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We buy World War 2 military antiques memorabilia

Looking to sell WW2 military memorabilia? We buy WW2 militaria!

We pay a fair price for World War 2 antiques and pay quickly. Payment can be made within an hour of contacting us in most cases. We buy WW2 memorabilia and are the fairest on the web. Let us prove it to you.

Selling WW2 memorabilia is fair, fast and easy. We want to buy your World War 2 items and make it hassle free for you.

Top dollar paid for your WWII memorabilia, whether it be helmets, badges, caps, visors, flags, field gear, equipment, medals, insignia, uniforms, tunics, knives, guns, paper work, trench art, photo albums, battle souvenirs, relics and vet bring backs. We buy WW2 memorabilia.

Every country's WW2 memorabilia is wanted too, including, but not limited to: US, German, Japanese, Russian, and Italian militaria. Individual pieces and large lots welcomed.

Donations of WW2 militaria happily accepted and appreciated. But also, we buy WW2 memorabilia of all types and most of all, we preserve these precious relics.

If you are just curious and want to know what your WW2 item is worth, we are happy to take a look and give you idea of value. Some pieces are worth a few dollars, and some are worth thousands of dollars. All are historically valuable and appraisals are free.

Compare to other WW2 sites. Some charge a $35 fee to appraise your WWII item and give low offers. If you don't want to sell your military item and keep in your possesion, no problem. I appreciate the chance of getting to see these historical and important items.

My Motivation to Buy WW2 Memorabilia:

As a social studies teacher, I buy WW2 memorabilia and share them with students.  If you have a family WWII story and would like to share, I would love to add it to the ones on this site as students love hearing these interesting stories.

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We buy World War 2 military antiques memorabilia

I am an avid collector of WW2 memorabilia. I insure all militaria are cared for properly and preserved for posterity.

View some of the pieces I have collected over the years. None of these WWII items are for sale.

Read Great World War 2 Stories

LTC Robert J. Frost

By Chris Voorhees | March 1, 2024

These 5 pieces of Adolf Hitler silverware Formal pattern were also liberated from Hitlers Munich Apartment by LTC Robert J Frost,  while such silverware is available,  its rarer to get examples that have cast iron provenance as to where they were actually found.   Here we have a small group of WW2 Nazi Militaria items…

Al Fleetwood

By Chris Voorhees | November 2, 2023

  It is with great sadness we are announcing the passing of another WW2 Veteran Hero. Al Fleetwood passed on the 7th October 2023 in his 99th year. A true gentleman ,he led a very happy life with tons of friends. He had a gigantic smile on his face right until the end. We were…

German Helmets

By Chris Voorhees | August 18, 2016

The German government made four basic types of German combat helmets during WWII. The German M35, German M40, German M42, and the German paratrooper helmet M38. They also made civil helmets and reissued helmets from WWI. German combat helmets were used by the Luftwaffe (air force), heer (army), Kriegsmarine (navy), police, and the SS.  German…

Merle Leroy Southworth

By Chris Voorhees | August 13, 2016

Merle Leroy Southworth’s grandchild wrote: This is my grandpa, Merle Leroy Southworth, born March 7, 1915, Randolph County Indiana. I don’t remember grandpa ever talking about his time in the service, so this we have pieced together from the records we have found on line or from a box he had sent home from Germany.…

U-130 and the Grenanger

By Chris Voorhees | August 13, 2016


SGT. F. Robert Bruske

By Chris Voorhees | August 13, 2016

* Bob was an expert marksman. He had a 30-06 with scope and he was used when the unit needed a sharpshooter. He never talked about the fighting and killing. Talked about the good time with buddies and the time he ran into a friend from home….lifetime friends after that. Turned out to be a…

We Purchase WW2 Militaria

By Chris Voorhees | June 26, 2024

       We purchase WW2 militaria.  Here we have an update to our Canadian DDay Veteran award haul We were lucky enough through respected US Militaria dealer Dave Wyatt to find a near mint SS 25 year service medal which perfectly matches the case and ribbon that we already had..A beautiful set even if…

German WWII Medals

By Chris Voorhees | June 19, 2024

      Here we are extremely happy and proud that we were given the opportunity to buy this lot of totally mint unissued German WWII medals that were taken by a Canadian Infantry Soldier named Lyle Stockwell who landed at Juno Beach on DDAY. We purchased these beautiful medals direct from his Grandson Pete…

WW2 Buyers

By Chris Voorhees | June 8, 2024

As WW2 buyers, we offered many types of items. Above is a recent purchase of mostly common items. Daggers, buckles, medals, German iron crosses, a nazi flag, a souvenir belt, etc… What makes this purchase unique is the Luftwaffe Hanhart Pilot watch. “Luftwaffe pilot chronograph watch for sale by Hanhart. The single-button, Luftwaffe chronograph watch,…

WW2 Vet Bringbacks

By Chris Voorhees | May 14, 2024

Here is another interesting  WW2 Vet bringbacks from Florida A P38 Pistol and holster alongside its capture papers allowing the US Serviceman to take it back to the USA. A mixture of small stickpins , collar insignia, a DRK aluminium belt buckle and 2 Deutsches Kreuz in Gold .Both of these are the so called…

WW2 Anti-Partisan Badge

By Chris Voorhees | May 6, 2024

Here we are pleased to show a very rare and desirable WW2 Anti-Partisan badge in Silver , this is the so called type 3 model by the prestigious firm of Juncker. Anyone who is familiar with these badges will know that due to being made of Zinc They are mostly found with very little or…

WW2 GI Souvenirs

By Chris Voorhees | May 2, 2024

  Do you have WW2 GI souvenirs for sale? Here is a fantastic US Veteran lot we just purchased from the Grandson of Joseph P. Catera,  He was a cook in the Army and also played trombone in the Army band. He was Italian and lived in Oakland when he was deployed. As you can…