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Looted Nazi Art

looted Nazi art The Hand-written manuscript of Nazi art collection of Hermann Goering, was published in 2015 The full handwritten catalogue of Goering’s looted art treasures was published for the first time in 2015. The document, which includes notes on which Jews the works were confiscated from and...

Solingen dagger

At germandaggerbuyers.com we will pay the correct market value for all your war memorabilia Selling war memorabilia ? We favour acquiring directly from the families of veterans so as to learn some background history to our purchases . We believe that we provide the ethical outlet for Nazi items We buy all...

German WW2 Cloth Badges

Obtain our opinion/offer/free valuation. Simply fill in the form or email-      davidmatteybuyer@gmail.com Legion Volontaire Francais Infanterie-Regiment 638 France Flemish Legion Attached to WehrMacht 1st pattern Flemish Legion Transferred to Waffen SS 2nd pattern Walloon Legion SS Panzer Division –...

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...

How To Sell German Daggers

How To Sell German Daggers  For The Correct Price?. Traditionally when dissolving a collection or selling off a surplus item you might would visit your local militaria show. German Dagger and Militaria Dealers with specialist knowledge in various areas might be given the opportunity of making offers...

Clemen & Jung Solingen Wanted German Navy Dagger (Kriegsmarine ) manufactured by “Clemen & Jung Solingen” having “Z” shield trade mark ,Gilded lightning bolt or hammered scabbard ivory coloured handles ..

The German Navy or Kriegsmarine marine carried daggers as early as the 1840’s and continued to wear edged weapons throughout the Third Reich Period. Most collectors are concerned with 3rd Reich Naval Dirks which are referred to as 1st and 2nd Model Naval Patterns. Naval dirks were normally produced of...

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