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Military Souvenirs from WW2 .Free Valuation

German Dagger Dealers was one of the founding websites dedicated to the acquisition of WW2 Memorabilia . In the early years we handled masses of items many of which were obtained directly by the veterans who bought them home from WW2. Highlanders of Canada. United...

The Militaria Trade 2020 . Free Valuations

Many dealers in all aspects of militaria started off as collectors . Pandemic Panic Brings Prices Crashing Down . As the boyhood hobby grows and the collector acquires knowledge he is likely to consider becoming a dealer in Militaria at some level . As the internet...

How Does The Militaria Business Operate. Expert Valuation Service Free of charge .

How does the militaria trade work ? The most common rout that an item of “Militaria” takes from a private seller to an investor is as follows. An item of militaria that we describe as “Item A” is sent off to auction where is guaranteed to be sold on a set day .. ...

Who Pays More For Militaria ?Offers/ valuations free of charge .

Here is our pitch . We run a traditional store in a busy tourist destination . We spent Twelve Years exhibiting at the Militaria shows . We have ten Dagger Buying Websites . Our success rate suggests that we consistently pay considerably more that our imitators .. We have a budget to...

Underground Militaria Dealing. Valuation Given Free Of Charge .

The World’s political climate has changed noticeably over the last ten years . Now it seems entirely unacceptable to trade in Third Reich souvenirs?. Those who physically suffered art the hands of the NAZI’s are fading with time ,However it is deemed disrespectful and abhorrent to...

N.S.F.K. Knives Required. Valuations Provided At Zero Cost !

N.s.f.k. and D.L.V. knives urgently required. £43,000/$65,000 PAID FOR THE RARE NAZI DAGGERS! Welcome To German Dagger Dealers.comWe aim to provide one of the very few ethical outletsfor Nazi Memorabilia on the internet.We do not sell on line. We supply legitimate museum...

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