Coins, Medallions & Tokens

 

 

 

Sworders coin department conducts two specialist sales per year dedicated to coins, banknotes, medallions, and tokens.

Within these sales you will find coins from Roman and Anglo Saxon Britain, hammered coins from the reigns of Henry II to Charles II, and milled coins from the reigns of Charles II to the present day. We also include historical commemorative medals, banknotes, and trade tokens of the 17th and 18th centuries.

Offering a broad range for the keen numismatic collector, with coins suitable for the novice beginner to the specialist collector. From single items to single owner collections, Sworders have the specialists and facilities to ensure that your items realise their full potential.

Results & Highlights

Our specialists

Our specialists hold regular valuation days. Please contact us for more information, or complete the online form to enquire about the valuation of your items. 

Tony Salani

Tony Salani
Coins & Musical Instruments Specialist

T: 01279 817778
E: tonysalani@sworder.co.uk

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