A. H. Baldwin & Sons

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A. H. Baldwin & Sons

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Dates of existence

1872 - present

History

Founded by Albert Henry Baldwin in 1872, incorporated as a private limited company in 1920, and still existing today. A H Baldwin was joined by his son Percy in 1901 at their first shop in London and later by his other two sons Fred and Roy. When the business outgrew the capacity of their store fronts, A H Baldwin & Sons (also known as Baldwin's) migrated to the locations indicated under 'places'. A H Baldwin & Sons remains a dominant trader and dealer of historic coins, medals, tokens, books and banknotes.

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4A Duncannon Street, Strand, London WC2; 3 Robert Street, Adelphi, London WC2; 11 Adelphi Terrace; 399 Strand, London, WC2R 0LX

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Dealer and trader of numismatic goods

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Baldwin's Auctions Ltd, a related company, was created in 1994 to facilitate international auctions.

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Mitchell, Peter D.

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associative

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Mitchell, Peter D.

is the associate of

A. H. Baldwin & Sons

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Frizzell, Helen D. I.

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associative

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Frizzell, Helen D. I.

is the associate of

A. H. Baldwin & Sons

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