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I'm looking for a simple way of sending instruments safely and with insurance to the full current value. Years ago, before the de-regulation of the Banking and Insurance industries, it was possible to get your package delivered and fully covered for loss or acidental damage with out much dificulty. Then the changes wrought by the governmental bodies stopped the courrier companies from selling insurance... these regulations were revoked sometime later but the courriers have been slow in getting their insurance offers back on track. I see things like "declared value"... one pays extra to cover goods up to the amount stipulated on the Airway Bill.. but trying to find out how and what is covered and even how much it will cost... is driving me to ask, does anyone have a simple solution? I see people offering to send "courrier, insured" . Mostly my customers come to collect their new instruments... and in reality that only happens two or three times each year, but in between there are smaller , repair jobs or parts of instruments that do not warrant a visit but are still precious. Oh and then there is the odd Concertina being bought or sold . Any suggestions ? Geoff.