A pin I mailed had the post break off. It was the Marie Cursive Cutie. Assuming the post is repairable, what is the value? I happened to buy postal insurance and think I’ll have to prove that the pin is either not repairable and has little to no value, or has little value as a collectable if repaired. Is there a reputable place that I can get that information? I’m already concerned that they won’t accept the eBay listings as proof of value, but it’s all I can think of right now. Anybody file a claim with the post office that has any advice? TIA Lisa PS. I traded the Marie pin to get a holy grail for my Christmas in July person and if I can’t resolve this, I may have to return the pin I received and will have nothing for my person. The person I traded with will allow me to compensate him monetarily, but I don’t have $100 to spare, so I’m hoping USPS will compensate me.