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Searching for a coin to add to your collection or a medal for decorative purposes, our auctions have something to suit everyone.
Collecting coins for their artistic value can be traced back to the 14th century and this pastime is still as popular today as it was then. Our auctions offer a wide variety of collectors’ coins including examples from ancient Greece and Rome, rare coins, minted coins, bullion coins and commemorative coins dedicated to Royal occasions and military anniversaries. Numismatic enthusiasts often see tangible long-term rewards for their collecting endeavours. If you are looking to sell collectors coins, coin valuations can be arranged at our weekly valuation day at Clifton House.
Cheffins auctions regularly feature militaria and medals of varying rarity, value, condition and notoriety. Commemorative medals, military medals or medals for bravery are always of interest to collectors, institutions and museums, whilst antique weapons, armour and uniforms as well as other regalia continues to be popular with our global audience.
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View a selection of items sold at recent Cheffins Fine Art auctions.
A cased pair of percussion pocket pistols,
A Royal Navy Vice-Admiral uniform by Gieves Ltd.,
A 19th century mace with basket hilt,
A gold proof commemorative coin for 'The last scheduled flight of Concorde' (2003),
A trio of Second World War medals,
A collection of Russian and other orders and medals, including,
Henry VI, King of England and France (1422-53) gold Salut d'Or, second issue from 1423, standing
Edward III (1327-1377) gold Noble, 7.7g, Calais mint, the crowned king standing facing in ship
Artworks, furniture and objects from some of the biggest names in 20th century design went under the hammer.
'Orange Dahlias in a Vase' was sold to a collector from Italy
With record prices now being achieved for these iconic chairs designed by the late Lord Snowdon in 1969, Martin Millard takes a closer look at their appeal.
Considered the Clarice Cliff of furniture-making, this one-woman designer became the tastemaker of the 1930s. Martin Millard tells the story and details Betty Joel items available at the next Art & Design Sale.
As an affordable alternative to original artwork, signed prints and lithographs have come into their own with a new generation of collectors, Brett Tryner gives us the lowdown.