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Discussion in 'Other Militaria' started by GenMystOne, Jul 27, 2008.

  1. GenMystOne

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    I purchased about 150 items from a man who aquired them during WWII and im having trouble selling them. Is there a place I can sell them? Lots of german items with swaskitas. Medals, Belt buckles, and pins.:confused:
     
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    There is a few pics for you guys. Cost me $200..I don't think that was too bad of a price.
     
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    are you selling them one by one .. or .. all together ??
    cheers krieg
     
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    single..already sold a few. Ebay suspended me..kinda forgot u cant sell this stuff on there. Where do you guys buy/sell your stuff?
     
  8. Kai-Petri

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    Lots of buyers at militariacollecting.com site.

    We at WW2 forums prefer books and tactics.

    Try them.
     
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    I might be interested in a few things. Right now i mainly collecting cloth and also awards.

    Before diving in and selling, check with someone honest first to get a better idea of what this stuff will sell for.
     
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    If I had a bunch of WWII field manuals and trainign manuals to sell.. would you recommend the same site?
     
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    I know a honest collector who is an expert and who could price them for you, he has already most of the stuff , so he "ll give you the real price. From what I see on the picture you have items that are common and cheap and others that are rare and expensive
    I would advice selling them at Delcampe.com . If you need more details, send me a pm. If this pm option is not enable don your account is not enabled yet, you can leave a message in my profile.
    please do not put anything for sale on this forum.
     
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    Wehrmacht-Awards.com - the forum on the site has an e-stand where collectors sell to collectors (although you do need to sign up with the site first). Post pictures of the items in the relevant sections of the site (or even just browse through the various sections) for others to help you in finding out originality & prices.
     

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