State Treasury Partners with Lancaster County-based Morphy Auctions to Maximize Proceeds from Unclaimed Property Sales

State Treasury Partners with Lancaster County-based Morphy Auctions to Maximize Proceeds from Unclaimed Property Sales

Harrisburg – January 16, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Rather than sitting in a vault, a treasure trove of rare and precious unclaimed valuables will be auctioned next month under a new partnership between the Pennsylvania Treasury and Morphy Auctions of Lancaster County, according to State Treasurer Rob McCord, who explained the auction is part of Treasury’s ongoing effort to maximize revenues to the Commonwealth from property that is unlikely to be claimed.

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