Sunday, 17.01.2021

Tag: Dix Noonan Webb

Dix Noonan Webb

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, GB-London

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, GB-London

A very rare Roman gold coin by emperor Allectus, discovered in a newly ploughed field in Kent, sold for £552,000 at an auction held by Dix Noonan Webb. It was estimated to fetch £70,000-100,000.

Dix Noonan Webb, GB-London

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.