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A wealth of material has been bequeathed to military museums.

Museums set to buy Medals and Militaria with veteran provenance. War Museums specialising in the second world war both buy and sell duplicated items to us and from us at germandaggerbuyers.com. What do they want from us ? Most have more Helmets , Bayonets, Daggers , and other forms of militaria than you...

Selling German Daggers In South Africa

    Selling German Daggers In South Africa For The Correct Price.     Selling In The Global Market Has Never Been Easier.  If You Are Looking For Local Expertise And Support In South Africa You Have Come To The Right Website.    Mr James Murray A Cape Town Based History  Enthusiast...

Wasserscutzpolizei

The Wasserschutzpolizei or Water Protection Police was the only branch of the  police service to wear a dress dagger.  These daggers were worn by officers alone. The design being the same as  that of the Kriegsmarine dirk with the exception of the leather covered  Turned  wood grip which is adorned...

Mehr Sein als Scheinen

BY CONTACTING GERMAN DAGGER BUYERS.COM  The National Political Educational Institute (Nationalpolitische Erziehungsanstalt) was an SS-run organization created for the purpose of indoctrinating the future leadership of the Third Reich. A number of NPEA schools were set-up throughout Germany and many of its...

How Much Is a Nazi Dagger Worth ?

How Much Is a Nazi Dagger Worth ? Broadly speaking Any Nazi Dagger In Good Condition has a minimum value of $500 =£300 . The most frequently encountered German WW2 Dagger are the .S.A .(Brown Shirts ) Dagger , The Second Pattern Luftwaffe Dagger followed closely by the The Heer or Army Dagger. These...

German Dagger Buyers In Australia

German Dagger Buyers In Australia.   Over the last ten years German dagger buyers have purchased WW2 German daggers in many parts of Australia. Having acquired the daggers we have then   imported them back into the U.K. . In 2017 we decided to appoint regional representatives in South...

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