One of the great things about military antiques is that there is such a wide range of types of military antiques. You have British Empire, British Military, Czech, French, German, Japanese, Russian, Scottish, Spanish, Swedish and Unites States Military. Then the styles are in a wide arrangement, there is Ammunitition, Edged Weapons, Field gear, Gun Parts, Helmets, Holsters, Machine Guns, Military Books, Flags and Maps.
Here are some examples of the best of the best military antiques. For the British Empire there are the antique guns, the martini Henry, Ancient Cannons, British Muskets, Brunswick Rifles, Empire Edged Weapons, Enfield Style Rifle, Sharps' Rifles, Sniper Rifle and Nepalese Cache.
In the United States Military Antiques, you can find United States Machine Guns, 40mm BOFORS, 81mm Mortar, United States Ammo, United States Artillery, Civil War, Edged Equipment, Field Gear, Grenades, Holsters, Navy, Rifles and even Uniforms.
Russian Military antiques include a DP-28 LMG, Russian Artillery, Issue Equipment and Russian Maxim MG. Germany also has a big military antique following. Some of their big items are Decals, Flare Guns, Flags, Gun Magazines, Luger, uniforms, 98k Mauser, Badges and Pennants, German Afrikakorp and more.
One of the most popular individual items to collect are the American Civil War antiques, there are so many things to choose from. There are the 19th century Steel Sabers Scabbard, The British P-1853 Three Band Enfield Rifle, the P-1842 .75 Percussion Musket Ram Rod, a Civil War Cap Box, A Civil War Confederate Cavalry Officer Sword, Infantry Back pack and the Civil War Kepi that belonged to a Confederate solider and a Kepi worn by the Union Infantry.
Anything that Civil War buffs and antique collectors can find it is a bonus. The civil war was many years ago and yet there still is a lot of antiques out there. It really is amazing how military equipments such as some of the things we have mentioned have existed many years ago and some have managed to be restored and other have the a great antique look.
If you are a military collector, antique collector or you specialize in a specific country's military, there are plenty of items still available.
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