Stack's Bowers Galleries Auction Venues
Stack's Bowers Galleries Griffin Studios
Costa Mesa, CA | Griffin Studios
Film & TV Production and Event Center
Griffin Studios is a custom-built television, film and event facility based at our head office in Costa Mesa, California. Our multi-camera, fully integrated broadcast facility is the newest venue occupied by Stack's Bowers Galleries auction house. We have begun to host auctions in our studios every month. You can learn more about our newest studio at GriffinStudios.com.
Official Auction of the Whitman Coin and Collectibles Expo
Baltimore, Maryland | Winter, Spring, Summer
U.S. Coins and Paper Money
Our firm’s history with the city of Baltimore goes back nearly 25 years, when we held our first sale in “the best numismatic city.” After nearly 75 individual sales realizing a total of over $500 million, Baltimore has become one of our favorite places to hold our live Showcase Auction and Rarities Auction presentations.
Photo of Convention Center courtesy of the Baltimore Convention Center.
An Official Auction of The New York International Numismatic Convention (NYINC)
New York, New York | Winter
World and Ancient Coins, World Paper Money
The NYINC is one of the most prestigious events dedicated to the needs of world and ancient collectors. Every year, leading specialists in world and ancient coins and paper money travel from across the globe to the to New York City to trade on the bourse floor and participate in auction presentations.
Hong Kong Auctions
Hong Kong | Spring, Summer
Chinese and Asian Coins and Paper Money
Since December 2010 Stack’s Bowers Galleries has held auctions of Asian numismatic rarities in Hong Kong. We have sold over $137 million U.S. dollars worth of Asian numismatic and ancient coins, paper money and modern coins, exceeding by far the sales of any other U.S. firm. Showcase auctions feature dual auctioneers, one English speaking and one Chinese speaking, resulting in the highest prices possible for your Asian coins and paper money. Stack’s Bowers Galleries is a proud organizing partner of the Hong Kong Coin Show, to be held directly after our auction and an event that promises to be a world-class show for many years to come.
Collectors Choice Online Auctions
U.S., World and Ancient Coins and Paper Money
In addition to our exciting auction venues all over the world, Stack’s Bowers Galleries offers monthly internet auctions featuring a wide array of superb certified U.S. and World coins and paper money. The Collectors Choice Online Auctions are conducted with the collector in mind. They feature a live auctioneer and lots can be viewed in our California office as well as at many tradeshows all over the country. Collectors Choice auctions are a nice alternative for consignors as they are frequent and feature a shorter settlement period.
Precious Metals Auction
Stack's Bowers Galleries is proud to present their Precious Metals Auctions, a new auction platform for buying bullion with no buyer's fees. The interest in bullion has seen a steady increase over the past several years, as interest in this historically stable investment category grows. Bullion is available in a wide range of formats across several precious metals, including gold, silver, platinum and palladium. Stack's Bowers Galleries is thrilled to present a valuable new resource for today's bullion collector through these Precious Metals Auctions, expanding their already-extensive array of auction venues.
The bidding in the Stack's Bowers Precious Metals Auction will be represented by a percentage of the "spot" metal prices, which will be fixed immediately before the auction begins and remain unchanged throughout the course of the auction, eliminating bidder's market risk of precious metals price changes during the auction. Starting bids begin at as little as 90% of the metal "spot" price. Once a lot is hammered, the sale price will be listed in U.S. Dollars on all invoices and prices realized. The price you pay will be exactly the winning bid percentage of the fixed "spot" price set before the auction begins, multiplied by the number of precious metal ounces in a lot, plus shipping, handling and any applicable taxes.