Militaria is a word often used by collectors, testifying to the military activity of all countries and all times. Today, collecting militaria or military antiques is a hobby for many groups of people. Collecting military objects is a passion that requires time, patience, modesty, and solid documentation. These requirements are all the more important as objects become rarer and more difficult to access with time. However, military art is a theme of collection that still allows, according to the possibilities of each one, to find objects of first historical choice, without necessarily being inaccessible in price. Militaria still offers some periods within the reach of most collectors, especially WW2 Memorabilia, provided that you know how to get out of the periods or objects that are very popular. Militaria refers to any artifacts or replicas of military items collected for their historical significance. These antiques range from firearms, swords, knives, and other equipment. It also includes uniforms, military orders and decorations, commemorative coins and awards, buttons and insignia, military art or trench art, ephemera, scale models and toy soldiers, as well as items of combat equipment and fieldcraft. We have grouped on this page the antique stores and antique fairs known for selling militaria.