How Much Is 1 Oz of Silver Worth?

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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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Silver currently trades at 67p per gram. A one ounce coin is 28.28grams (a troy ounce is 31.1grams) The silver in modern coins is normally sterling silver, which is 925 parts per
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An ounce can be a measurement of fluid volume or a dry weight. One cup is equal to 1 fluid ounce. One ounce is equal to 2 tablespoons. One pound equals 16 ounces.
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One ounce silver equals $10.27. So 1.75 oz silver equals $17.97. ChaCha!
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The current spot price of an ounce of silver as of market close on July 29, 2011 is a bid price of $39.90 and an ask price of $40.00 per ounce. Gold closed at $1,627.20/$1,628.20;
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