Sell coins with Tauler&Fau

Sell your coins with Tauler&Fau, and don’t wait months to auction them.
You can consign your pieces at our various monthly auctions.

Why sell with Tauler&Fau?

Monthly auctions.
96,22% sold in 2023.

20.035 bidders and
155.532 bids in 2023.

Payment in 30 days.
Advances up to 50%.

Accurate descriptions.
The best results.

350,000 visits each
month on our website.

The best photographs and
videos in the industry.

International visibility.
Sixbid, Biddr and Numisbids.

5 steps to selling your coins

1. Contact us

Contact us through our online consignment form, by e-mail or phone, or you can also come by our offices.

2. We value your collection

With the photos provided or by examining the pieces at our offices, we will offer an initial valuation of your collection for absolutely free. We will also give you the approximate starting prices and estimate, as well as the most recommendable type of auction for the best results. If necessary, we can come to your home to value your collection (this may entail travel costs).

3. We come to an agreement on the terms

Once the valuation is accepted, we formalize a consignment contract where all the conditions of the sale are laid out. After coming to an agreement on all the terms, we do the cataloguing and take photographs of the items in question. You will then receive a detailed list of your consignments by e-mail.

4. We auction your coins

You will receive a detailed list of the lots included in the auction by e-mail when they are published on our website. From then on, you can follow your lots’ progress in the “My Sales” section of the “My Account” panel, which offers a host of data and statistics. At the end of the auction, you will receive a provisional settlement report, where you can see the final results from your lots in our auction.

5. We settle your sales

Don’t wait any longer than necessary. We’re the fastest auction house in paying you for your sales. Thirty days after the auction is held, we will settle your sales by wire transfer or personal check.