Tables of the Value of Gold and Silver Per Ounce Troy: At Different Degrees of Fineness : with Other Tables which Will be Found Useful to Bankers, Assayers, Chemists, Merchants, Dealers in Bullion and Ores
A.J. Leary, 1881 - Assaying - 60 pages
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Page 57 - That the value of foreign coin as expressed in the money of account of the United States 'shall be that of the pure metal of such coin of standard value...
Page 52 - Method of Determining the respective quantities of Gold and Quartz in Quartz Specimen8.
Page 3 - To find value per oz., divide total value ($3,145.69) by standard ozs. (115.331) find you have $18.6048 which, will be seen by reference to the table is the value of 1 oz. of gold at 900 fine.
Page 1 - PER OUNCE TROY, AT DIFFERENT DEGREES OF FINENESS, WITH OTHER TABLES, WHICH WILL BE FOUND...
Page 25 - The values of silver per oz. in the following tables are computed from the formula that 99 ozs. of pure silver (1000 fine) are worth $128.00.
Page 25 - C for standard silver) are the intrinsic values of silver, being the values at which silver is equal to gold, dollar for dollar, or as $1 is to 15.98837, etc.