550 Million Ounces of Silver Were Used in 1964 At The United States Mint

550 million ounces of silver used in minting US coins in 1964

Amount of Silver Used at the U.S. Mint in 1964 In 1964 the U.S. Mint used the equivalent of 67% of today’s total silver mining production to mint dimes, quarters and half dollars for every day use Silver Used By The U.S. Mint In 1964 The U.S. Mint used 549,549,066 ounces of silver to make Read More →

Silver Hits Record Demand in 2013 – Led By 76% Increase in Coin and Bar Sales

Silver is one of the world's oldest forms of money

Silver Hits Record Demand in 2013 Silver demand surges in 2013 lead by demand for physical bullion for investment and industrial uses. Silver demand hit a record high in 2013 according to the “World Silver Survey 2014″, released today by the Silver Institute. Highlights of the World Silver Survey 2014: – Total silver demand was Read More →