Latest Arkansas Auditor eBay Auction Starts Friday

Log on Friday morning at 10 o'clock to see what's for sale, or check the office's Facebook page starting Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The office of Arkansas Auditor of State Charlie Daniels is putting more items from its unclaimed property vault up for auction on eBay this week.

The list of items will be revealed when the auction opens (click here) Friday morning at 10 o'clock. The auction will be open for 7 days. 

If you can't wait until then, interested bidders are encouraged to follow the Auditor of State on Facebook (click here) for a preview of items starting Wednesday. Auction items include coin collections, stamps, and jewelry.
The auction items come from abandoned safe deposit box contents turned over to the auditor's office as unclaimed property from banks and other financial institutions across the state. All items have been abandoned for at least eight years. Photos, letters and other personal memorabilia are not included in the auction program and every effort is made to contact the original owner.
Click here to search the unclaimed property database to see if the Auditor of State has property belonging to you. 

In the last auction the auditor's office held earlier this month, the most popular item was a set of U.S. silver dollars that sold for $360.99 and had 47 bids.
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