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Christmas Purchases – more wanted

Recently bought items include a rare wide suspender Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal to a Gunner of the Royal Marines Artillery. He served on HMS Termagant and the medal came with a Baltic Medal. This is an eagerly sought after medal and we have a long waiting list of collectors who are putting...

What an Auction House will not do.

This vendor got far more than expected because we valued the collection and will seek to find a single collector who will take this wonderful lot and develop the whole story. We paid in excess of £1000.00 for this extensive and important lot. Direct from the immediate family of the recipient we are...

Not just Medal Buyers why not to use Auction

We are always very keen to buy memorabilia, badges, militaria, photographs and ephemera that support medals and medal groups. These items help us to build the story of individuals and help us to find the right collector who will eventually own and treasure new items. The following lots were sold at an...

Very Fine WW2 Gallantry Medal Group

We are extremely proud that this site enabled us to buy this very fine World War 2 medal group. We differ from other buyers as we do not dismiss or decry medal groups when they were won by the main Corps rather than Line Regiments or the more supposedly glamourous Regiments. We are pleased to offer top money...

Recently bought in

Recently bought in through this simple to use site. HMS BULLDOG MID WW2 Medal Group 1939/45 Star, Atlantic Star, Africa Star (NORTH AFRICA 1942-43), Burma Star, War Medal with M.I.D. Oakleaf Emblem, Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (GVIR). With Original Mentioned In Despatches Certificate. This...

Sell my Medals

If are thinking of selling your medals, or your collection of medals, please get in touch with us for a quick and totally open and fair deal. We will pay top money and treat you with respect and not use any of the regular tactics used by other dealers looking to get you to send in your medals “for...

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