The aim of the paper is to establish the structure of growing stocks, current volume increment, value of growing stocks and current value increment by different social collectives in mountainous pure and uniform spruce stands. Inorder to achieve this, spruce stands from 9 site units were analysed; on each site unit analyses of five plots measuring 30 x 30 m were carried out. Trees from the stand canopy account for more than 95 % of stand volume and even a slightly higher share of stand value. The collective of 100 thickest trees per hectare represents about 40 % of stand volume or stand value. The percentage of veneer quality is low (3-4 %), while the percentage of first class sawlogs quality is four times higher. A precondition for high value increments on the analysed sites were high growing stocks. The value increments of the stands included in this research has already begun to decrease.