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DavidK
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I have some rare and current Tenyo items, some with original packaging and some without.

I am trying to value the items for insurance purposes, but found it hard to get an actual current value on-line.

Can anyone assist me in this task.

T23 Original Rainbow Silks (with box and instructions)
T28 What's Next (original packaging and instructions)
T40 Card Case x 3 (original boxes, cases are the older version with no Tenyo markings on them)
T149 Dragon Alter (original packaging and instructions)
T155 Crystal Cleaver (no packaging or instructions)
T162 Credit Card Slasher (no packaging but with instructions)
T163 Burglar Ball (no packaging but with instructions)
T165 Crystal Pyramid (green base version with no packaging but with instructions)
T171 Merlins Coffer (no packaging but with instructions)
T172 Invisible Zone (no packaging but with instructions)
T202 Prison Box (no packaging but with instructions)
T255 Card Surgery (no packaging but with instructions)

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pierredan
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I see nothing rare or worth insuring (unless it will not cost you anything).

Try here for some price guidance:

http://www.tenyomarket.com/
DavidK
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To clarify why I am after the current cost of Tenyo is so that I can value all my magic including Mikame Magic, Tenyo and old collectable items I have collected over the last 48 years and include it as a total amount in my home contents insurance.

I have been told by other members of this forum that my T23 Rainbow Silks is rare and of some value and "not to sell it too cheaply".

I have also read that T202 Prison Box is becoming hard to find.
Richard Kaufman
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You can't add collectibles to your home insurance policy. You have to take out a separate rider that will cost far more than the value of your collectibles.
DavidK
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Just let you know that in Australia you can add "Specified Items" to your home content insurance (with a small additional cost), which means that I can list my magic items and give a total value, which the insurance company will pay out if the magic is stolen or destroyed by fire.
DavidK
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I received the valuation information I requested. Thank you.
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