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Sabre Militaria 

 

PO Box 72 Mudgeeraba QLD Australia 4213
Sales@SabreHQ.com Tel:1300 731 381 / 61 7 5530 5522
  

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July 8, 2018

Sabre has recently acquired trench art galore, and the assortment now for sale in the trench art section of the site includes some truly unique and beautiful pieces.

Mostly Australian WW1 and WW2 trench art, but also some British and European items.

The trench art for sa...

March 25, 2018

Interesting pieces of Japanese Samurai Armour and Tsuba of the Edo Period

Now 16th, 17th or 18th Century Japanese Samurai artefacts are not something that we usually handle, but recently we managed to acquire some cool pieces.

Whilst not complete or highly elaborate piec...

March 25, 2018

Brisbane and The Gold Coast are great regions for lovers of militaria

South East QLD has a great variety of military museums, collections and historical associations that offer living history and events.

The area is also filled with fascinating military and heritage muse...

January 4, 2018

WW1 AIF Australian Light Horse Slouch Hats for Sale

The Light Horse Slouch hat with its turned up side and distinctive Emu Feather Plume has to be one of the world’s most unusual items of military uniform.

Sabre Militaria is proud to offer for sale WW1 AIF Light Horse sl...

January 3, 2018

WW1 (World War One) Australian Medals for Sale

Sabre is fortunate to have been appointed by an established collector of WW1 and WW2 Australian medal groups.

Whilst we are of the opinion that medal groups are best placed with families and museums, the reality is that ther...

April 15, 2017

These are the WW1 medals for Pte George Victor Russell Williams 22 Bn AIF who fought in WW1, reinlisted for WW2 and died on Active Service in WW2 aged 48, as V4972 Sapper GVR Williams RAE.  He is listed on AWM Roll of Honour.

When researching this soldier one of the fir...

April 11, 2017

The collecting of militaria / military collectables in Australia is typically associated with First and Second World War memorabilia, but the times are changing.

There is increasing respect and recognition of Australian military deployments in peace keeping and war figh...

April 9, 2017

There is often a great deal of stigma and controversy around the collecting of any German WW2 Third Reich / Nazi era militaria.  The reasons for this whilst obvious, also serve to tar many honest collectors with the same brush as political extremists.

For many the addit...