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How to register to bid

To register to bid in our auctions you will need to

1. Sign up for an account
2. Get approved to bid by the auction house


How to sign up for an account

Click on the Sign up button, located on the top right hand corner of any auction web page, see below

Placement of Sign up button

On a mobile devide, the Sign up button is located in the menu. First, press the menu button in the top left corner, then select 'Sign up'. See below.

Press the menu button   Click on 'Sign up'

Next, fill in the form on the sign up page.

Fill in the form on the sign up page

On a mobile devide the form looks very similar.

Once you have completed the form, agreed to the Terms & Conditions (click the check box below the password field) and pressed the 'Register' button, you will automatically remain logged in and redirected to the last page you visited before you pressed the Sign up button.

To place bids, The Coin Cabinet will need to approve you as a bidder.

Click on a 'Place bid' button, which can be found on the All lots page and individual lot pages, see below

Placement of Place bid button on All lots page

Placement of Place bid button on All lots page

Placement of Place bid button on individual lot page

Placement of Place bid button on individual lot pages

Next, on the Bidder registeration page, fill in your details. You must accept the Terms & Conditions and confirm you are over 18 years of age.

Fill in the form on the Bidder registration page


It may take 24-48 hours for us to approve your bidder account as we make sure all our registered bidders are real persons. We are likely to contact you to make sure we set up your bidder account according to your specific needs. If necessary we may ask for

- Numismatic references
- ID document (copy of passport/driving licence)
- Proof of address
- Recent bank statements (assisting us in setting your credit limit)

Unauthorised and/or fake bidding is a rising problem in online-only auctions. Therefore we do our outmost to be responsible auctioneers and take further steps than most other auction houses to perform KYC (Know Your Customer) checks. While the purpose is to keep our bidder database free of fake users and our auctions free of fake bids, we believe this also enables us to provide a better service to our customers.


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