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    • Medieval armour

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    • Military equipment of the Early Modern era

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    • Plate armour

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    • Militaria

    • Militaria are artifacts or replicas of military, police, etc., collected for their historical significance. Such antiques include firearms, swords, knives, and other equipment such as uniforms, military orders and decorations and insignia. An alternate name, used by many dealers, for militaria is 'military antiquities' ... Read »


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    • Alexander Autographs

    • Alexander Autographs is an auctioneer of historic militaria, autographs, manuscripts, relics, and other collectibles. Based in Chesapeake City, Maryland, the auction house first opened its doors to bidders in 1993. Patrons can attend auctions in the traditional floor style in the company's Maryland offices, or they can ... Read »


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    • Army Ants (toy line)

    • Army Ants are a discontinued fantasy toy soldier line from Hasbro in much the same venue as the M.U.S.C.L.E. and Monster in My Pocket lines. It featured an army of humanoid ants. Released in 1987, Army Ants were originally released in "squadrons" (sets) of three or eight figures, set on card-backed blister packs. The ... Read »


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    • Aviator sunglasses

    • Aviator sunglasses are a style of sunglasses that were developed by Bausch & Lomb. The original Bausch & Lomb design is now marketed as Ray-Ban Aviators, although other manufacturers also produce aviator style sunglasses. They are characterised by dark, often reflective lenses having an area two or three times the ... Read »


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    • Britains Deetail

    • Britains Deetail toy soldiers were a popular product for retail stores in England in the 1970s and 1980s. Manufactured in England by W. Britain, they were plastic figures on Zamak metal bases; an idea to keep the soldiers from falling down. In the early 1990s production moved to China. Britains still manufacture some ... Read »


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    • Dimestore soldiers

    • Dimestore soldiers are a name first given by collector and author Don Pielin to American made toy soldiers sold individually in five and dime stores from the 1930s to the 1950s before being replaced by plastic toy soldiers called army men. Though most figures were hollowcast metal, composition and plastic dimestore fig ... Read »


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    • Dog tag

    • "Dog tags" is an informal term for the identification tags worn by military personnel, because of their resemblance to animal registration tags. The tags are primarily used for the identification of dead and wounded soldiers; they have personal info about the soldiers and convey essential basic medical information, suc ... Read »


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    • Craig Gottlieb

    • Craig Gottlieb (born 1971) is an American militaria and antique dealer, writer and historian. A regular on History Channel's television program Pawn Stars, Gottlieb is known for uncovering notable military artifacts, including Adolf Hitler's desk set, on which the 1938 Munich Agreement was signed,Benito Mussolini's hat ... Read »


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    • Houghton Hall

    • Coordinates: 52°49′37″N 0°39′27″E / 52.82690°N 0.65760°E / 52.82690; 0.65760 Houghton Hall (/ˈhaʊtən/ HOW-tən) is a country house just north of Houghton in Norfolk, England. It is the home of David Cholmondeley, 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley. It was built f ... Read »


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    • International Military Antiques

    • International Military Antiques, Inc, based in Gillette, New Jersey, is one of the largest seller of military collectibles in the world. It was founded in 1981 by Christian Cranmer. His son Alex joined him in 2004. The National Geographic Channel has created a television series about the company titled Family Guns. S ... Read »


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    • Jon Phillips Armor Collection

    • The Jon Phillips Armor Collection is a private collection of armored vehicles owned by Jon "Welderbeast" Phillips, a mobile welder and World War II vehicle hobbyist from Hoo, England. The collection includes a replica Panzerkampfwagen III, a restored original Sturmgeschütz III Ausf. D, and a restored Volkswagen Schw ... Read »


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    • Military surplus

    • Military surplus are goods, usually matériel, that are sold or otherwise disposed of when no longer needed by the military. Entrepreneurs often buy these goods and resell them at surplus stores. Usually the goods sold by the military are clothing, equipment, and tools of a generally useful nature, as well as embroid ... Read »


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    • Nazi memorabilia

    • Nazi memorabilia are items of Nazi origin that are collected by museums and private individuals. Much of it comes from soldiers who collected small items as trophies during the Second World War. Examples of Nazi memorabilia including attachments swastika flags, items with Nazi emblems such as SS daggers, Nazi-era ... Read »


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    • Shadow box

    • A shadow box is an enclosed glass-front display case containing an object or objects presented in a thematic grouping with artistic or personal significance. The grouping of the objects and the depth effect created by their relative heights from the backing creates a dramatic visual result. While shadow boxes have ... Read »


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    • Surplus store

    • A surplus store or disposals store in the British Commonwealth sells items that are used, or purchased but unused, and no longer needed. The surplus is often military, government or industrial excess often called army-navy stores or war surplus stores in the USA. A surplus store may also sell items that are past their ... Read »


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    • Tin soldier

    • Tin soldiers are miniature figures of toy soldiers that are very popular in the world of collecting. They can be bought finished or in a raw state to be hand-painted. They are generally made of pewter, tin, lead, other metals or plastic. Often very elaborate scale models of battle scenes, known as dioramas, are created ... Read »


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    • Toy soldier

    • A toy soldier is a miniature figurine that represents a soldier. The term applies to depictions of uniformed military personnel from all eras, and includes knights, cowboys, pirates, samurais, and other subjects that involve combat-related themes. Toy soldiers vary from simple playthings to highly realistic and detaile ... Read »


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    • War and Peace Revival

    • The War and Peace Revival (until 2012 the War and Peace Show) is the world's largest military vehicle show plus militaria collectors fair and living history re-enactments from the World War One to more recent conflicts. It is held annually over several days (usually in late July) at the Hop Farm Country Park, Kent, Eng ... Read »


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    • Warbird

    • A warbird is any vintage military aircraft now operated by civilian organizations and individuals or, in some instances, by historic arms of military forces, such as the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, the RAAF Museum Historic Flight and the South African Air Force Museum Historic Flight. Restored warbirds are a fr ... Read »


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    • The Wheatcroft Collection

    • The Wheatcroft Collection in the United Kingdom is a large and important collection of historical softskin and armoured military vehicles. It is one of the largest private collection of military vehicles in the world. The collection has around 200 items, including more than 130 vehicles, of which 88 are tanks. The ... Read »


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