How Much Does an Olympic Gold Medal Weigh?

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The Olympic gold medal isn't solid gold. The last time the Olympic gold medal was solid gold was at the 1912 Stockholm Games. They are still very valuable, though. An Olympic gold medal weighs 400g. The gold medal is made from 92.5 percent sterling silver, and 7.5 percent copper. It is then plated with 6mm of gold. As of 2012, an Olympic gold medal is worth about $600 to $700. One is worth more than just the worth of the medals, though, and can go for upwards of $300,000.
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