Over 80 years of successfully serving our clients.


Stack's Bowers galleries has sold more prominent coin collections and rarities than any other auction house in the world

How it works?

  • Contact us for a free estimate
  • Once contract is signed, we arrange for receipt of consignment
  • When we receive items, our insurance is in effect and we get to work
  • No extra fees for photography, insurance, or any marketing expenses
  • We begin a global pre-auction marketing campaign (ads, direct mail, brochures)
  • Auction starts with bids on phone, in person and online
  • When lot is sold, hammer price is secured
  • We pay you 45 days after auction concludes, less the commission price

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Headquartered in Costa Mesa, CA, we also have locations in New York, Tulsa, OK, Wolfeboro, NH, Paris, France, and Hong Kong.

Buy & Sell with Stack’s Bowers Galleries

Established in 1933, Stack’s Bowers Galleries is dedicated to fulfilling the total buying and selling needs of the numismatic and precious metals community. We serve both novice and expert collectors and enthusiasts, as well as investors and industry professionals. Our commitment to honesty, transparency, efficiency, and integrity guide each auction we conduct.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries holds the world record for the highest price ever realized at auction for a rare coin; The 1974 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar graded Specimen-66 which sold for over $10 million as a part of the sale of the famed Cardinal Collection. During our unprecedented 85-year legacy, we’ve cataloged and sold the world’s most valuable numismatic collections including– The D. Brent Pogue Collection, The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, The Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection, The Wa She Wong Collection, The Guia Collection, and the Kroisos Collection, among others.

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