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Auditor plans unclaimed-property auction

By The Associated Press

This article was published March 27, 2014 at 7:11 a.m.

LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Auditor of State Charlie Daniels is planning an eBay auction of unclaimed property.

The auction, scheduled for Friday, will be open for seven days, and bidding is open to any registered user of eBay — except for the state auditor, his employees and their immediate families.

Interested bidders may visit the official's eBay page to view items listed in the auction. Interested bidders are encouraged to follow the Auditor of State on Facebook for a preview of items that will be offered for sale. Auction items include coins, pocket watches, jewelry and foreign and U.S. currency.

Auction items are the contents of abandoned safe-deposit boxes reported as unclaimed property by various banks and financial institutions across the state. The items have been abandoned at least eight years.

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