Collectors of coins travel all over the world to coin auctions, there are many different places that play host to the auctions and have a wealth of experience in selling coins (Münzen schätzen). Two places which are within the European perimeter and hold these auctions are Dublin and London. London has a client base which extends worldwide and has over 1500 dealers and collectors which are involved within it. This combined with the Irish side of the market ensures that London and Dublin combined have a very wide exposure, and have a vast array of coins, bank notes, books related to coins and accessories. Not only do these two cities have exposure on the web but also hold annual events and shows worldwide.
People travel not only to try bidding on various items at the auction, but to put coins up for sale. Whilst travelling to these events the clients can also make the most of the surroundings. Dublin is a fantastic place to visit at any time of year, but Christmas in Dublin is truly the best time of year, there is a wide range of events which you can enjoy whilst in Dublin from shops, restaurants and markets, and there are lots of fairs dotted around the city to make you feel completely at home. There is a market which is on during the 12 days of Christmas, and is situated in the Docklands and the Temple bar area of the city. There are street entertainment and free performances which will keep the whole family entertained. Dublin is home to some great shops so if you like shopping then you are in the right place. So if you have the family with you on a trip to a coin auction in Dublin, then this city has something for all the family. If you are one for clubbing then there are plenty of nightclubs and fine restaurants to keep everyone happy.
London is another city which hosts coin auctions, this city which is also the capitol of England is a fantastic place to visit whatever the time of year. There is plenty to see and do and the whole family can be entertained whilst you visit a coin auction in this city. It is home to the Queen of England who resides at Buckingham Palace. There is the London Eye which is a magnificent Ferris Wheel which was initially built for the Millenium and gives a birds eye view of the city from the pods. To one side of the wheel lies Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament and on the other side Tower Bridge can be seen in all of its glory. There are other places to visit such as Leicester Square which is home to the magnificent big Lions, there is Covent Gardens which has restaurants and bars a plenty. If you feel like taking in a show, then the West End has some of the best shows such as Mama Mia and We Will Rock You.