Silver Prices Per Ounce Today

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Silver Price Per Ounce

Silver Prices Per Ounce - Silver Price

Silver prices per ounce is a free service offered by, that shows Current Silver Price(including Bid price, Ask price and Day's fluctuation range) and Silver Price History Charts(London silver fixing price). Silver price per Ounce today is updated once every 1 minute.

Silver Price Per Ounce = 17.76 US Dollar Bid Price: $17.76 Ask Price: $17.86 Day's Range: $17.55 - $17.99 Prices Updated: Jan 22, 2020 at 17:00 NY Time

Silver Price Per Ounce Charts

Silver Price Per Ounce 3 Months History

Silver Price Per Ounce in US Dollar

Ounce US Dollar US Dollar Ounce
1 Ounce = 17.76 USD 1 USD = 0.05631 Ounce
2 Ounce = 35.52 USD 2 USD = 0.11261 Ounce
5 Ounce = 88.8 USD 5 USD = 0.28153 Ounce
10 Ounce = 177.6 USD 10 USD = 0.56306 Ounce
20 Ounce = 355.2 USD 20 USD = 1.12613 Ounce
25 Ounce = 444 USD 25 USD = 1.40766 Ounce
50 Ounce = 888 USD 50 USD = 2.81532 Ounce
100 Ounce = 1776 USD 100 USD = 5.63063 Ounce
1000 Ounce = 17760 USD 1000 USD = 56.30631 Ounce

Troy Ounce VS Avoirdupois Ounce

Troy ounce - a mass unit for silver

Troy ounce (abbreviated t oz) is a mass unit of troy weight system, is commonly used in measuring silver and other precious metals. 1 troy ounce is equal to 31.1034768 grams, or 1/12 per troy pound. In fact, the London silver fixing prices are fixed based on the unit of troy ounce; therefore, the silver prices of this website use the unit of troy ounce.

Ounce - a mass unit, not for silver

The avoirdupois ounce is commonly used as a unit of mass in the United States. It is defined as 1/16 of an avoirdupois pound, equal to 28.349523125 grams.

The difference between troy ounce and avoirdupois ounce

According to convert to gram, it is obviously that the troy ounce is heavier than the avoirdupois ounce, 1 troy ounce = 1.09714286 avoirdupois ounces. In additional, the troy ounce is used for precious metals and gemstones, whereas, the avoirdupois ounce is used in the daily life, rather than for measuring precious metals and gemstones.