British commando lot

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Admiral Donutz
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British commando lot

Post by Admiral Donutz » 23 May 2003 10:22

A friend of my son has a Commando knife that was his Grandfathers. It is engraved with his name & with it are some letters from the POW camp that he was in. The letters are on german headed paper & there is also I am told some document/s referring to his attempted escape.

Obviously the boy would not want to part with these items but he does want to insure them. (priceless to the owner but.......)
Could anyone give me some idea of the present market value of a lot like this or point me in the direction of someone who might specialise in this kind of item?

Thanks

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