Police say the Samurai sword taken amid a string of burglaries in the Gosport area came from this collection.
Officers are appealing for information following eight burglaries between Wednesday and Saturday last week.
A computer monitor and a Samsung notebook computer were taken in the first raid last Wednesday afternoon, from a home in The Crossways.
At around 3am the next morning, a brick was thrown through a window of a house in Ferrol Road and the samurai sword stolen.
Six other incidents were then recorded in the following 72 hours with handbags, laptops, cameras and jewellery taken.
Police said they were "keeping an open mind as to whether these offences are linked" and warned people to make sure their homes were secured.
Anyone with information is asked to call PC Gee in Fareham on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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