Yes, there are collectors of WW2 artifacts. How about trying eBay? Yes. There are regular Militaria Shows that are held in various places in the US. You can walk in and sale your items to a Dealer. I'm a member of a local Militaria Collector's Club. We meet once a month and buy and sale for fun and also show off our latest finds. If you have questions about your item, try this website Forum. They ONLY deal with US Military items----no German or Japanese. (But there are some exceptions if the item was brought home with a US soldier's name on it.) You can ask about your item or read the forum to learn more of the value of them. Link: www.usmilitariaforum.com NOTE: If you have items from one Veteran, it is advisable to keep the collection together. This tells a story and makes them worth more. Collectors hate it when a collection is broken up. They like to have a uniform with a soldier's name on the laundry tag and his medals with his name engraved and maybe a photo of him wearing it, etc., etc. PLEASE keep this in mind. It will make the collection bring more money, too.
Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979 (A+)
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Because they are rare and entertaining to collectors.
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It means that it is a burial site and should be left alone. Removing artifacts or bones from a mound is a Federal Crime. Anyone caught selling these items will be prosecuted and end up in prison.
Depends on whom you're selling it to, the condition it is in, and the year it was released
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I would take it to your closest coin collector and let him look at it. Take it to at least 2 collectors and see what they say. If you are thinking of selling it take it to multiple collectors and find the one that will give the most.
That depends on the particular contact.
They usually purchase them from collectors that are selling their colletions. The also watch estate sales and auctions for good deals.
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If you're selling to collectors, 150$ is a good price, but if you just want it of your hands, 80 is a generous price
He is selling fake religious artifacts to the gullible. He admits that he has kept payments intended to go to the church as indulgences (payments for charitable works intended as penitence for sins).
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