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    Default Nail/Nail for exhibitions

    Could you halp me with understanding an insurance policy:

    Inception and ending of risks: Warehouse/Warehouse and/or Nail/Nail for exhibitions.

    This "nail" has not been understandable for me so far.

    Michael

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    Default Re: Nail/Nail for exhibitions

    I presume that it covers the transort and hanging of the items in the exhibition, but not risks like theft, fire, etc:
    Here's an example with 'nail to nail insurance': WCBC: Wrexham Arts Centre Touring Exhibitions

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    Default Re: Nail/Nail for exhibitions

    Thank you. But I still can't understand it.

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    Default Re: Nail/Nail for exhibitions

    "Nail to nail" insurance means the art work is covered from its being taken off the wall in one gallery to the time it's hung in the destination gallery.

    In general, it means an item is insured from the moment it leaves one studio/gallery/wherever, until it is displayed at its destination/in the actual possession of the intended recipient of the item.

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