The stolen weapons are described as:
Police have released CCTV which shows a vehicle in the run up to the burglary parked on the street where the offence took place. This vehicle has been identified as a Vauxhall Miverna which appears to be silver in colour.
Detective Inspector Paul Ridley from North Area CID is investigating the burglary. He said: “It has now been a year since the burglary and only one of the firearms has so far been recovered. Sadly this has been severely rusted due to being exposed to the elements outdoors and its integrity destroyed.
“We have released images of a vehicle that was parked near to the scene of the crime and appears to be carrying out reconnaissance in the area. In scenes reminiscent of a James Bond movie you can even see the flash of a camera from the occupant engaged in the surveillance. I believe these individuals were involved in the crime, it was only a matter of minutes prior to the raid.
“The owner of these unique items is still completely devastated, particularly in terms of the sentimental value; they were due to be showcased on display as part of a national exhibition. He is determined to see the return of the items.
“I have provided photographs of the stolen firearms and provided the unique serial numbers. Many of these items are very unique. For example, the Magnum is the only one in the world ever made where the whole gun is finished in chrome. It has a six and a half-inch barrel and wood grips. The Walther PPK was the last gun used by Roger Moore in View to a Kill in a famous scene with Grace Jones who descends the Eiffel Tower on a parachute.
“I would urge any members of the public that may have witnessed the burglars arriving and leaving, know where the firearms are now or may have been offered these stolen items for sale to come forward to my investigation team as a priority.”