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Thread: The quilts that finally arrived

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    Senior Member thseabreze's Avatar
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    Beautiful quilts..I am glad you got them back. Why was you not able to insure them?

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    Oh, so glad they finally arrived!!! You had us all thinking of you and wondering!! Here's to a stress-free New Year!

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    Very pretty, I am so glad everything turned out well for both of you.
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    So glad they arrived at the right destination - and in good shape and undamaged!!!

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    Happy they arrived....they are precious.
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    Sounds like the clerk may have been new and not known what he_she was talking about. Thank goodness they finally arrived! I think I would have progressed from nervousness to biting my fingernails to gnawing on my fist if this happened to me. Nice work and so glad they turned up again!

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    oh what a sigh of relief that they were finally delivered in good condition too.

    Quote Originally Posted by oh munner View Post
    Why were you NOT allowed to insure these quilts? Makes no sense to me.
    The PO is very tricky about insuring items like this, they want receipts to prove value of fabrics etc, or an appraisal. Even if you can insure, it is hard to get payment without 'proof' of value.
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