- Actual gold weight
The actual gold weight (AGW) of a
bullioncoin or bar is the amount of fine, pure, or intrinsic gold content in troy ounces. [http://www.taxfreegold.co.uk/agw.html (1)] It is typically used to describe goldor silvercoins.
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