• Largest Silver Mines in the World

    Largest Silver Mines in the World

    We’ve taken some time to write an article detailing the largest silver mines in the world. These behemoths make up 35%+ of the silver mined in the entire world. If you are looking to invest in silver mines you might want to start researching one of these. As with any business over the last few years, silver mining has seen gains and declines which means defining even the “top 10″ silver mines is a rapidly shifting landscape. However, several silver mines are consistently at the top of the charts, mining some 35% of the world’s silver mining production. Here’s a quick list (in no particular order.) BHT Billiton (Cannington) Queensland, Australia – Produced some 5% of the world’s mining supply with ~39 million ounces in 2012. Also the world’s largest lead mine. Pan American Silver (Canada) Peru, Bolivia, Mexico, Argentina – Although based in Canada, Pan American’s silver mine in Alamo ... Read More »
  • Silver Coin Melt Values (Live)

    Silver Coin Melt Values (Live)

  • Most Popular Silver Bullion

    Most Popular Silver Bullion

  • Silver Coins vs Silver Bullion

    Silver Coins vs Silver Bullion

  • Silver Production By Country

    Silver Production By Country

  • Seated Liberty Dime 1891 to 1937

    Seated Liberty Dime 1891 to 1937

    Minted from 1837 until 1891, the Seated Liberty Dime enjoyed a production span of over 50 years, longer than the production for any other dime. This coin is 90% silver with a melt value of $ based off current silver price of $  oz.The dime was designed to be visually similar to the other Seated Liberty coinage produced during that time frame, the Seated Liberty Quarter, Seated Liberty Half Dollar and Seated Liberty Dollar. One companion coin, the Seated Liberty Twenty Cent Piece, was minted from 1875 through 1878 but was discontinued as being too similar to the quarter and was considered superfluous. Because the Coinage Act of 1837 standardized silver content values, the Seated Liberty Dime metal content consisted of 90% silver and 10% copper. While the diameter stayed the same at 17.9 millimeters, the weight of the coin changed over it’s production run. 1837 to 1853 -2.67 grams 1853 to ... Read More »
  • Barber Quarter 1892 to 1916

    Barber Quarter 1892 to 1916

  • Peace Dollar 1921-1928

    Peace Dollar 1921-1928

  • Capped Bust Quarter 1815 to 1838

    Capped Bust Quarter 1815 to 1838

  • Franklin Half Dollar 1948 to 1963

    Franklin Half Dollar 1948 to 1963