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How do I sell a German WW2 Dagger ?

ww.germandaggerbuyers.com If you discover a WW2 German Dagger when sorting out family items , Here is our suggested procedure should you be looking for an offer to buy or simply a free valuation. Take a few images of what you have and upload them using our form provided in the right hand column . Our free...

Selling Military Items To Online Advertisers .

If you have a German Dagger in the family or perhaps a collection the temptation is to contact one of a number of online advertisers . Guidelines which ensure you get a square deal are as follows . Firstly be aware that where ever you send a bladed weapon it might just be better to avoid words such as...

SELLING NAZI ITEMS ON SOCIAL MEDIA?

Below Is An Article Which Explains Why Selling Directly To Dedicated Professionals Is The Better Option Open To You . Facebook has been urged to do more to prevent the sale of Nazi memorabilia on its website. Items including an SS badge, a Nazi military cross and Third Reich propaganda materials have...

A PLACE TO SELL MILITARIA COLLECTIONS AT THE CORRECT PRICE

WELCOME TO GERMAN DAGGER BUYERS.COM A Militaria Depot Buying 7 Days Per Week .. Sell your collection from the south of England’s favourite militaria destination store . You can receive immediate payment for your Militaria collection or sell at your own retail prices from one of our museum style cabinets. ....

2019 prices for Nazi daggers

  Increasingly the market place is becoming less tolerent of WW2 German artefacts .   Ebay and many more traditional auctions will not allow the listing of Nazi items.    In 2019 the best way in which Daggers are sold is to approach specialist dealers who already have lists of investors...

GERMAN OFFICERS DAGGER

Obtain our opinion/offer/free valuation. Simply fill in the form or email-      davidmatteybuyer@gmail.com   davidmatteybuyer@gmail.com German Army officers  first carried a dagger beginning in 1935. The dress dagger was worn on occasions not requiring the wearing of a more formal dress sword. The dagger...