WW2 Military Consignments


Collection Liquidations

Oakleaf Militaria welcomes consigned authentic military antiques for sale. Whether you are selling your entire collection or a single item, let Oakleaf Militaria, Inc. represent your interests. Sooner or later we all (or our families) will all be faced with having to sell our collections. This might be the result of any of the "big three" - Death, Divorce or Taxes or you may simply want to reduce your debt. When considering liquidation or a single sale, let Oakleaf represent your collection to the collecting community.

Selling your collection can be frustrating and time consuming for you (or your estate). It can also be painfully expensive to your estate if not handled properly.

With Oakleaf's experience, I will work with you in determining market value and optimizing the return on your investment. There is no "up-front " fee. When considering the asking price of a piece for consignment, please consider that Oakleaf Militaria will be responsible for research, evaluation, writing the description, photography and the cost of running a business (including taxes). Effective May 21, 2018 Oakleaf's commission structure is :

Consigned articles with a value less than $1,000. - $25%

Consigned articles with a value of $1001 - $2500. - $20 %

Consigned articles with a value of $2501. + - $10%

This policy statement applies only to new consignments tendered as of the policy effective date. Consignments with a value greater than $2500. will be subject to the buyer's premium of 10%. Additional charges for credit card and shipping remain unchanged. which is included in our listed price or the negotiated selling price. Oakleaf Miltaria may purchase the item once market value is determined.

Once your consignment is sold, you will be paid either with cash payment, bank wire transfer or by company check. Please allow time for the purchaser's ten (10) day inspection and return privileges. For consignments containing multiple items, payments will be aggregated rather than sent separately.

Thank you,

Kristian Anderson