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Live Price Charts

Live Price Charts

The Royal Mint’s live precious metal price charts offer you a chance to view the UK gold, silver and platinum price in pounds, euros and dollars. One of the most important factors when investing in bullion is the price, and by using the information displayed on each chart, you are able to calculate the live price of gold, silver or platinum, but also look at historical prices to gain a better understanding of how each metal price varies over time. You can also use the live precious metal price to calculate the value of your current investment portfolio or the value of any bullion products you are interested in investing in.

Gold Price Charts

Gold Price Charts

View our gold price charts showing the live and historic prices in different currencies.

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Silver Price Charts

Silver Price Charts

View our silver price charts showing the live and historic prices in different currencies.

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Platinum Price Charts

Platinum Price Charts

View our platinum price charts showing the live and historic prices in different currencies.

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£1,578.51* per oz
£19.07* per oz
£806.93* per oz
£1,578.22* per oz
£19.06* per oz
£803.03* per oz
* per oz
*Prices updated at 02/06/2023 00:42:45 BST

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Frequently Asked Questions

Several factors affect the gold futures prices quoted in contracts. These include the levels of supply and demand for gold, the rate of return for the recipient of the gold, the gold spot price and the likely cost of storing and transporting the gold. The gold spot price is the gold price per gram paid currently. 

Bullion products from The Royal Mint incur a margin or ‘premium’ on top of the cost of the metal. This cost covers the design, craftsmanship, production and management of the products that we sell.

Our bullion prices are determined by the live gold, silver and platinum spot prices with a premium added. During checkout, the price that you will be quoted is what you would pay at that point in time for the product. This quote will be valid for a short period of time after which point it will refresh.

Put simply, the gold fix is a pricing mechanism which is in action throughout the day. It arrives at a value based on the buying and selling movement within the marketplace on a particular day. The London Bullion Market is the international home of gold pricing. Twice a day - at 10:30 and 15:00 GMT - prices are officially fixed.



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