[Adopted 8-11-1980 (Ch. 116, Art. IV, of the 1990 Code)]
Pursuant to the authority contained in § 58-829.1, Code of Virginia, the following classes of household goods and personal effects are exempted from local taxation:
Household and kitchen furniture, including gold and silver plates, plated ware, watches and clocks, sewing machines, refrigerators, automatic refrigerating machinery of any type, vacuum cleaners and all other household machinery, books, firearms and weapons of all kinds.
Pianos, organs, phonographs and record players and records to be used therewith and all other musical instruments of whatever kind and radio and television instruments and equipment.
Oil paintings, pictures, statuary, curios, articles of virtu and works of art.
Diamonds, cameos and other precious stones and all precious metals used as ornaments or jewelry.
Sporting and photographic equipment.
Clothing and objects of apparel.
All other tangible personal property used by an individual or a family or household incident to maintaining an abode.
Editor's Note: See now § 58.1-3504, Code of Virginia.