Currently on a day off and doing boring life admin stuff. One of which is replacing an extortionate contents policy.
But home contents policies can be picky about whether a physical music collection counts as 'general' items or as 'high risk' items (but not including a sufficient 'high risk' limit for x thousand items).
So what I want to know is:
a) is standalone insurance for physical music collections a thing?
b) if so, from who?
Cos if it's reasonable (say, less than a tenner a month) then I can just get some El Cheapo contents insurance for the rest of my household stuff, which is highly unremarkable in terms of insurable value.
Obviously there's plenty of lamestream points on offer for any sort of chat about ripping the CDs and getting with the times, etc, so fill yer boots with pointles advice about ripping and CD wallets and Spotify or whatever.