People

Charles Webb

Charles Webb has worked with Thomas Del Mar at 25 Blythe Road since 2013. 

Charles’s interest in uniform started when he was at school and continued through his degree in Modern History at Oxford and his career in the army.  On leaving the army, he joined the Militaria department of Christie’s South Kensington, which was shortly afterwards transferred to Spink & Son.  Charles has overseen the sale of a number of distinguished collections and rarities, including a hatchment from Lord Nelson's funeral car, the coronet and coronation robe of the Duchess of Connaught, a presentation sword to King Zog of Albania, a helmet of the Madras Horse Artillery, and the massive Goiris-Verhoef Collection of European Militaria.

He became a Military Knight of Windsor in 2004 and lives in Windsor Castle.