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Collectors of German war memorabilia are not usually looking to glorify the Nazi’s war crimes, but indulging in a fascination for the Germans’ well-recognized military prowess.
“The German collectibles market is the biggest in the world. A lot of German designers were very artistic and their badges have a lot of effort put into them. The Iron Crosses were always made of silver and iron even during the last month of the war,” he says.
A document with a facsimile of Hitler signature is worth up to $300; Iron Crosses can go for $500.
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