Team News - 2023 a year in review

4th January 2024

Here is a brief insight into what Warwick & Warwick have been up to.


The company is proud to announce we have become an Employee-Owned Trust. We have made many charitable donations during the year. Claire House is one charity we have supported, and White Ribbon is another worthy charity.


We had many stamps for sale and some very interesting collections with an album of King George VI British Commonwealth stamps selling for £12,500. We featured an Indian range in March with Lot 187 selling for £17,500 and in December a fantastic Thailand collection. Check out our articles to read more!

The Model Railways Auctions were also great this year, In September we sold a rare Bassett Lowke 'Princess Coronation' electric locomotive for £4,500!

We had cigarette cards for sale and saw one of the best sets we have ever had with an Allen & Ginter’s complete set The Worlds Champions (1st) selling for a sensational £15,500!

We were in the news!



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Some of the team welcomed new family members. From the collectibles team, Jack Colchester celebrated the birth of his baby boy. Jessica Lowe, who graduated in October with a BA (Hons) degree in History and Classical Studies, bought her first fur baby, Suzie, the kitten.

We added to our team! Daniel Smith, who has a keen interest in militaria, coins, and banknotes, joined the collectibles department as a valuer. Patrick Hayes, who is the youngest team member, is interested in early covers and postal history and joined our stamp department as a valuer.

Speaking of stamps! Simon Harry became the head of the stamp department!

This has been just a small sample of news throughout the year. We look forward to an exciting year ahead and we thank our customers whose support means a great deal to us.

Keep an eye on our Twitter, Instagram and Facebook pages which will include updates of our latest auction news.

Are you thinking of selling your entire coin collection or part of it? Would you like us to value your coins and give you advice on how best to market them? Visit our coins and banknotes department page for more information or call us on 01926 499 031 and speak to a valuer.



Jessica Lowe

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