Top 5 Militaria Predictions 2013, Militaria Spotlight and More!
Posted: January 2013 | Author: Paul | Newsletter

LAST YEAR we had the largest number of militaria buyers and sellers join todate! We also made some big changes to WARSTUFF in 2012, including going Premium, a brand-new dashboard, additions to our buying and selling processes and improvements across the site. Thank you for your support - we are determined to ensure we repay you with a better than ever service in 2013.

Without further ado, here is our first militaria news digest of the year.

Our Top 5 Militaria Predictions for 2013

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. Inline with a tradition, here are our personal predictions as to what could be a good buy during the year ahead.


Top Picks of WW1 British Tommy Militaria, Militaria Spotlight and More!
Posted: November 2012 | Author: John | Newsletter

THIS MONTH marked the 94th Remembrance Sunday since the First World War ended. Even though there are no living veterans to give their accounts first hand, the Great War and the stories surrounding it are a continuing source of fascination for the public.

Over the years there has been plenty of literature and study devoted to the soldiers’ experiences, the history, politics and the technology. But there are relatively few collectors guides detailing the items that were part of a British Tommy’s life every day in the trenches. 

With this in mind, here is our November Militaria News digest for you to enjoy.

Top 5 Picks of WW1 British Tommy Militaria

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.

Most Expensive WW2 Militaria, Militaria Spotlight and More!
Posted: October 2012 | Author: Paul | Newsletter

A LARGER THAN ever number of subscribers joined us from the United States this month, perhaps helped by John Adams-Graf, Editor of the excellent Military Trader Magazine describing our service as "The post-eBay venue for militaria entrepreneurs." Welcome to all our new members.

This week it was officially announced the UK is out of recession. Of course we’ve got some work to do to make the economy grow, but in the spirit of the good news and since our last newsletter was all about buying militaria in a recession, what better inspiration to formulate your militaria collecting aspirations than reflecting on some of the most expensive World War 2 collectable items ever sold.

Here is our October Militaria News digest for you to enjoy.

Top 10 Most Expensive WW2 Items Sold

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. 




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