Our Services

  • Consignments Mon to Fri, 9am – 4pm
  • Valuations by appointment – call 01827 217746
  • House clearances and downsizing solutions
  • Specialist auctions

Welcome to our new saleroom in the heart of Tamworth town centre!

From watches and jewellery to coins, stamps and medals, we’re here to help you discover some hidden treasures and realise the best possible price through the thrill of a live auction.

We are also here to help with enquiries and advice on house clearances, downsizing options and probate services.

Specialist valuations by appointment

We offer appointments for valuations of all types of items including:

  • Fine, vintage & modern jewellery
  • Watches
  • Silver
  • Coins (with Phil Bridge on Tuesday 30th November)
  • Medals & militaria (with Nick Thompson on Tuesday 30th November)
  • Stamps & postal ephemera (with Phil Ives on Thursday 2nd December)
  • Toys, trains, Dinky & Corgi
  • Cameras, hi-fi, records, musical instruments & technology
  • Wine, whisky & cigars
  • Postcards and books
  • General valuations for all types of collectables & antiques!

Please note: This service is by appointment only as various valuers are available on different days – please call 01827 217746 or email tamworth@richardwinterton.co.uk to book.

We would love to hear from you

By phone
01827 217746

By email

By post
34 -35 Church Street, Tamworth, Staffordshire B79 7BX

Commission bid - by email

Opening Times

Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm

Appointments advised

Handling daily free valuations and regular specialist sales

We request anyone displaying symptoms of COVID-19 not to visit our premises under any circumstances. For up-to-date information click here.


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