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Gold Bar Weights

Gold bars have a standard weight ranging usually from 1 gram to 1 kilo (1000 gram). The 400 ounce (12.44kg) gold bar is mostly traded between central banks and international institutions. The biggest gold bar has a weight of 250kg.

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The unit of measurement for gold bars is gram, or kilo (1000 gram). To a lesser extend, also ounce (31.10g), tael (37.32g, 1.2oz) and tola (11.66g or 0.38oz).

The following table gives an overview of common gold bar weights.

Gold Bars in Gram, Dimensions in millimeter

Gram Ounce Dimensions
1 0.03 15x8x0.4
2 0.06 15x9x0.6
2.5 0.08 21x13x0.6
5 0.16 23x14x0.7
10 0.32 31x18x1
20 0.64 39x22x1.3
50 1.61 45x25x2.3
100 3.22 55x31x3
250 8.04 55x25x10
500 16.08 65x32x14
1000 32.15 80x40x18
12440 400 200x80x45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tael gold bars have a weight of 0.5, 1, 2, 5 and 10 units:

Tael Gram Ounce
0.5 18.66 0.6
1 37.32 1.2
2 74.64 2.4
5 186.6 6.0
10 373.20 12.0

 

Tola gold bars weight 1, 3, 5, 10 units:

Tola Gram Ounce
1 11.66 0.38
3 34,98 1.14
5 58.3 1.9
10 116.60 3.80


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