All Nations Stamp and Coin
We are a full service collectables store in Vancouver, B.C. helping collectors since 1949.
We hold an online auction every week starting at noon on saturday. You can view and bid online
The auction’s latest bids are updated every wednesday and friday morning and the opening bids are updated on Saturday morning – subscribe to our auction updates
We offer appraisal services – see selling your collection
We are active buyers of all collectables and accept consignments for our auctions.
Contact: 604 684 4613 firstname.lastname@example.org
North America toll free: 1-877 378 4541
Thanks for visiting and we hope to inspire collectors everywhere
Stamps, very rare stamps, covers, cancels, freaks, error stamps, postal history, postcards, RPPC, photographs, historic documents, autographs, artist-signed stamp design booklets, concert programs, memorabilia, ancient coins, ancient Greek coins, Roman coins, modern Canadian coins, world coins, numismatic tokens, bank notes, paper money, medals, medallions, hockey cards, trading cards, British Columbia history, Canadian historical items..
We send out latest bids on Wednesday and Friday mornings
All Nations marks 1,350 sales
“Our 1,350th auction on 26th February 2022 was a success in spite of world events,” said owner and auctioneer Brian Grant Duff. “The collectibles market is resilient. We had bids from as far away as the London international show and a normal amount of bidders..”
Exceptional Items from our Auctions
Our Milestone 1300th Auction Saturday 27th February 2021
1871 letter from John A. MacDonald to John S. Helmcken. Written from Washington, D.C. From the Gerald E. Wellburn collection.
All Nations and Canada Stamp Finder brokered the sale of the finest of two known pairs of the 170 year old 12d Black, for $165,000 in August 2021. This pair is illustrated in Howes’ Canada handbook and has previously graced the Pack, Adler, Jephcott, Leggett, Hillmer, and Cantor collections.
See Canadian Coins News: Rare used 12-penny black pair brings $165K used $3 Jubilee stamp, which was tied by a Winnipeg cancel and sold for $708 on a $400 estimate.[/caption]