The following testimonials were provided by satisfied consignors to our auctions over the last two years.



“Sovereign Rarities provided an excellent service when I decided to sell a rare coin I found with my metal detector. They put a great deal of time and effort into researching a previously unseen piece, calling on experts from around the world for their knowledge and opinions. I particularly appreciated that there was always someone available for me to talk to throughout the process, as it was all new to me. The auction sale itself was very well publicised, again drawing international attention, and the final outcome was a fantastic £28,000 hammer price - several times the £5-8k estimate! No seller fees to pay either. A great result”.

- James, consigned April 2021


Bermuda, Sommer Islands Company, 'Hogge Money' token or coin, c17th-18th century.

Price Realised inc. BP: £33,600 




“So far this year I have consigned coins to the Sovereign Rarities Auction on three occasions. The service is efficient. The advice of Robert Parkinson, Senior Numismatist, has proved very sound. My first such sale entailed parting with a Una and the Lion 2019 Two-Ounce Gold Proof that I had bought from the Royal Mint. A very favourable transaction; more money to put back into coins!” 

-Anonymous, consigned 2021-2022


Elizabeth II (1952-), gold proof £200, Una and the Lion, 2019

Price Realised inc. BP: £60,000 




“My consignments were very well marketed and presented by Sovereign, resulting in some strong realisations. Many coins significantly exceeded my already optimistic expectations, with my 1847 Gothic Crown bringing £28,000 - four times the high estimate. Prompt payment too!” 

-Anonymous, consigned 2021-2022


Victoria (1847-1901), silver proof Gothic Crown, plain edge

Price Realised inc. BP: £33,600 




"Sovereign Rarities’ ‘Ides of March’ auction provided an excellent opportunity to sell a necklace of Roman coins containing of a very rare Brutus 'Ides  of March' Denarius. The descriptions and photographs were very comprehensive and I particularly loved how the historical events behind the coin were described, along with the humour that, ”unfortunately - and somewhat ironically  -  it is Brutus's coin which bears the most stab wounds!” , a reference to the holes that unfortunately pierced the coin. Amazingly, the coins realised significantly more than had been anticipated due, I am sure, to the publicity and personal interest shown by the people who worked at Sovereign Rarities. Thanks to all concerned."

- Sue, consigned March 2022


Brutus with L. Plaetorius Caestianus, silver 'Eid Mar' Denarius, c.43-44 BC

Price realised inc. BP: £36,000


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Over a century of collective numismatic experience in ancient, world, historic and modern British coins and commemorative medals.

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We do not charge our vendors for listing their coins in one of our record-breaking sales, giving you the entirety of the hammer price realised. For the very best coins, we can offer additional special terms. Get in contact for more details.

Track record of excellence
Experience cataloguing and selling some of the finest collections and individual coins of the last three decades, including the Edward VIII pattern Crown and Sovereign, Charles II 1662 Petition Crown, and many more.

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