How Much Does a Brick of Gold Weigh?

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The weight of gold bars purely depends on the unit of measurement used for it and the size. Basically, a gold bar can weigh between 1 kilogram and 12.5 kilograms. People who invest in gold are fond of putting their money in kilo bars. A kilo bar of gold weighs anything from 200grams to 1000grams. For gold bullion bars, they use the troy ounce as a unit of measurement. Each troy ounce is equivalent to about 31grams. Gold bars in some parts of the world are classified as teal. Each teal measures about 50 grams.
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The average weight of a single gold bar can be about 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) to 12.5 kilograms (27.5 pounds). The weight of the kilo bar can be from 200 grams (400 ounces) to 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds).
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