As of Sept. 18, 2014, the price per ounce for silver is $18.65, making the 0.999 silver coin worth the same amount. However, the coin's worth depends on the current market value of silver, which fluctuates rapidly and is... More »

Since gold is worth significantly more than silver per ounce, it is logical that gold will always be worth more than silver. For example, the live spot price of gold on April 7, 2015, was $1,211.82, but the silver spot p... More »

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Gold is typically worth more than silver because it is in higher demand among several markets, according to JM Bullion. Gold is used more for fashion jewelry, viewed as more of a viable currency than silver and is more d... More »

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As of late June, 2014, one troy ounce of .999 fine silver is worth $20.87. This price constantly fluctuates, depending on the market, but has stayed within three dollars of this amount over the past year. More »

A few tips for buying silver coins are that the buyer should know the dealer, the buyer should not purchase exotic coins and the buyer should avoid buying premium, which is the cost per troy ounce charged by a dealer ove... More »

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Coinflation silver coin values are estimates of the value of the silver found in various American and Canadian coins that are listed alongside the face value of the coin. Coinflation silver coin values are only meant as ... More »

Undated 20 pence coins should be taken to the London Mint Office or other reputable coin dealers to determine their worth. In 2009, the London Mint Office, which is unrelated to the Royal Mint, offered recipients of the ... More »