Our coin department is overseen by Mark, who has over 30 years in Numismatics and is a personally a keen collector. The department has sold currency, coins, tokens, paper money and related objects from Celtic to Elizabeth II and Rome to England, even recently selling a 20 pence piece for £70. Read more

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Fieldings house coins record - a 1893 impaired proof specimen set of ten silver and gold coins, selling for £21,000.

Mark's most memorable find – a collection shipwrecked coins and Spanish pillar dollars, dating to late 17th Century, found in a shoe box in an attic locally.

Mark's dream find – a London minted gold Roman Aureus of Allectus or Carausius.

Victoria - A 1887 impaired proof Golden Jubilee set of eleven gold and silver coins,sold £18,600

Edward VII - 1 A 1902 gold and silver proof specimen set of thirteen coins, sold £4,700

Danish - A 20 Kroner gold coin dated 1913, sold £3,700

Victoria - An 1887 Jubilee specimen set, £3,600

Roman Republic - C.Serveilius 127BC denarius, seven others and a coin or Artabanus II, sold £500

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