SO FAR IN our news we’ve resisted writing about D-Day Airborne relics largely as they seem to be well covered everywhere else. We’ve all seen the Hollywood portrayals of the beach landings in Saving Private Ryan and Band of Brothers and go to any military event and there seems to be no shortage of enthusiastic … Read more5 Picks of D-Day Paratrooper Militaria
VISIT ANY COUNTRY house in England, and you are sure to find an armoury or furnishings with relics of the English Civil Wars. Over time many of these great armouries have been dispursed, and new relics have surfaced which means for the collector interested in this period there are a great range of civil war … Read more5 Top Picks of English Civil War Relics
MANY MILITARIA collectors focus on a particular conflict or period simply because of aesthetics. Take for example WW2 German militaria. There is no doubt the engineering, design and manufacturing prowess of Germany as a nation was and still is unmatched and this is evident in the look and design of their military equipment. Antiques from … Read more5 Tips for Collecting the Napoleonic Wars
ONE OF THE REASONS for building a militaria collection is that simply owning a piece of military history gives you pleasure. It can also make sense to acquire pieces as investments. Keeping a tradition for the start of the year, here are our personal predictions as to what could be a good buy during 2013. … Read moreOur Top 5 Militaria Predictions for 2013
COLLECTORS KNOW that Great War relics are considered special not only because they bear witness to the first total war, but because in many cases they represent the life of the ordinary British Tommy and illustrate what it was like for the ordinary man fighting this war. Tommy Atkins. The popular moniker given to the … Read moreTop Picks of WW1 British Tommy Militaria
It’s a fact. Once relatively lowly priced and overlooked World War Two collectables, perhaps even considered worthless in their time, are now fetching considerable prices today, prices previously reserved only for the finest ancient arms and armour. Whilst the majority of the WW2 collectables market is made up of very affordable pieces, there is a … Read moreTop 10 Most Expensive WW2 Collectables Sold
A tight reign on spending is rule number one in a recession, but there are clearly a number of advantages of advancing your militaria collection during hard times. A recession can drive lower prices, as well as more militaria on the market. Here are some questions to ask yourself that help you make that decision … Read moreAsk yourself this when Buying Militaria in a Recession
IN OUR CONTINUING quest to make WARSTUFF your #1 marketplace for militaria and war relics, we’ve rolled out a host of service updates focus on enhancing your buying and selling experience. Here’s the low down on the latest set of changes we have implemented. Help section updated It’s fair to say our Help section was a … Read moreThere are some NEW marketplace features this month, check them out!
FIRST WORLD WAR relics are considered to be special not only because they bear witness to the event of a first ‘total war’ in which 20th century technology clashed with 19th Century tactics, but because in many cases they represent the first example of military technology still in use today, such as the modern steel … Read moreTop 5 Picks of WW1 Steel Helmets
HERE IS A HOT TIP for militaria collectors who want to get in on a fast emerging opportunity. Start collecting Vietnam War U.S. militaria. Start now. Why collect the Vietnam War? Like all wars it was controversial and brutal, but due to a limited purpose, fighting for a negotiated peace rather than all out victory … Read moreHot tip: Collect Vietnam War Relics. Now.