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Old 06-09-2018, 12:48 PM
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Awesome collection!

Invested in safety deposit boxes and insurance years ago and it has given me a lot of peace of mind knowing my items are safe and sound.

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Old 06-09-2018, 01:57 PM
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Jason thatís an incredible collection!

I think I might go the fireproof gun safe route as well but I have logistics to figure out. Iím hoping the safe deposit box isnít a long term thing.
Thanks Scott. Iím pretty envious of that Ď52 Mantle of yours. I couldnít make out the grade, but looks to be in the 4-6 range?

Insurance is definitely something I need to consider at some point. Kind of like an art collector. I keep saying Iím gonna look into it, but havenít yet. Anyone know how to go about getting a card collection insured? What about cost?
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Old 06-09-2018, 05:11 PM
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First of all, those pictures of your guys' collections just warms my heart. Awesome pictures!

Secondly, I'd recommend one of these 2 companies for insurance. I use ACNA, but they're basic coverage plan does not cover insurance if I sell a card and send it to someone. The key is to thoroughly read the list of coverages to determine which plan is for you. You might also find previous threads on here with a few searches.

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https://collectinsure.com/
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Old 06-09-2018, 05:21 PM
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I also noticed the 1952 Topps card of Tony Bartirome, who looks out of place next to all those aces and heavy hitters. But I recall that one of his relatives is hording his cards, so it's probably a great investment.
Not one of his relatives, just a fraudster masquerading as one.
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Old 06-09-2018, 06:02 PM
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First of all, those pictures of your guys' collections just warms my heart. Awesome pictures!

Secondly, I'd recommend one of these 2 companies for insurance. I use ACNA, but they're basic coverage plan does not cover insurance if I sell a card and send it to someone. The key is to thoroughly read the list of coverages to determine which plan is for you. You might also find previous threads on here with a few searches.

http://www.acna.us/

https://collectinsure.com/
Thank you very much for the information.
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Old 06-09-2018, 08:44 PM
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Thanks Scott. Iím pretty envious of that Ď52 Mantle of yours. I couldnít make out the grade, but looks to be in the 4-6 range?

Insurance is definitely something I need to consider at some point. Kind of like an art collector. I keep saying Iím gonna look into it, but havenít yet. Anyone know how to go about getting a card collection insured? What about cost?
Thanks Jason. Itís actually a 1.5 that has a 4 front but a few spots of paperloss on the back.

Thanks CW for the insurance info. Itís something I need to look into as well. Standard homeowners I assume does not cover right? Need some kind of rider to your policy I suppose.
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Thanks Jason. Itís actually a 1.5 that has a 4 front but a few spots of paperloss on the back.

Thanks CW for the insurance info. Itís something I need to look into as well. Standard homeowners I assume does not cover right? Need some kind of rider to your policy I suppose.
Yes, your standard homeowners might carry a trivial amount of coverage based on the cardboard porn you have shown. Your homeowners carrier would add the extra coverage, but I believe their prices are quite high compared to ACNA and CIS.
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Highly recommend Collect Insure. Not that I've had to file a claim, but they are very easy to deal with and from what I know, very cheap.
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The cards, no, but I do own a very similar rug.

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I make a copy of each card on my printer/scanner/copier on good photopaper then cut out the card life size and put that copy in my album before i put stuff in a safe deposit box. The copy looks exactly like my card, with every crease, etc. Works great!!
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