• Payments Accepted
Danbury Mint
Silver bullion rounds minted by Danbury Mint

Danbury Mint

The Danbury Mint is a division of MBI, Inc. that markets a variety of collectibles. Danbury Mint historically marketed high quality medals and ingots produced by others exclusively for them. The company also sells numerous other collectible offering including plates, bells, sculptures, and 1:24 scale die-cast vehicles. The Danbury Mint was founded in Westport, Connecticut, by Ralph Glendinning and Ted Stanley in 1969, as a subsidiary of Glendinning Companies. Their first product was a series of medals commemorating the Apollo 11 moon landing. 

Danbury's first sister division was formed in 1970 under the name Postal Commemorative Society, changed to PCS Stamps & Coins in 2006 to reflect a shift in the product mix from stamps to coin related products. In 1973, both divisions were incorporated as MBI. In 1975 Easton Press was formed as MBI's third division, and MBI was spun off from Glendinning Companies as a separate company.

As a company, their licenses include: Boyds, Coca-Cola, John Deere, Dept 56, Dr. Seuss, General Motors, Goebel, King Features, Looney Tunes, Major League Baseball, Mars, Inc., NFL, Gary Patterson, Peanuts, Pillsbury, Elvis Presley, Red Hat Society, The Walt Disney Company and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. This can often translate into products designed as collectibles including commemorative coins, jewelry, sports collectibles, and Christmas ornaments.

When it comes to coins and rounds, Danbury Mint often packages their items in attractive wooden boxes targeting the casual collector. They have produced several series such as the 1/2 Oz Historical Decades series and the 1 Oz Celebrate the Year series. These and most of their other silver rounds are minted with .999 Fine Silver. The mints which produce products for Danbury Mint are undisclosed.

 

Danbury Mint Products

     • 1/2 Oz Historical Decades series
     • 1 Oz Celebrate the Year series
     • Miscellaneous 1 Oz and fractional commemoratives

Active filters

Follow us on Facebook