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How much is a 1kg bar of silver worth?

1kg silver bars available at low premiums ideal for investors of all sizes. Our 1 kilo silver bars are brand new, pure 999 silver direct from an a London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) approved refiner….

Metal Ounce Gram
Gold £1,314.67 £42.27
Silver £17.543 £0.564
Platinum £777.30 £24.99
Palladium £1,504.00 £48.35

How much does a kg of silver cost?

Live Silver Price

Live Silver Price Silver Spot Price Today
Silver Price per Gram $0.73
Silver Price per Kilo $729.00
Silver Price per Ounce $22.67
8 October 2021, 13:59:58 (GMT-07:00)

How much is 1kg bar?

Gold Bullion Bar 1 Kg

Weight: Spot Price: Buy Price:
32.15 oz $ 58,472.48 $ 59,466.51

How big is a 1 kg silver bar?

76mm x 51mm x 28mm
Equals 32.15 troy oz and measures 76mm x 51mm x 28mm. This Kilo Silver Bar has beveled, interlocking edges that stack for safekeeping.

What does 1 kg of silver weigh?

32.15 Troy Ounces
Hand Poured Pure Silver Bars 1 kilo Size

Metal: Ag | Silver
Weight: 32.15 Troy Ounces | 1 kilo
Purity: .999 Fine Silver

How many ounces of silver are there in 1 kilo?

How many troy ounces of silver are in 1 kilogram? The answer is: The change of 1 kg – kilo (kilogram) unit of a silver amount equals = to 32.15 oz t (ounce (troy)) as the equivalent measure for the same silver type.

What is the size of a kilo silver bar?

The Convenience of Size. The largest gram/kilo sized silver bar that’s readily available is the five kilo bar, which is the equivalent of 5,000 grams. This bar typically measures either 245 mm long, 76 mm wide, and 30 mm deep, or 163 mm long, 70 mm wide, and 50 mm deep.

What is the price of a kilo of silver?

Of course, the actual value of one kilo of pure silver, otherwise known as fine silver with a purity of 999.9, is determined by its current price per troy ounce. At the current rate of $16.6, or 12.27 GBP per troy ounce, this is the price of 31.10gms.

What is a 10 oz silver bar?

10 oz silver bars are essentially the largest “small” bar available in the bullion market. They are also one of the most popular sizes in the market. This makes them extremely easy to resell when the time comes and since they are usually bought at slightly lower premiums there is more potential to turn them over for a profit down the line.