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Spink to Reopen the London Office From 15th June 2020
Jun 15 2020

We are excited to announce that Spink London flagship building reopens to the public this Monday, 15th June 2020. We look forward to welcoming you back at 69 Southampton Row.

Arrange a one-to-one meeting, virtual viewing or give us a call if you cannot make it, we are here for you. We have worked hard to ensure your visit to Spink will be a safe experience. Contact us for more details on how we follow the government guidelines.

Email us at [email protected] or call +44(0)20 7563 4000

Captain Sir Tom Moore's Medals Remounted by Spink Medal Services Department
Jun 04 2020

Spink are proud to announce that our Medal Services Department have re-mounted Captain Sir Tom Moore’s Second World War campaign medals. Sir Tom was recently re-presented with his Defence Medal; this is now added to his medal bar in its official position between the Burma Star and the War Medal. Additionally, we re-mounted his miniature medals - not only to add a new Defence Medal but also the badge of a Knight Bachelor; Sir Tom will receive the full-size badge of a Knight at his investiture later in 2020.


Spink Offers a Wide Range of High-Quality Covers in the Upcoming Philatelic Collectors’ Series
Apr 09 2020

The Philatelic Collectors' Series | 14-15 April 2020 | London

Spink brings to collectors another extensive Philatelic Collectors’ Series auction. To be held on 14th and 15th April, the auction will take place behind closed doors in line with government guidelines, via online streaming, live bidding platform - Spink Live. Despite current circumstances, stamp collectors can expect a wide selection spanning all world and some lovely covers.


Extremely Rare Gold Coins of the Mughal Emperor to be offered at Spink USA
Jan 13 2020

Two rare gold coins of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir are on offer at the NY INC coin fair, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel on 19th January. Lot 264 is a Mohur depicting an image of Taurus the Bull, struck at Agra mint (estimate $80,000-100,000). This is an extremely rare and desirable coin made at the Mughal capital. However, the Mohur featuring Cancer the Crab, offered at lot 265 is far rarer, as it was struck at Kashmir mint (estimate $300,000-400,000).