Coins

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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We offer a free valuation service every Tuesday, 10am-4pm at our saleroom, strictly by appointment, as well as events in other venues.

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Mark Hannam

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Our September auction is now available to view...

Live auctions back in August

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Highlights from our June sale

Highlights from our April auction

Our April auction catalogue is now live

We would love to see your lots

Valuations days are back

Selling gold sovereigns at auction

Our Christmas Auction is now LIVE

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WE ARE BACK AND BUSY

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Our next auction

The October Sale Including Decades of Design : Thursday 14 October 2021

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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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