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The US Silver Market
Silver in America can be traded on both the New York Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. In the United States, individuals can buy silver in the form of an ETF, and as physical bullion.

US Silver Pricing

Silver is priced in US Dollars per troy ounce, and the currency is used as the predominate currency upon which silver is priced worldwide. The United States generally sells silver in Ounce denominations, including 1 ounce, 100 ounce and 1000 ounce sizes.

Silver is a highly volitile metal, and the volatility of the silver price draws investors worldwide.

US Silver Production

The United States of America and Canada were the largest producers of silver in the world in the ninteenth century, however production dropped off, and today the United States is the 8th largest producer of silver worldwide. Most silver bullion produced in the United States is mined in Nevada.

US Silver Coin Production

The United States Mint manufactures the American Eagle silver coin. Private investors and individuals like to buy silver coins produced by the US Mint. The most popular silver coin sold by the US mint is the gold American Eagle. The American Eagle silver coin is available in 1 ounce size only. The silver American Eagle coins are sold in Monster Boxes from the United States Mint, and the price of silver American Eagles varies in line with the spot price of silver. The silver Buffalos in circulation in the United States are not produced by the United States Mint - they are produced by private mints.

Silver 10-Year High

Silver's 10-year high of $48.70 USD was reached in 2011.

Silver 10-Year Low

Silver's 10-year low of $8.88 USD was reached in 2008.