On December 10,2021 my shop in Benton,KY was damaged by an EF4 tornado. Thankfully my building escaped with minor steel siding damage and broken windows. Businesses all around me were not so lucky. A boat dealership 100 yards south of me was damaged to the tune of a million $$. Homes 300 yards north of me were destroyed. I ran my freezers on a generator for 3 days after dumping the contents of two upright freezers into the chest freezer immediately after the tornado. With all that happened around me plus having shoulder replacement surgery just days later, the freezer quit. My wife was watching over the shop and my freezer alarm never sounded. Several days later I had her drive me to the shop where we found the contents thawed and starting to smell. After doing an inventory and inspection of each item, I lost over 60 client and personal trophies. I have started the insurance process since I carry a rider policy covering freezer loss. My questions pertain to how do I set a value for trophies? I lost several waterfowl that were paid for up front so that $$ will be paid back. All deposits will be returned. My signed work orders state I am not responsible for items lost. I've gone thru many For Sale items here to get an idea of what many items would cost to replace. The only items I will definitely replace are a Kudu and a Gemsbok that were tanned but in the very bottom of the freezer in 4-5" of bloody water in plastic bags that failed. Both are losing hair. I have bought a tanned Kudu but still need a Gemsbok (medium-large). Both the Kudu and Gemsbok had been prepped, ear liners installed, and test fitted before my shoulder gave out where I couldn't sew them up. I'm looking at 2 black bears ruined, a tanned mountain lion ( of course it was in the water too), several green and tanned bobcats, multiple fish and waterfowl.How should I set a value for the trophies lost?