Tuesday, July 26, 2011

1817

London Exchanges, 1817 

 

USA:

Where the Spanish Dollar was 420 English Troy Grains .896 Fine Ag = 0.784 Ozt Fine Ag

February, 1817: S$ 1. (Ag) = USD$ 1.045
February, 1817: 1 Troy Ounce Silver Alloy (Spanish Coin) = USD$ 1.1943
February, 1817: 1 Troy Oz Silver (Sp. Coin, Intrinsic) = USD$ 1.5233
 
Where the Spanish Doubloon was 416.5 English Troy Grains .872 Fine Ag = 0.75 Ozt Fine Au
the US money mkt premium on Doubloons was 9.07%.
 
November, 1817: S$ 16. (Au) > USD$ 16.00
November, 1817: 1 Troy Ounce Gold Alloy (Spanish Coin) = USD$ 18.511
November, 1817: 1 Troy Oz Gold (Sp. Coin, Intrinsic) = USD$ 21.359
November, 1817: 1 Troy Oz Gold (.999) = USD$ 19.5835
 
February, 1817


November, 1817:


1817: $ 1. = Fr. 5.263
 
1817: USD$ 1. = Fr. 5.373
1817: USD$ 1. = £ 0.2215
 




Uncertain dates.

c.1817
 


1817: the Moneys, in Sterling Pence:





1817: 


c.1818:


France:

c.1816/7:
USD$ 1 = 0.868070169 Ozt; .917 Fine Ag = 0.796020345 Ozt Fine Ag


 


c.1819:

Austria:



Russia:

S$1. (Ag .8889: )









5-Rouble, 6.45 g. (0.9176 Fine Au = 5.8916 g.; 0.1903 Ozt)
1-Rouble, ~1.29 g. (0.9176 Fine Au = 1.1835 g.; 0.0381 Ozt)
1817: 1 Troy Ounce Gold (Rouble Coin, 0.9176 Fine Au) = 26.28 руб-Au

c.1837: Erfurt in Thuringia (near Jena) Reichstaler of 24 Gutgroschen?
24 karat of 12 gran = .999 Fine Au, calculating on Netherlands Weights.










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