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
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 purposes. The ideal: the actual time, is a theoretical ideal which we know must exist and be unique, but we can never… Read More
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 denominated in pound sterling. You might also have a British Sovereign, it is made out of gold and has a picture of St. George slaying… Read More
The value of silver and other metals constantly changes so any answer posted here would be out of date almost immediately. While it's not normal WikiAnswers policy to say "use the Internet", that's the best approach in this case. You can check a site such as www.kitco.com, CNNMoney, etc. for the latest prices.
The average retail price of the Proof 4 coin 1988 gold set is $3,350.00
Gold bullion is based on the going market for the metal and is usually purchased in bars with a troy ounce weight of about 400. The 1893 Deutsches Reich 20-mark coin weighs only about 8 grams, so it would not have the same value as a bullion brick, but a coin in good shape can be worth over $200.
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 available and in a much larger supply.
If the date is 1983 it's a fake, first year of issue was 1986. Post new question. The above answer is incorrect. The first year of issue of the ONE OUNCE and ONE-HALF OUNCE Proof Gold Bullion Coins was 1986. But the first year of issue for the ONE-QUARTER OUNCE & ONE-TENTH OUNCE Proof Gold Bullion Coins was 1988. Also key, is: "What is the date when the question is being answered?" 1) If this… Read 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.
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).
What is the actual value of a 1935C 1 dollar silver certificate in excellent circulation condition worth?
About $6 to $8 if circulated but with little wear; maybe $10 if crisp and unfolded.
It's worth a whole cent. The fingerprint isn't stamped in but was etched when someone handled it with dirty fingers. 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 fingerprint was stamped into the coin. This is considered damage to the coin and can easily make the coin worthless to collectors.
The value changes constantly with the price of gold. If you have a collectors coin then the value may be more than the "spot" price of gold. Generally gold coins are worth a little more than the "spot" price anyway. One good place to keep up on the value would be www.coininfo.com
Where is the US stock of gold and silver bullion stored What is the value of these assets Whose signature appears on US currency What is the largest denomination bill issued today?
What is the value of a 1995 American Eagle 10th Anniversary Gold Bullion Proof Coin Set including the West Point Proof Silver American Eagle all in the original Mint packaging?
the value of 9 is 9
'pi' has been calculated, and its value published, out to hundreds of decimal places. I guess you'd have to say that the value printed in that publication is the most accurate ever presented so far. If any shorter or simpler combination of numbers or operations existed and was more accurate, we'd be using it. That's why we don't use numbers or operations to denote pi. That's why we use a symbol when we need to… Read More
3.1415927 should be close enough to completely determine your number
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 digit 9 in the number 89123 represents nine thousands.
AB=2 so A=B/2 AC=CB/2. I guess that wasn't what you were looking for though. But that all that can be done with the information.
For log (x), as the number x increases infinitely, log (x) also increases infinitely, though at a slower rate.
Please show that the absolute value of absolute value of x minus absolute value of y less than or equal to absolute value of x minus y.?
to prove x|-|y≤|x-y| have to look at 4 cases: a) x>0, y>0 b) x<0, y<0 c) x>0, y<0 d) x<0, y>0 (to save typing it out over and over again, i have shortened absolutes to abs) For: a) the values dont matter both sides will always have the same value. b) let x=-a, y=-b. Because of the abs around x and y, the left will be a-b and the right b-a so the left and… Read More
What is the value of a one ounce silver bullion round with walking liberty and a perched eagle on the back just below the eagle it says copy it says 999 fine silver with no date?
It is not a US coin and therefore has no numismatic value. All value comes from the one troy ounce of silver it contains which at the time of writing is about $33 but keep in mind that silver prices fluctuate wildly.
An estimate is something when we cannot figure out a certain value EXACTLY, we took our best educated guess. In terms of Algebra, it is the orthogonal projection of a vector (whatever that means) In Calculus, it's the Linearization Lemma where we can approximate a function around x = a with the tangent passing through (a, f(a)) or a Taylor polynomial approximate a function's behaviour (i.e. it's values" or an Upper bound or lower bound… Read More
They comprise a set of values for some variable x.
A question mark preceded by ellipsis cannot be true.
Circulated examples of this coin have retail values of $312.00-$414.00 depending on the grade.
None of the Washington Bicentennial quarters dollars struck for general circulation have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiumsActually, a 1776-1976 Bicentennial Quarterthat has the "S" mark is 40% silver.Other coins of the 1776-1976 Bicentennial Quarteris worth nothing , just 25 cents
From what country? The U.S. did not issue any dollar coins for circulation between 1936 and 1970 inclusive.
This is based on exercise 10 on p 165.4 of "Introduction to Complex Analysis" by Nevanlinna and Paatero, Chelsea Publishing, NY. With w(z) == u(x,y) + i v(x,y), ( |w(z)| = constant ) ==>1) uu + vv = const. Using notation ux == du/dx, uy == du/dy, etc., 1) ==>2) 0 = u ux + v vx and 0 = u uy + v vy.Using the Cauchy-Riemann equations, ux = vy and uy = -vx… Read More
the value printed on the face of a stock,bond or other financial instrument or document
It depends on the relationship between x and y.
Not enough information. In 1942, dimes, quarters and half-dollars were all struck in 90% silver and some nickels were struck in 35% silver, so you have to be more specific. As a rule of thumb you can say that for a coin in average condition with that date, a dime would sell for about $1, a quarter for about $3.25, a half dollar for about $7, and a nickel with a large letter over Monticello… Read More
a function whose range is in the real number
log (short for logarithm) does not actually have a value. It is actually an operation. So if you see log(10), for instance, you need to take the logarithm of the number in the parenthesis. To do that, just ask yourself "ten raised to WHAT POWER equals the number inside the parenthesis?" And log(#) = that exponent.To finish the example above, log(10) asks you 10? = 10. The answer here is 1, so log(10)=1.
If an ellipse has a radius A long the x-axis and B along the y-axis (A > B) then the moment of inertia about the x-axis is 0.25*pi*ab^3
Call me crazy, but somehow I can't shake the feeling that there was some kind of a sketch or a drawing near this question wherever you copied it from, and that there was something in the sketch labeled 'x' and another something in it labeled 'a'. There's no way I can do anything with the question if I can't see the sketch that goes with it ... that's why it's printed there.
Most are worth more for their gold content than as collectibles - about $560 in worn condition up to about $700 if uncirculated. However there are exceptions, so you'll need to determine the coins' specific dates and whether any have a mint mark on the back, to the left of the T in "TEN". There's a value guide posted at the Related Link below.
Below is a link to find the value of silver per ounce.
$27.35 at the time of writing
In the UK we have a commemorative five pound (Â£5) coin. Five pound coins are legal tender, but are intended as souvenirs and are not usually seen in circulation.
ordered pair, or coordinates of a point