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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...

Researching Militaria values

BUYERS OF BADGES If you are wishing to sell family militaria, researching prices is advisable .Relying on the generosity of a random buyer is an unnecessary gamble. At German Dagger Buyers we are willing to provide valuations at zero charge or tell you if we believe you have already been offered the correct...

Selling Militaria At Auction

When faced with the daunting task of selling Family treasures or a cherished collection one obvious choice is to contact a local auctioneer . You should be warned that you will only receive 50% of what the buyer pays at auction. Perhaps a better option is to allow us to research the items you propose...

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...

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...

Solingen Dagger

Obtain our opinion/offer/free valuation. Simply fill in the form or email-      davidmatteybuyer@gmail.com Daggers Bearing the word Solingen on the blade should be of great quality and have originated from the Historic Cuttlery making town of Solingen in Germany . If you require an offer/free valuation...

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