This question is a thought expansion on this What early tools might be devised on a planet where diamonds were abundant?
According to this article, prehistoric men already utilized gold and silver for decorations and bullion for trade (or currency), and learned that harder metal, named iron and copper, is better used for tools.
However, what if silver rarity is swapped with iron and gold with copper?
As you can see from the earth's element chart, iron is abundant enough to be included in the chart (5%), but in this world it's silver that is abundant.
Will the prehistoric man be able to utilize gold and silver, and how?
Every other metal rarity is unchanged.
I'm mainly concerned that gold will not be used tools, and whether iron will be the new gold instead.