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Crothian

First Post
I'm curious, is the collection insured? If so was it difficult to get a good policy for it? I'm not asking what it is insured for or policy rates or anything private but knowing people with different types of collections I'm always curious how they get them insured or even if they can.
 

Kevin Cook

Explorer
I'm curious, is the collection insured? If so was it difficult to get a good policy for it? I'm not asking what it is insured for or policy rates or anything private but knowing people with different types of collections I'm always curious how they get them insured or even if they can.

Yes ... No (just part of my homeowners) ... it all depends on who you are insuring with .. and what they cover ... and if you specifically enumerate it on your policy
 

Kevin Cook

Explorer
May 2014 Highlights

If you are not interested in new or rare dice that were inventoried this month ... Please ignore this post



Click on the Mason & Co 'Stock Simulator' d10s (possibly the first [oldest] d10) above for highlights of dice added in May 2014



 











Kevin Cook

Explorer
Stuff added in April 2015

If you are not interested in new or rare dice that were added to the worlds largest collection of dice this month ... Please ignore this post



Imagine my surprise when I opened a package of dice from a Kickstarter project and saw myself staring back ...
Click on the Trilania dice above for highlights of dice added in April 2015



 



Zhaleskra

Adventurer
I started a job where college professors or their bookstores send us information for course packs. While doing one of the more tedious parts of this job, I noticed some of the writing on a course pack.

Why have some people switched to singular "Dice" and plural "Die"?

The next course pack I noticed mentioning dice did it the traditional "Die" singular, "Dice" plural.
 

Kevin Cook

Explorer
I have never heard anyone call a pair of "dice" a Die before ... nor the reverse

I hear people refer to both singular and plural ... as dice
 


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