Other notable & famous native silver occurences :
- First of all : The silver sidewalk at Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. Probably the largest single mass of native silver ever found.
- The legendary "Silbertisch" (silver table) of Schneeberg, Saxony / Germany, which was found around 1477. It was such an enormous block of silver, that Duke Albrecht once used it as diner table, hence the name "Silbertisch".
- Superb crystals of silver up to 2 cm have been found repeatedly in the Keeweenaw peninsula, Michigan, USA, namely in the White Pine Mine, the Copper Falls mine and the Kearsarge Mine.
- Large accumulations of secondary native silver from a well developed cementation zone occured together with chlorargyrite at St. Joachimsthal / Jachymov in Bohemia, giving rise to the famous "Joachimsthaler" mint, which lent his name to the later Taler and Dollar.
- Excellent arborescent silver aggregates are known from Mexiko in the states of Sonora, Chihuahua, Guerrero and Zacatecas.
- Large nuggets of native silver up to several kg occur both in the Ural mountains as well as in the Sorskoye deposit, Siberia, both GUS.