Our friends at Demonocracy have finally released an infographic visualizing silver bullion supplies. 
Demonocracy made infographics famous by visualizing the US Debt in $100 bills and the global derivatives casino among others.

The new MUST SEE silver bullion infographic visualizes silver bullion mined throughout history, available in the LBMA, COMEX, EFT reported holdings, silver reserves, and much more. 
Unlike US debt stacked in pallets of $100 bills, the world’s silver supply does NOT dwarf the NYC skyline.

Full MUST SEE infographic is below:

 

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From Demonocracy:

Silver – Visualized in Bullion Bars

This infographic shows all the Silver ever mined throughout history.
Silver price is currently hovering around $30 / troy oz.
When Silver price hits $31.10 / troy oz each gram of Silver will be exactly $1.
Silver is usually measured in Troy Ounces. A Troy Ounce is about 1.09 regular Ounces.

Silver – Size Chart
This is a chart of standard Silver bullion size comparison.
The silver bars are measured by Silver volume & weight of
10.49 g/cm−3 in typical Silver Bar Dimensions.

 

 

1 Ton of Silver = $1 Million @ $31.10 / Troy oz
Silver price is hovering around $30/ troy oz, once Silver hits $31.10 / troy oz, Silver will cost exactly $1/gram,
at that point the 1 Ton of Silver displayed above will be worth exactly $1 Million Dollars

Silver is not purposely mined, 80% of new Silver production is a by-product of Gold or Copper mining, this is due to Silver’s recent low value compared to other metals.
Silver has the best electrical conductivity of any element and highest thermal conductivity of any metal.

 

 

1 Ton of Silver
10 Tonnes of Silver
100 Tonnes of Silver
1000 Tonnes of Silver

The 1 ton of silver is worth $1 million dollars at $31.10 / troy oz.

While there are significant Silver reserves underground, due to the low prices they are not being mined. Silver has run a 63 year long supply/demand deficit as of year-end 2004, this is mainly
due to Silver getting lost and industrial production demand, including x-rays, photography, mirrors, electrical and electronic products.
This amounts to a deficit of 331.46 Tonnes since 1942. Source

 

 

 

BMG Bullion Fund
Silver ETF ZKB
Canadian Maples Minted
LBMA Estimated stocks
Central Fund of Canada
Estimated Private Bullion
COMEX Warehouses
US Eagles Minted
Silver ETF SLV 156.5 Tonnes
230.0 Tonnes
662.5 Tonnes
2332.7 Tonnes
2339.2 Tonnes
3732.4 Tonnes
3548.9 Tonnes
7477.8 Tonnes
9185.2 Tonnes

 

All Silver Mined in History – 1,411,475 T

The historical cumulative Gold to Silver production ratio is 1:10.7. Source
The price ratio of Silver to Gold is currently around 1:50.

A thorough analysis of world Silver supply and demand, and the source of the data above can be found here: Article 1, Article 2, Article 3

 

 

 

SD Bullion

  1. Don’t forget ‘highest reflectivity’ and it is also ‘anti-microbial’.
    We should get these fundamentals out to everyone in the investing world.
    Carve them into the sidewalks or something.

  2. Only 950 million silver ounces in the entire world? One ounce per 7 people?
    Anyone holding 100 ounces then, will be a comfortable man after paper money dies. Anyone holding say 10,000 ounces will be a billionaire.
     

    • I was on there around 3 PM Pacific time today with no access problems.  I have had trouble there before but not for a couple of weeks.

  3. John  each time I go on their site I get a message that my Norton protection blocked something called Fake App Attack Fave AV Redirect  31.  Nothing bothers my computer and I can get on the site but my firewall is blocking something.
    Silver has another quality not common to most commodities. It can make you smile when you look at your stack. try that with ‘Snookie’s Best of CD collection’.

    • THANK YOU AG: I AM SURE MANY OTHERS MUST HAVE ENCOUTERED THIS TODAY. SO FAR I CAN ONLY GET A PROXY PAGE FOR ARCHIVES USING  STARTPAGE SEARCH ENGINE.
      WHILE I AM COMMUNICATING WITH YOU AT THIS TIME LET ME SAY THAT I ADMIRE AND FOLLOW YOUR COMMENTARY ON THIS SITE RELIGIOUSLY AS I VALUE YOU REMARKS.  YESTERDAY HOWEVER YOU SCARED ME HALF TO DEATH WITH YOUR 2013 PREDICTIONS. I NEVER WITNESSED THIS KIND OF POST FROM YOU IN THE PAST AND IT CAUSED ME TO WONDER IF YOU WERE ON THE CUSP OF TOSSING IN THE TOWEL AND CASHING OUT.   

  4. Nah, John, I’m the last person to toss in the towel and cash out.  I’m not sure which post you are referring to but my purpose for posting something is to get the thoughts out of my mind and on to some digital paper.  There are concerns I have since the dots I see are pretty bleak sometimes but I’m  also more than a little hyperbolic at times.
    Most know me as that when I get the bit in my teeth.  I can assuage your concerns by making a basic statement that most of what we as potential problems will not happen unless the wheels really come off.  That could happen but there are some people in the seats of power, few as they may be, who can help pull us back from the brink.  We are all pretty smart folks here on this site and collectively our thinking will help us get past most problems.  We collectively can also affect the course  of events if we apply our will and strength to the problem at hand.  There are millions of people who are working on our side and that is a powerful force that goes mostly unseen. 

    • When we are all tossing ideas around and considering all of the potential future possibilities, we do come up with some off the wall ideas.  But, that is good since it shows that we can get outside the box and let our imaginations run with free thoughts.  I agree that some of the potential future events could be as nasty as we imagine, if not worse.  Still, considering all that could happen, doing all that we can to prepare for future problems is a good thought exercise.  It is also good to be as independent as we can be and not have to depend on the Gov to come and save us from some disaster.  Having lived through hurricanes in the US SE, tornadoes in the US SW, and earthquakes and volcanoes in the US NW, I can very honestly say that even some prep is of considerable help when the local SHTF.
       
      Smaller reasons to prep show up more often in the form of snow, freezing rain, and flooding.  All of these can be hazardous but not big problems if one has the food to keep themselves and their family fed and the fuel to keep everyone warm.  Having a light source is also quite a psychological lift, not to mention very handy at night or on dark days.
       
      Many of the preps that my wife and I have are just good common sense ideas.  Having a good battery powered radio, a couple of good flashlights, extra food and water not just for us but for everyone in our family, spare batteries, medications, extra blankets, firewood for our wood-stove, weapons, extra TP, and some silver just seem like reasonable precautions.  We’ve never had a BIG quake here but that does not mean that we won’t at some point.  Mt. St. Helens is about 45 miles from here and Mt. Hood is only about 70 miles from here.  Both are active volcanoes that have blown their tops before, sometimes with considerable force.  Being as ready as we can be for such events means that we have extra time to do some very important things, such as check on all of our family members or bring them to our place, board up windows, check our equipment, etc.  Those who do not prep will be wasting that precious time tearing off to the stores to empty the shelves of vital supplies in the usual buying frenzy panic of the unprepared.
       
      Not that we are hard core preppers in any regard, though.  Yes we can always do more or do a better job of the things that we are doing but for the most part we stick to the common sense basics.  Maybe that makes us “prepper lights”?  :-)

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