AN ACT OF REMEMBRANCE

Military and collectables specialist Adam Inglut has seen interest in Special Auction Services’ military sales take off in the last five years. Jane Hall finds out more

 A COLLECTION OF COCKPIT DIALS AND GAUGES WILL BE SOLD AT SPECIAL AUCTION SERVICES' COLLECTORS AUCTION ON JUNE 22, 2021
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“E very item that comes in belonged to someone. It doesn’t matter if it’s a cap badge or a bayonet, it will have a story attached to it, whether it’s one we know about or one that has been lost to the mists of time,” says Adam Inglut, who is a militaria cataloguer and photographer at Special Auction Services (SAS).

“The two world wars have shaped the world as we know it today, and it is that historical context I find so fascinating.”

Inglut joined Special Auction Services in 2008 as a porter, and worked his way up to helping catalogue the antiques and fine art sales. His real passion was militaria, and although it was only a small part of SAS’ offering at that time, he was hooked – not because he is from a military background or glorifying war, but almost as an act of remembrance.

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