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Funksammler Militaria was born out of a lifelong passion for collecting WW2 militaria. During his long career as a collector, Remco's focus was mainly on communication equipment and on the Normandy battles and Western front campaigns of 1944 and over the years the collection grew to include many amazing items. Remco now wants to make the collection more focussed which means he can offer some of these amazing items to other passionate collectors. Remco has used the "Funksammler" nom de plume for many years on various internet fora to share his experience of collecting and restoring Wehrmacht communications equipment.
Tommy Atkins has long been the name given to the British soldier. Called 'Tommy' by friend and foe alike, the British soldier was respected for his bravery and stoicism. With over 6 million men serving in the British armed forces in WW1 most of us have strong family links to that struggle. Tommy was more than a soldier. He was family, a friend or a neighbour risking his life in defence of his country and believing in the justice of his cause.
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Chester Medals was formed in 1990 and for nine years their main outlet was military fairs throughout the country. In 1999 they opened a website and have been successfully trading from it ever since. They still attend most military shows throughout the country. They carry a wide stock of medals and are always looking to purchase new stock.
Bellamys Militaria have been trading for many years prior to having a website but have decided now is the time to transform his business online. They specialise in selling a range of Militaria from different countries such as Britain, Germany and USA.
Covering most aspects of twentieth century Militaria Collecting but with a strong bias towards WW11, The Military Dealers website usually gets updated on a daily basis. Originally a collector, Simon is now a proud dealer and owner of The Military Dealers, whose over half customers buy from more than once.
Bosleys, formed by the partnership of long term LAPADA member Steven Bosley and Sally Bosley, has over the past 25 years established itself as one of the leading international specialist auction houses dealing with every aspect of military antiques, be it a humble soldier's uniform, a group of medals or a fine piece of Georgian campaign furniture. From its onset it has been their aim to provide both the buyer and seller with the best possible confidential service. To vendors, who often send unidentified and unresearched items, they are provided with a free service that often rectifies this;
Steven Bosley and Sally Bosley
Coldstream Military Antiques was established 40 years ago in 1978 by Steven Bosley. Steven was accepted into the prestigious London and Provincial Antique Dealers Association (LAPADA) as the first member dealing in military antiques of quality and has also been a member for several decades of the OMRS (Orders and Medals Research Society), MHS (Military Historical Society) and The Military Heraldry Society. This site offers collectors, historians and museums a rare opportunity to acquire items of military historical importance of which all are guaranteed to be genuine of the period stated.
Bulldog Militaria has been in the Military trade for over 30 years both as collectors and dealers so have built up a good general knowledge of Militaria. Their stock mainly consists of 19th and 20th century items concentrating on WW1 and WW2 but they can branch out into other conflicts.
Dear Old Blighty specialises in Original Military collectors items. Among the pages you will find rare WW1 Collectables, including uniforms, equipment, headdress and personal items, used on all fronts of this global conflict. Flying clothing and equipment spanning the full period of British Military Aviation History. British Military Campaign Medals, ephemera, equipment. etc. With over 40 years experience you can rest assured that your selected item will be original and as described.
Britton's Badges sells mainly WWII period millitary badges including sweetheart brooches, also some victorian and WWI period. They also sell vintage girl guide and scout memorabillia and other interesting badges such as railway, police,holiday camps,bbc. Steve has been both collector and dealer for over thirty five years with a wealth of experience and contacts in the trade. He specialises in british WWII millitary uniform and kit which can be found on the Britton at war website. You can often see him at local trade fairs and many millitary shows where our kit, uniform and a selection of badges are sold.
Here you will find a wide selection of militaria from both World Wars. Hampton Militaria has collected for many years German,British and other coutries military collectables.
Air Ministry Militaria sells a variety of WW2 RAF flying gear and equipment. There are some WW1 RFC and Pre War RAF items to be found and to compliment these are a range of Wartime military collectables.
Cliff Wilton founded Surrey Militaria in 2004. He's been passionate about history all his life and had an interest in Militaria since childhood. Surrey Militaria deals in genuine, high-quality militaria ranging from World War I, World War II, Soviet Union (USSR) and the present day. Cliff has more recently developed an interest in film memorabilia and vintage toys and often attends antique, vintage and militaria fairs.
Tom started collecting nearly 30 years ago with his focus being World War 2 USAAF and US Army uniforms, field gear, insignia and headgear. Living in East Anglia has certainly been an inspiration for Tom, particularly with the region’s involvement with the US 8th Air Force. As time has progressed, Tom's interests moved into the D-Day Overlord Landings in Normandy. Visiting the Normandy invasion area many times has gradually shifted his collection into World War 2 RAF and British and US Airborne items. With a growing collection and an increasing obsession, Harris Militaria was born! The website holds a diverse stock from the First World War up to the Present Day. It specialises in Allied militaria – this relating to the Allies of World War 2.
David Clift is the owner of Para Classics ltd, which has been trading since 1995. They trade mainly in militaria of all types and they try to purchase unusual and rare items. As time has gone on they now also trade in toys silver jewellery cameras collectables and vintage items. Para Classic ltd does lots of different trade shows, ie Ardingly. Malvern flea and Malvern Military shows. Kempton military shows. Birmingham military show at the motorcycle museum. Chatham historic dockyard. They also have a large room in Serendipity a shop and tea room in Fleet in Hampshire.