|Sterling silver per Troy Ounce||15.23|
|Sterling silver per gram||0.490|
|Pure silver per Troy Ounce||16.46|
|Pure silver per gram||0.53|
|British silver coins up to 1919;|
|British silver coins|
from 1920 to 1946
The main hallmark of silver is a small lion. But, once again, the absence of a hallmark needn’t be an impediment to selling – we’ll test it free of charge with our acid. We simply scratch the surface to get past any plating and put a drop of acid on. If it goes green – it’s not silver.
As with gold it leaves a small scratch and a stain, which can be polished off or wears off with wear. We buy chains, ingots, rings, cutlery, and tea sets – anything made of silver.