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Daily Silver Price History
Source: ICE Benchmark Administration and
London Bullion Market Association
(London PM benchmark price)


 
1987-12-31 6.7015
1987-12-30 6.7
1987-12-29 6.81
1987-12-24 6.73
1987-12-23 6.761
1987-12-22 6.7825
1987-12-21 6.7725
1987-12-18 6.794
1987-12-17 6.771
1987-12-16 6.715
1987-12-15 6.91
1987-12-14 7.04
1987-12-11 7.01
1987-12-10 6.725
1987-12-09 6.76
1987-12-08 6.705
1987-12-07 6.63
1987-12-04 6.8365
1987-12-03 6.955
1987-12-02 6.9325
1987-12-01 6.99
1987-11-30 7.254
1987-11-27 7.0035
1987-11-26 6.95
1987-11-25 6.885
1987-11-24 6.9225
1987-11-23 6.6335
1987-11-20 6.6
1987-11-19 6.645
1987-11-18 6.6625
1987-11-17 6.726
1987-11-16 6.5575
1987-11-13 6.71
1987-11-12 6.641
1987-11-11 6.49
1987-11-10 6.411
1987-11-09 6.661
1987-11-06 6.3725
1987-11-05 6.285
1987-11-04 6.74
1987-11-03 6.955
1987-11-02 7
1987-10-30 6.88
1987-10-29 7.14
1987-10-28 7.456
1987-10-27 7.35
1987-10-26 7.574
1987-10-23 7.526
1987-10-22 7.5015
1987-10-21 7.504
1987-10-20 7.835
1987-10-19 8.308
1987-10-15 7.815
1987-10-14 7.7015
1987-10-13 7.73
1987-10-12 7.832
1987-10-09 7.82
1987-10-08 7.654
1987-10-07 7.6525
1987-10-06 7.62
1987-10-05 7.5675
1987-10-02 7.5335
1987-10-01 7.55
1987-09-30 7.6425
1987-09-29 7.55
1987-09-28 7.63
1987-09-25 7.57
1987-09-24 7.6355
1987-09-23 7.5415
1987-09-22 7.658
1987-09-21 7.36
1987-09-18 7.631
1987-09-17 7.509
1987-09-16 7.621
1987-09-15 7.71
1987-09-14 7.555
1987-09-11 7.821
1987-09-10 7.595
1987-09-09 7.5165
1987-09-08 7.6415
1987-09-07 7.6875
1987-09-04 7.68
1987-09-03 7.66
1987-09-02 7.6
1987-09-01 7.45
1987-08-28 7.547
1987-08-27 7.7275
1987-08-26 7.7
1987-08-25 7.75
1987-08-24 7.615
1987-08-21 7.615
1987-08-20 7.7575
1987-08-19 7.661
1987-08-18 7.62
1987-08-17 7.53
1987-08-14 7.6275
1987-08-13 7.86
1987-08-12 7.76
1987-08-11 7.815
1987-08-10 7.734
1987-08-07 7.985
1987-08-06 8.2925
1987-08-05 8.43
1987-08-04 8.73
1987-08-03 8.6
1987-07-31 8.32
1987-07-30 8.005
1987-07-29 8.026
1987-07-28 7.735
1987-07-27 7.684
1987-07-24 7.6825
1987-07-23 7.745
1987-07-22 7.725
1987-07-21 7.67
1987-07-20 7.5255
1987-07-17 7.71
1987-07-16 7.788
1987-07-15 7.645
1987-07-14 7.696
1987-07-13 7.555
1987-07-10 7.655
1987-07-09 7.632
1987-07-08 7.36
1987-07-07 7.47
1987-07-06 7.2025
1987-07-03 7.241
1987-07-02 7.38
1987-07-01 7.3
1987-06-30 7.142
1987-06-29 6.9525
1987-06-26 6.81
1987-06-25 6.831
1987-06-24 6.95
1987-06-23 6.76
1987-06-22 7
1987-06-19 7.502
1987-06-18 7.49
1987-06-17 7.475
1987-06-16 7.669
1987-06-15 7.499
1987-06-12 7.9075
1987-06-11 7.79
1987-06-10 7.93
1987-06-09 7.715
1987-06-08 7.86
1987-06-05 7.88
1987-06-04 7.63
1987-06-03 7.671
1987-06-02 7.575
1987-06-01 7.3385
1987-05-29 7.685
1987-05-28 7.485
1987-05-27 7.2955
1987-05-26 8.0265
1987-05-22 8.9925
1987-05-21 8.975
1987-05-20 9.38
1987-05-19 9.08
1987-05-18 9.4425
1987-05-15 8.864
1987-05-14 8.65
1987-05-13 8.695
1987-05-12 8.69
1987-05-11 8.295
1987-05-08 8.19
1987-05-07 8.095
1987-05-06 8.1925
1987-05-05 8.95
1987-05-01 7.935
1987-04-30 8.125
1987-04-29 8.252
1987-04-28 8.445
1987-04-27 10.925
1987-04-24 9.1375
1987-04-23 8.302
1987-04-22 7.841
1987-04-21 7.8425
1987-04-16 7.19
1987-04-15 7.2415
1987-04-14 6.87
1987-04-13 6.89
1987-04-10 6.9
1987-04-09 6.6525
1987-04-08 6.689
1987-04-07 6.745
1987-04-06 6.499
1987-04-03 6.3525
1987-04-02 6.299
1987-04-01 6.256
1987-03-31 6.305
1987-03-30 6.229
1987-03-27 5.96
1987-03-26 5.841
1987-03-25 5.9125
1987-03-24 5.7115
1987-03-23 5.5625
1987-03-20 5.555
1987-03-19 5.565
1987-03-18 5.576
1987-03-17 5.5915
1987-03-16 5.56
1987-03-13 5.66
1987-03-12 5.565
1987-03-11 5.546
1987-03-10 5.525
1987-03-09 5.55
1987-03-06 5.5325
1987-03-05 5.5075
1987-03-04 5.475
1987-03-03 5.4425
1987-03-02 5.429
1987-02-27 5.4675
1987-02-26 5.4725
1987-02-25 5.5025
1987-02-24 5.45
1987-02-23 5.478
1987-02-20 5.44
1987-02-19 5.3975
1987-02-18 5.39
1987-02-17 5.451
1987-02-16 5.451
1987-02-13 5.4275
1987-02-12 5.511
1987-02-11 5.5425
1987-02-10 5.5395
1987-02-09 5.53
1987-02-06 5.564
1987-02-05 5.495
1987-02-04 5.5025
1987-02-03 5.485
1987-02-02 5.529
1987-01-30 5.55
1987-01-29 5.607
1987-01-28 5.73
1987-01-27 5.625
1987-01-26 5.551
1987-01-23 5.515
1987-01-22 5.541
1987-01-21 5.475
1987-01-20 5.598
1987-01-19 5.65
1987-01-16 5.562
1987-01-15 5.567
1987-01-14 5.579
1987-01-13 5.5425
1987-01-12 5.508
1987-01-09 5.388
1987-01-08 5.416
1987-01-07 5.36
1987-01-06 5.4
1987-01-05 5.368
1987-01-02 5.3625


 
 
 
 
 
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