Webster v. Boone

In Webster v. Boone, 992 P.2d 1183, 1186 (Colo. App. 1999), the Court stated: "Although there are varying standards for measuring damages for the loss of photographs and similar items of personal property which either have no market value or whose value to the owner is greater than their market value, we agree with those decisions that have declined to allow recovery for the sentimental or emotional value of such items." However, the Webster case involved damages awarded upon trespass, private nuisance, and negligence claims.