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Burglary Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 8 pictures in our Burglary collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Parable of the Good Shepherd, 1565. Creator: Philip Galle
The Parable of the Good Shepherd, 1565. Creator: Philip Galle
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Second Scene of Thieves, ca. 1805. Creator: Gror
Second Scene of Thieves, ca. 1805. Creator: Gror
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First Scene of Thieves, ca. 1805. Creator: Gror
First Scene of Thieves, ca. 1805. Creator: Gror
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The Man who Pretends to be Asleep While the Thief Enters his House... 18th century
The Man who Pretends to be Asleep While the Thief Enters his House... 18th century
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The Thieves on the Roof Awaken the Merchant, Folio from a Kalila wa Dimna
The Thieves on the Roof Awaken the Merchant, Folio from a Kalila wa Dimna
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Keep Him Covered Mary, I'll Call the Police'.Artist: American Stereoscopic Company
Keep Him Covered Mary, I'll Call the Police'.Artist: American Stereoscopic Company
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Audacious burglars, 1901
Audacious burglars, 1901
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The First Interview in 1786 between Deacon Brodie and George Smith, 1788. Artist: John Kay
The First Interview in 1786 between Deacon Brodie and George Smith, 1788. Artist: John Kay
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The First Interview in 1786 between Deacon Brodie and George Smith, 1788. Artist: John Kay Featured Image

The First Interview in 1786 between Deacon Brodie and George Smith, 1788. Artist: John Kay

The First Interview in 1786 between Deacon Brodie and George Smith, 1788. William Brodie (d1788), a respectable Edinburgh cabinet maker and deacon councillor of the city, became leader of a gang of burglars which included George Smith. In 1788 the gang broke into the Excise Office in Canongate. They were caught and one of the gang turned King's evidence to escape execution, but Brodie was hanged. The story became the subject of the play Deacon Brodie by Robert Louis Stevenson, 1880. From Original Portraits, with Biographical Sketches by John Kay. (Edinburgh, c1810)

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