Single 10K plated hotel for use with the Franklin Mint Parker Brothers Game Set.
Single Sterling Silver plated metal house.
The Franklin Mint issues have been previously integrated into Hawaiiana numismatics. There are a total of 36 medals and 12 ingots cataloged in the book Hawaiian Money Standard Catalog “Second Edition”, 1991, by Medcalf & Russell (MR91). In performing the research for this book, I uncovered a total of 73 Franklin Mint medals relating to Hawaii. These additional 37 medals are not generally known by the Hawaiian specialist /collector , are often overlooked and not collected. I’ve also uncovered a total of 25
US Navy Iowa Class Battleship - USS Missouri (BB-63) (1:350 Scale) The Franklin Mint US Navy Iowa Class Battleship - USS Missouri (BB-63) List Price: $500.00 $495.00 495 points B11XL06 Description "Damn the torpedoes. Full speed ahead!" - Admiral Farragut sailing aboard his flagsphip Hartford while entering Mobile Bay, Alabama, August 23, 1864 The third USS Missouri (BB-63) ("Mighty Mo" or "Big Mo") is a U.S. Navy battleship, notable as the final battleship to be built by the United States, the
Franklin Mint / 1957 Corvette 283 cu in Fuel Injected Engine / 1:6th Scale The Franklin Mint Corvette engine model is a 1/6 scale replica of the 283 HP Fuel Injected engine used in the 1957 Corvettes and full size Chevrolets. A display stand base is permanently mounted to the bell housing at the rear of the engine model. The model is highly detailed and includes all engine parts, accessories and piping. The engine is painted in "Chevrolet Orange". Some parts are finished with silver paint, gray paint, black
> Model Car Journal Issue #89 (October 1991) Model Car Journal Issue #89 (October 1991) MCJ_089 ISSUE #89 (October 1991): Also contributing to this issue: Kevin Barns, Randall Farhy, Tim Sickle, Dirk Johnson, John Slivoski, Mike Pearsall, Dick Nesbitt. Maryland NNL-Style Meet; AMT 1964 El Camino & West Craft Boat; 5th NNL East; Herb Deeks Hollywood (1940 Ford) Custom; Aftermarket Updates from Pittman Crossing, S.C. Miller, J.R. Toy & Hobby, Scale Resin Detailers; Pacific Northwest NNL; Midget Racer Slot
> THREE LITTLE KITTENS IN BASKET K. DUNCAN FRANKLIN MINT COLLECTIBLE CAT PLATE THREE LITTLE KITTENS IN BASKET K. DUNCAN FRANKLIN MINT COLLECTIBLE CAT PLATE PLATE -THREELITTLEKITTENS Product Description THREE LITTLE KITTENS IN BASKET BY THE FRANKLIN MINT 1991. BY THE ARTIST K. DUNCAN. PLATE NUMBER G1317. MEASURES APPROX , 8 INCHES IN DIAMETER.
Franklin Mint ~ 'Before The Rain' Collector's Porcelain Plate by Bill Bell ~ Excellent Condition. This porcelain plate was created by Bill Bell and produced by Franklin Mint. Titled "Before The Rain" and numbered as Plate No. HA 1166, this plate measures just shy of 8.25" in diameter. It has gold gilt trim and features a scene of Noah's ark with a multitude of animals. The artwork is finely detailed with an abundance of animals and activity. You will find Noah standing in front of the ark. Created in 1991,
Franklin Mint ~ 'Away In A Manger' Collector's Porcelain Plate by Bill Bell ~ Excellent Condition. This porcelain plate was created by Bill Bell and produced by Franklin Mint. Titled "Away In A Manger" and numbered as Plate No. HA 3324, this plate measures just shy of 8.25" in diameter. It has gold gilt trim and features a detailed scene of baby Jesus with a multitude of animals and angels overhead. Created in 1991, this vintage plate is in excellent condition and without chips, cracks or crazing. This
"The Simpsons: A Family for the '90's" collector plate is a 1991 release by the Franklin Mint. The design shows the five family members from TV's "The Simpsons" sitting on the sofa watching TV. The plate is 8 inches in diameter and suitable for hanging or displaying. The plate is a limited edition bearing an original design and crafted of fine porcelain, bordered and hand-numbered in 24 karat gold. The plate bears the stamped-on signature mark of "Simpsons" creator Matt Groening. Manufacturing of this
Franklin Mint ~ 'Heavenly Days' Collector's Porcelain Plate by Bill Bell ~ Excellent Condition. This porcelain plate was created by Bill Bell and produced by Franklin Mint. Titled "Heavenly Days" and numbered as Plate No. HA 2463, this plate measures just shy of 8.25" in diameter. It has gold gilt trim and features a scene of angels among the clouds and a rainbow. The artwork is finely detailed with an abundance of activity. Created in 1991, this vintage plate is in excellent condition and without chips,
This authentic US Mint commemorative coin is in proof condition (PF).It comes with its original US mint box and certificate of authenticity. This USO Sivler Dollar is more than just a coin its a piece of history and a great acquisition for coin collector. The USO was founded in 1941 in response to a request from President Franklin D. Roosevelt to provide morale and recreation services to uniformed military personnel. This request led six civilian agencies: the Salvation Army, Young Men's Christian
Teddy Bears - Franklin Mint Heirloom Antiques & Collectibles Teddy Bear Picnic $48 .00 SERIES NAME: Teddy Bears PRODUCED: 1991 ARTIST: Carol Lawson ORDER CODE: GM7-X-1 PLATE SIZE: 8 inches Original Condition with Box & Certificate
A beautiful Christmas Doves decorative Christmas plate was made by the Franklin Mint in 1990. Painted by Maureen Jensen. This is in it's original Styrofoam covering and is in excellent condition. it has the original papers and is a numbered 1991 LIMITED Edition plate. It is gold edged with 2 doves with a background of beautiful red poinsettias. Treat yourself to this wonderful collectible item! I sure hope you have fun shopping in my store, please visit again and bookmark me so you can find me easily!
> Collector Plate Looney Tunes The Looniest Christmas Ever Collector Plate Looney Tunes The Looniest Christmas Ever HT9412 $29 .95 Product Description Collector Plate Looney Tunes Plate Christmas. The Looniest Christmas Ever from Franklin Mint. Size 8.25 inches Pre-owned from 1991 in excellent condition, no chips cracks or scratches. COA included
?Franklin Mint 1991Decorative PlateTeddy Bear PicnicLimited EditionNumber 0919324 kt gold trimfine procelain8 inchesCOADesigned by Carol LawsonTeddy Bear Picnic was a 1991 Franklin Mint release.It is a 8 inch diameter fine porcelain decorative plate featuring a family of teddy bears on a picnic by a lake. A beautiful old fashioned picnic. The plate bears the signature mark of artist Carol Lawson.Certificate Authenticity is included.This plate has never been on display and is excellent condition. It comes in
?The Franklin Mint Teddy Bear Just Married, 1991The Franklin Mint Teddy Bear Wedding is an original work of art by Carol Lawson.This limited edition is signed by the artist and numbered F4496. This is a heirloom collector plate made of fine porcelain and is in mint condition.It is bordered and hand numbered in 24 kt. gold. Certificate of Authenticity included.Date: 1991Condition: Plate is in excellent-mint condition and has always been stored in original styrofoam shipping container. Styrofoam container
This 1991 Franklin Mint Three Little Kittens plate by K. Duncan, measures approx. 8 1/8" across. It is in excellent condition with no chips, no cracks, and no wear or scratching. I only have the plate -- no box or paperwork. Very cute! I'm happy to combine shipping to save you money. Please contact me for a combined shipping quote or to combine your invoices for a savings. I accept checks, money orders, Paypal, and Google Checkout.
Franklin Mint Porcelain Plate A Teddy Bear Picnic Carol Lawson 1991This fine porcelain limited edition plate features artwork by Carol Lawson, and is entitled "A Teddy Bear Picnic".This collector's plate measures 8.75" in diameter and comes in excellent condition, in a worn styrofoam box without a COA.This piece would be a wonderful addition to a collection of Franklin Mint plates, or others by Carol Lawson!SHIPPING INFORMATIONBuyers in The Continental U.S. will pay $10.99 shipping and handling. PAYMENT
1953 Eldorado Convertible Diecast Model Customer Rating : E041 Eldorado Convertible- Nbr Ltd Ed of 1000 I can recall when Franklin Mint first issued this model way back in 1991. In Alpine White, it created a good stir. The collectors liked the subject matter, faithfulness to proportion, stance and overall model execution. Since we were still some years from models that appear ready to be fired up and driven away, as if by 1:24th scale humans, the model commanded attention and decent prices each time it