February 5, 2013

Australia/UK, 1943



Citation: The Mining Magazine - Vol. 68 (1943) p.108
Platinum. — Prices remain at the level at which they have stood for a long time — namelv, £ 8 10s. to £8 12s. lxl. per troy oz. for ... Whilst official buying prices here still range from 55s. to 100s. per unit f.o.b. producing country most of the material is ... Virgin ingots, minimum 99%, are still priced at £110 per ton delivered.



1943: 1 Troy Ounce Platinum (ore, NSW) = £ 6.3724 (USD$ )
1945: 1 Troy Oz. Platinum (ore) = £ 11. (USD$ )

1925: 1 Troy Oz. Osmiridium (ore, Tasmania) = £ 30.7786 (USD$ )
1925: 1 Troy Oz. Osmiridium (ore, Cited High) = £ 31. (USD$ )

1938: 1 Troy Oz. Osmiridium (ore, Cited Low) = £ 0.7667 (USD$ )
1938: 1 Troy Oz. Gold (Fine, mkt) = £ 8.69 - 9.14 (USD$ )


1940: 1 Troy Oz. Osmiridium (ore, Rise) = £ 25.9542 (USD$ )
1940: 1 Troy Oz. Gold (Fine, mkt) = £ 10.4167 - 10.671 (USD$ )


1945: 1 Troy Oz. Osmiridium (ore, 'High') = £ 25.525 (USD$ )
1945: 1 Troy Oz. Osmiridium (ore, avg.) = £ 24.45 (USD$ )
1945: 1 Troy Oz. Gold (Fine, mkt) = £ 10.6 - 10.74 (USD$ )


Citation: Official Year Book of the Commonwealth of Australia No. 37 - 1946 and 1947 By Australia. Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics. p. 832; p.620

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