BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts residents who abandoned jewelry, gold, high-end wristwatches and other items in safe deposit boxes will soon see those items auctioned off by the state.

Democratic Treasurer Deborah Goldberg will begin displaying a selection of the items from the Unclaimed Property Division to be auctioned on eBay.

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The items will first be displayed at the State House in Boston on Monday from noon until 5 p.m. Other showings will take place in Cape Cod, New Bedford, Springfield and Worcester.

The online auction will start on Saturday, Oct. 7.

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It’s the 11th time the state has used eBay to liquidate its unclaimed tangible property holdings.

Money from the auction will go into the state’s general fund.

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If someone can prove a piece of property belonged to them, they will be compensated.