A noncash gift (some times called a “gift in kind”) is any gift of property in a form other than money (cash, check, money order, etc.).
gifts of securities in the form of stock certificates;
gifts of real property in the form of deeds and titles, etc.;
gifts of tangible personal property in the form of vehicles, boats, books, antiques, art, jewels, inventory items, commodities, and anything with similar tangible physical properties;
other gifts of intangible personal property such as patents, contract, installment obligations, mineral rights, business interests, etc.