on...
Stolen from Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, UK on 24 May 2004.
A bronze SUNDIAL on a stone PEDESTAL, probably limestone, older than 1901, approx 50ins high to the dial plate with the gnomon a further 10ins higher, the octagonol bronze...