Troy Pound (0.37kg): A mass unit is used to measure precious metals. There are 12 troy ounces in every troy pound. One troy pound is equal to 373 grams. Troy Ounce: The traditional unit of weight for precious metals and gems. 1 troy ounce = 480 grains 1 troy ounce = 24 scruples 1 troy ounce = 20 pennyweights (North American jewelery trade) 1 troy ounce = 1.097 ordinary ounce 1 troy ounce = 8 drams 1 troy ounce = 31.1034768 grams. 1 troy ounce = 120 carats 1 troy ounce = 155.52 metric carats (diamonds / precious stones). 3.75 troy ounces = 10 tolas (Indian sub-continent) 6.02 troy ounces = 5 taels (Hong Kong) 12 troy ounce=1 troy pound 14.583 troy ounce =16 avoirdupois ounce (1Pound) 32.15 troy ounces = 1 kilogramme (Kilo) 32,150 troy ounces = 1 metric ton (1,000 kilos) 1000 troy ounces = 31.1 kilograms pennyweight (dwt): The pennyweight was the weight of a silver penny in medieval England. It is no coincidence that there were 240 pennies to the English pound. 240 silver pennies were equivalent to a pound of silver. The word sterling applies both to the English pound and to the standard purity of silver. 1 pennyweight = 24 grains (dwt) (1 old time French penny) 1.55 grams=1 pennyweight (dwt) 20 dwt=1 troy ounce 240 pennyweights = 1 pound troy 24 grains=1 dwt 1 pennyweight =.05 troy ounce 1 gram=.643 pennyweight Gram: 1 gram =.03215 troy ounce 1 gram =.643 pennyweight 1.555 grams = 1 pennyweight (dwt) 1 gram =0.00267923 apothecary or troy pound 1 gram =0.00220462 avoirdupois pound 1 gram =0.0321507 apothecary or troy ounce 1 gram =0.564383 avoirdupois dram 1 gram =0.257206 apothecary or troy dram 1 gram =0.6430149 pennyweight 1 gram =0.771618 scruple 1 gram =15.4324 grains 1 gram =1x10^-6 metric ton 1 gram =1x10^-4 myriagram 1 gram =0.001 kilogram 1 gram =5 metric carats 1 gram =1000 milligrams 1 gram =1x10^6 microgram 1 Gram = 5 Carats

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