For research and consultation i use several very good websites.

World War 2 crash sites

There are many websites which can be consulted to find specific ww2 aircraft crashes. The website below is a good starting point for any crash.

Ww2 aircraft crashes on Dutch soil

http://www.studiegroepluchtoorlog.nl/



World War 2 relics

Once again for ww2 relics there are a huge amount of websites. Just google your item name/number and you will find information. A general knowledge of ww2 equipment is very handy though - this is the best way to start your search.

Forum about all axis subjects

https://forum.axishistory.com/

Dutch forum about ww2

https://wo2forum.nl/



Coins/Antiquities

On the first two websites you can find everything you want to - also with help of their members. On 'muntenbodemvondsten' you will even find a lot of links to other websites.

Dutch forum coins&antiquities

http://www.bodemvondstenwereld.nl

Dutch forum coins&antiquities

http://www.muntenbodemvondsten.nl



Site about Dutch 'Duiten' (coins)

http://www.duiten.nl

Very large collection international coins

https://colnect.com/nl/coins

Saint pendants/heiligen hangers

http://www.johnkuipers.eu/

Lead seals/Loodjes

http://www.loodjes.nl

Weights/Gewichtjes

http://www.oudegwichtjes.nl

Dutch antiquities

http://www.dutchartefacts.nl/

Dutch amateur finds registration site PAN

https://www.portable-antiquities.nl/



UK Portable Antiquities database

https://finds.org.uk/

UK detector finds

http://www.ukdfd.co.uk/