An extremely fine and rare 50 Shilling of Oliver Cromwell sold for £471,200 in a Dix Noonan Webb auction in January. This is a world record price for a Cromwellian coin which was caused by its quality and its rarity: only 12 specimens are believed to exist.
An extremely rare Silver penny of the boy king Edward the Martyr – the teenager who ruled Saxon Britain in the 10th century – has been found on the Isle of Wight and is estimated to fetch £5,000-7,000 when it is sold in an auction at Dix Noonan Webb.
Dix Noonan Webb offers a Roman Solidus of the Emperor Constantine I in almost perfect condition found by a metal detectorist and estimated at over £10,000. On the same day the auction house will hold its first auction devoted to Russian coins and medals.
Dix Noonan Webb will offer an extremely rare aureus of Allectus on June 5, 2019. Discovered in March by a detectorist, it appears to be the first Allectus gold coin reported as being found in over 50 years. It is estimated at £70,000-100,000.