Suppose Reuven steals a rare picture of Shimon's great grandfather from Shimon. Reuven then disposes of the picture and later wants to (or is caught, and therefore needs to) return the money to Shimon.
Now, technically speaking the picture is probably worth a trivial amount. After all it's merely ink on paper. Similarly, there's virtually no market value as no one would quite be interested in a picture of a random person.
However, for Shimon that picture held a tremendous amount of value. After all, it was the sole remaining copy of his grandfather's photo, and there is simply no way for him to ever get it back now. Or what we would call, "Sentimental Value."
Of course, I simply chose the case to be that of stealing, but an equal question would probably exist in the case of damages as well.
So my question is, is there any provision in halacha that accounts for such value?