What is the highest silver price in history?
$52.50 per ounce
What is Silver’s all time high price? Silver reached its all-time highest price of $52.50 per ounce on January 21, 1980 (adjusted for inflation approximately $165 per ounce).
What was silver’s highest price per ounce?
The silver price record high was set on 18th January 1980 at $49.45 (£21.65) per troy ounce fuelled by Nelson Bunker Hunt’s cornering of the market….Highest Ever Silver Prices in US Dollars, Sterling and Euros.
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What is a silver price chart and why use it?
This chart allows you to view silver prices on an intraday, daily, or even yearly basis, and you can see silver price history going back several decades. Why Use Charts? Whether you are a short-term silver trader or a long-term buyer of silver, price charts can be a useful tool in your investment strategy.
What was the price of silver in the 1970s?
Four Decades of Performance. Using the main interactive chart below, you can easily view four decades worth of silver price history. Going back to the mid 1970s, silver was valued at less than $10 per ounce. The white metal began to rise in the late 70s, however, and by 1980 was valued at over $36 per ounce.
Where can I find daily silver price information and data?
You can always find fresh up to date silver price information on our live Silver Price page. For daily US dollar silver price quotes and data, you can search the last 50 years of data there. Be sure to bookmark them both if daily silver price history and information are essential to you.
Is real inflation silver price data more accurate?
This real inflation Silver Price Chart value data uses more accurate price inflation reporting methods in place as of 1980. According to the following chart, ongoing fiat US dollar silver price values are lower now than even in the year 2000 (using fiat US dollar real inflation data).