If the cultural object has arrived in the United Kingdom within the last 50 years, the documentary evidence must provide details of the provenance of the object concerned1. If the arrival was particularly recent, it may be simpler to provide copies of the commercial shipping documentation or a copy of the customs single administrative document with the licence application2. If the object has come from another European Union member state on or after 1 January 1993, either directly or indirectly via a third country, applicants requiring an EU
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