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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...

The Government Officials Dagger

Dealers from around the globe use and quote our German dagger valuations  Our offers /Free valuations are fast and reliable we study the markets daily and allow for exchange rates and international shipping in all our offers … For the German daggers pictured above we paid $2000 —£1400 They were...

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 Has Been...

SA Rohm dagger

The Model 1934 Ernst Röhm SA Dagger (Sturmabteilung Dienstdolch) Ernst Rohm honor daggers were granted to members of the SS/SA who had either had interrupted service since December 31st 1931 or those who transferred from the Hitler Youth prior to December 31st 1931. The blade on this one is in mint...

SELL MILITARIA TO US IF WE OFFER THE MOST MONEY

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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...

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