Silver price per gram/kilo

Here you will find today's real-time current silver price per 1000 grams (1 kilo) as it applies on the world market. CAUTION: This is NOT the price paid out. All buyers charge a commission on this.

Price silver per kilo pure today, 25 February 2024, 11:01 am:

€ 681,87

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The silver price when you are selling your own silver

CAUTION! The following is important if you are going to sell your own old silver, where of course you always want to receive the highest silver price per kilo. The silver price mentioned is a world market price and you will not be able to get it anywhere as a consumer. There are several reasons for this:

  • Firstly, private sales often involve much smaller quantities, to which these "wholesale prices" do not apply.
  • Secondly, these are usually pieces that have yet to be remelted. Moreover, in the smelter, the exact silver content has to be analysed to the tenth of a percent. That smelting and that analysis also cost money.
  • Third, the buyer runs a price risk. He buys the silver today, but can only sell it later when he has accumulated a large quantity. If the price has fallen by then, that is the risk for the buyer (as, for example, in April 2013, when the price fell almost 20% within three days).
  • Finally, the buyer you sell the silver to also has to pay his rent and other expenses, and obviously earn something from it.

So if a buyer advertises a price equal to the world silver market price quoted in the chart, you can be sure that you will never actually receive this price. These are so-called "bait prices" that lure people to the shop, only to pay out a much lower amount. Or with some, you will only get paid that price if you buy new jewellery in return, and you will get a lower amount with these traders if you want contact money without buying anything new from them.

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What is the silver price in The Hague?

Silver price silver prices silver marketFor a good silver price when selling your silver, come to us. The Goudwaag does not participate in such bait prices. We would like to offer you a honest silver price offer. Please feel free to come by for a free valuation or take contact with us. Welcome to our stylish shop. We will be happy to give you all the information you want to know about the silver price. Completely free of charge and without obligation. De Goudwaag: your best address for a fair silver price per kilo in The Hague.

How does the silver price come about?

silver price on the silver marketThe silver price is a notional value on the silver market on various stock exchanges around the world, mainly the commodity and precious metals exchanges in London and New York. The prices of precious metals, including silver, are quoted there similarly to the price of shares or oil. There are several factors that determine the price of silver. The most important of course is the classic supply and demand. When demand rises, value rises. The silver price is called counter-cyclical, i.e. when the economy is doing badly, silver does well. This is because people still see silver as a safe investment in turbulent times. You can find news about the silver price, for example here .

In principle, the silver price is the same in every city, so the highest silver price in The Hague is basically the same as the highest price elsewhere in the country. But for the best silver price, it nevertheless pays off to compare well because buyers do apply different silver prices among themselves. Everyone is free to set their own price. De Goudwaag aims to offer you the best price, whether it is for a troy ounce (approx. 31 grams) coin such as a Silver Dollar, or for a broken piece of jewellery, or any other form of this precious metal. Therefore, for the best kilogram price of silver in The Hague, a trip to De Goudwaag certainly pays off.

More information on silver prices

The silver price is an important indicator of the value of the precious metal silver. For precious metal, in the world of silver traders, the word "bullion", is also often used. This is also used for other precious metal commodities, such as gold, platinum or palladium. The price of silver is determined by supply and demand, but also by other factors, such as the dollar exchange rate, geopolitical influences and the global economy.

Silver price

The silver price is often displayed in dollars (usd) per troy ounce in the United States, but also in Mexico, for example, instead of in euros per kilo or gram. This is the price for the most common types of silver coin, such as the silver Britannia, Maple Leaf, Kangaroo, Krugerrand or silver American Eagle, or of a silver bar weighing 31.103 grams. The price is updated daily in real time and is used by bullion dealers as a basis for their transactions and for the valuation of silver objects.

What factors determine the demand for silver?

Demand for silver is driven by several factors, including:
- Investment: Silver is often seen as a safe haven in times of economic uncertainty.
- Industry: Silver is used in a wide range of industrial applications, such as electronics, photography and medical equipment.
- Jewellery: Silver is a popular choice for jewellery.
The supply side of the silver market is determined by the production of new silver. This is done through mining, recycling and reuse.

Silver market volatility

The silver price is volatile, meaning it can fluctuate quickly. This is because supply and demand in the silver market can change rapidly. In the Netherlands, financial markets are supervised by the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) to ensure that transactions are regulated.

Supply and demand for the precious metal silver

The demand for silver is determined by the following factors:
- Economic growth: During periods of economic growth, the demand for silver usually increases, just as the demand for other commodities or oil increases.
- Inflation: Inflation can increase the demand for silver, as silver is seen as an investment against inflation.
- Geopolitical uncertainty: Geopolitical uncertainty may increase demand for silver, as silver is seen as a safe haven to invest and invest money.

The supply of silver is determined by the following factors:
- Mining: Mining silver is a labour-intensive process.
- Recycling: Silver can be recycled from old products, such as jewellery and electronics.
- Reuse: Silver can be reused in new products, such as jewellery, or silver-plated items.

Dollar exchange rate

The dollar exchange rate has an important influence on the silver price. This is because the silver price is quoted in dollars. When the dollar rises in value against other currencies, the silver price in euros falls.

Gold price

The price of gold also affects the price of silver. Silver is often seen as an alternative to gold. When gold prices rise, silver prices may also rise.

Further background on silver

Silver is a precious metal that has been used since medieval times. It is a soft, silvery-white metal that conducts well. Silver has a wide range of uses, including:
- Jewellery: Silver is a popular choice for jewellery.
- Industry: Silver is used in a wide range of industrial applications, such as electronics, photography and medical equipment.
- Investment: Silver is often seen as a safe haven in times of economic uncertainty.

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Frequently asked questions about the silver price

The silver price per kilo is € 681,87 euro per kilo on 25 February 2024 at 11:01 am, view the real-time current silver price per kilo at the top of this page - also in an interactive chart.

The current silver price is €681.87 per kilo on 25 February 2024 at 11:01 am, view the real-time current silver price at the top of this page - also in an interactive chart.

The price of silver per kilo today is €681.87 per kilo on 25 February 2024 at 11:01 am, view the real-time current price of silver per kilo today at the top of this page - also in an interactive chart.

The value of silver is €681.87 per kilo on 25 February 2024 at 11:01 am, view the real-time current value of silver at the top of this page - also in an interactive chart.

The level of the daily price of silver is  €681.87 per kilo on 25 February 2024 at 11:01 am, view the real-time current daily silver price at the top of this page - also in an interactive chart.

The current silver price is €681.87 per kilo on 25 February 2024 at 11:01 am, view the real-time current silver price at the top of this page - also in an interactive chart.

This is a question that is difficult to answer. While the silver price depends on many factors, what it will do in the future is unpredictable. So the only thing the current silver price can be compared to is the silver price in recent years. If we look at historical silver prices, we see that that the current silver price is pretty consistently at the level of the silver price of recent years, and occasionally even a bit above that average. In that sense, you could therefore say that the silver price per kilo is currently relatively favourable.

As for the best silver price in The Hague, we believe De Goudwaag is a candidate - De Goudwaag always gives a fair price, values the silver before your eyes and pays out the amount on the spot.

As for the highest silver price in The Hague, we think De Goudwaag stands a good chance - it always offers a fair price, values the silver before your eyes and pays out immediately.

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