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Gregor Kleinknecht comments on the diamond-encrusted tiara made for King Edward VII’s coronation stolen at a country estate in the Daily Mail

  • November 26, 2018
  • By Gregor Kleinknecht, Partner

Stolen in daring heist at country estate, diamond encrusted tiara made for Edward VII’s coronation

A diamond-encrusted tiara commissioned for King Edward VII’s coronation and said to be ‘worth millions’ has been stolen in a heist at a country estate.

Partner Gregor Kleinknecht, from Hunters Solicitors in London, said owners can apply for items such as tiaras to be made conditionally exempt from inheritance tax normally payable on them, as long as the item is displayed.

Read the full article in the Daily Mail here, on page 31 in the 24 November 2018 Issue.

 

 

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