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This is a topic that potentially affects many of us who have purchase a lot of large scale train equipment. For example, LGB is very scarce now and many items are out of production forever, so collection insurance is pretty vital.

I recently received a packet in the mail from a company and was wondering if anyone had any experience with them. I have absolutely nothing to do with them and am NOT promoting them - just seeking feedback if anyone has experience with them. The company is American Collectors Insurance. Their URL is http://www.americancollectors.com/ . Or has anyone checked them out and found a better deal with another company?

I would appreciate any substantive feedback since I am shopping for collection insurance.
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Al
 

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Jack - Thanks for the link to the TCA Insurance carrier (Bash). Good for comparison.

Everyone - Many thanks for your input. I have a call into my home insurance agent to see about riders, terms, etc. If they can't accomodate me to my satisfaction, then I will check with the American Collectors and Bash companies. Looks like I will be taking invetory and lots of digital photos... Probably should have done that sooner but at least now I found that "round tuit". ;)

This is great thread for reference on the topic. Thanks to Shad & MLS members as always. /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/satisfied.gif

Al
 
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