The United States Postal Service started a dead letter office in 1825 to deal with undeliverable mail. Approximately 57 million items end up in this office every year, any enclosed items of value are removed and the correspondence is destroyed. Items of value that cannot be returned are sold at auction. Except for pornography and firearms, everything that can be lost to the Dead Letter Office is sold.
This is my lost and found and lost again office where nothing is sold at auction but rather served-up here to be found again.