I purchased your armband above and received it from you. We
have placed it into our Museum and are very happy with our purchase.
I went to your website and I have to say I was stunned to see
everything you have there for sale. I was even more stunned to
see that you are willing to donate so many items.
Our Museum is set up for the general public to tour throughout the
year but the main purpose of the Museum is bringing in school
classes and teach children about WWII, especially the Holocaust.
I find it hard to believe that there are people all over the world
claiming this never happened. Our goal is to not only to reach
the kids by talking with them but letting be "Hands On" in the
Museum with some artifacts. We have went against the advise of
some major Museums in our state to put in a Holocaust room, we were
told it was not a good idea. I don't know or care what these
people think of us adding this to our Museum, the truth must
never be forgotten. I contacted a Synagog in
Madison, Wisconsin to find out about how they felt about adding the
Holocaust room, and they were thrilled that we called and cared
enough to check with them.
So I would like to find out more about your donating? Is
either one or both of the Holocaust Uniforms pieces (Shirt and
Pants) an option, they would make for great display?
We spend anywhere from $1000.00- $2000.00 most months adding to the
Museum, now that we have found you and you have so many things that
we can be buying from you ...verses people all over the world.
There are several German Badges I am looking for that you have, so
this may be great for both of us. We just spent $1514.00 last
week with a man from Pennsylvainia. In the last two years with
him we have spent over $25000.00 with him. He is slowing down
and getting more into paper documents and I have a ton of that, so
that is when I started looking elswhere for items pertaining to the
holocaust and I found you on Gun Broker.
Well please let me know what you think I we will appreciate whatever
you decide, and look forward to having a great relationship with
you moving forward buying things for our Museum.
Thanks and Have a Great Night.
World War II History Museum.