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Old Father Thames stolen in Cordoba

05 October 2009Written by ATG Reporter

PICTURED here is an artist’s impression of one of a cache of easily identifiable antiques stolen from the Spanish home of two retired British antiques dealers.

The 18th century 2ft (60cm) high limestone carving of Old Father Thames, sculpted by Lady Margaret Damer for Henley Bridge, was taken from the house in Cordoba on Saturday, July 25.

A candle box incorporating a 14th century Nasrid carved panel and a Spanish 17th century red marble fountainhead were also among the stolen items.

Any information should be directed to Guardia Civil, Puesto de Aguilar-de-la-Frontera, Cordoba 14920, Spain.

Tel: 0034 95766 0013.

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