> I have a rider on my homeowner's policy that covers my musical
> instruments, both at home and while gigging, but nothing specifically for
> my vintage computers. Setting a value on my horns was easy, but how do
> you put values on your vintage systems? I obviously have an inventory
> (web site) with pictures, but very few receipts. Not that purchase price
> has anything to do with value or replacement cost. How did you approach
Reimbursement based on replacement cost. I would have to get an estimate
from "experts" or museums, but I have 50+% of my inventory documented on my
web site. Frankly it's a hard thing to really even think about, no money
is worth the time put into these things, plus the loss of so many
one-of-a-kind things would be heart breaking. This is why it's so
important to keep responsible track of everything.
I am so glad to hear Claude is OK, and ultimately human life is most
important, but the loss of that Burroughs 205 is painful to think about.