Bosleys is a specialist militaria and medals auction house based in Staffordshire.

Previously located in Marlow, it was formed by LAPADA dealer Steven Bosley and Sally Bosley. It moved to its current saleroom in Stafford in 2020.


The Polish eagle has landed in badge form

30 October 2023

Among recent paratrooper items that impressed at auction, this Polish badge with combat wreath doubled the top estimate at Bosleys to take £4000 from a UK online private buyer.


Bidders jump to attention for Paratrooper gear

30 October 2023

Airborne forces memorabilia is usually a winner at auction but especially when it’s an early example


The key to value when it comes to selling Waterloo Medals

30 January 2023

With 39,000 of these campaign honours given out, which ones can generate extra demand and achieve higher prices?


Bosleys moves auction from Marlow to Staffordshire and launches new sale format

16 March 2020

Bosleys has launched a new format for its auctions, including a move from Marlow to Staffordshire.


Household Cavalry blades in demand

12 August 2019

The collecting of English military swords is a science in itself.


Boer War group puts the boot in

15 July 2019

An “extremely rare” grouping of military items including a British 1899 issue leather hobnail boot with a shrapnel hole sold for £6500 at a Buckinghamshire auction on July 3.


Badges of distinction

16 April 2018

Military badges offered at Bosleys provided a good snapshot of a niche collecting area.


The SAS – from the man who designed the badge

16 April 2018

Even in the hugely popular world of SAS medal collecting, where extraordinary deeds and great stories are taken as read, every now and again a consignment will come along with that ‘wow’ factor.