Early registration open for Auction 34









The enduring strength of the numismatic market underscores one undeniable fact: Spanish colonial, shipwreck material, and Latin American numismatic rarities, as well as top multi-decade collections, find their rightful place at Sedwick Auctions. Over the past two and a half years, we have consistently witnessed growth not only in the quality of items sold but also in the establishment of new world record prices for specific pieces. Moreover, the quantity and quality of both consignors and bidders across all areas of our sales have consistently increased.


We invite you to join us for our upcoming auction, as we actively respond to the growing market demand by offering dedicated and exclusive customized services to our valued consignors and bidders. The collaborative teamwork we provide sets us apart in this industry.

For our upcoming Floor Auction 34, we are seeking consignments of:

- Spanish Colonial Silver and Gold Coins

- Shipwreck Gold and Silver Coins and Ingots (Atocha, 1715 Fleet, etc.)
- Rare and high quality Latin American Coins

- Certified World Gold and Silver Coins
- US Coins and Bank Notes
- World Bank Notes
- Certified Shipwreck Artifacts


With decades of invaluable numismatic experience, we pride ourselves on delivering personalized service to our esteemed clientele. Our commitment to excellence is evident in various aspects, such as providing printed auction catalogs and attracting top bidders through our user-friendly bidding platform. For noteworthy collections, we go the extra mile by offering on-site visits at your convenience. Additionally, we actively participate in multiple coin shows, providing an opportunity for you to personally engage with us and discuss consignment possibilities.

It is important to note that Auction 34 holds a special significance as it not only represents another remarkable floor auction but also commemorates a decade since the inception of our in-person floor auctions, along with 16 years since our inaugural sale.


Consign in person at the following shows:


June 28- July 2 / 4ta Convención Internacional de Historiadores y Numismáticos
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

July 13 - 15 / Summer FUN Show
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, Florida, United States

August 8 - 12 / ANA World's Fair of Money (booth # 813)

David L. Lawrence Convention Center
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States

The consignment deadline for our next auction is August 19th. Contact us today by emailing us at office@sedwickcoins.com or giving us a call at (407)-975-3325.


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Top 22 Numismatic Treasures Sold at Sedwick Auctions

Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC / Licensed Florida Auctioneer #AU3635, AB2592 (since 2007)
P.O. BOX 1964 | Winter Park, Florida 32790 | Phone: 407.975.3325 | Fax:407.975.3327



Treasure, World & U.S. Coin Auction 33 NOW CLOSED

 Live Online Auction, Wednesday-Thursday, May 3-4, 2023


Our May 3rd and 4th Treasure, World, U.S. Coin & Paper Money Auction 33 realized $3.9 million across 1,677 lots!

This was a fantastic sale of key rarities and treasures made possible by eager bidders and astute consignors through our auction house. We saw a remarkable turnout and impressive results as many new records were reached in key pieces. Here are the top five lots in the sale:

Lot 60 - Complete Colombian gold bar, 336.3 grams, marked with fineness XIX-dot (19-1/4K), foundry/assayer RIBERA / ZARAGOZA, and partial circular tax stamps, NGC Genuine / Maravillas, ex-Christie's (1992), ex-Elsen (2008). Price realized: $156,000.

Lot 27 - Madrid, Spain, gold experimental "Ingenio de la Tijera" 4 escudos, 1591, assayer C, extremely rare, NGC MS 64, finest known in NGC census. Price realized: $90,000.

Lot 1261 - USA, large bronze medal, Washington / Declaration of Independence (struck in the 1850s), by Charles Cushing Wright, PCGS SP65, finest known, ex-Adams, Musante Plate, Baker Plate. Price realized: $72,000.

Lot 62 - Chinese rectangular "sycee" gold ingot number 53, 369 grams, 21K fine, marked with Chinese characters "yuan ji bao" ("gold ingot") on top along with "yuan" on bottom, ex-"Nanking Cargo" (1752), ex-Christie's (1986). Price realized: $57,000.

Lot 28 - Mexico City, Mexico, gold cob 8 escudos, 1715 J, NGC MS 65 (1715 Fleet Label), finest known in NGC census, ex-Frank Sedwick. Price realized: $54,000.

For full prices realized, please visit our auction site at auction.sedwickcoins.com.







Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC / Licensed Florida Auctioneer #AU3635, AB2592 (since 2007)
P.O. BOX 1964 | Winter Park, Florida 32790 | Phone: 407.975.3325 | Fax: 407.975.3327