Spot value is the most important indicator in judging the value of gold bullion bars, non-numismatic coins and rounds.
Although minting, taxes, dealer margins and shipping will all increase the purchase price of gold bullion, it is the spot price that has the biggest effect on value. Therefore, it's very important to know exactly how much bullion is contained in the items you are looking to buy or sell - especially if you are bidding for items at auction or trying to sell your bullion to a dealer or smelter. Here you will find historical bullion prices and the bullion content of commonly traded gold bullion items.
You can view spot prices in different currencies by selecting the currency from the list below.
United States Dollars (USD) spot price last updated: 3 hours ago.
* Ounces: The troy ounces of gold bullion contained in the item. Other metals are ignored for valuation purposes. Total item weight may be higher depending on purity.
** Spot Value: The spot value of the gold bullion contained in the item. Dealer premiums, minting costs and taxes may affect item purchase price.