Is Previously Unclaimed Property Once Recovered Taxable?

The PA Treasury runs an Unclaimed Property Dept. I recently recovered property belonging to my deceased father (died 2002) There are no 1099 forms issued and the Dept claims it notifies no other agency upon destribution of the assets. Is there a federal income tax consequence? is this income?

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