Gardaí in Tipperary and Kilkenny held two open days in Nenagh on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Victims of crime were invited to come and search for their stolen property, which was recovered by An Garda Síochána.
The items on view included a large amount of agricultural and industrial equipment, including loaders, chainsaws, strimmers and power tools.
The equipment is believed to have been stolen during burglaries in Ireland and the UK.
The property on display was recovered by gardaí, but was not, to date, identified or claimed by owners and remained in garda custody until this time.
Crime prevention officers were also present on the day to help farmers and members of the public.
A bucket loader and silage grab were among the farming implements on display.
Hedge trimmers of all shapes and sizes featured in the selection of gardening equipment.
There were dozens of strimmers on display.
A selection of cordless drills from the Nenagh property recovery day.
Industrial generators and powerwashers were lined up for members of the public to view.
Chainsaws and strimmers as far as the eye can see.
Toolboxes, socket sets and spanner sets were among the recovered property.
Miscellaneous tools have been in storage with the gardaí, waiting for their owners to claim them.
Chainsaws are among the most common items stolen.