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In their year legal battle, the plaintiffs have alleged the sale was coerced - at one third of the collection's value, they estimate - as part of Nazi Germany's campaign to persecute its Jewish population and confiscate their possessions. The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation underscored that it takes the claims seriously, but said the sale was made voluntarily and at fair market value.

Calling for the suit to be dismissed, the foundation's president Hermann Parzinger said: "Our view is that Germany is the proper jurisdiction for a case which involves a sale of a collection of medieval German art by German art dealers to a German state. Legal experts say the case may result in many other international disputes coming before US courts, dramatically expanding their jurisdiction.

Is this your family's lost 'Nazi art'?

The case, heard by the the Supreme Court on Monday, will decide whether they can keep fighting in US courts for either the return of the treasure or for its value in damages. The case, heard by the the Supreme Ann on Monday, will decide whether they can keep fighting in US courts for either the return of the treasure or for its value in damages.

Last year, a woman in Europe lost her year fight to wrestle her Jewish ancestor's art back from a Spanish museum.