Here at Warwick & Warwick, we are proud of our reputation as one of the biggest and best auctioneers of collectables in the UK.
Boasting a team of experienced experts with specialist knowledge of coins, stamps, medals, banknotes, vintage toys, diecast models and more; we hold 24 collectable auctions every year – all of which attract interest from buyers around the world.
Whether you want to add an item to your cherished collection or purchase a specialist piece of memorabilia, we’re sure to have a unique item of history that stirs your interest.
Take a look below and discover all of our collectables auctions UK dates now!
All world stamp auctions are usually held monthly, starting at 12 noon. The dates of this year’s sales are:
Public auctions of GB and world coins and banknotes, medals, orders and militaria are held six times a year, starting at 12 noon. Discover the dates of our upcoming sales here:
Our public collectables auctions of postcards, cigarette cards, 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:
From time to time, single vendor collectables auctions are held in addition and are usually held on the same day as a general sale.
All sales take place in the Ballroom of the Court House, Jury Street, Warwick, CV34 4EW. The Court House is located on the south side of Jury Street, at the intersection of Castle Street, which is where the entrance is actually located.
Disabled access is available and arrangements can be made in advance by calling 01926 499031.
Because it is also the Tourist Information Centre, it can be located on most maps marked with an ‘I’.
The nearest public car parks are:
To view any item in our collectables auctions, simply visit our Warwick premises as the sales are too large to transport to the auction venue. All viewing dates are detailed on the relevant department page.
There is no need to attend our collectables auctions in person to make a bid, as commission bids can be placed in advance of the sale by telephone, post, fax, email or via our online bidding facility.
If you have any technical problems with either registering your bidder ID or bidding online, please send us an email or call our IT department on 01926 499031.