MBI began business in 1969 under the name The Danbury Mint, which was then a subsidiary of Glendinning Companies. Danbury Mint cars was the brainchild of Ted Stanley and a small team of experienced marketing managers.
Its mission was to market fine collectibles directly to the consumer, and its first product was a series of 21 medals commemorating the historic 1969 moon landing. The series was an outstanding success, and the Danbury Mint's product line later expanded to include jewelry, sports collectibles, diecast cars and other heirloom-quality collectibles.
MBI launched the Easton Press in 1975. The first product offering was The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written, a series of exquisite, leather-bound editions of literary classics. The firm became an international marketer in 1976, inaugurating our European Division with the opening of MBI UK's London office, which developed extensive Danbury Mint collections, tailored for the British market.
Other sites: Danbury cars out of production
Highly collectible Danbury Mint cars include: Chevy, Thunderbird, Aston Martin (James Bond), Studebaker, Dodge and the Classic Collection.
What's your 'Danbury Mint' worth? Here are some recently sold items (Australia).
|Acme 1956 Chrysler New Yorker 1 18 Nib||07/2019||AU $394.09|
|Franklin Mint No 1 24 1970 Dodge Charger||06/2019||AU $372.00|
|James Bond 007 Diecast Aston Martin Db5||08/2019||AU $351.24|
|Franklin Mint No 1 24 1967 Dodge Charger||07/2019||AU $321.02|
|Franklin Mint No 1 24 1971 Ford Mustang||08/2019||AU $216.50|
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