Do you have a Militaria collection that you are wishing to sell for
the best overall price?.
We specialize in buying diverse collections for the true market value?
WW2 Buyer.com is the buying website of
“Arundel Militaria Collection”.
Our own exhibition is housed in Museum cabinets
and viewed by thousands of visitors to Arundel each year.
If you require a free valuation to find out what your militaria is worth? We are only to happy to be of service. Just send us an e-mail with a few photos of you treasures and we will tell you what the current value ,That is what a dealer, a collector or a long term investment group would be willing to pay for . We buy from literally hundreds of dealers and collectors worldwide including the major advertisers on the internet today .We buy for long term investment groups therefor the purchase price is less critical . Before you accept what you are told is a “ fair price” for your dagger collection obtain a second opinion, Whether selling a single item or a collection of WW2 Military Collectibles, WW2Buyer.com would welcome the opportunity of making you the most competitive offer.
The Puma Trade Mark
seen here an army dagger.
WW2Buyer.com considers the open display of Nazi symbols outside of a balanced historical collection to be both irresponsible and offensive.
Our Payment Policy is straightforward:
Sellers receive immediate pre payment for all items. We pay any duty on goods arriving from overseas and pay all postal costs.
By choosing to sell directly to specialist retailers sellers avoid the risks associated with posting personal details over the internet.
We are always happy to negotiate by telephone. We invite you to call us directly.
Our office is open 11am-5pm GMT every day.
If you live within range please come and visit us.
Our services are confidential.
Most of our exhibits are purchased from the families of WW2 Veterans In from the United States of America we make purchases regardless of distance.
We offer a totally legal selling option for those of you living in Germany and other within areas of the European Union where the open trading in such artefacts is forbidden.
We Pre-Pay For all Purchases
WW2Buyer.com occupies the first floor of:
The Arundel Antiques Market Ltd.
At WW2 Buyer.com we specialize in the buying of German; Japanese; and Allied forces war souvenirs. Edged weapons and WW2 German memorabilia have been banned from the major internet auction site Ebay. You may be comforted to know that we at WW2Buyer.com buy exclusively for a vetted circle of responsible academic collectors; museums and historians. WW2 buyer.com hosts an impressive display of military exhibits contained withing Museum cabinets on the first floor of our store. These are viewed studied and enjoyed by thousands of visitors each year. Our Militaria specialist is on-line now to identify; advise and make offers/free valuations . WW2 Buyer.com pay in advance using the “Paypal”service. Sellers will not be required to ship items until full payment is shown to have been deposited in their ”Paypal”Accounts. Customers can expect to achieve around 70% of the list Prices seen on specialist websites for equivalent items. The selling process is immediate. WW2 Buyer.com cover shipping costs and fees. Consigned collections and special items will achieve a greater return figure for sellers; potentially 80%-90% of dealers listed prices. Posted David Has Traded in militaria From 18 High Street Arundel Sussex for sixteen years. David welcomes visitors to his high street store seven days a week.If you are planning a trip to Arundel why not bring something along with you and get some free advice.
Cultural Changes in the selling of “Militaria”
A debate which has permeated into the House of commons with some members of
Our site is dedicated to the buying of Militaria from the period 1914 – 1945. Our Historic Museum style store displays an impressive stock of veteran acquired souvenirs. We are amongst the most popular of permanent destinations for museum buyers and collectors. We are sole buyers and suppliers to one museum in Normandy France. It seems fitting for items to returnto the theater they were plucked from and put back on display. Other customers include the most advancedcollectors as well as a couple of approved ethical, academic web sites.War trophies were returned from the western front by my Grandfather William(Bill) Mattey.These together with the full disability Pension earned by my father at Falaise in 1944 have fueled my interest.Whilst combat paraphernalia is unlikely to upset or offend. We unreservedly distance ourselves from the unregulated sale ofNazi artifacts amd edged weapons online.Regards David Mattey (Buyer)