|Re: Insurance Appraisal|
Subject: Re: Insurance Appraisal
by Khamûl on 2012/2/21 16:12:45
Seriously, I don't think (books aside) you always need evidence of items, if they are stolen. I've never heard of anyone having a mobile phone stolen, for example, and having to prove the original purchase; or if they even still owned it (say, two or three years after purchase) when a house was broken into, for example. Do you? When you get contents insurance (aside from individual high value items) have you ever been asked by your insurer to provide evidence of why you want, say, £50,000 worth of insurance? Your clothes, furniture etc --why would you have proof of these items, or their value?
I'm sure books, in regard to collectors, would differ. But there's no real reason why they should.