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Greater Atlanta Coin Show
2019, our 32nd year of monthly coin shows
Silver prices bounced up and down in the past year, some bounces more dramatic than others.
For the year-over-year comparison, the silver market price from the September 2018 coin show to the September 2019 coin show increased by $3.96 or 27.9%.
Comparatively, silver increased by $1.145 or 6.7% from the August show to the September show. (London market numbers)
Throughout the coin show's years starting in 1988, silver's price dramatically changed.
Coin Show - Silver Charts
Silver's peak value for 2018 occurred in January, then bounced up and down with an overall downward trend, but it began 2019 with an up-tick.
Let's look at the New York closing market prices on the last trading day before the September 2019 coin show:
The New York market closed at $18.22 on the Friday before the September show, while the London market closed at $18.145.
Take a look at this chart of the silver prices for September 2018 through September 2019 (London Market values).
Each of these values reflect the prices on the Friday just prior to the monthly coin shows.
Through the coin show years, silver prices fluctuated from a low of just over $3.50 per ounce to the high value of over $48 in April 2011.
Silver's market values frequently bounce up and down in today's environment.
The charts have been updated to include through the Friday before the most recent show.
These charts do not reflect the silver bullion volatility occurring on other dates.
This chart shows the silver prices from the London Fix numbers just prior to each Sunday show through all the coin show years, 1988-to-date.
The numbers for the silver prices in the charts above were pulled from Kitco's historical silver data using London Fix values. Click on historical silver information to go to Kitco's much more detailed data and charts.
Their site provides much more detail of the daily values through these years rather than just the days before coin shows and the singular high and low points as shown in the above silver charts.