The top 10 WW1 medals and other medals being sold by customers to Vintage Cash Cow

Come and see how much other people are making from their WW1 medals and other medals


Sell your WW1 medals and other medals for a fast and easy payment

Customers all over the country are making fast and easy money from their WW1 medals, other medals and many other things with Vintage Cash Cow.

Recent medals we've bought from people just like you

Have you got WW1 medals and other medals like our other customers? Here's some of the pieces our customers have been cashing in on recently.

Air crew europe star

Air Crew Europe Star Medal

Adding these to your box will boost your cash offer. Start today for free
A masonic medal in box

Boxed Medals

Sell your medals whether they are boxed or not. We accept them in all conditions. Sign up for free to cash in.
A group of fraternity medals

Fraternity Medals

Sell medals from any fraternity - Odd Fellows, Masons, R.A.O.B, we'll buy them all. Try our free secure courier service.
Italy star medal

Italy Star Medal

Send your Italy star to our vintage expert for a free appraisal and cash offer
A collection of masonic medals

Masonic Medals

No matter the lodge, the age or condition of the medal, you can get a free valuation by signing up today.
A group of medals with wartime paperwork

Medals With Papers

Medals with papers are often worth more. Send us any papers you have for your medals to increase the value of your parcel.
A group of military brooches

Military Brooches

We buy military brooches from any country and any period. Get started to see how much you can make.
Inter allied victory medal

USA Inter-Allied Victory 1917-1919 Medal

Even if your medals don't have ribbons or papers you can send them to us for a cash offer.
A group of ww1 medals

WW1 Medals

Wondering what to do with your WW1 medals? Sign up for free to exchange them for cash.
A group of ww2 medals

WW2 Medals

Our experts have been buying medals for over 50 years. Sign up for free to get the best price for your medals.

How to cash in on your WW1 medals and other medals

If you've got WW1 medals and other medals then it's time to get your free Vintage Cash Cow pack and start selling.

You may even have old and unused gold items, gold plated items, ladies watches, medals, silver items and silver plated items. We buy all these things and so much more so get your pack now.

Other popular items people are selling


Gold Items

Gold Plated Items

Ladies Watches

Medals

Silver Items

Silver Plated Items


Recent payouts to other people in the UK

Anna S Newcastle upon Tyne £85
David M Wolverhampton £82
David W Kingston upon Hull £352
Elizabeth G Hereford £55
Keith C Ripon £105
Margaret M Ripon £68
Murray H Lancaster £95
Susan M Lancaster £50
Thelma W London £177
Zelda F Plymouth £126

Reviews from people who've used the service

As one of the highest rated companies on TrustPilot, we're proud to show off what our customers have been saying about us.

Stephanie
Excellent service
Communication efficient, responsive and friendly, with a good attitude. Very easy to use and no postage costs. Estimated value is sent by text; you can accept offer or refuse. Would recommend to family and friends.
Susie
Vintage Cash Cow - efficient and excellent!
I can only speak from my own first experience but I was amazed how quickly Vintage Cash Cow assessed what I'd sent and advised me of the amount they'd pay. I accepted their offer and the money was put into my bank account immediately! I'll be sending more items now they've proved how efficient and helpful they are! All staff I've spoken to - or had email correspondence with - have been excellent!
Margarete
Service
Was so surprised at the quick valuation,and the even quicker transfer of funds
Iain Burrows
items sold
great service
Mrs. michele pickering
service
Excellent service from start to finish,would highly recommend would definitely use again..
Gray
very good
i was very pleased with the speed inwitch you handled are parcel and iwould reccomend my freinds

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