Spink is the world's leading auctioneer of Stamps, Coins, Banknotes, Medals, Bonds & Shares, Autographs, Wine & Spirits, Books and Handbags & Accessories. Since its foundation in 1666, the Spink name has become synonymous with tradition, experience and integrity. Holder of royal warrants and numerous records for prices achieved at auction, Spink offers an unparalleled range of services to collectors worldwide. Headquartered in London, with presence in New York, Hong Kong, Singapore and Switzerland, Spink holds over 70 auctions a year. Catalogues can be accessed through the Spink website (www.spink.com) or via the Spink Live App for iOS and Android devices.
"Coin In Coin" was founded in 1994.,it's a company that specializes in buying and selling precious metal commemorative coins issued by the People's Bank of China, the panda investment coins and the various of noble metal commemorative coins & badges are circulating in the world.
Shouxi.com is the best numismatic portal for Chinese coins and is a real online-offline interactive platform. We provide timely, exclusive and professional online service, inlcuding news, archives, BBS, consignment, agent bidding, shops and trades. We host China International Coin Expo(CICE) matrix in Macau, Beijing, Guangzhou and Hongkong as well.
Since 2010, Stack’s Bowers & Ponterio Hong Kong has been the undisputed leading auction house specialized in rare coins and banknotes in Asia. The first auction featuring The Wa She Wong Collection topped $10.7 Million, representing one of the most important offerings of Chinese and Asian coins ever to be held. Since then, Stack’s Bowers & Ponterio has taken pride in its company’s 80-year legacy and offered many of the most valuable collections including The Chin Family Collection and The Q. David Bowers Collection. Over 7 years, Stack’s Bowers & Ponterio has sold the record-breaking $100 million of Asian coins and paper money. Today, Stack’s Bowers & Ponterio expands its offices to Singapore and Beijing and holds bi-annual auctions in April and August each year in Hong Kong.