Connecting With Other Coin Sellers and Collectors

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Sterling Collectibles has always been dedicated to connecting with various coins sellers and coin collectors around the United States, in order to provide our customers with the very best selection of coins and coin rolls. Recently we have connected with The Franklin Mint, which started back in 1964 and continues to bring the best coins and collectibles to the market. “The company has grown to include all sorts of rare and unique collectibles, from handmade guitar picks made out of coins, stone, and metal, to beautifully crafted garden statues. The Franklin Mint has a variety of products that’ll suit every taste — this company is every collector’s paradise,” according to The Franklin Mint. 

We will be sharing a few of their select products on our website that we think you will find interesting! We hope you enjoy!

A Little History“It all started back in 1964 when Joseph Segel founded The Franklin Mint after noticing the high demand for silver coins that were in their last year of circulation and about to disappear. He saw an opportunity and interest in the market and grew a business that specialized in the best collector items, such as rare coins, diecast models, historical currencies, unique decorations, porcelain objects, jewelry, and much more. Since then, this business has marketed limited-edition products made of precious metals (typically sterling silver) for those interested in American history and national symbols,” according to The Franklin Mint.

Featured Item: The Last US Peace Dollar

As a show of celebration following World War I, the US Mint introduced a silver dollar in 1921 that was like no other, the Peace Dollar

“The front of the coin depicts Lady Liberty, wearing a diadem of rays, similar to those seen on the Statue of Liberty. The reverse shows a bald eagle at rest, clutching a laurel branch. 1935 was the final year of issue for this coin, and the final circulating Silver Dollar. Minted in San Francisco.” – The Franklin Mint

According to JM Bullion, “a lobby formed asking the U.S. Mint to strike a coin that was symbolic of the peace reached after the end of World War I. Though this lobby was unsuccessful in getting Congress to act on coin re-design through legislation, it did succeed in getting its message heard by the right people. In December 1921, then Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon approved the design of the Peace dollar. Peace dollars were minted in the years 1921-1928 and again from 1934-1935.”


Metal: 90% pure silver.

Weight 26.7 grams.

Diameter 38mm.

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