Regarding listing, I found that even talking to an insurance telesales person about anything was a nightmare.
I was burgled 2 years ago and lost 8 or 9 watches , heavy gold jewellery , gold coins, etc etc,.
All I had left was what I was wearing, upon renewal, having purchased one quality watch, they wanted a valuation. I told them the make and model no and said that's it, its value is its purchase price, pretty standard all over the UK.
Listing a 9oz 9ct chain was equally as difficult, try explaining that its replacement value is dependent upon the current gold price, so I gave them pics, dimensions and weight. ( Its currently on my neck with an unburstable fastner, so you'd have to rip my lugs off to remove it,)
Regarding the air rifles and scopes, I've got pics and serial no's, because some we keep, some we move on and replace with something else, they wanted approx. replacement values.
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