Ag/Cr metallic superlattices with bilayer thickness in the range of 17–136Å were prepared by metal-MBE method. X-ray diffraction measurements indicated that the thickness fluctuations of each layer were rather small. The lattice matching at the interface between Ag(100) and Cr(100) is almost perfect. But, the interplanar spacings of Ag(100) and Cr(100) changed as a function of bilayer thickness. Surface wave velocities have been measured using Brillouin spectroscopy. In contrast to Au/Cr superlattices which show a hardening, a plot of surface wave velocities as a function of the bilayer thickness in Ag/Cr superlattices showed a distinct dip.