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jmichael99

Working on a spreadsheet. Formula for calculating 90% silver value.

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Multiply the overall weight of the coin by 0.9 or 0.4 that will tell you the weight of pure silver.

10 gram coin of 90% silver has 9 grams of silver content.

14.5 gram coin of 40% silver has 5.8 grams of silver.



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Then multiply by spot price in grams to get value


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On 26/03/2020 at 12:48, BackyardBullion said:

Multiply the overall weight of the coin by 0.9 or 0.4 that will tell you the weight of pure silver.

10 gram coin of 90% silver has 9 grams of silver content.

14.5 gram coin of 40% silver has 5.8 grams of silver.



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Then multiply by spot price in grams to get value

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