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Re: Mary, Queen of Scots execution rosary beads stolen
I think I'm also leaning to the idea of certain security which puts the fakes out and the real jewels be kept in vault under lock and key. No wonder the Queen, and that is QE11 hardly does any continuous show casing of her own jewels, and when she does it's always some kind of occasion she is acknowledging or when she wears them on matters of state.
Not jewels but quite interesting nonetheless and I do fear that this latest theft will have an impact on the display of jewels going forward. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-57224777
The suggestion is that these where stolen to order!!!!! They clearly can never be sold officially so will end up on the black market.
A very sad story. After this, the Portland theft and what happened in Dresden, I increasingly fear that many items will be removed from public showing altogether.