This research is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and published with the support of the Carleton University Curie Fund. A version of this article was first presented by Graham at the Transatlantic Cultural Property Crime Symposium at Queen Mary University of London, in 2018. The authors are grateful to the participants in the symposium, to Josh Wells, and to the anonymous peer reviewers, whose perceptive insights helped make this work better than it would have been otherwise. Author order was determined by dice roll.


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