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|John Pinches Medallions|
Due to the powerful marketing employed by Franklin Mint, most medallions issued in the name of John Pinches from 1969 onwards are quite common, and are more commercial in their nature than those produced previously by the independent John Pinches. The depth of the relief, for example, although still deeper than on most coins, in quite shallow or low compared with many older medals and medallions, which were usually produced in smaller quantities. Obviously Franklin Mint retained the name John Pinches for some years after the acquisition, as we see many sets produced around 1974 which were issued in the name of John Pinches.
We Buy & Sell Medals & Medallions
We are always happy to buy medals and medallions of any kind, including those by John Pinches. We would be particularly keen to buy the older ones produced by the original independent firm from 1840 to 1869. Prices would depend on size, metal, condition, and subject matter.
We also buy the modern Pinches medallions, and pay fair market prices for them, but please bear in mind that they were produced in large quantities, and often only sell for slightly over their scrap value, as most of the sets we see are made of silver, then this would relate to the price of scrap silver. Some series are silver-gilt (gold plated on silver), the gold content of these is very small, and prices would be similar to the prices for silver medallions.
John Pinches Medallions
Index of John Pinches medallions on this site.
If you have medallions to sell, please contact us.
We also buy coins, please see our We Buy Coins page.
We Buy Medals & Medallions
We make an active market in medals and medallions, whether individually, or in complete sets and collections. Buying and selling prices vary with the market price of silver (or gold where appropriate).
The secondary (secondhand) market prices for silver medallions is usually quite competitively priced, and for connoisseurs of medallic or numismatic art, previously owned medallion sets often represent a bargain especially compared with the original new prices.
Please contact us if you have medals or medallions for sale.
If you want to find the value of a coin you own, please take a look at our page I've Found An Old Coin, What's It Worth?
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