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Collecting German Daggers

If you find yourself becoming interested in the form, build quality and history of German Daggers here are some observations . Most Third Reich and imperial German Daggers have passed from the veterans who returned from Europe with them as souvenirs and are now in the possession of the collecting community...

Militaria Museum Exchanges Undertaken .

The duplication of exhibits brings with it the burden of storage and conservation to museums of all sizes . OUR U.K. HIGH STREET STORE IS OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK .CALL +441903 884602 FOR OFFERS/FREE VALUATIONS . How many WW2 Flight Officer’s tunics for example does any single museum really need ?....

SELL MILITARIA TO US IF WE OFFER THE MOST MONEY

Obtain our opinion/offer/free valuation. Simply fill in the form or email-      davidmatteybuyer@gmail.com ONLY SELL MILITARIA TO US IF WE OFFER THE MOST MONEY!   NEVER SELL GERMAN DAGGERS TO ADVERTISERS WHO CLAIM THAT THEY SIMPLY WANT ITEMS FOR THEIR COLLECTION!  MOST COLLECTORS ARE BUILDING AN INVESTMENT...

German Daggers and Knives

German dress daggers and knives were a popular souvenir for returning veterans who had served in Europe during the second world war .   For the German officers who wore them Nazi Daggers were a symbol of rank,and, status.  . Contrary to popular belief Dress daggers were not designed as weapons, but simply...

SENDING BLADES THROUGH THE POSTAL SERVICE

 Is it Legal To Post Knives And Swords? Illegal To Send Knives And Swords? It Is About To Become Illegal To Send Knives And Sword Through The Post In The U.K. To Private Addresses . .. Knives Bayonets And Swords Can However Be Sold Directly To Our Specialist High Street Militaria Store And Other Such...

ARUNDEL MILITARIA MUSEUM BUYERS

ARUNDEL MILITARIA MUSEUM BUYERS. Welcome to German dagger Buyers.                                      We occupy a vast large store and connected warehouse in the High Street of The Sussex Castle town of Arundel. Militaria museum buyers Such as “The combined services museum” and “The...

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