I have an interesting story to share with you. Back in May, I sent a package of coins to a fellow collector that had purchased them for about $1200. I insured them and sent them USPS priority insured. When they arrived at the post office they were damaged, and the recipient refused delivery as there was a gaping hole and coins falling out of the box left and right. Instead of keeping the box at that post office, USPS sealed it up and shipped it back to me as refused. I filed a claim. I had tons of documentation, pictures from the recipient, PayPal receipts, etc. I dropped off what was left in the box when I received it at my local post office as is required when filing a claim. They assured me it will be locked in a vault and I got a receipt. Recently my last appeal was denied. USPS claims I did not package the items correctly. Unfortunately, since they did not follow protocol and shipped the items back to me instead, the evidence is lost. Today I went to my post office to pick the coins up. I was handed a box only to discover about $700 in coins missing. I refused to take it, and will be filing a request for investigation with the USPS Office of the Inspector General. What an experience, isn't it!