A large collection of gold coins is estimated to achieve almost £60,000 at auction in Darlington tomorrow.
Most of the coins going under the hammer are Sovereigns struck during the reigns of the last five British monarchs, although there are also some half and quarter Sovereigns, as well as some rare gold 5 pound coins.
The collection is estimated at £57,500. The coins will mostly be sold in single lots or as pairs.
There are 13 coins minted for the Golden Jubilee in 2002 that are expected to reach between £3,500 and £4,500.
Individual highlights include a George VI gold 5 pound coin from 1937 and a Sovereign from the same year, both expected to sell for thousands of pounds.
You can own a classic Gold Sovereign for just £495
The first Sovereign from the reign of Queen Victoria is a special coin amongst collectors and one that belongs in any Portfolio.
If you are yet to add a classic Sovereign to your Portfolio, now is the time. This auction is an indication of just how popular this collecting area is. The good news is that we have a small selection of these first Victoria Sovereigns available on a first-come, first-served basis.