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100 grain Sterling Silver coin

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Not a coin, just a privately-made vanity piece by the Franklin Mint. For a fee they would cut a die with your name on it and strike you 100 pieces or 500 or whatever.


When I was in the coin shop, when we bought these in we melted them as scrap silver.

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First, welcome to the neighborhood, Nicole!


The unfortunate fact of life concerning the value of Franklin Mint products is that they are terribly overpriced with little information available about the quantity produced. For example:"This item will be limited to 45 production days." Where tokens and medals are concerned, if they are produced in a precious metal, you will be lucky to gain the melt value for them.



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