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Natural History Auctions

Specialist Natural History and Taxidermy Valuations 


Flints Natural History department holds Fine Auctions twice per year, as part our Scientific Sales, in addition to our regular Collectors auctions. These sales are very well publicised, with advertisements in all the main trade publications, social media and trade fairs that are directly targeted at collectors, institutes and museums across the world. Natural history specimens include minerals, meteories, fossils and taxidermy. Other animal, plant and mineral specimens include those mounted on microscope slides and photomicrographs of specimens, specialist areas where Flints lead the international market. Our auctions also include Natural History related art and literature.

Our specialist Matt Nunn leads Flints' Natural History department and has considerable experience in this field. Flints exceptionally high standards are maintained in his well-researched cataloguing and high resolution online images.  

If you wish to sell your natural history specimens we welcome single items or entire collections. We will advise on current market value and help you achieve the best price. Flints take great care to properly present the items we sell; we reach enthusiasts, dealers, collectors, museums and galleries worldwide with our extensive client database and auction presentation on multiple platforms.

Contact Flints if you wish to consign items to the next sale or simply want a free valuation without obligation, please complete the Request an Auction Estimate form on this page. Please see our news items and auction calendar for updates on our next Science and Natural History auction.  



Sell on the International Market


We pride ourselves on working to the highest standards, enabling us to achieve the best price possible for your items.


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  Matt Nunn

Specialist - Natural History


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