The pope recieves no salary, but from what I understand, popes do have personal possessions. I'm thinking of things like toothbrushes, at the very least. Pope Benedict XVI, I believe, had a substantial library of books that he brought with him into the Papal Apartments. Enumerating everything a certain pope has ever owned is probably impossible (or is it?), but "possessions at the time of his death" is a fair bit more definitive. I can imagine that there are actual records of such possessions, since they might at some point be considered relics. So:
What personal possessions did Pope John Paul II have at the time of death?
I've tried to find an answer to this, but it's quite vague. Someone on some forum mentions tennis shoes, his ring, and so on. But none of this is conclusive. Is there a definitive answer somewhere?