Cultural personal property means all personal property that is the expression or manifestation of human creativity or the evolution of nature and has an archeological, historical, artistic, scientific or technical value or interest, including property that comes under the following categories: Antiquities such as tools, pottery, inscriptions, coins, hallmarks, jewelry and weapons.
Property related to history, including the history of science and technology, military and social history, and the lives of national populations and leaders, thinkers, scholars and artists and events of national importance.
Property of artistic interest such as paintings and drawings made entirely by hand on any medium and in any materials (with the exception of engineering drawings and hand-decorated manufactured items); original art prints, poster art and photographs as a means of original creation; original artistic assemblages and montages, in any materials; statuary and sculptures, in any materials; works of applied art in materials such as glass, ceramic, metal, wood, etc.
Manuscripts and incunabula, codex, books, documents or publications of special interest.
Objects of numismatic or philatelic interest (medals and coins). Archival documents, including registrations of texts, maps and other map material and photographs.
Furnishings, tapestries, rugs, costumes and musical instruments.