Hi all – I updated my Google spreadsheet with a new worksheet. This one has the inventory for a wide range of products as of this morning at four North American dealers: APMEX, JM Bullion, SD Bullion, and Silver.com. I didn't have time to complete the sheet for Provident and Silver Gold Bull (happy to let others do that – let me know), so those columns are blank. Note that Provident is owned by JM Bullion now, and last time I checked their prices were identical (Silver.com is also owned by JM Bullion, but they're always significantly cheaper, and compete with SD Bullion for the lowest priced dealer in North America). I still have the original pre-crisis worksheet (see the tabs at bottom), which is super handy to see what premiums are like under normal circumstances. As you can see, the shelves are almost bare at the moment, but it's actually improved a bit over the past week or two. 2020 American Silver Eagles are in stock at all dealers, and 2020 Queens Beasts at most. The premiums are still very inflated, around 60 - 75% on ASE, compared to 15 - 20% before the crisis. All the normal bars are gone, but most were gone before the crisis due to a strange bar shortage. APMEX is the only dealer with new bars – their house bars (APMEX branded). Normal rounds are gone, but JMB and Silver.com still have a lot of weird rounds, e.g. "1 oz Colorized Proof American Western Skulls Gambler Silver Round (New w/ COA)", or "1 oz Antique Amy Brown Collection Haunted Pumpkin Patch Silver Round (New w/ COA)" , of course for more than a 100% premium over spot... APMEX still has their house rounds, at a 48% premium. Ouch. I don't recommend buying retail physical right now, due to the extremely inflated premiums. I've been putting money into gold and silver ETFs and OneGold vaulted bullion lately, made a bit of return already. But you're in charge of you... Enjoy.