The WWI Antiques

There are so many military antiques, and they cover such as a wide range of areas that it is often difficult to know how to begin an antique military collection.

The best place to start is by choosing one particular collectible or one specific war to begin your collection. For example, you might concentrate on only collecting antique medals or guns. Or perhaps you will want to choose to receive only antiques from the Second World War and a particular battle or two.
An antique bayonet that looks almost new is worth more than one that is rusted through.

A well-preserved uniform is more collectible than one that is filled with moth holes and has missing buttons. However, keep in mind that if you are collecting an antique gun that is supposed to have a bayonet attached having that bayonet even if it is in poor condition will make the gun worth more than one without a knife at all.

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