We will be regularly listing a broad mix of medals and some militaria of which there will no doubt be some bargains to be had.
You will find medals listed and catalogued in the same way as our retail stock but instead offered on a timed auction basis.
Quite simply, the low estimate is the reserve price and the end hammer price is what you pay. The only additional cost is postage, should you require it.
Bidding on a lot is quick, easy & secure. Simply register an account and bid instantly.
We do not accept email or phone bids, bids are online only.
All bids are 100% anonymous and nobody can see you maximum bid.
Secret Maximum Bid
What's a 'maximum bid'?
Your maximum bid will be the highest amount you're willing to pay for an item.
We keep your maximum bid amount a secret from the other bidders and auto-bid for you.
Maximum bidding example
If a bid is placed on a lot for £500 and your max bid is £600, and the auction's 'minimum allowed bid' is £20, we will auto-bid £520 for you.
If no one else bids by the end of the auction, you win and pay £520, nothing more. There is 0% buyer's premium added.
If someone else places a bid for £580, we only bid up to your £600 max bid.
If 2 people bid the same amount, the person who bid first takes priority.
Waiting until the last few seconds of an auction to make a winning bid is known as bid sniping.
This tactic is used to try and prevent other bidders from having a chance to react and place a higher bid before the auction ends.
If a bid is entered within the last minute of an auction, 30 seconds is added to extend the end time. This allows bidders a fair chance to get their bids placed.
Winning/Losing a lot
If you win or lose you will be notified via email.
You can then simply log into your account and purchase your item as usual.
Retracting a bid
If you've made a mistake when bidding on a lot, in certain circumstances you can request that we retract your bid.
Got a question?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.