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By The MNFUIA Team
Have you recently received an engagement ring or other piece of jewelry that you would like to insure?

A standard homeowners policy includes coverage for jewelry and other precious items for losses caused by all the perils included in your policy such as fire, windstorm, theft and vandalism.  However, chances are pretty good that piece of jewelry or item is worth more than policy limit, or the minimum the insurance policy will pay in the event of a loss.

In these situations, you should schedule each piece or item (listing each separately) for the retail or appraised value. This offers broader protection because then your policy will cover losses of any type, including accidental losses (such as dropping your ring down the drain of the kitchen sink) that your homeowners insurance policy would not cover.

Before purchasing this special coverage, the items covered must be professionally appraised. We might not be able to insure the sentimental value of that special piece of jewelry or item, but at least if you have it covered, you will be financially insured if the need ever arises to replace it.  

Items that can be scheduled (listed specifically) include Fine Arts, Jewelry, Furs, Musical Instruments, and Cameras and Related Equipment.

As with all insurance, it is important to understand what is included and what is not.  Contact your local FUIA agent today to make sure you are getting the coverage you need and want.

On This Day in History....


February 1: 1st session of the US Supreme Court in NYC (1790).

February 2: 1st Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney, PA (1887).

February 3: “The Day the Music Died,” Mason City, IA (1959).

February 4: The SLA abducted Patty Hearst (1974).

February 5: Beckwith convicted of killing Medgar Evers (1994).

February 6: Tennis great Arthur Ashe died of AIDS (1993).

February 7: The Beatles arrived in New York (1964).

February 8: Spud Webb won dunk contest in NBA (1986).

February 9: America met The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show (1964).

February 10: David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust debuted (1972).

February 11: Nelson Mandela released from prison (1990).

February 12: Milosevic went on trial for war crimes (2002).

February 13: Roosevelt discussed America’s race problem (1905).

February 14: St. Valentine’s Day Massacre in Chicago (1929).

February 15: Disney’s Cinderella debuted (1950).

February 16: Archaeologists opened King Tut’s tomb (1923).

February 17: Puccini’s Madame Butterfly premiered (1904).

February 18: Dale Earnhardt killed in Daytona 500 crash (2001).

February 19: Donner Party rescued from Sierra Nevadas (1847).

February 20: John Glenn orbited earth in Friendship 7 (1962).

February 21: Nationalist Malcolm X assassinated in NYC (1965).

February 22: US Olympic team made miracle on ice (1980).

February 23: US flag was raised on Iwo Jima (1945).

February 24: The Gulf War ground offensive began (1991).

February 25: African American congressman Revels sworn in (1870).

February 26: Grand Teton National Park established (1929).

February 27: Shirley Temple received $50,000 per film (1936).

February 28: Feds raided Branch Davidians in Waco, TX (1993).

February 29: Buddy Holly’s glasses found in Mason City, IA (1980).


Historical dates are excerpted from History.com.

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