Hi, My name is ***** ***** it is my pleasure to assist you. If you could please post clear photos of the and all the labels so I can verify that your collection is sterling. There were only 2090 minted in sterling each coin should weigh 1.25 oz, each coin should be 45mm in size, there were 60 coins in the set for a total weight of 75 troy ounces. Thanks Mike
Hi, On the bronze edition each coin is marked The Franklin Mint Version of the Thomason Medallic Bible Solid Bronze Proof-Like Edition. The coins in your set might be tarnished. If the coins are numbered then the set is sterling. If you want to be a 100% sure you can take them by a jeweler and they can test the coin for sterling. Thanks Mike
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Hi Kyle, I thought you said you have the sterling edition. Thanks Mike
Hi, On the bronze edition the coins are marked on the edge saying The Franklin Mint Version of the Thomason Medallic Bible Solid Bronze Proof-Like Edition. There were only 2 versions of these coins made one in bronze and one in sterling. The sterling ones should read sterling or .925 and each coin should weigh 1.25 oz.. Thanks Mike
Hi, If you would like I can send the question to Customer Service. Like I stated if your coin set has The Franklin Mint Version of the Thomason Medallic Bible Solid Bronze Proof-Like Edition the set is bronze. If the coins are numbered at the top and weigh 1.25 oz they sterling the bronze coins do not weigh 1.25 oz the sides of the coins should state that they are sterling or have the numbers .925 on them which means they are 92.5% silver which is sterling. Thanks Mike