In 2015, we were assigned with the task of confirming the authenticity, provenance and rarity of Omar Bradley’s D-Day maps.  With over 200 years of combined experience in investigating rare artifacts, our team set out on this extended journey.

Just over two years later, the rarity (one of four in existence), provenance, and authenticity of the maps were validated.  We restored General Bradley’s June 6, 1944 D-Day map and the historical significance of these maps announced to the world.

We also appraised their value and asked the leading government WWII expert to confirm our findings.  Our effort was so successful we realized that few, if any, organizations in the world could match our attention to detail or deliver these spectacular results.

Historical Registry was formed: From this effort we expanded on our success to form a company offering this exceptional service to historians, governments and estates world-wide.  We have added full restoration, preservation, and security services plus a comprehensive end-to-end artifact care and certification process that is unmatched in the industry.

Collectors, Estates, museums, historical societies and government archives will benefit from this service.  Regardless if it is one item or 500 items, the end result is a thoroughly documented, validated, registered and secure artifact that will be traceable and  forever retain its value.