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Militaria auction consultants

Selling militaria at auction was just about the only option open to private sellers for Hundreds of years ..  Are you are interested in obtaining the correct  price for your collection or single items?  Our advice is simply   Never sell militaria collections at auction! Auctions were the way to sell...

A wealth of material has been bequeathed to military museums.

Museums set to buy Medals and Militaria with veteran provenance. War Museums specialising in the second world war both buy and sell duplicated items to us and from us at germandaggerbuyers.com. What do they want from us ? Most have more Helmets , Bayonets, Daggers , and other forms of militaria than you...

Selling the militaria you have inherited,

Selling Inherited WW2 Militaria. If you are selling a grouping of militaria which you have inherited  please read on . The obvious approach to sell militaria or any other commodity  is conduct research and learn what specialists are charging and offering. A little known fact is that customers will pay...

German WW2 Cloth Badges

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 – Wiking Spanish Blue Division Infanterie-Divison 250 Croatian Volunteers Infanterie-Divison...

Museum Purchase Of German Helmets

At German Dagger Buyers.com we are engaged in the acquisition of German helmets and most WW2 Souvenirs. Our customers are primarily investment groups ,Museums, and mature collectors.  German Dagger Buyers are sensitive to the potential offensive caused by displaying Third Reich symbols. Out interest is...

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...

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