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Militaria Spanning Multiple Wars, Generations to Cross Block at Mohawk Arms Sale (6/11/14)
This monumental German Second World War Reichstag National Culture Gobelin tapestry, measuring 11 feet, 10 inches by 10 feet, 2 inches, is expected to be the top lot in Mohawk Arms’ Auction #71, a live and internet auction that ends June 13-14. It carries a presale estimate of $25,000.BOUCKVILLE, N.Y. – A spectacular German Second World War tapestry that could have hung in the Reichstag building in Berlin, … More >>


Auction of Civil War Items and Reenactment of the Battle of Okolona Slated for Feb. 22 (2/19/14)
Civil War cannonOKOLONA, Miss. – A reenactment of the Battle of Okolona in Mississippi—a pivotal event in the Civil War, a victory … More >>


Imperial Russian Garde Du Corps Officer’s Helmet Hammers for $17,050 At Mohawk (1/24/14)
imperial helmetBOUCKVILLE, N.Y. – An Imperial Russian Garde du Corps officer’s helmet, made circa 1900-1917 and in overall excellent condition, with … More >>


American G.I.’s Trove of Third Reich Military Relics to lead Mohawk Arms Auction (12/4/13)
SBOUCKVILLE, N.Y. – A trove of German Third Reich military relics acquired by an American G.I. in the Second World … More >>


Collecting U.S. Naval Uniforms from the Second World War (2/28/13)
Seabee uniformWhen I was younger, we used to have this debate: If you were in combat in the Second World War, … More >>


Collecting U.S. Army Uniforms from the Korea Conflict, ‘The Forgotten War’ (11/5/12)
IMG_1030They call it “the forgotten war”, but in the strictest sense, it wasn’t a war at all. More than 36,000 … More >>


Some Uniform Guidelines to Starting a U.S. Military Uniform Collection (9/24/12)
IMG_0975We recently received a large shipment of consignment items from one of our German customers. Among the items of note … More >>


The Birth of a Collector (9/4/08)
MikeI was talking with my friend Mike Bockman, a militaria dealer and owner of BBmilitaria.com, when we got on the subject of the Niobrara River that runs across the Northern part of Nebraska. I had canoed this river several times in Boy Scouts and Mike had canoed it with his family when he was young. More >>


Hello Beijing! (9/4/08)
Gentleman wearing a 1950s MA-1 Flight Jacket After spending over 15 hours on a to jet to Beijing, my rubber legs ambled off the plane, through customs, towards the baggage carousel, where I waited to be reunited with my luggage. I was not too groggy to notice the gigantic Kentucky Fried Chicken mural and chuckle over its absurdity. Across the airport, I saw a man wearing something that caught my eye. More >>


WWII Inland Paratrooper Liner: A Treasure Found in an Unlikely Place (8/26/08)
Early Inland Unpainted HardwareOf all WWII US Airborne military collectibles, Original helmets are one of the hardest items to obtain for a collection. There were three main types used in WWII. A fiber (cardboard) liner was used early on. This was soon replaced by high pressure (fiberglass) liners made by Inland and Westinghouse. More >>


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