It was undoubtedly one of the most important and anticipated events in the world of numismatics. The 16th International Numismatic Congress took place in Warsaw from 11th to 16th September 2022. It attracted scholars, archaeologists, historians, numismatists, curators of coin cabinets, auction houses, collectors, and dealers. It was the first numismatic congress in Poland and […]
Ole Bjørn Fausa, co-owner of the Samlerhuset Group was at the International Numismatic Congress and took the opportunity to talk about the Fairmined Gold Initiative that makes the world a better place. The 16th International Numismatic Congress took place in Warsaw from 11th to 16th September 2022. It attracted not only scholars, archaeologists, historians, and […]
Samlerhuset and the Mint of Norway are proud sponsors of the Nobel Peace Center and its exhibition. This is the latest development in a long standing cooperation between the three institutions.
Samlerhuset Group BV condemns Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine, which has tragic consequences for the population and threatens Europe.
Did you know that you might get both fair and clean gold when you buy Fairmined? The Samlerhuset Group embraces the Fairmined initiative which helps the local community both financially and environmentally.
The world’s largest numismatic fair was held in Berlin. One of the highlights of the World Money Fair was the reception organised by Samlerhuset Group, the main shareholder of the event.
The Dublin Mint Office is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael E. Kenny as external Numismatic Consultant to the company.
Het Belgische Munthuis is pleased to announce their new collaboration with the National Gallery Company. This limited edition series of 24 carat gold ingots features images of some of the most prominent Belgian paintings in the National Gallery, London.
In December 2018, Greg Prosser became CEO of Samlerhuset Group (SHG). He takes over from Reidar Nilsen in that capacity.
At the centenary of the end of the First World War, the Imperial War Museums and The London Mint Office, the UK office of Samlerhuset, cooperate to focus on the commandeering recruitment posters of the Great War.