Which selling model is best for you?
If you wish to sell your coins, we can offer you a number of different options. You can start by having your coins valued free of charge. To do so, we would recommend simply making an appointment with our numismatics experts. Initial questions will be clarified over the telephone and you will receive information about the steps to be taken afterwards.
Pay us a visit
The next step that we would recommend is for you to come with your coins to our offices, which is the best place to evaluate them. This also allows you to gain an impression of us and our offices, which is useful for establishing mutual trust – so that you can rest assure that your valuables are in the very best hands. In the event that you are unable to come to our offices, we will find another solution. In the case of extensive collections and valuable material, our experts can also travel to addresses all over Germany and other european countries. Please contact us if you are interested.
Selling coins – the fast way to make money
If you prefer to sell your coins to us directly, we offer you a fixed price based on our assessment. Once you have signed the purchase agreement, you will be paid out the agreed amount right away. This means, however, that you will no longer share in the proceeds from the auction, which may reach a higher price.
Auctioning coins – the way to maximise your proceeds
If you decide to have your coins auctioned, we will work together with one goal in mind: to secure the best possible price for your coins. As your partners in high-quality numismatics, our professional marketing concept and international customer base will ensure that your coins reach the best possible price under the hammer.
Cash advance against estimated auction proceeds
If you would like to have your coins included in one of our auctions, our experts will first estimate the price that they are likely to fetch. When handing your material over to us, you can – if you so wish – request a cash advance against the estimated auction proceeds. The final settlement will then take place six weeks after the auction.
Further information on the following subjects can be found here:
How to submit material for auction
Having coins evaluated