January 16, 2011

UK, 1900: Battery Platinum

Mid-1899/1900: 1 Troy Ounce platina (Ore, at 83%) = £ 3.11 (USD$ 15.11)
Mid-1899/1900: 1 Troy Ounce Pt (Ore, @ .999) = £ 3.747 (USD$ 18.235)
  
1900: 1 Troy Ounce Platinum (Ore, at 83%) = £ 3.1563 (USD$ 15.36)
1900: 1 Troy Ounce Pt (Ore, @ .999) = £ 3.8028 (USD$ 18.506)

1900: 1 Troy Ounce Platinun (Sheet, .999) = £ 3.75 (USD$ 18.25)
 1900: 1 Troy Ounce Platinum (Mfg) = £ 3.85 (USD$ 18.74)

Citation: The Platinum Metals, Arthur Douglas Lumb (1920) p.13


Citation: The Mineral Industry, Vol. 9 1900 (1901) p.519



1899/1900:


Smee's & Grove's Batteries:
 

1900: "an excellent and superior instrument is Daniell's pyrometer, for indicating high temperatures, price £5 5s."

1900: 1 Troy Ounce Gold (Bid: 18k) ~ £ 2.88 - 2.959 (USD$ 14.40)
1900: 1 Troy Oz. Dental Gold (Trade: 18ct Plate) = £ 3.60 (USD$ 17.52)

c.December 1900: 
Citation: British Journal of Dental Science, Vol. 44 Feb. 1901 p.174





Tasmanian Iridosmine, c. June 1900:





October 1900:






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