Jenny Stapleton
11th October 2018

  It is with deep sadness and regret that we must announce that our dear friend and colleague Jenny Stapleton passed away on Saturday 6th October 2018. Jenny was the friendly...

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Warwick & Warwick Celebrates new arrival
11th October 2018

Congratulations from everybody at Warwick & Warwick to Sian Gosling from our Chester accounts office who gave birth to her 2nd child last week. Ralphi Jame was born at 2am on the 2nd of October weighing 9lb 12oz, mother and baby are doing well. ...

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Rare Chinese Wang-Ho Bank of the Republic Banknote to be offered in our 17th October 2018 auction.
27th September 2018

Lot 382 in our 17th October 2018 auction is this rare Chinese The Wang-Ho Bank of the Republic, Military Bank-Note, dated 1912, One Dollar Local Currency, with serial number 18748. It measures 142mm by 97mm. The obverse is printed with green ink, the reverse with brown over a green under print. The obverse is ...

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Another happy customer!
27th September 2018

We always appreciate feedback from our customers but we especially enjoy receiving thanks for a job well done! This happy customer from Rushden, who sold his postcard collection through one of our s...

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Charity donation to Help for Heroes
24th September 2018

We are pleased to announce that we have made another donation to charity, this time to Help for Heroes.   Lot 807 in our 15 August 2018 Coins, Medals, Milita...

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Rare Mulready Multiple in the October Stamp Auction
6th September 2018

Unused muliples of Mulready letter sheets and envelopes are extremely rare and a multiple of 3 unguillotined 2d envelopes has recently been reported to us.   ...

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Scarce 1936 Palestine Military Medal group in 17th October Medal Auction
30th August 2018

A scarce 1936 Military Medal group to Pte Thomas Kelly 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers is offered in our 17th October 2018 medal auction with an estimate of £2,000. ...

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Warwick & Warwick Customers raise £975 for Charities.
30th August 2018

We are excited to announce that the customers and vendors of Warwick & Warwick have raised £575 for Claire House Children’s Hospice, £200 For Children Today and £200 for Alzheimer’s Research UK, in our recent sales. The lots included collections of modest value properties, combined ...

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Fantastic Scottish banknote collection to be offered in our 15th August 2018 auction.
8th August 2018

A fantastic collection of Scottish banknotes is to be offered in our 15th August 2018 auction. Collected over a number of years, Lots 407 to 500 contain collections, individual examples of banknotes in high grades and also unusual Specimen banknotes.   Highlights include: - ...

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The ‘Paris’ collection of France Specialised
6th August 2018

    Our September 5th stamp auction includes the balance of the ‘Paris’ collection of specialised Frenc...

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Titanic card sells for £8,600
24th July 2018

The postcard mailed from Titanic survivor, Sarah Daniels, written when she was on board the ship and posted from Queenstown, in Ireland, failed to sell in the 18 July auction. However a private treaty sale has subsequently been negotiated with a private buyer from the south of England. The selling price was £8,600....

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“Wish you were here” message from the Titanic
18th July 2018

A postcard mailed from the doomed liner “Titanic” is for auction in the Warwick and Warwick postcard auction of July 18. The lot description is as follows. ...

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Footballs Coming (to your) Home?
15th June 2018

On the 18th June England will officially kick start their World Cup campaign. Gareth Southgate’s men will line up vs Tunisia in the Volgograd Arena, the weight of a thousand football clichés on their shoulders. The previous tournament ended in tears after England’s return from Brazil came al...

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Warwick & Warwick’s very successful Wrenn OO gauge sale on the 16th May 2018.
23rd May 2018

A large Wrenn OO gauge collection was the highlight of the recent Collectables auction at Warwick & Warwick auctioneers. Over 90% of the Wrenn lots were sold on Wednesday 16th May, realising over £22,000. The ‘star’ of the Wrenn sale was Lot 910, a mint and boxed LNER grey 4489 Woodcock loco...

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Early May Bank Holiday Opening Times
7th May 2018

  Please be aware that our offices will be closed for the Early May Bank Holiday on Monday 7th May 2018. We will be open again as normal at 9.00am...

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1961 Tristan Relief Fund: The story behind the overprints
26th April 2018

The worlds remotest inhabited island – Tristan da Cunha – which sits 2,400 kilometres from its nearest continental land mass experienced nature at its full force in October 1961. The volcanic eruption of Queen Mary’s peak forced the evacuation of Tristan da Cunha’s entire population of 264. The ev...

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British Somaliland in our May Stamp Auction
24th April 2018

The area of British Somaliland had often been unruly but was seen by the British as strategically important for their interests in the Suez Canal and Aden.  Control of the area was eventually passed to the Foreign Office and in 1901 the Indian Government responded to a request for an emergency issue of stamp...

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Major Wrenn OO gauge collection to be auctioned by Warwick & Warwick on the 16th May 2018.
17th April 2018

One of the most comprehensive Wrenn OO gauge collections will feature in the Wednesday 16th May Collectables auction at Warwick & Warwick auctioneers. Over 100 Wrenn lots, many mint and boxed, are available to suit all model railway enthusiasts’ budgets. Amongst the lots offered for sale are ...

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Is your 2p coin really worth a fortune?
12th April 2018

  There has been a great deal of media hype regarding the value of 2 pence pieces recently and consequently we have received a great deal of interest from the genera...

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A fine collection of Anglo Boer War items are in 18th April Medals & Militaria Auction
6th April 2018

A fine collection of medals, militaria, postcards, photos etc will offered for sale in our 18th April 2018 medal and militaria auction, with varying estimates. Lot 17 in the medal section is an 1899 QSA 4 clasps Cape Colony, Wepener, Transvaal, Wittebergen, to 3573 Pte J. Heathcote, Royal Scots. This i...

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Easter Opening Times
4th April 2018

Please be aware that our offices will be closed for the Easter holidays on Friday 30th March 2018 and Monday 2nd April 2018. Consequently viewing for our ...

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20th Century salvage sovereign in 18th April Coin Auction
19th March 2018

A 1912 sovereign salvaged from the wreck of the SS Egypt is offered in our 18th April 2018 coin auction with an estimate of £500.   ...

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Found an unusual £2, £1 or 50p coin in your pocket change?
5th March 2018

Over the past few months we have been receiving a large number of calls from members of the public who have been finding unusual £2, £1 or 50p coins in their pocket change. A variety have been m...

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Rare Postcard Mailed from St Kilda
2nd March 2018

 A postcard of and from the most remote part of Great Britain features in our auction on 21 March. It is from St Kilda, an archipelago of granitic rocks, 40 miles west of No...

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Put the auction on ice! Postcards from the South Pole
28th February 2018

A piece of British history from Robert Falcon Scott’s 1910-13 “Terra Nova” Expedition is available in our upcoming March stamp sale. Pieced together by collector Charles Stevens, lot 162 tells Scott’s fascinating tale using incredible first-hand pieces of postal history. The first postcard...

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Falkland Island collection in March stamp auction
21st February 2018

Stamps of the Falkland Is & Dependencies are one of the most popular areas with buyers at our stamp auctions. This small windswept archipelago, just off the South American coast, holds a special interest for stamp collectors. Our March 7th stamp auction provides an opportunity to purchase some rare and unusua...

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Specimen banknotes to be offered in our 21st February 2018 auction
7th February 2018

A selection of scarce specimen banknotes are to be offed in our 21st February 2018 auction. This East African Currency Board 1964 issue, punch hole cancelled specimen set of 4, with ‘SPECIMEN’ in red printed on both sides and housed in a De la Rue, London leather type presentation folder is...

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A look at our February stamp sale
30th January 2018

As part of our February stamp sale in the BC section we have a very good collection of QV-KGV FU split down into country and individual lots. These have been collected over many years with “an eye for scarcity and good condition”. The lots include GB Used in Ascension lot 152 ...

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Rare Boer War Hinckley Tribute Watch in 21st February Medal Auction
26th January 2018

A rare Boer War silver tribute pocket watch is offered in our 21st February 2018 medal and militaria auction with an estimate of £250. ...

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Important WW1 battle date casualties in 21st February Medal Auction
26th January 2018

A collection of WW1 casualty medals from iconic and important battle dates is offered in our 21st February 2018 medal and militaria auction. The date of death of a medal recipient can have a significant bearing on the medals value and what a collector is prepared to pay. The first day of the Battle of ...

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Warwick & Warwick Customers raise £440 for Children’s Charity.
22nd January 2018

We are excited to announce that the customers and vendors of Warwick & Warwick have raised £440 for Claire House Children’s Hospice, in our recent sales. The lots included collections of modest value properties, combined together, to form a saleable lot for charity. We would like to extend a warm tha...

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China’s most expensive Artist appears at Warwick and Warwick
21st December 2017

In a recent auction at the Poly International auction house in Beijing, traditional master artist and calligrapher Qi Baishi (1864-1957) set a new record for the highest price paid for a Chinese artist's work sold at auction. His twelve panel set of ink-brush paintings sold for $141 million (£105 million) to an und...

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