• 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 »
  • 4 Silver Flatware Buying Tips

    4 Silver Flatware Buying Tips

  • Silver Coin Melt Values (Live)

    Silver Coin Melt Values (Live)

  • Most Popular Silver Bullion

    Most Popular Silver Bullion

  • How much is a silver half dollar worth?

    How much is a silver half dollar worth?

  • Standing Liberty Quarter

    Standing Liberty Quarter

    Standing Liberty Quarters currently have a melt value of¬†$ The Coinage Act of 1890 gave the director of the mint “permission” to change the design of U.S. coins without requiring prior congressional approval. While this wasn’t required, then U.S. Mint director Robert W. Woolley felt a design change was necessary and, since prior Presidential administrations pushed to have the non-silver coins redesigned and issued, designs to replace the Barber dime, quarter and half dollar were sought. After several design changes, the design for the quarter by Hermon Atkins MacNeil were approved. The Standing Liberty Quarter was issued from 1916 through 1930. There were three significant design changes during the mintage of the Standing Liberty Quarter. The first design changes occurred in 1917 and affected both sides of the coin. The most major redesign was the redistribution of the 13 stars on the reverse from 7 on the left and 6 ... Read More »
  • Franklin Half Dollar 1948 to 1963

    Franklin Half Dollar 1948 to 1963

  • Barber Dime 1892 to 1916

    Barber Dime 1892 to 1916

  • Seated Liberty Dime 1891 to 1937

    Seated Liberty Dime 1891 to 1937

  • Kennedy Half Dollar 1964 to 1970

    Kennedy Half Dollar 1964 to 1970