Photograph of Queen Victoria stolen from Clandon Park

Signed photograph of Queen Victoria
Image caption The 19th Century frame is decorated with birds and monograms

A framed and signed photograph of Queen Victoria has been stolen from a National Trust property in Surrey.

It was taken from a roped-off area of the State Dining Room of Clandon Park House, in West Clandon, sometime between 8 and 11 July.

Birds and monograms decorate the 19th Century frame, which also shows the Queen's monogram VRI under a coronet.

Anyone who may have witnessed the theft or who has any information is asked to call Surrey Police.

The value of the frame and photograph has not been revealed.

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