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    Case No. RMW-003

    Colorado Unclaimed Property Division

    (Episode: Denver Hour 2)


    • Beaded pouch, Blackfoot (front)
      1950s Diamond Convertible Necklace and Earrings Set
      $2,000 to $3,000 estimated auction value

      Unclaimed property from Colorado

    • Beaded pouch, Blackfoot (back)
      Peridot, Amethyst and Garnet Yellow-Gold Necklace, ca. 1865
      $3,000 to $4,000 estimated auction value

      Unclaimed property from Pine, Colorado

    • Pipe stem, Chippewa (Ojibwe)
      Fancy-Intense Yellow Diamond Ring
      $15,000 to $20,000 estimated auction value if irradiated stone
      $75,000 to $85,000 estimated auction value if natural stone

      Unclaimed property from Denver, Colorado

    Owners Contact the Great Colorado Payback for more information
    Location Colorado
    Missing Thousands of assets including jewelry featured on ANTIQUES ROADSHOW
    Status The Great Colorado Payback’s endeavor to reunite lost assets with their rightful owners is ongoing
    Case Summary Businesses and individuals regularly lose track of property and banking accounts. The Colorado State Treasurer keeps track of over 500,000 names of businesses and individuals in hopes of reuniting these assets with their owners or heirs. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW chose several examples of jewelry held by the Colorado State Treasury's Unclaimed Property Division. The jewelry comes from abandoned safe deposit boxes from several cities around Colorado.
    Resources Online: The Great Colorado Payback
    Online: National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA)
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