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Acknowledgements
iii

Preface
Abstract1
Introduction3

Chapter One: Participants of the Antiquities Market
Finder / Thief / Metal Detector7
The Dealer11
The Collector15
The Auction House17

Chapter Two: The Market For Antiquities
The Market For Antiquities19
Sampling The Current Market21
A Question Of Provenance23
Examining the Flow of the Market26

Chapter Three: Assessing The Law
European Law30
British Law and Controls40

Chapter Four: Organisations and Tactics
UK and International Organisations44

Chapter Five: Conclusion
56

Bibliography
59

Appendix I: The Law
UNESCO 197067
Unidroit 199575
Code Of Due Diligence For Dealers85

Appendix II: Object ID Checklist
86

Appendix III: Communications
Questionnaire87
E-Mails88

Footnotes


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(C) 1999 Andrew Cranwell. Last Revised 31 / 05 / 1999