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Old 08-15-2013, 11:06 AM
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Anyone know a company where i can take insurance for my collection ?
A company in canada ?
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Old 08-15-2013, 11:22 AM
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Get an agent that sells Chubb...expensive, but great coverage for all sorts of collections.

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Old 08-15-2013, 11:34 AM
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this company?

http://www.chubb.com/international/c...chubb7901.html
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Old 08-15-2013, 11:46 AM
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Hi Nelson,

Yes - you will want to check out the Chubb "Masterpiece" coverage designed for collectors:

http://www.chubb.com/international/c...chubb4339.html

(No affiliation with Chubb other than as a customer.)

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just talk with an agent and she said i must have my house insurance with chubb to have the collection insurance
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Nelson

From a financial perspective, I suspect that the cost of the premium will be far cheaper to combine your house insurance and your collectibles insurance, rather than to split them into two premiums.

I just re-insured with Chubb for our home insurance, and that coverage was one of the selling points.
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OK

How that work to insure with chubb ?
i read on the website no evaluation required it is corect ?
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I'd just give them a call and get a quote. Most insurance companies are more than willing to take business from other insurers
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Doesn't Collectibles Insurance cover Canada as well?
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Doesn't Collectibles Insurance cover Canada as well?
I looked on their website and if i want a submission i must be in the US....
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Anyone know a company where i can take insurance for my collection ?
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Why do you need to split your collection from the other contents in your home? Just lump everything in your home together, in which case your present insurance company, or any other for that matter, should suffice, shouldn't it?

For high priced investment cards, I'd invest in a safe deposit box at the bank.
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Why do you need to split your collection from the other contents in your home? Just lump everything in your home together, in which case your present insurance company, or any other for that matter, should suffice, shouldn't it?
Hi Rob,

You need to be very careful about this...many people have thought this and gotten burned. In my personal experience, most ordinary household policies will not cover collectibles and rare/special items. And if you ever suffer a loss (the only time you really need insurance) they'll find a way to deny coverage or at the very least dispute values. I have heard from other collector friends (one of whom did suffer a loss) that this is where Chubb shines - they back up the promises. But the coverage is expensive...

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safe deposit box is the best i think. i will probably do with that.

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just received the call from the women at CHUBB and she said if i want to insure my collection with chubb the minimal value must be 150K

eheh thanks for all your info but i will go with the safe deposit box.
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just received the call from the women at CHUBB and she said if i want to insure my collection with chubb the minimal value must be 150K

eheh thanks for all your info but i will go with the safe deposit box.
Wise choice.
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