Millions of dollars in unclaimed cash and property is up for grabs. It is part of the Annual Great Arkansas Treasure Hunt and State Auditor Jim Wood says that more than 54,000 Arkansans have been added to the database this year.
These ancient coins minted between 100 BC to 20AD are the centerpieces of this year's unclaimed property.
"We had a collector come look at them and he said they were definitely in that time period. They are from Pontius Pilate’s domain of reign," said Rob Scott the manager of unclaimed funds division.
It's hard to believe someone forgot about them but just like everything else here they remain without an owner.
"For someone to have gone thru the trouble to collect those and keep them this long, I would definitely think that it wasn't an oversight that they left them," he says.
Perhaps the most unusual items left are 2 sets of human remains. Officials say they've tried twice to find the families.
"We treat them with the greatest respect the way you would expect a member of your family to be treated," State Auditor Jim Wood says.
Wood says $23 million worth of cash and goods wait for their rightful owners. Things like military medals, high school rings and even some forgotten letters.
Letter comes from a little girl to her father dated in the 1920's. Then there's money, lots of it. Some like one thousand dollar bill isn't even in circulation anymore and now worth three to four times its face value.
"Most people believe it can't happen to me. It can., you can lose your money, very quickly and easily," Scott said.