Police in the Midlands have seized stolen commemorative gifts marking the Queen's 80th birthday.
The six-inch high commemorative gold and glass carriage clocks, which feature pictures of the Queen, were being offered for sale on an internet auction site.
The items were being offered for £300, but were were set to retail at £600.
Police uncovered the clocks as part of the Operation Strikeout initiative, a hard-hitting campaign against violent crime and robbery which began two weeks ago.
The items are believed to have been stolen from their Midland manufacturer.
Officers have also found needle cases specially made for the Royal Household as gifts for dignitaries and pot-pourri bowls made for the Queen of Jordan.
Police have arrested a 38- year- old man from Coseley and a 32 year-oldman from Tipton for handling stolen property.
The goods are believed to have been stolen from Bilston and Battersea Enamels in Bilston.
Supt Mick Treble said: "The sale of stolen goods in the West Midlands is a priority for us and we will investigate items that are unusual or are offered for sale at prices that seem just too good to be true."