Julian Radcliffe

Chairman, Art Loss Register

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Chairman of Art Loss Register, a London-based organization that maintains the world's largest database on stolen, missing and looted art

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In Paris last week, Christie's held the most expensive auction ever for a  private collection .  Two of the prized items were 18th century bronze heads of a  rat  and a  rabbit  from…

Chinese Bidder Refuses to Pay for Looted Art

In Paris last week, Christie's held the most expensive auction ever for a private collection .  Two of the prized items were 18th century bronze heads of a rat and a rabbit from…

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