This is a rare opportunity for investors
to buy valuable unclaimed property from the State of Pennsylvania at
low online auction prices!
The State of Pennsylvania
periodically sells unclaimed items found in safe deposit
boxes like fine jewelry, loose diamonds, gold bullion
and collectible coins and paper currency in live public
auctions. Listing below includes currently
unclaimed property and estate
The State of Pennsylvania lists unclaimed property for
auction online at regular intervals. If you don't find Pennsylvania unclaimed
property items listed above, please check out unclaimed property
auctions from other states listed below.
Pennsylvania Unclaimed Property
The most common types of
unclaimed property held by the Pennsylvania
Treasury Department are savings or checking
accounts, stocks, dividends, checks that have
not been cashed, certificates of deposit,
unclaimed insurance benefits, expired gift
certificates, and items abandoned in safe
deposit boxes and held in police department
stolen-property files. By law, at the end of the
five-year period, holders must transfer
abandoned property to the Treasury Department.
To see if you or someone you know
may have money or property being held by the
State of Pennsylvania you can visit the
Pennsylvania unclaimed property
Looking for Lost, Stolen or
Destroyed US Savings Bonds?
Claim Forms for Lost, Stolen, or
Destroyed United States Savings Bonds are
available. Download Form 1048 and instructions
It isn't just valuables like jewelry, rare coins and
collectibles that can be unclaimed.
Sometimes it is money!
Unclaimed money can come from savings or checking accounts,
stocks, un-cashed dividends or payroll checks, refunds,
traveler's checks, trust distributions, unredeemed money
orders or gift certificates (in some states), insurance
payments or refunds and life insurance policies, annuities,
certificates of deposit, customer overpayments, utility
security deposits, mineral royalty payments, and contents of
safe deposit boxes. State governments attempt to
locate the rightful owners. If this fails, fails the money
may go to the state coffers.
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