A Berlin court examines a dispute to determine the rightful owner of a 400-year-old gilded chain.
The treasure was buried in an East German graveyard to conceal it from Soviet authorities. Borghild Niemann and her father recovered the hidden chain and smuggled it back into West Germany in 1965.
Niemann's father Robert Haeussler donated the treasure to a business association in the Baltic port of Wismar, where she says it should remain.
A suit filed against Niemann in the city government of Wismar, which argued that under Soviet military law the chain should have been handed in to the occupiers, insists that the chain should to be transferred to public ownership.
The gold-plated silver chain, called the Papagoyenkette, is estimated to be worth more than €10,000 in the commercial market.
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