From the Associated Press via ynetnews.com:
It's a medieval treasure
trove worth an estimated quarter of a billion dollars, filled with gold
crosses studded with gems and intricate silverwork. For years, it's
been at the center of a dispute between a Berlin museum foundation and
the heirs of Holocaust-era Jewish art dealers.
On Wednesday, a German
government-created commission convened to make a recommendation on who
should rightfully own the Welfenschatz – or Guelph Treasure. However, it
did not make a final decision.