When your coins, medals or banknotes are offered in a Morton & Eden auction, you are ensuring that they will be expertly catalogued, marketed internationally, and presented to best advantage. We are proud to hold a number of world records for objects we have sold in the past.

Selling your property through us is a very easy process.

In the first place, please send us clear images and details of the items you are thinking of selling. You can write, phone, email, or use the form below. We will then contact you with an initial assessment, which we are pleased to provide free of charge. The next step is for you to send them or bring them to our offices, when we can examine what you have and give you an auction estimate. We are open from Monday to Friday, 10.00am to 5.00pm.

When we see the pieces themselves we will suggest auction estimates and reserve prices for them, confirm your seller’s commission rate, and issue a receipt. Once the receipt has been issued, your property will be fully insured while on our premises until the auction takes place. We then prepare online and printed auction catalogues, and will write or email around 3-4 weeks before the sale to confirm the lot numbers, estimates, and reserve prices of your pieces.

You are very welcome to attend the sale itself to see your lots sold, and our auctions are held in Sotheby’s galleries. Alternatively, you can watch the auction live online, or wait to receive your sale results by email or letter.

Thirty-five days after the sale date we will then remit payment (nett of our commission and VAT as applicable), and will write again giving a detailed schedule of all charges and fees.

If the items have been imported from overseas it is your responsibility to comply with all regulations and procedures regarding export and import. Please contact us if you have any questions about this, and we will be happy to advise you.

If you have any further questions, or would like to discuss your pieces first or wish to make an appointment, feel free to contact us.