Whether you’ve been collecting rookie cards for 30 years, are a connoisseur of fine wines or your walls are covered with the finest Andy Warhol paintings we can help you find the coverage you need to protect your valuables.
When it comes to protecting your collections, working with a broker to make sure your home policy has high enough property limits is the first step. Most home insurance policies exclude things like expensive art, jewelry and other valuables. Adding extra coverage to your policy is a smart move for any collector.
Keep An Inventory
No one knows your collection better than you do which is why it’s important to keep a record of your collection. Taking inventory can help speed up the claims process if something goes wrong. When taking an inventory it’s important to record as much detail as possible including serial numbers, brand names, values and purchase dates. Keep this list someplace safe like a safety deposit box or other safe place outside of your home.
How Do I Get Coverage?
Many insurance companies offer coverage for collections. Usually insurance companies require collections to be appraised by an expert. Our team will help you through the whole process.
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