Capitol Coin Auction has won our award for “Best Coin Auction” on the Proxibid portal, garnering “Best Shipping,” “Best Photography,” and “Value Added” honors with honorable mentions in “Best Descriptions” and “Best Consignments.” This is the second year in a row that Capitol Coin Auction has won the top honor.
A close second, once again, was Leonard Auction. It won “Best Consignments” with honorable mentions in “Value-Added,” “Best Photography” and “Best Descriptions.”
Star Coin and Currency made a great showing this year, winning “Best Timed Auction” with honorable mentions in “Most Improved,” “Best Descriptions” and “Best Shipping.”
Southwest Bullion and Coin also had a particularly successful year in our rankings, winning the competitive “Best Descriptions” category and honorable mentions in “Most Improved” and “Best Photography.”
SilverTowne Auctions won “Best Shipping” and had honorable mentions in “Best Descriptions,” “Value-Added” and “Best Consignments.”
Meares Auction won “Most Improved” and had honorable mentions in “Best Shipping” and “Best Consignments.”
Weaver Signature Coin and Currency Auction had honorable mentions in the important categories of “Best Photography,” “Best Descriptions,” “Best Consignments” and “Value-Added.”
The houses above are runners-up in our “Best Coin Auction” category.
We also praise and recommend our other houses that placed in our various competitions, including:
- Back to the Past Collectibles
- Black and Gold Auctions
- Braden Auction Services
- Decatur Coin and Jewelry
- Engstrom Auctions
- Five Star Auction
- Fox Valley Coins
- Gary Ryther Auctioneers
- Heuckman Auction
- Jewelry Exchange
- Kaufman Realty and Auction
- McKee Coins
- Midwest Coins
- Rolling M Auction
- Schultz Auctioneers
- Western Auction
We encourage all of the houses named above to continue improving in the spirit of service, competition and community that all auctioneers and numismatists share, serving our clients and memberships. Continue to embrace the ethics of both the National Auctioneers Association and the American Numismatic Association.
We also thank Proxibid for its Internet options, quality control and customer service and all houses specializing in coins. We encourage them to visit these award-winning houses above. We know there are some houses that we missed in our rankings; as always, our experience may differ from yours and you should consider these award-winners our favorites. In sum, we did the best job we could with the available data and hope that you will continue visiting our site and interacting with our clientele, now exceeding 26000 views since inception.
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James Peterson Auction? LOL Can’t believe it
And you see that where?