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23+ ozt Fine Silver .925 Sterling

Total fine silver is: 23.8483 ounce troy

$10 coin fine silver content is 1.445358 ozt x 11 = 15.8989 ozt
$5 coin fine silver content is .722679 ozt x 11 = 7.9494 ozt

Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint

Condition: uncirculated in capsule original leatherette cases available

Weight: $10 coin is 48.6 g, $5 coin is 24.3 g

Diameter: 45 mm for $10, 38 mm for $5

Purity: 92.50% sterling silver

Face Value: $165

Year: 1976 Montreal Olympics

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80 to 1

Gauge Ratio Colours

Best time to get silver

Over past 2000 years
12 to 1
Mined from ground
10 to 1
US Constitution
16 to 1
At 1980 peak
17 to 1
In 2006 ratio was
88 to 1
ratios are approximate
Ratio Explained

This represents how many ounces of silver it takes to purchase one ounce of gold. It currently takes 80 troy ounces of silver to be equal in price to one troy ounce of gold.

If a person currently has 80 ounces of silver in their possession, and the ratio eventually goes to 40 to 1, you could possibly trade your silver for twice as much gold.

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