I seem to remember an article that revealed that my favorite antique 1884 Colt .45 Peacemaker cost the original buyer some $12.50 in silver, or an ounce of gold, in the year that Sam Colt made it. With its collectible value now in the range of 5 or 10 oz Gold, and a new made Colt costing up to an oz as well, it is hard to say what the paper US dollar is worth, if anything.
Of the most precious metals in existence, your Colt may prove the most likely to show infinite value. But the other two, it would seem, as revealed by the mining ratios you revealed today, will continue to display about 12 to 1 in scarcity, and values.
With the sensible pre-64 90% silver coin buying exceeding the purchase of gold coins that will be entirely too valuable to spend for buying less than a few hundred acres and a few homes, the all government criminal silver market manipulation now practiced world wide, may come to an end, or be replaced, as usual with confiscation.
Then those Peacemakers with their semi-precious brass, copper and lead contents, will reach their truly infinite value.