The chart below shows you the silver price per kilo in pounds. If you’d like to look at the silver price per kilo in another currency, just amend the drop-down options below. You can also change the metal, weight and time period.
Silver Price per Kilo
Whilst this chart shows the silver price per kilo, you might be more familiar with the silver price in ounces. The silver spot price is often quoted in the mainstream media in US dollars and ounces, but it is easy using our silver price charts to adjust the metrics according to how you would prefer to view the price.
Silver is most often quoted in ounces because this is how it has traditionally been weighed, in the West. The ounces used to weigh bullion are known as troy ounces. The term can be traced back as far as the Middle Ages, to Troyes in France. The measure is only used for bullion and gemstones.
A troy ounce is slightly heavier than the ounces we use day-to-day which are avoirdupois ounces. A troy ounce is equal to 31.1g, whilst an avoirdupois ounce is just over 28g.
You may come across some silver bullion presented in grams and kilos, but at GoldCore we only sell 1oz coins and bars weighed in ounces. For example the Silver American Eagle which is one ounce and the 100 and 1000 ounce silver bars. We are pleased to offer the most suitable silver products for investment, to suit a range of investment strategies and preferences.
If you are trying to decide how to invest in silver then please feel free to contact a member of our expert team, who will be happy to guide you through the options and the process.
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