Public, all-world stamp auctions are usually held monthly, starting at 12 noon. The dates of our upcoming sales are as follows:

  • April 5th 2017
  • May 3rd 2017
  • June 7th 2017
  • July 5th 2017
  • August 2nd 2017
  • September 6th 2017
  • October 4th 2017
  • November 1st 2017
  • December 6th 2017

Public auctions of GB and world coins and banknotes, medals, orders and militaria are held six times a year, starting at 12 noon. The dates of our upcoming sales are as follows:

  • April 19th 2017
  • June 21st 2017
  • August 16th 2017
  • October 18th 2017
  • December 13th 2017

Public auctions of postcards, cigarette and trade cards, toys, die-cast models and model railways are held six times a year, starting at 12 noon. The dates of our upcoming sales are as follow:

  • March 15th 2017
  • May 17th 2017
  • July 19th 2017
  • September 20th 2017
  • November 15th 2017

From time to time single vendor auctions are held in addition to the above general sales and are usually held on the same day as a general sale.

All sales take place in the Ballroom of the Court House, Jury St. Warwick CV34 4EW. The Court House is located on the south side of Jury Street, at the intersection of Castle Street. It is also the Tourist Information Centre and is located on most maps with an “i”. It does not have a car park and the nearest public car parks are in New Street CV34 4RX, Linen Street CV34 4DT, St Nicholas Park CV34 4QY and West Rock CV34 4XQ. For further car parks and charging details, click here. The entrance to the Ballroom, the venue for the auction, is in Castle St. There is disabled access. Please phone the office and arrangements can be made in advance. The nearest railway station is Warwick Town and the nearest large international airport is Birmingham. For directions please visit our Contact Us page.

Public viewing for all of our auctions is held at our own premises, the sales being too large to transport to the auction venue. Viewing dates are detailed on the relevant Department page. Account settlement and lot allocation takes place progressively at our premises whilst the auction continues, so as soon as the section which interests you has been knocked down, you can pay and collect your lots without waiting for the end of the sale.

There is no need to attend an auction in person, as commission bids can be placed in advance of the sale via our online facility, or by telephone, mail, fax or e-mail. For further details please visit our Online Catalogue.

If you have any technical problems with either registering your bidder ID or bidding online, please feel free to call and speak to our I.T. department, or send us an email.