Coins, Bank Notes & Postage Stamps

Next Auction

Tuesday, April 28 at 14pm

ABOUT THIS CATEGORY

The auction features a wide selection of American and World coins, bank notes, and stamps, including proof sets and many rarities.

SELL IN THIS AUCTION

Our specialists are always available to discuss the sale of a single object or an entire collection. To have your property evaluated for possible consignment you may:

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Mail photographs along with a print out of the Photo Submission Form.

Or call 212-427-2730

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RECENT AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS

The October 27 sale of Coins, Bank Notes & Stamps achieves $500,000! Surpasses pre-sale estimate!

SPECIALIST

Norman Scrivener

Norman Scrivener
Consultant
212-427-4141, ext 260
Coins@DoyleNewYork.com

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Born and educated in England, Norman Scrivener began his philatelic career in 1962 with the prestigious London stamp auctioneers, H. R. Harmer Ltd., and in 1964 transferred to their New York office. After eight years he joined the world-renowned firm of Stanley Gibbons International, where he established a New York branch and created their first public stamp auction in the United States. At this time he obtained his New York City auctioneers license. After a short period with Greg Manning Auctions, again helping to establish their philatelic auctions, Mr. Scrivener established his own business in 1976. Through the years, it has expanded to include rare coins, autographs and early sports cards, and memorabilia. Additionally, he has built strong relationships with an ever-increasing number of trust and estate professionals who confidently rely on his expertise in these areas.


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