Tag: Baldwin’s of St. James’s
The New York branch of the British antiques dealer Mallett filed for bankruptcy. Why does that affect the numismatic world? Well, it has to do with the parent company Stanley Gibbons (the owner of Baldwin’s), a major investor – and a well-known fashion brand.
The joint auctions of Baldwin’s and St. James’s are coming to an end. Both auction houses will go back to holding separate auctions in the future. It’s quite simple: Baldwin’s of St. James’s will once again become Baldwin’s AND St. James’s.
After 49 years in the firm, Edward Baldwin retires from his work for A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd as the last of the Baldwin clan. He has prepared the firm for the present and future opening it up to the auction business and using computer technology.