Russian Art Deco Gilded 875 Silver These unique cuff links are in great condition! The cufflinks stamped on the base for sterling silver 875 and a Soviet Star with hammer and sickle in the middle indication that this cufflinks were made during the Early Soviet Era, circa 1950s, also have a manufacturer mark
Metal stamp 875 silver Metal Sterling silver Material Sterling silver, Amber Gem Type Opaque Gemstones Height 2.3 cm (0.90 inches) Width 1.4 cm (0.60 inches) Length 2,.2 cm (0.90 inches) Total weight ~10.4 Grams Number of stones 2 Gemstones Information Stone shape Special cut oval Minimum color Honey Cut ideal-cut Stone Creation Method Natural Stone Treatment Method Hands
Yes and no. It is per oz, but it is per Troy oz which is different to a nomral ounce. Go figure. A troy ounce is 32.15 grams (I might be wrong, I'm working from memory it might be 32.14 grams, I forget).Bear in mind though, that the silver price quoted is always for the scrap value. Ingots and bars will have a premium over that price and if the bar is rare or collectible, that premium might be substantial. You need to do a lot of individual investigation. Coins will have the underlying scrap price but usually hold some sort of numismatic value too. This is an area into which you really need to research hard and invest carefully. It is not really a place for real beginners.