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14 October 2021
The Top Five Results of Künker’s Auction Sales 351-354
We know that prices on the numismatic market have been skyrocketing for several months, especially regarding pieces that combine two characteristics: perfect quality and a provenance that can be traced far …
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14 October 2021
Rare Spanish Medals and Coins in Cayón’s E-Auction
Cayón Subastas is offering almost 900 lots in their new E-Auction 78, which will close on 26th October 2021, beginning at 1 PM (Madrid, Spain). The sale includes ancient, world and Spanish …
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14 October 2021
In the summer of 2021 the legendary Double Eagle 1933 with its phenomenal provenance was sold for US $18.9 million and has been taken to be the world’s most expensive coin ever since. Coin collectors know: When it comes to …
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14 October 2021
Recently, at the Rhine……
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14 October 2021
During an open session meeting on 19th January 2021, the ANA Board of Governors honored the wishes of nearly 20 past Farran Zerbe Memorial Award winners by voting to remove Zerbe’s name from the ANA’s highest honor after the 2021 …
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14 October 2021
For a long time, historians have told the history of the world from a Eurocentric perspective. The same can surely be said about the history of money. From a Western perspective, it always appeared to be a fairly linear development: …
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14 October 2021
A new die variety of California Fractional Gold Dollar has been discovered by Ken Glickman, an avid collector and researcher of California Fractional Gold for more than two decades. The new variety has been confirmed by California Fractional Gold specialists …
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14 October 2021
As a company for “iron and sheet metal construction”, Gräbener Pressensysteme was entered in the local commercial register in Siegen, Germany, on 6th October 1921. 100 years later, the company enjoys an excellent reputation worldwide, especially as a specialist for …
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14 October 2021
The Bank of England announced on the 29th September 2021 they will be withdrawing legal tender status of the paper-printed £20 and £50 notes from the 30th September 2022. Following on the release of polymer-printed banknotes of the same denominations …
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14 October 2021
The United States Mint officially announced the designs for the 2022 American Innovation $1 Coin Program. This multi-year series that started in 2018 honors innovation and innovators by issuing $1 coins for each of the 50 states, the District of …
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Our London office serves the United Kingdom, accepting consignments for fine art, coins, comics, movie posters, and dozens of other categories. Whether you are looking to deaccession duplicate items or sell your entire collection, contact the world’s largest collectables auctioneer to find out how to market your items to a global audience.
Opened in 2017, Heritage Auctions' UK auction house is located in Shepherd Market, tucked away in the heart of London's Mayfair district. The office serves as a convenient point of contact for clients throughout the United Kingdom and worldwide. The staff both accepts consignments and allows collection of auction purchases, creating a seamless experience for Heritage’s UK clients, no matter the auction location. Our valuation specialists can assess the authenticity of your items and provide their expert opinion on achieving the best prices at auction. Please contact the office for an auction evaluation or to discuss how Heritage can help further your collection.
+44 (0)207 493 0498
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Sara Balbi has a great passion for the Arts and Culture. From Italy, she has a strong background in Art History, with a particular interest in Contemporary Art and Creative Digital Marketing. Sara holds a MA Degree with Merit in Visual Arts Management and Curating at Richmond, The American International University in London and has previously graduated in Art History and Cultural Heritage at Universita' Statale di Milano.
Her working experience includes several art organizations in both Milan and London, including ‘La Triennale’ Design and Art Museum, and ‘LAPADA, the Art and Antiques Fair’. Sara is the first point of contact at the London office and always strives to inform, help and solve any issue with a smile and impeccable customer service.
All lots are strictly graded by the Auctioneers. At the end of each lot, in brackets, is an estimate of what, in the Auctioneer's opinion, a lot may make. This is neither a reserve nor a guarantee of the value.
A buyers premium of 17% will be added to the hammer price of each lot.
Viewing of Lots
Lots will be available to view at the Bracknell Grange Hotel, by appointment at our offices in Kent, and at coin shows we attend in the midlands and Yorkshire please see the current catalogue for details or contact us. We always show a variety of lots at The Cedar Court Hotel coins show in Wakefield the last Sunday of the month prior to the sale, but you should contact us to ensure we will be bringing the lots you wish to view.
Please see our related page New To Auctions and if you are attending the sale for the first time please bring proof of your address and ID.
All lots are offered genuine (unless stated) and have been authenticated by ourselves. If any items are later proven to be not authentic we will take them back and issue a full refund. We are members of the British Numismatic Trade Association whose members must follow strict guidelines concerning authenticity and returns. Third party graded and encapsulated coins ("slabbed" coins) have authenticity guarantees from the grading company concerned.
The following bid steps will be adhered to at the auctioneers discretion.
From 0 - Â£50 Â£2 steps
From Â£50 - Â£100 Â£5 steps
From Â£100 - Â£200 Â£10 steps
From Â£200 - Â£500 Â£20 steps.
We do not accept verbal bids shouted out in the room that are not in line with these steps.
From Â£500 - Â£1000 Â£50 steps
From Â£1,000 - Â£2,000 Â£100 steps
From Â£2,000 - Â£5,000 Â£200 steps.
From Â£5,000 - Â£10,000 Â£500 steps
From Â£10,000 - Â£20,000 Â£1,000 steps
From Â£20,000 - Â£100,000 Â£2,000 steps.
For lots that are being bid for above Â£500 we do accept a "CUT" bid. In this case a bidder may state "CUT" which means the bidder wishes to bid at half the normal bid step, however this is then the bidder's last bid and no further bids will be taken from the bidder.
If you wish to make a bid outside of these steps then you may submit a written bid.
Written and Proxy Bids
We reserve the right to round down bids that are less than 5% increment over our published bid steps. So bids such as Â£101 , Â£1,005, Â£10,010 may be rounded down to Â£100 Â£1,000 and Â£10,000 respectively, this can mean that a bid that has been received prior to any rounded bid that was at the normal bid step can take preference.
If you are not attending the sale you may contact us prior to the sale with any bids you would like us to action.
As part of our continuing program of quality improvement, it will be our policy regardless of the method of communication used (post, email, fax or phone) to return to each bidder a list of the bids we have entered into our system. We can receive up to 5,000 individual bids prior to each sale, they are input twice, the second time by a different operative by way of verification, but we believe it may still be useful for bidders to receive feedback of what bids from them we have input.
This service will allow each bidder to verify we have processed the bids correctly, and also, in the rare event of post or electronic communication going astray, the absence of a returned notification could indicate that the bids have not been input and may not have been received by us.
Therefore, if within 5 working days from receipt of your bids you have received no notification, we strongly recommend you contact us to query the safe receipt of the bids.
London Coins Ltd (Bids)
4-6 Upper Street South
New Ash Green
Kent DA3 8JJ
Contact 01474 871 464
09:30 to 16:30
Fax to 01474 872 173
If you are not already registered with us, we will need your name and mailing address. All bids must include the lot number and the maximum in pounds sterling that you wish to bid. This does not mean that you will pay the maximum, you will pay the next bidding step up from the under bidder.
IMPORTANT: Our office closes at 17.00 GMT on the day before the sale. Bids received by FAX after this time are likely NOT to be entered.
We endeavour to always keep our postal bidders satisfied with accurate descriptions and realistic estimates based on our many years experience as dealers and auctioneers. Please note that it is not our policy to accept returns of bulk or partially described lots. We do not accept the return of single lots if, were we to re-enter them, we would use exactly the same description as we did initially. Where single coins are offered in internationally known third party grading company's holders PCGS, NGC, PMG and the UK's LCGS we will not accept the return of such lots where we have described them as graded by these third party graders. 28 days after the sale our books are closed and no refunds will be made for any reason, and no returns accepted.
We offer an efficient worldwide postal service at cost and items are despatched after payment is received. Please allow 21 days for delivery. Alternatively, items can be collected from our office by appointment or where practical from coin shows.
Payment Methods Accepted
We accept the following payment methods:
Cash Payments are subject to maximum limits imposed by law.
UK Cheque - made payable to London Coins Ltd
We accept debit cards.
We do not accept credit cards.
US Dollar Cheque - made payable to Stephen Lockett
We will be happy to provide further information on buying, selling, or any other issues or queries you may have and can be contacted on 01474 871 464
Public Auction General Information
All lots in this catalogue will be offered by public auction on the dates advertise d. All lots are strictly graded by the auctioneers. At the end of
each lot in brackets is an estimate of what, in the auctioneerâs opinion, a lot may make. This is neither a reserve nor a guarantee of the value.
A buyerâs premium of 17.00% will be added to the hammer price of each lot.
Postal, fax, email and telephone bids are welcomed. Postal bids should be sent to:
LONDON COINS (BIDS)
4-6 UPPER STREET SOUTH
NEW ASH GREEN
A bid sheet is enclosed for your convenience.
For telephone bids contact+ 00 44 (0) 1474 87 1464, Mon-Fri between the hours of 9.30 am and 4.30 pm British time, for FAX bids contact +
00 44 (0) 14 74 872 173, Email to [email protected] anytime acknowledgement of all email bids will be made.
Internet web site www.londonco ins.co.uk
We endeavour to always keep our postal bidders satisfied with accurate descriptions and realistic estimates based on our many yearsâ experience as dealers and auctioneers.
Please note that it is not our policy to accept returns of bulk or partially described lots. We do not accept the return of single lots if, were we to re-enter them, we would use exactly the same description as we did initially. Where single coins are offered in internationally known third party gradin g company's holders PCGS, NGC, PMG, AN ACS and the UK's LCGS we will not accept the return of such lots where we have described them as graded by these third party graders . 28 days after the sale our books are closed and no refunds will be made for any reason, and no returns accepted.
We offer an efficient worldwide postal service at no extra cost (we pass on our costs only). Items are despatched after payment is made, please allow 21 days for delivery. Alternatively, items may be collected from the above address, or where practical at the shows we attend (see website).
Bidding steps will be at the auctioneer's discretion.
We will be happy to provide further information on buying, selling or any other issues or queries you may have and can be contacted on +00 44 (0) 1474 87 1464
As part of our continuing programme of quality improvement, it is our policy irregardless of the method of communication to us (post, email, fax or phone) to return to each bidder a list of the bids we have entered into our system. We believe this will produce several benefits and prevent several potential problems. We can receive up to 5,000 individual bids prior to each sale, they are input twice, the second time by a different operative by way of verification, but we believe it may still be useful for bidders to receive feedback of what bids from them we have input.
This new service will allow each bidder to verify we have processed the bids correctly, and also, in the rare event of post or electronic communication going astray, the absence of a returned notification could indicate that the bids have not been input and may not have been received by us.
Therefore if within 5 working days from receipt of your bids you have received no notification, we strongly recommend you contact us to query the safe receipt of the bids.
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