Precious metals miner Gold Resource Corporation (NYSE: GORO) declared its July dividend, which will be paid on August 23 this year.
The miner has returned around $110mln to shareholders in monthly dividends since commercial production began in July 1, 2010.
Shareholders also have the option to convert their cash dividends and take delivery in physical gold and silver.
The latest dividend is for 1/6 of a cent per share.
Earlier this month, the miner repeated its annual guidance for 2017 of 27,500 ounces of gold and 1.85mln ounces of silver, plus or minus 5%.
Preliminary second quarter production at the firm's Aguila project in Mexico totalled around 5,696 ounces of gold, 397,670 ounces of silver, 294 tonnes of copper, 1,207 tonnes of lead and 4,176 tonnes of zinc.
Through the first half of 2017, GORO'S preliminary production totals approximately 12,443 ounces of gold, 825,560 ounces of silver, 514 tonnes of copper, 2,134 tonnes of lead and 6,820 tonnes of zinc.
The firm is a gold and silver producer, developer and explorer with operations in Oaxaca, Mexico and Nevada, USA. The output comes from Mexico.