The Geoffrey Bell Auctions Ltd. Moncton November Sale delivered again; our consigners were pleased and winning bidders found some great deals, but the auction succeeded in what it does best every year – provide an entertaining evening of numismatic fun right here in the Maritimes. Paper money did well, bolstered by Bank of Canada and […]Read more "Moncton November Sale 2017 Summary"
King Edward VII of the United Kingdom was born November 9, 1841, reigning from 1901 until his death in 1910. To honour King Edward on his birthday, we thought it would be a good idea to have a blog post highlighting a collection of interesting material with his image that has been sold through Geoffrey […]Read more "A King Edward VII Collection"
Okay, it will actually be two unique lots, which isn’t something that happens terribly often in numismatics, but the Geoffrey Bell Auctions Ltd. Moncton November Sale for 2017 is already shaping to live up to the reputation past sales have earned – a fun auction that offers opportunity for collectors that aren’t often seen elsewhere. […]Read more "A Unique Lot for the Moncton November Sale"
“Diverse, yet structured,” was one comment about our Geoffrey Bell Auctions Ltd. Toronto Coin Expo 2017 Fall Sale that was overheard before the start of the first session Thursday, September 28th. We’re usually pleased with what’s heard during our inadvertent eavesdropping because one of our goals has been to deliver a genuine sale, one that […]Read more "Toronto Coin Expo 2017 Fall Sale Summary"
Geoffrey Bell Auctions Ltd. is excited to be able to offer two dozen Governor General medals representing thirteen different individuals who have served this prestigious office. This historic assemblage features beautiful and rare examples produced by the Wyon family for Lord Dufferin, Lorne, Lansdowne, Stanley, Aberdeen, and Minto, in gold, silver, and bronze, presented in […]Read more "Historic Offering of Governor General Medals"