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What’s a High Risk item?

Legal & General consider High Risk items to be articles of:

  • Jewellery, pearls, gemstones, gold, silver and other precious metal.
  • Works of art.
  • Stamp and coin collections.
  • Clocks and watches.

For details of the overall High Risk item limits that apply to your cover, please refer to your policy schedule. Further information about High Risk items and cover limits can also be found in the policy documents and booklets.

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