No. There are some types of personal property, such as antiques, expensive jewelry, and coin collections, which your insurance policy might not cover, or might only partially cover. In order to adequately insurance these items of personal property, you might have to purchase additional insurance coverage, or specifically have these items identified in your homeowner’s insurance policy.
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