• Silver Production By Country

    Silver Production By Country

    We thought it was time to do a little reasearch and detail and list the worlds silver production by country. Among the top countries are Mexico, China, Peru (might be a surprise), Australia, and Russia. More details below, thanks for reading. While somewhat tied to the gold markets, silver prices declined significantly in 2013, even though trends for both gold and silver point to gains in 2014. However, some of these gains will rely on silver production for 2014 with several countries producing prodigious amounts of silver for the world market. Here’s a quick list of the top 5 silver producing countries in the world based on 2012 numbers (2013 numbers are being compiled): Mexico With a 2012 production of 162+ million ounces, Mexico is far and away the largest producer of silver in the world. Both Fesnillo and Goldcorp have several assets producing silver in conjunction with other metals such ... Read More »
  • Silver Coin Melt Values (Live)

    Silver Coin Melt Values (Live)

  • Most Popular Silver Bullion

    Most Popular Silver Bullion

  • 4 Silver Flatware Buying Tips

    4 Silver Flatware Buying Tips

  • Largest Silver Mines in the World

    Largest Silver Mines in the World

  • Roosevelt Dime 1946 to 1964

    Roosevelt Dime 1946 to 1964

    The Roosevelt Dime was minted as 90% silver from 1946 to 1964. These dimes are still minted today but with a blend of copper and nickel with 0% silver. If you have one that is dated between 1946 and 1964 this coin would have a melt value of  $ The Roosevelt Dime which enjoys circulation to this day, was originally introduced in 1946 as a tribute to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. A few weeks after his death in April, 1945, legislation was introduced to replace the current Mercury Dime with a new design. Many U.S. coins had been in circulation since 1916 and 1918 and the time seemed right to introduce new coinage. Not only was this seen as a tribute to Roosevelt’s presidency and his support for the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (aka March of Dimes), but it was also seen as a return to “normalcy” for the general ... Read More »
  • Seated Liberty Dollar 1840 to 1873

    Seated Liberty Dollar 1840 to 1873

  • Standing Liberty Quarter

    Standing Liberty Quarter

  • Washington Quarter 1932 to Present

    Washington Quarter 1932 to Present

  • Silver War Nickels 1942 to 1945

    Silver War Nickels 1942 to 1945