Gold – Visualized in Bullion Bars
There’s surprisingly little Gold in the world & this infographic shows all the Gold ever mined.
In this Gold infographic everything is calculated with Gold price at $2000/oz.
When Gold reaches $3110/oz, 1 oz of Gold & a $100 bill will have equal value in weight and it won’t matter if you have 1oz of $100 bills or 1oz of Gold.
Gold is usually measured in Troy Ounces. A Troy Ounce is about 1.09 regular Ounces.
Gold – Size Chart
This is a chart of standard Gold bullion size comparison.
The cubes are measured by volume & Gold weight of 19.30 g/cm−3. The plates are typical Gold bar dimensions of same Gold weight.
1 Gram of Gold 5 Grams of Gold 10 Grams of Gold 20 Grams of Gold 1oz of Gold( 1 Troy Oz = 31.103 grams)
Image of a hand Holding 1 Gram of gold.
Image of woman Holding 10 Grams of gold
50 Grams of Gold 100 Grams of Gold 250 Grams of Gold 500 Grams of Gold 1KG of Gold
999.9 Fine Bullion Bar
The Gold bar to the right is worth the $800,000 displayed on the left at $2000/oz.
The Gold bar weighs 12.44 kg, 27.42lbs or more than
3x 1-gallon milk jugs – quite heavy.
As an investment, Gold has out performed Dow Jones for last 8 years straight.
For centuries people have tried to re-produce Gold. So far everyone has failed. Its also quite tough to re-produce digitallyl. That said if you see a shade of Tungsten color- please excuse us.
A Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Truck full of Gold
This is how much Gold the average man could haul in his truck without braking the suspension.
Max carrying weight of the truck is 3670 lbs = 1664.68kg, which is the weight of the Gold you see in the truck bed – 133x 400oz bullion bars of Gold.
The value of the 1.66 tonnes of Gold at $2000/oz is displayed to the left at $106.4 Million dollars.
10 Tonnes of Gold vs 100 Tonnes
The Central Banks of western countries usually handle their nations’ large Gold Reserves. Couple generations ago the US dollar was backed by Gold, so the Fed had to hold Gold. Today, the dollar is backed by the confidence in United States’ repayment of its debt (bonds). The US Central Bank’s- The Federal Reserve’s Chairman Ben Bernanke, says that Gold is only held as a tradition and that Gold is not money.
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