Auction house for coins, medals, stamps and decorations.
The official website of the Swissmint.
Switzerland's first virtual catalogue of coins and banknotes.
International Auctions for stamps & coins.
The museum has made its complete collection available online and offers many materials and information concerning money: audiobooks, brochures, books and much more.
Berlin's oldest producing firm has a history of over 725 years and strucks euro coins as well as private medals.
Coin shop in Düsseldorf helps to tap into interesting field of the collections and as a special limited edition collections service it provides genuine coins from antiquity to the present day in the Ritter collection system.
Germany's oldest coin shop. The company's history dates back to the year 1870. Its name stands for professionalism, expertise on the latest research, awareness of the tradition and discretion.
The company has a wholesale and bullion department and conducts online and floor auctions.
Heidelberger Münzhandlung was founded in 1989 and is renowned for its reputable dealing with coins and precious metals and for coin auctions with international participants.
MA-Shops is an online platform where some 200 specialist dealers offer more than 400,000 coins, medals and orders. The offers are being updated hourly.
The Munich-based firm Gerhard Hirsch Nachfolger was founded more than 125 years ago. Since the 1980s the firm has complemented classical numismatics with ancient art. Every year four auctions are held in February, May, September and November.
Foundend in 1970 in Gießen the coin shop is based in Munich sind 1978. Today it does not only deal with coins and medals but with ancient art objects, too.
Traditional coin shop near to the cathedral in Munich offers a wide stock from ancient to modern coins as well as precious metals. Publicly certified and sworn-in expert for coins from medieval to modern times.
Coin auctions and gold business based in 1971 in Osnabrück. A family company with tradition and principles has over 10,000 clients worldwide and is one of the European market leaders in the auction field.
An online platform for dealers and auction houses.
German bank with a coin cabinet of around 2,000 pieces. Purchases, sells and evaluates collections.
Baldwin has dealt with coins since 1872. Additionally the firm holds international coin auctions since 1993.
Launchend in 2011 Stack's Bowers Galleries originates from Stack's, the oldest rare coin auction and retail company in America and Bowers, auctioneers of rare coins and paper money.
Associations of Coin Dealers
International Association of Professional Numismatists / Association Internationale des Numismates Professionels
Swiss platform for coin enthusiasts.
Federation of European Numismatic Trade Associations
BNTA: the British Numismatic Trade Association
The International Numismatic Council / Conseil international de numismatique supports numismatists, organises congresses and publishes two periodicals.
Numismatic Collections and Money Museums
The collection started with a donation from Archduke Johann has grown over the centuries, and now includes around 70,000 items. It is the second largest public numismatic collection in Austria.
Experience minting technology in the museum of Hall mint where taler and dollar originate from.
The coin cabinet of Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna is one of the five largest and most important coin collections in the world.
The coin collection of the Austrian National Bank.
The coin cabinet has put online parts of its collection.
The coin collection in the Nickle Arts Museum at the University of Calgary is one of the most important in Canada.
The largest and most complete collection of Canadian bank notes, coins, and money-related artifacts in the world.
More than 60,000 objects comprising around 12,000 medals predominantly from the Renaissance but also from more recent times.
The numismatic collection contains 80,000 objects from the 6th century BC to the present.
Everything about gold!
Permanent and special exhibitions on coins and monetary history.
Numismatic collection of objects related to the canton and its history.
Museum of Historical Shares and Bonds
Best collection of Greek coins in Switzerland.
One of the first virtual museums for the history of money and currency beside the "real" museum which offers many pedagogical projects, too.
The coin cabinet focuses on Swiss coins of which it possesses arguably the largest number in the world.
500,000 objects makes the Berlin Coin cabinet one of the biggest worldwide.
Here you can search one of the largest coin collections of the world online!
You can browse through the digital coin cabinet consisting primarily of Roman coins.
The LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn has more than 100,000 coins, scales, coin dies and medals and thus belongs to the world's largest collection in the Rhineland embossed and found means of payment and medals.
Comprising 300,000 objects the coin cabinet Dresden is one of the largest universal collections of Europe.
The Köhler-Osbar Collection is composed not only of ancient and Chinese coins but possesses also premonetary forms of money and objects used instead of money like the so-called Siamese porcelain tokens.
Money Museum of the Deutsche Bundesbank shows the fascinating world of monetary and foreign exchange policy and offers an introduction to the history of money.
There is a remarkable coin cabinet in Schloss Friedenstein in Gotha.
Besides of other objects the museum illustrates Hamburg's changeful history with coins and medals.
The Kestner Museum of cultural history show also a coin cabinet comprising primarily ancient and medieval issues.
Due to the former personal union between Hannover and the kingdom of Great Britain (1714-1837) the coin cabinet focuses on coins from Lower Saxony, Great Britain and Ireland.
The history of the region Baden and the Mediterranean cultures stand in the centre of the museum's attention. Amongst others it possesses also a coin cabinet.
This collection consists of appr. 300,000 coins, medals, banknotes, security papers and cameos. The focus is laid on antiquity, Bavaria, and medals.
The Germanisches Nationalmuseum is one of the biggest cultural history museums of the German language area. The collection of the coin cabinet comprises the period from the 8th and 9th century to the present.
With about 8000 Greek and 6000 Roman coins the Coin Cabinet got its focus in antiquity.There are also about 2000 medieval and modern coins, 3000 medals and a large number of other numismatic objects.
The National Museum is Denmark’s largest museum of cultural history. Its Royal Collection of Coins and Medals consists of over half a million objects including all Danish coins since the 18th century.
The collection of the Numismatic Cabinet of Catalonia is formed by over 135,000 pieces.
The principal numismatic series are represented here with coins dating from the 6th century BC to the present day as well as medals, valuable papers, tokens, scales, dies and decorations.
The origins of the Mint Museum go back to the eighteenth century and the collection of the Chief Engraver Tomás Francisco Prieto. The focus is on coins minted on the Iberian Peninsula.
The museum keeps an important collection of ancient and Ibero-American coins but it has been closed for a longer time due to renovations. Nevertheless, you may browse the collections of the Coin Cabinet in the DOMUS online catalogue.
The museum was founded in 1927 as a scientific institution for the preservation, research and dissemination of the Valencian archaeological heritage and keeps also a numismatic collection.
The numismatic collection consists of over 50,000 objects and is - after Paris - the second largest of its kind in France.
The coin cabinet consists of 20,000 pieces including ancient coins, series of the Grand Masters of the Order of St John in Malta, of the Popes in Avignon, and a comprehensive numismatic library.
Le Musée Dobrée - the Museum of Art, Archaeology and History - opened its doors for the first time in 1899.
Containing almost 600,000 coins and medals, the BnF’s numismatics collections provide a complete overview of the history of money, from its invention in Lydia in the early 6th century B.C. to the present day.
After the death of Joseph Puig, a rich merchant and great coin collector, his apartment became a numismatic museum, presetning his collections and the Catalan Documentation Center.
The Coin Cabinet's collection of the National Museum of Finland includes money from all over the world over a period of more than 2500 years. However, the main part of the collection consists of the Swedish and Russian Money, which formerly was used in Finland.
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts possesses one of Europe’s finest collections of Byzantine coins.
In 1968 the Fitzwilliam Museum was described as one of the greatest art collections of the nation and a monument of the first importance.Its coin cabinett embraces money in many different forms, from all parts of the world and spanning ancient to modern times, as well as medals since their origin in the Renaissance.
The coin cabinett of National Museum of Wales includes over 1,200 of the finest specimens from ancient times to the present, with five main areas of strength: celtic coins, Greek and Roman coins, coins of England and the British Isles, tokens, banknotes of Welsh, and commemorative medals and awards, relating to Wales.
The Hunterian houses one of the world’s great coin collections, containing 70,000 coins, medals, tokens and related objects.
The collection of the Department of Coins and Medals of the British Museum spans the history of coinage from its origins in the seventh century BC to the present day, and related material such as coin weights, tokens and money boxes.
The Museum of London tells the story of the world’s greatest city and its people. It cares for more than two million objects in its collections and attracts over 400,000 visitors per year. It holds the largest archaeological archive in Europe.
The collection, which now numbers 76,000 items, is particularly rich in Greek and Roman coins, and there are extensive series from mainland Europe, India and the Far East. There are also good representatives of British coins and tokens, European and English medallions, and a large number of Manchester-related items.
The Heberden Coin Room is now one of the leading international coin cabinets, with particular strengths in the fields of Greek, Roman, Celtic, Byzantine, Medieval, Islamic, Indian, and Chinese coinages.
The Numismatic Museum of Athens was established in 1834. It owns 500.000 acquisitions –mostly coins as well as medals, gems, weights - dated from the 14th century BC until today.
The temporary exhibition "Alexander the Great: from Macedonia to the Edge of the World" presented 220 gold, silver and bronze coins from Macedonia and the Hellenistic kingdoms established following the death of Alexander.
The Magyar Nemzeti Bank issues collector and commemorative coins at the outstanding anniversaries of Hungarian history and people, joins the conservation and environmental protection actions of global organisations, commemorates significant international events.
The Coins Repository of the Hungarian National Museum was established in 1802. The base of the collection is the private collection of count István Széchenyi - also the founder of the museum - consisting of two thousand Hungarian and Bohemian coins.
The numismatic collection on display at Palazzo Massimo consists of some 5,000 coins selected from three different collections: the Kircher collection, the collection of the former King of Italy, Victor Emmanuel III, and the Gnecchi collection.
The rooms located on the ground floor and the mezzanine level of the east wing of Udine Castle host contemporary exhibitions with archaeological and numismatic specimens which are the property of the Civic Museums or which originate from other national and international Museums.
Its display of coins, notes, reference materials and research results provides visitors with an opportunity to consider the history, role and function of currencies, the relations among currencies and the relationship between currencies and culture/society.
The collection of the medal cabinet consists of nearly 100.000 objects: coins, medals, tokens, bills, invoices, orders, religious medals, etc. The focus hasbeen made on the production of money in Luxembourg from the 13th to the 17th century.
Today the coin collection consists of over a quarter of a million objects from all corners of the world and all historical periods. The most important of these are the 20 000 Greek and Roman coins, over 5,000 European coins from the Viking Age, and well over 20 000 Norwegian Viking Age and medieval coins from hoards and finds made under Norwegian church floors.
It´s one of the Sweden's greatest coin and medal collections, comprising close to 40,000 objects. It is located in the University Main Building. The history of the collection goes back to the 17th century.
The Harvard Art Museums are like a small metropolitan museum on the campus of a major university. Their internationally renowned collections number among the largest in the United States.
The Gallery’s collection of coins and medals is among the University’s oldest, dating to the early years of the 19th century...
The American Numismatic Society is a museum and research institute devoted to the study of coins from all periods and cultures.
The Princeton University Numismatic Collection contains coins, medals and tokens, paper money, and decorations - about 100,000 items in all. The collection is housed in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections of the Firestone Library on Princeton's campus.
The collection of about 12,000 coins forms one of the greatest specialized collections of Byzantine coins in the world.
Located in the National Museum of American History, Behring Center, the NNC includes approximately 1.6 million objects. There are over 450,000 coins, medals and decorations and 1.1 million pieces of paper money. It´s one of the largest numismatic collections in the world and the largest in North America.
Mints and Central Banks
Coin Collectors' Accessories
About Coins / Euro Coins
Interesting links about precious metals, like gold and silver , numismatics , investment coins and so on
Grundlagen, Systematik, Typologie
Numismatics at Universities and Colleges
Collections of Oriental Coins in Germany
Numismatic Journals and Publishers
A numismatical blog dealing with coins from all over the world.
The leading German publishing editors for numismatic and collector's books.
MICHEL - Der Kultkatalog für Briefmarken. Der herausgebende Schwaneberger Verlag hat mittlerweile sein Spektrum auch auf Münzen ausgedehnt.
Numismatic Search Engines
Search Engine for Ancient Coins - free of charge
Search Engine for auction results for all kind of coins
This is a free on-line reference for pre-1204 Byzantine copper coins. It is based on an anonymous private collection. A catalogue has also been published. The website contains the complete book in single PDF files (chapters).
Catalogue of Roman Coins
Material on and Catalogues of Coins of the Gallic Empire
Websites with numismatic content
Catalogue of all 2 Euro Coins
A Handbook of Biblical Numismatics
Medals in Honor of Albert Einstein from all over the world
The "Numismatische Kommission" encourages the promotion of Germany's coin and monetary history, is involved in cataloguing coins and supports young numismatists.
Das numismatische Lexikon im Internet.
A German blog website offering information on coins, medals, local issues and bullion coins made of palladium
The Sunflower, an economically and politically independent, non-commercial organisation.
Between 1701 and 1725 the famous scientist Sir Isaac Newton was warden, Mint Master, at the Royal Mint. His Mint Reports are now available online and constitute a stimulating read and an intriguing historical source.
Der Termin-Pool für Münz- u. Briefmarken- Vereine, Clubs und Sammler.
The history of the coins of Waldeck
A site for collectors of coins from Waldeck and those who are interested in its history
Commercial Websites with Numismatic Content
Information on Greek and foreign coins, bank notes, stamps, medals and more.
Find numismatic coin values (from 1601 to present), paper money values, read the latest coin news, find coin dealers online, and attend upcoming coin shows.
Associations of Coin Collectors
The Coin Club of Ottawa in Canada.
The Society was founded in 1879 and is a registered non-profit organization.
Welcome to the homepage of Münzfreunde Karlsruhe
EUCOPRIMO European Union to Search for, Collect and Preserve Primitive and Curios Money
Website in Russian only
The American Israel Numismatic Association
Rück-rat is a game that challenges you to recognise the coin reverses assigning them to the correct countries. The game comprises all special editions and is being updated continually.
Tips From Our Readers
All about money – a website listing many links that offer material helpful in bringing children near to the world of money.