The NMR lines of 109Ag have been investigated in solutions of several silver salts in acetonitrile, propionitrile, pyridine, and ethylenediamine, and also in aqueous solutions of Na2S2O3 and ethyl-amine. In these solvents the Ag+ -ions form one or several complexes. In any case a single NMR line was to be detected, i. e. a rapid chemical exchange between different complexes in a sample may be assumed. The concentration dependence of the chemical shifts was determined with high accuracy for these solutions. From these results the chemical shift data of some defined complexes were derived. The chemical shifts of mixtures of AgCl and AgBr and also of AgCl and Agl dissolved in 70% aqueous solution of ethylamine are linear functions of the anions mole fraction. In two samples of AgNO3 dissolved in organic solvents, the ratio υ(109Ag)/υ(107Ag) = 1.149 640 (1) was measured in good agreement with the value from silver salts in aqueous solutions; i. e. no primary isotopic effect was to be detected within these limits of error (0.9 ppm).