Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice‘s possessions will be hitting the auction block later this month if her lawyer’s appeal fails to stop it. RadarOnline.com has obtained papers filed by an appraiser who recently sized-up Teresa’s over-the-top abode.
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From a grand piano, sconces, and a Kawasaki ATV, the family’s belongings were tallied up and given estimated values.
Teresa and her husband Giuseppe filed for bankruptcy in October and according to bankruptcy records, they have nearly $11 million in debt. According to papers filed with the United States Bankruptcy Court District of New Jersey, Alan Atkins of A. Atkins Appraisal Corporation, predicted the forced sale value of the items to total only $51,160.
While most everything including tires and the children’s toys were given a sticker price, other things were found worthless- or was that priceless?
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No amount was given for a framed family portrait in the back foyer or the Giudices’ framed wedding portrait in the upstairs foyer and hall.
However, their wedding bands did get appraised: Teresa’s 14 kt. yellow gold band was set at $150 and her husband’s 14 kt. white gold wedding band (which the appraiser noted could not be found for physical inspection) was set at $240.
The auction is slated to occur on August 22 at noon EST.