MilitariaMarket Arundel (4)

Militaria

Militaria

How trade works

Whether you are buying or selling war arms and antiques, you will find it advantageous when negotiating with dealers to understand how things work.

One observation of the Antiques marketplace, is the gulf between what the consumer expects from an Antiques dealer, and what the average Antiques dealer believes he should provide for the consumer. These differences are based on trust. The consumers hope they can trust the Antiques dealer to give them an honest appraisal and pay a fair price. The average dealer feels it is right to pay the lowest price he can for his stock, to maximize his profit, and that it is up to the consumer to have done their homework.

Fortunately, by finding our website, WW2buyer.com, you will be on a much better footing when negotiating with war Antiques dealers.

Militaria: A sound investment to be considered?

Experienced traders and collectors understand that military ”memorabilia” has proven to be a great hedge against inflation. Investors who may have started collecting just for the thrill of it frequently realise a generous return when they come to sell.

In WW2buyer.com, who is the acquisitions website for The Militaria Market situated beside Arundel castle in West Sussexwe believe that an item or a collection will enhance our display so we will pay you accordingly. However, we are not always looking for a quick return on our invested money, ours is a lifelong project.

What makes militaria dealers like WW2buyer different?

Unlike auctioneers and web based dealers, we are not just wholesalers or middlemen. We host a wide range of fascinating historic items which are offered for sale from our large museum themed showrooms. It’s a permanent military exhibition one which is enjoyed by thousands of visitors each year.

Come and browse in the museum like atmosphere, speak to the experts and trade in your collecting sphere. There is always room for more dealers so if you are interested in getting on board please contact us here!

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