"Most magical objects are now sold carrying anti-theft devices that will prevent them from being summoned by anyone but the owner."
Miranda Goshawk, Book of Spells[src]

An anti-theft charm (incantation unknown), also known as an anti-theft device, was a charm that prevented summoning the charmed object by anyone but the object's owner. For security purposes, most magical objects sold in modern times were enchanted with such a spell.[1]

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