You plan to liquidate? Sell your Franklin Mint silver bars and ingots to reDollar.

If you’re looking to sell Franklin Mint silver bars or ingots, reDollar.com is the best place to do so. We have the knowledge and experience needed to handle your selling transaction. Franklin Mint is not a government-owned entity as many people believe. It does have a long history though, going back to 1964, when Joseph Segel founded Franklin Mint. At reDollar.com, we’ll buy any silver merchandise they’ve ever made at the highest possible prices.

Franklin Mint is known for creating high-quality mass-marketed collectibles made of sterling silver or fine silver. Consumers can trust their silver markings. If a Franklin Mint item is marked STERLING or 925/1000, you can be sure that the correct silver content is present.

Sell Franklin Mint Silver Bars with Us

It’s important to know that Franklin Mint silver bars, ingots, rounds, and coins trade for the current silver price. The first step in finding the cash value of your Franklin Mint item is understanding how calculating the silver value works. The best and easiest way is to use our silver calculator. Please weigh your Franklin Mint silver bar or check the enclosed paperwork for weight information. Once you know the weight, you know the value. It’s really that easy.

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How much is my Franklin Mint Silver bar worth?

We already touched on the basics of pricing your Franklin Mint silver merchandise, but let’s get into detail for a better understanding. The cash value of one Franklin Mint 925/1000 sterling silver bar is currently $22.82, and one  999/1000 fine silver bar is worth $24.65. Please understand that most Franklin Mint items are all but rare. Though they’re often packed in wooden cases or beautiful folders, unfortunately, their sophisticated packaging does not add to the value of your Franklin Mint collection.

The good news is that silver is valuable, and your Franklin Mint collection will pay you very well. We buy large Franklin Mint collections on a regular basis, and customers are very happy with our purchase offers. reDollar.com is widely known and respected for paying industry-leading prices. Our profit margin is thin because we want to provide the very best selling experience for our customers—which is how we’ve become one of the biggest online gold buyers in the US. Please check our flawless reputation before you decide where to sell your items. Not selling to us could mean missing out on hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

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1,110 Grains Sterling Silver

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10,000 Grains Sterling Silver

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1,000 Grains Sterling Silver

Franklin Mint Silver Bar Value Price List

Franklin Mint silver bars are available in a wide range of size and weight. The most common silver bars weigh 100 grains, 500 grains, 1,000 grains, 1,500 grains, 5,000 grains, and 10,000 grains. How much your Franklin Mint silver bar is worth really depends on its weight. Please review the table provided with today’s purchase prices.

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WeightCash Value
100 GrainsSell for $4.75
500 GrainsSell for $23.77
1000 GrainsSell for $42.79
1500 GrainsSell for $71.32
5000 GrainsSell for $237.75
10000 GrainsSell for $475.50

Franklin Mint Silver Bar Series

“Bankmarked Sterling Silver Ingots”

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Cheyenne, Wyoming

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Durham, North Carolina

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Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Cleveland, Ohio

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First National Bank
Little Rock, Arkansas

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Fidelity Bank & Trust
Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Memphis, Tennessee

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Omaha, Nebraska

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First Bank & Trust of Tulsa
Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Franklin National Bank
New York

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Midland National Bank
Billings, Montana

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The Marine Bank
Wisconsin

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Provident National Bank
Philadelphia, PA.

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Sun City, Glendale, Phoenix

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Wilmington Trust
Wilmington, Delaware

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Amalgamated Trust
Chicago, Illinois

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Bank of Nevada
Las Vegas, Nevada

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The Boatmen’s National
St. Louis, Missouri

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Central Bank & Trust
Lexington, Kentucky

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Charleston National Bank
Charleston, West Virginia

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Cheshire National Bank
Keene, New Hampshire

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CNB Clovis National Bank
Clovis, New Mexico

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Fidelity National Bank
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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First National Bank
Jackson, Mississippi

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The National State Bank
New Jersey

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Pontiac State Bank
Pontiac, Michigan

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St. Joseph Valley Bank
Elkhart, Indiana

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Twin Falls B&T Bank
Twin Falls, Idaho

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United States National Bank
Oregon

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Alaska National Bank
Fairbanks, Alaska

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Bankers Trust Co.
Des Moines, Iowa

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Box Elder County Bank
Brigham City, Utah

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City Bank of Honolulu
Honolulu, Hawaii

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First Bank of Kansas
Atchison, Kansas

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First Citizens Bank & Trust
South Carolina

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The First National Bank
Birmingham, Alabama

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First National Bank
Grand Forks, North Dakota

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First at Orlando Bank
Orlando, Florida

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Imperial Bank
Los Angeles. California

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Pierre National Bank
Pierre, South Dakota

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Proctor Trust Company
Proctor/ Poultney, Vermont

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Hospital Trust National Bank
Rhode Island

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Texas Commerce Bank
Texas

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The United Virginia Banks
Virginia

How to sell your Franklin Mint silver bar

It’s very easy to sell Franklin Mint silver bars and ingots with reDollar. The first step is to use our silver calculator or contact our customer service to find out how much your items are worth. When you sell your silver online using our free and fully insured shipping label, knowing the rough value of your items is very helpful—both for you as the seller and for us as the buyer. You’ll know how much we pay for your Franklin Mint silver ingots before you ship, and we guarantee to honor our quote for 7 days if you opt for a price fixing.

Packing your Franklin Mint silver bars and ingots for shipping

Please pack your Franklin Mint silver bars very well before shipping. Most people already have a solid shipping box at home from a previous online purchase. Reusing a cardboard box rather than sending your silver bars in an envelope will help the environment and ensure that your items arrive safely in our laboratory. Once we receive your merchandise, our appraisers will examine your items. Then they’ll confirm and explain your purchase offer in a transparent lab report.

Pack Franklin Mint merchandise using shipping materials

Get Paid – Hooray!

We rarely have customers decline our offers, as we pay industry-leading purchase prices. Retail sellers can’t really sell for a higher price anywhere else. Once you agree to get paid the offered amount, your payment will be processed by our accounting department. We will never issue payment without your written consent. It’s never been so easy to sell your Franklin Mint silver bars and ingots.

More About Franklin Mint

The Franklin Mint is a privately held mint that produces coins, rounds, bars, ingots, memorabilia, jewelry sculptures, and collectibles made of silver. While most products are made of 925/1000 sterling silver, Franklin Mint products can also be made of 999/1000 fine silver. They have a long history that goes back to the 1960s in Wawa, Pennsylvania. If you own Franklin Mint coins or rounds, please learn how to sell silver coins with reDollar.

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