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Production of gold and silver in the world since the discovery of America

[From 1493 to 1885 is from a table of averages for certain periods, compiled by Dr. Adolph Soetbeér; for the years since, the production

is the annual estimate of the Bureau of the Mint]

Percentage of

Gold Silver production

Annual average for period Total for period Annual average for period Total for period By weight By value

Period °

Coining value Q g O £•?

Fine ounces Value Fine ounces Value Fine ounces Coining value Fine ounces in Standard £- <P S. <

silver dollars " "

1493-1520 186 470 S3.855.000 5.221.160 $107.931.000 1.511.050 $1.954.000 42.309.400 $54.703.000 11 89 66.4 33.6

1521-1544 230194 4 759.000 5.524.656 114.205.000 2.899.930 3.745.000 69.589.320 89-986.000 7.4 62.6 55.9 44.1

1545-1560 273596 5!656.000 4.377.544 90.492.000 10.017.940 12.952.000 160.287.040 207.240.000 2.7 97.3 30.4 69.6

1561-1580 219906 4 546.000 4.398.120 90.917.000 9.628.925 12.450.000 192.578.500 248.990.000 2.2 97.8 26.7 73.3

1581-1600 237267 4 905.000 4.745.340 98.095.000 13.467.635 17.413.000 269.352.700 348.254.000 1.7 98.3 22 78

1601-1620 273918 5 662 000 5.478.360 113.248.000 13.596.235 17.579.000 271942.700 351.579.000 2 98 24.4 75.6

1621-1640 266845 5 516.000 5.336.900 110.324.000 12.645.240 16.361.000 253 084 800 327.221.000 2.1 97.9 25.2 74.8

1641-1660 281955 5.828.000 5.639.110 116.571.000 11.776.545 15.226.000 235.530.900 304.525.000 2.3 97.7 27.7 72.3

1661-1680 297709 6154.000 5.954.180 123.084.000 10.834.550 14.008.000 216.991.000 280.166.000 2.7 97.3 30.5 69.5

1681-1700 346095 7154.000 6.921.895 143 088.000 10.992.085 14.212.000 219 841.700 284.240.000 3.1 96.9 33.5 66.5

1701-1720 412'l63 8 520 000 8.243.260 170.403.000 11.432.540 14.781000 228.650.800 295.629.000 3.5 96.5 36.6 73.4

1721-1740 613422 12 681000 12.268.440 253.611.000 13.863.080 17.924 000 277.261.600 358.480.000 4.2 95.8 41.4 58.6

1741-1760 791211 16.356.000 15.824.230 327.116.000 17.140.612 22.162.000 342.812.235 443.232 000 4.4 95.6 42.5 57.5

1761-1780 665066 13.761.000 13.313.315 275.211.000 20.985.591 27.133.000 419.711.820 542.658000 3.1 96.9 33.7 66.3

1781-1800 571948 11.832.000 11.438.970 236.464.000 28.261.779 36.540.000 565.235.580 730.810.000 2 98 24.4 75.6

1801-1810 571563 11.815.000 5.715.627 118.152.000 28.746.922 37.168.000 287 469.225 371.677.000 1.9 98 1 24.1 75.9

1811-1820 367957 7.606.000 3.679.568 76.063.000 17.385.755 22.479.000 173.857.555 224.786 000 2.1 97.9 25.3 74.7

1821-1830 457044 9.448.000 4.570.444 94.479.000 14.807.004 19.144.000 148.070.040 191.444.000 3 97 33 67

1831-1840 652291 13.484.000 6.522.913 134.841.000 19.175.876 24.739.000 191.758.675 247.930000 3.3 96.7 35.2 64.8

1841-1850 1760502 36.393000 17.605.018 363.928.000 25 040.342 32.440.000 250.903.422 324.400.000 6.6 934 52.9 47.1

1851-1855 6410324 132.513.000 32.051.621 662.566.000 28.488.597 36.824.000 142.442.986 184.169.000 18.4 81.6 78.3 21.7

1856-1860 6'486262 134.083.000 32.431.312 670.415.000 29.095.428 37.618.000 145.477.142 188 092.000 18.2 81.8 781 21.9

1861-1865 5949582 122.988.000 29.747.913 614.944.000 35.401.972 45.772.000 177.009.962 228.861.000 14.4 85,6 72.9 27.1

1866-1870 6 270.086 1129.614.000 31.350.430 648.061.000J 43.051.583 55.633.000 215.257.914 278 313 000 12 7 87 3 70 30

}«7fi"lf^°M 577-883-000 63.317.014 81.864.000 316.585.069 409.322:000 ai 9L9 58.5 41.5

5/%Hl2 114-586-°°° 27.715.550 572.931.000 78.775.602 101.851.000 393.878.009 509.256.000 6.6 93.4 53 47

TaS'^n tln^n5 "-H6.000 23.937.773 495.582.000 92003.944 118.955 000 460.019.722 594.773.000 5 95 45.5 54.5

iqo?"^ ntn1'282 H2-895-000 27.306.411 564.474.000 108.911.431 140.815.000 544.557.155 704.074.000 4.8 95.2 44.5 55.5

J-^H-5^5 162.947.000 39.412.823 814.736.000 157.581.331 203.742.000 787.906.656 1.018.708.000 4.8 95.2 44 4 55.6

}q™'^ 12-447 939 257.301.000 62.234.698 1.286.505.400 165.693.304 214.229.700 828.465.522 1.071.148.400 7 93 54 6 45 4

1901-1905 15.606.730 322.619.000 78.033.650 1.613.099.100 167.995.408 217206.200 839.977.042 1 086.030.000 8 5 91.5 59 8 40 7

Ï25 19.471.080 402 503.000 165.053.497 213.403.800 10.5 89.5 65.3 34.2

]™ 19.977.260 412.966.600 184.206.984 238.166.600 9.8 90.2 63.4 36.6

21.422.244 442.837.000 203.131.404 262.634.500 9.5 90.5 62.8 37.2

|qV9 21.965.111 454.059.100 212.149.023 274.293.700 9.4 90 6 62.3 37.7

22.022.180 455.236.100 221.715.637 286.662.700 9 91 61.4 38.6

22.397.136 462.989.761 226.192.923 292.451.500 9 91 61.2 38.8

22.605.068 467.288.203 230.904.241 298.542.852 8.9 911 61 39

}ft8 460.051.329 210.013.423 271.532.506 9 5 90.5 62.5 37 2

21.301.836 440.348.027 172.263.596 222.724.649 11 89 66.4 33.6

toTc 22.73 <.520 470.026.251 173.000.507 223.677.423 11.6 88.4 67.7 32.3

t,}2 Bo^h9^ f5i^-136 180.801.919 233.764.096 10.8 89.2 66.1 33.9

i 20.345 528 420.579.351 186.125.017 240.646.486 9.8 90.2 63.6 36.4

£\l 18.6140.39 384.786.306 203.159.431 262.770.779 3.3 91.7 59.4 40.9

IJ/698-184 365.853.933 179.849.940 232.533,256 8.9 911 61.1 38.9

16.130.110 333.423.975 173 296.382 224.059:968 8 5 91.5 59.7 40.3

JIS ^fhlf 171.235.542 221.460.095 8,4 916 59.8 40.1

\lit o^-^-0^3 209.815.448 271.276.538 6.8 93.2 549 45.1

]4a TS3VJt 246.009 534 318.072.933 6.7 93.3 53.6 46.4

]92t 19.031.001 393.405.653 239.484.803 309 636.787 7.4 92.6 56 44

}%® 19-°2P42, 393-301.128 245.213.993 317.044.355 7.2 92.8 554 44.6

19.349.118 399.981.749 253.790.166 328.139.204 7.1 92.9 54.9 45.1

\£L Jn^H?n ^hGl8Jïl 253.981.085 328.379.585 7.1 92.9 55 45

]™ 19.700.049 407.236.156 257.925.154 333.478 987 7.1 92.9 55 45

il^iE ^i^l 260.970029 337.415.795 6.9 92.1 544 45.6

19dU 20.160 355 416.751.523 248.139.133 320.826.354 7 5 92.5 56.5 43.5

Total ■ • 1.061.340.987 21.940.679.253 14.976.992.838 ia364.192.748 ~ël ~93A 53U 46?

o-?«o^e w,orld-Production of the tw° precious metais during the years 1931 and 1932 was as follows (in Fine Ounces): Gold: 22.553.400 and 24.200.000 (est.). Silver: 193.000.000 (est.) and 160 000.000. (est.) This will bring the totals of the World-output for the 440 years up to respectively 1.108.094.000 and 15.329.992.838 fine ounces and shows a ratio of production of 1:13,83.