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A troy ounce is the standard measurement used for precious metals. It consists of 31.1034768 grams. In the world of precious metals, the words troy ounce and ounce are interchangeable. Base metals, such as copper, are not measured in troy ounces; they’re measured in avoirdupois (regular) ounces.
An “assay” is a test that determines a metal’s composition, type, and purity.
The “FV” is the legal currency value of the coin as assigned by the mint.
The “mintage” refers to the amount of coins produced in a given year and/or from a particular series.
A “mint” is where bullion is produced. Government mints produce the country’s currency. Private mints produce bullion rounds, bars, and other various pure metal products.
This term refers to the front side of a coin. The “reverse” refers to the back side.
This term refers to the back side of a coin. The obverse refers to the front side.