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Franklin Mint Price Guide : Current Value of Franklin Mint Silver, Gold, Platinum Coins, Ingots, Plates and more
About The Franklin Mint Price Guide
Searching for Franklin Mint values? You have come to the right place! IGuide is proud to host the online version of the Franklin Mint Price Guide. The price guide is maintained by Jon R. Warren,
whose price guide books have been the authority on collectibles values since 1985. The searchable database consists of thousands of detailed reports on Franklin Mint Silver, Gold, and Platinum coins, medals, ingots and plates. It does not include
listings for die-cast cars, porcelain plates, and other non-precious metal items issued by the Franklin Mint. The database also includes Danbury Mint silver, Hamilton Mint silver, Longines, and many other issuers of private silver medals and ingot sets.
The database is updated daily.
Of course, Franklin Mint silver is only worth what a willing buyer will pay to a willing seller. Most Franklin Mint Silver sets sell for about their silver value, not more. Many sets were
issued in bronze, which collectors do not want, a testament to the "antique" or "collectible" value above any silver value. If they had collectible value above the precious metals value, collectors would buy the bronze, but they don't. So, there isn't any antique, rarity, or collector value.
A Guide is just a "guide." Please be aware that PRICES VARY WIDELY from region to region. Current estimated values are the result of thousands of hours of research. And we invite anyone to help add and update data. Read the "What's A Wiki" section below for more info
on how to help.
When selling wholesale, or selling your entire collection at one time, expect to be offered anywhere from 30% to 50% of the total retail value depending on the quality and condition of your items.
About The Estimated Values Shown
The Estimated Values shown on each web page are out-of-date in many cases. One person cannot possibly keep every page up-to-date, so that is why we created a Wiki system to allow anyone to help maintain the database.
We invite anyone who sees a problem with any Estimated Value to report it to us by clicking the Report A Problem icon at the top of each page (it looks like this
How To Search
The search engine will find matching pages based on keywords you type into the Search Box found at the top of each page. The engine searches all categories of objects,
not just movie posters, but you can restrict the search results by including the words MOVIE POSTER or POSTER in your search string..
FRANKLIN MINT will return all iGuide pages with FRANKLIN MINT in the title.
FRANKLIN MINT PRESIDENT will return all Presidential Sets Franklin Mint.
FRANKLIN MINT 1976 STERLING PLATE will return all Franklin Mint Sterling Silver Plates from the year 1976.
FRAKLIN MINT DRACULA will NO RESULTS because nowhere in iGuide is a page like FRAKLIN MINT DRACULA, and FRANKLIN is misspelled.
FIRST LADIES MINT will return all MINT items with FIRST LADIES in the title.
Be A Contributor
We invite expert collectors and dealers to contribute knowledge to the search engine for the shared benefit of the collecting community. It's easy, anyone can add images and
contribute information to the web pages in the database. Read more in the "What Is A Wiki?" section below.
What is a Wiki?
A Wiki is a web page that anyone can make changes to. The job of maintaining accurate information is far too monumental for one person, but a
community of enthusiasts can maintain many thousands of pages quite easily, each person adding a bit at a time. That's the idea behind iGuide's "What's It Worth Wiki".
The most famous example of a Knowledge Wiki is Wikipedia, of course. But, our vision is that someday iGuide will become the Wikipedia of Art,
Antiques, Collectibles, Memorabilia....and Franklin Mint.
iGuide is here to provide the platform and tools to enable researchers and collectors to share knowledge.
Anyone can contribute to the WIKI. Upload images, improve descriptions, update pricing, add auction results and "Real Market Data", add missing pages, and so on.
If you see something wrong, fix it. If you see something missing, add it.
Read more about our vision of a community of shared information in our Knowledge Manifesto. Then,
read our Community Guidelines.
What is "Real Market Data"?
Wouldn't it be great if you could determine what price constitutes a "fair
deal" before you made a deal? We think so. That's why we've created
iGuide's Real Market Data (RMD) pricing, our proprietary system that does
the research for you. It's a guide that gives you updated information
on what you should pay for an item or what you should expect to receive - without having to spend hours
researching. iGuide's Real Market Data pricing system is the
internet's best guide to market value pricing and the only pricing system
designed with the consumer in mind. Our exclusive RMD pricing is based
on real sales data, gathered from auction sites in near real-time. This ensures
you get the most accurate pricing available, as quickly as possible!
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add our Real Market Data Search Box to your Web site. We've made the process simple, quick and painless —
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Is It Free Of Charge?
YES! Our goal is to always keep iGuide a FREE site without ever charging users a subscription fee. We will offer premium access and services for a small fee.
iGuide was founded in 1999 to answer the question, "What's it worth?"