|Arian Trading is a small private company specialising in the purchase and sale of collectors weapons of all kinds mainly from the period 1850 to 1900. They specialise particularly in pistols and rifles of this period with an accent on vintage shotguns up to 1910. (I've known George since about 1990, and shared a stand with him at the London Antique Arms Fair, Heathrow)|
|Rod Akeroyd & Son: Fine antique arms & armour|
A long-established company dealing with all aspects of the antique arms and militaria business, with extensive stock catering for most tastes, from the novice collector to the more serious investor. (I've known Rod since about the 1970s.)
Thousands of maps of all countries in the world, dating from the 16th century to the beginning of the 20th century, all at reasonable prices. (Simon is an old school friend - back to the 1960s! - and a highly reliable individual.)
|Turner Donovan Military Books|
Turner Donovan Military Books offers the world's finest selection of rare and out-of-print books on British military history from 1800 to 1945. (I've known Brian since the 1970s - a very knowledgeable and academic guy.)
|Grenadier Militaria (Toronto, Canada)|
A specialist in British and Canadian militaria and associated books. I've known David since the 1980s as a collector and dealer, and I've always found him thoroughly reliable and with a great fund of knowledge on his subject.
|Spoils of War|
I've known David as a good client since the late 1990s. His personal specialised interest is in 18th-century smallswords and American Civil War swords, with a more than passing knowledge of 19th-century percussion revolvers. Always has a good stock of cased English percussion revolvers.