What is 'actual bullion value'?
Precious metals in bulk form are known as bullion, and are traded on commodity markets. Bullion metals may be cast into ingots, or minted into coins. The defining attribute of bullion is that it is valued by its mass and purity rather than by a face value as money. Many nations mint bullion coins, of which the most famous is probably the gold South African Krugerrand. Although nominally issued as legal tender, these coins' face value as currency is far below that of their value as bullion. For instance, the United States mints a gold bullion coin (the Gold Eagle) at a face value of $50 containing 1 troy ounce (31.1035 g) of gold $ as of January 2006, this coin is worth about $550 as bullion. Bullion coins' minting by national governments gives them some numismatic value in addition to their bullion value, as well as certifying their purity. The level of purity varies from country to country, with some bullion coins of as pure as 99.99% available (the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin meets this standard). Note that a 100% pure bullion is not possible, as absolute purity in extracted and refined metals can only be asymptotically approached. One of the largest bullion coins in the world is a 10,000 dollar coin minted in Australia which consists of a full kilogram of 99.9% pure gold; however China has produced coins in very limited quantities (less than 20 pieces minted) that exceed 260 troy ounces (8 kg) of gold. Gold as an investment and silver as an investment are often seen as a hedge against both inflation and economic downturn. Silver bullion coins have become popular with coin collectors due to their relative affordability, and unlike most gold and platinum issues which are valued based upon the markets, silver issues are more often valued as collectables, far higher than their actual bullion value. Boiled Down Actual bullion value is the value of the actual amount of precious metal contained within a coin, round, bar, etc. at the current market price for that metal. Current market prices can be found at www.kitco.com
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Answer . It's worth a whole cent. The fingerprint isn't stamped in but was etched when someone handled it with dirty fingers.. Answer . Over time, the oils from your skin will react with the metal in the coin, actually eating into the surface of the coin, which may make it look like the fing…erprint was stamped into the coin. This is considered damage to the coin and can easily make the coin worthless to collectors. (MORE)
Answer . Whatever item is for sale must have some value. If it is cash value, that simply means whatever the item is worth in coins and paper money, with a check being considered cash, also.
Right now a American Gold eagle is worth $990.60. and A Silver Eagle is worth $13.87.
"Bullion" is any metal deemed to be precious if it is rare. Precious metals in bulk form are known as bullion, and are traded on commodity markets. The defining attribute of bullion is that it is valued by its mass and purity, rather than by its face value as money.. Bullion metals include gold, si…lver, platinum, and palladium, and may be cast into ingots or minted into bars, rounds or coins. (MORE)
The difference between an estimate and an actual number is the difference between ideals and observations. For instance, You may think the time is 10:57, but in reality the probability of that is 0 due to the fact that time lies on a continuum. 10:57 is only an estimate; close enough for our purpose…s. The ideal: the actual time, is a theoretical ideal which we know must exist and be unique, but we can never know for certainty what it is. (MORE)
Actual value is the measurement you get. Theoretical is the one that you obtain when trying to get percent yield of that substance.
I think it depends on your insurance company. A friend totaled a car and they based the value of 3 or 4 values. Things like Kelly Blue Book and such.
The bullion reserve of a country is the indicator of the amount of wealth a country possesses. Bullion is defined as a bulk quantity of precious metals consisting of gold, silver and others that can be assessed by weight and cast as a lump. Bullion is valued by its purity and mass rather than its fa…ce value which is applicable in the case of money. (MORE)
The price of gold and silver bullion completely depends on the spot price and the mark up the dealer puts on the bullion. The best way to get an accurate estimate is to call or email the dealer. The company that I do all of my buying and selling is Dallas Gold & Silver Exchange. Their website is ht…tp://www.dgse.com. . Hope this Helps!! (MORE)
The actual value of a piece of jewelry is the current price themarket will determine if the jewelry is sold today. An appraisal isan estimated price the jewelry will sell for if the market anddemand is ideal.
Gold bullion is based on the going market for the metal and isusually purchased in bars with a troy ounce weight of about 400.The 1893 Deutsches Reich 20-mark coin weighs only about 8 grams, soit would not have the same value as a bullion brick, but a coin ingood shape can be worth over $200.
Bullionism is a term from the 15th century. It is when all value of currency is placed on the actual gold or silver.
What is the Value of a 1980 silver liberty bullion coin with a liberty head on front and eagle on the back?
It should have its silver weight and fineness somewhere in the design - e.g. "1 oz 999 fine". Convert the fineness to a decimal (e.g. 999 fine = 0.999) and multiply that by the number of ounces, and by the price of silver. Silver changes every day so you'll need to look at a newspaper's business …section or search online for "SPOT PRICE SILVER" (without the quotes, of course). (MORE)
\nhey - think you'll find its around the platinum spot metal price / weight, if its pure.
One can define an infinite number of fractions to successively approximate pi, and get closer and closer to pi's value.. There is no closest fraction to pi. No matter how close the fraction is to pi you can always find one that is closer.
Theoretical yield is the amount of the product that was suppossed to be if the reaction happened. Actual yield is the true (and practical) amount of the product.
I sent my gold buffalo to a place today called American Gold and Silver Exchange. They offered me $931.70. I accepted the offer. You should look at there website.. http://www.americangoldandsilverexchange.com. Hope this helped.
No. Depreciation is the process of allocating to expense the cost of a plant asset.
If you're looking at a list under this question in the book, I'm sorry you're not letting me see it, and there's no way I can give you the best answer from that list. My choice for the fraction closest to the actual value of (pi) is 22 / 7 . It's only about 0.04% wrong.
This information can vary from state-to-state - call the Clerk of Court for the Probate Court and ask.
Court bullion is a broth for poaching fish - classically it contains white wine, carrot, onion, celery, water or vegetable stock, and spices.
A bullion bar is a solid gold bar made of 24 carat gold...it has a fineness of 999.9 and can come in all weights.
Select the cells with the formulas and do a normal copy. Then, instead of pasting, keep the same cells selected, use the Paste Special option and choose Values. The formulas will be replaced by their values.
Rare Numismatic Coins will rise faster in value because not only do they have their silver, platinum, gold, or copper content but there is a much smaller availability. This causes an increase in value do to supply, demand and rarity. In Bullion you are dealing with a commodity that is always availab…le and in a much larger supply. (MORE)
Can you demand payment in 1.00 face value American Eagle silver bullion coins for silver certificates?
Not anymore. It used to be that until 1968 you could demand payment in silver for them and they would usually pay out in Morgan or Peace dollars.
If date is in excel sheet, you can simply apply function to change it. If data is in database table, then you have to either run the update statement to do it or add a column and insert %age value there. Also it is good idea to keep the actual value and %age value both in the row.
If the date is 1983 it's a fake, first year of issue was 1986. Postnew question. The above answer is incorrect. The first year of issue of the ONE OUNCE and ONE-HALF OUNCE ProofGold Bullion Coins was 1986. But the first year of issue for the ONE-QUARTER OUNCE &ONE-TENTH OUNCE Proof Gold Bullion Co…ins was 1988. Also key, is: "What is the date when the question is beinganswered?" 1) If this question was being answered on 01/26/1998, based on thespot price of gold, the ONE OUNCE coin would be worth approximately$305. 2) If this question was being answered on 01/25/2008, based on thespot price of gold, then ONE OUNCE coin would be worthapproximately $920. 3) However, if this question was being answered on 01/25/2013,based on the spot price of gold, the ONE OUNCE coin is worth about$1670. Obviously, for the ONE-TENTH OUNCE coin, you'd take 1/10th of theabove values for the respective dates. (MORE)
3,000 Pounds GBP in 1994 had the purchasing power of about Â£3,990 GBP today. NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations by a purpose designed program for which I can take no credit. The resulting answer should only be regarded as an approximation.
Not much. copper is currently at $4.32 a pound, and there are about 14.4 troy ounces in a pound, which means your troy ounce is worth about 30 cents.
There are many different values of bullion coins with Elizabeth II on them from many different Commonwealth countries and they all have different values. Some of the more common ones include the British Silver/Gold Britannia which have a picture of Britannia on the reverse of the coin and it is deno…minated in pound sterling. You might also have a British Sovereign, it is made out of gold and has a picture of St. George slaying the dragon on the reverse. Even though it has a face value of one pound sterling, it isn't denominated on the coin anywhere. You might also have a Canadian Gold/Silver/Platinum/Palladium Maple Leaf. These have maple leafs on the reverse, have a face value denominated in Canadian Dollars, and say how much precious metal is in them (for example, 1/20 troy ounces of gold). It is also possible you might have an Australian Gold Kangaroo, these have a kangaroo on the reverse, are denominated in Australian Dollars, and show how much gold is in them. These are just a few of the most common forms of bullion coins in the Commonwealth, please identify your coin, and post the year if you think it is worth more than spot price. (MORE)
Bullion refers to a precious metal, most commonly gold and silver when dealing with coins, but there are many other precious metals that could be referred to as bullion. The bullion value of anything, such as a coin, is the value of the gold it is made from and has nothing to do with the coin itsel…f. The bullion value of any precious metal will change on an hourly basis entirely on the whims of the market. (MORE)
Yes and no. Gold (and silver) jewelry are usually sold at a much, much higher premium when you buy it than coins and bullion and when sold, they are sold for just a bit more than scrap value (depending on what type of jewelry of course, some sell for much more). For example, if you buy a ring with $…100 worth of gold in it for $500 new, you might only get $150 or $200 if you sold it depending on the buyer. Unlike coins and bullion jewelry is subjective, what someone likes, others might hate and that affects the price that people will pay for it. If you are buying jewelry at (or below!) the price of the gold that is in it, it will keep its value so long as the gold price doesn't drop. However, if you are paying quite a bit more than the gold content of the jewelry, most likely it will not keep all of its value when you resell it. (MORE)
I do not really know what you are trying to establish. Perhaps the answer is 'The degree of accuracy'. Hope that helps.
Right click the source cell. Choose "Copy". Right click the destination cell. Choose "Paste Special". Now select "Values" (left click) and press (left click) "Ok".
Place value is the category the number the digit is in. For example, take 123. The 1 is worth one hundred, the 2 is worth 20 and the 3 is worth 3. Actual value is the number itself in that position. So, as an example, "What digit is in the hundreds place of the number 123?" The answer would be 1.
This is a American Eagle Gold 1/2 ounce bullion coin. The value is tied to the spot price of gold at time of sale. As of 10-26-11 it's $1,720.80 per ounce, so the value is $860.40. This price is a little less than you could buy it for and a little more than you could sell it for. But it gives you an… idea of value. Collectors versions of this coin do have higher values. NOTE: The spot price of gold and other precious metals changes by the minute when the market is open. So the value of this coin will go up and down. (MORE)
When comparing silver bars silver coins silver bullion silver shot or some other form of silver as a personal financial investment what typically holds the most value and why?
All forms have value as silver metal, but coins may have additional value as a collector's item. Their worth, weight and purity is already known and does not need verification.
The current spot price of silver is $31.71 per ounce, that's the value of this coin.
What is the value of a silver bullion with one silver koala Australia's teddy bear on one side and one troy ounce 999 fine silver on the other?
The Australian "koala" series of coins is minted in platinum. Can you advise a year, who or what is on the obverse side, a face value and the mint where it was minted. The mint should be indicated on the packaging it came in? Such coins are usually worth bullion value plus a few percent.
No. Not if there are an even number of observations and the middle two values are unequal.
silver bullions are different from gold bullions because they are not worth as much. gold is a more precious metal than silver so the silver bullions are worth less that the gold bullions.
An Australian 1993 1/20th oz Five Dollar (Proof) gold nugget (Whiptail wallaby), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition and original packaging, could fetch up to $120 AUD. There were 988 minted. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
No fraction is truly the closest to the "actual value" of pi. Pi isa nonstop number, thus it has no true value. The only way you couldask, "What's closest to pi?" is if you wanted a number rounded to acertain place. Sorry if I've disappointed you, but it's impossible. But as a reference, the Americ…an education system wants you to use3.14. If the choice is yours to make (i.e., in your job), then Iwould recommend using 3.14159, which is pi rounded to thehundred-thousandth place. +++ A common approximation, the integer fraction closest to pi andsufficient in practical problems not needing high accuracy, or as aquick estimate of likely answer, is 22/7. I'm surprised US schoolsstop at only 2 decimal places, when 3 (i.e. pi = 3.142) is moreaccurate but just as easy to use; but scientific calculatorsnormally have a pi key to umpteen decimal places anyway. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ï is a transcendental number (if you sit and think about Ï are youdoing transcendental meditation?) which is an irrational numberwhich is not the solution to a polynomial with rationalcoefficients. Depending how accurate you want your rational approximation thereare various fractions that can be used: 22/7 is 3.142857... which is accurate when rounded to 2 decimalplaces: 3.14 355/113 is 3.1415929... which is accurate when rounded to 6 decimalplaces: 3.141593 314159265.../100000000... is as accurate as you want it - for eachextra digit of Ï that you append to the numerator you append anextra zero to the denominator. For most purposes taking Ï rounded to 2 decimal places (3.14) issufficient. If you need greater accuracy, taking it rounded to 6decimal places (3.141593 â 355/113) will do - it all depends uponthe accuracy of the other numbers (measurements) in thecalculation. Computer programming languages with in-built values for Ï are stilllimited in their accuracy due to the number of bits used to storeÏ. A single precision floating point value can only store Ï toabout 7 digits, a double-precision to about 11 digits; electronic(hand held) calculators are accurate to about 11 digits. When working with (irrational) numbers like Ï, it is often betterto see if you can simplify the calculation before reaching for acalculator - as the calculation is done each intermediate resultcan be rounded with the accumulated rounding affecting the finalresult - I have seen such a calculation in a test paper where themark scheme allows for errors in the result which come aboutthrough the intermediate rounding, but the actual answer is anexact whole number (if the calculation is simplified before beingdone the exact answer will be calculated). (MORE)
The current value of a gold bullion in bar form varies depending on the weight of the gold in the bar. As an example one ounce is currently $1445 but 100 grams would be worth $4603. The price of gold fluctuates greatly on a daily basis.
Gold bullion consists of gold bars and coins that may be bought orsold in bulk. Rich gold bullion are specific rare gold coins.
In lab the values are obtained under controlled atmosphere and specific guidelines which can be maintained for long but outside the lab we cannot maintain same atmosphere.
The answer depends on what characteristic of the wave you want to measure: its periodicity, its strength, etc.
It is not practical to work with the actual value of pi, becausethere is no actual value of pi. We all know that pi more or less equals 3.14159265 . . . but thenumber of decimal points in pi never ends. 3.14159 is extremelyprecise, and works for most uses.
The closeness to the actual value is called the accuracy. Thereproducibility of the measurement is call the precision.
Bullion is a bulk quantity of precious metal, such as gold, silver,platinum or palladium, measured by weight and typically cast asbars. Gold and silver are also bought and sold as coins (platinumand palladium coins exist but are rarer): and gold is traded in theform of small grains.