How Much Is 1 Oz of Silver Worth?

Answer

The online calculator at Silver Per Ounce (http://www.silverperounce.com/) updates the value of silver daily. As of Oct. 14, 2011, a single troy ounce of silver is worth approximately $32.24. Note this value varies depending on the purity and condition of the sample.
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They are worth the spot price of silver per ounce. Below is a link that has the spot prices.
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SIlver goes for about $14 an ounce right now. If you brought one coin to a
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It is not a coin. Coins are legal tender money issued by governmental authority. What you have is called a silver round. Were it not exactly once ounce of .999 silver bullion, it
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Silver is sold by the troy ounce. Troy weight is an old system of weights and measures that was developed in the Middle Ages in Troyes, France. A troy pound consists of 12 troy ounces
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