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14kt Gold Price Per Gram

How Much is a Gram of 14k Gold Worth?

Use the gold calculator below to find the value of your scrap or unwanted gold pieces. Get 100% gold value with real-time estimates based on grams or pennyweights.


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Gram-based Gold Value

Scrap Gold Prices 100% of the Value per gram

INSTRUCTIONS: Input the weight in grams for each type of gold (10kt, 14kt, etc.) and their respective price updates instantly, giving you the total value of your gold based on the current spot price.

Pennyweight Gold Pricing

Scrap Gold Price Calculator for 100% of Value Per Pennyweight of Gold

INSTRUCTIONS: Input the weight in pennyweights for each type of gold (10kt, 14kt, etc.) and their respective price updates instantly, giving you the total value of your gold based on the current spot price.

Gram-based Melt Value

Discover the minimum payout Per Gram For Scrap Gold

INSTRUCTIONS: Add the quantity of gold you have for each type, and our calculator will automatically determine its melt value determined by 85% of the spot price, offering you a fair and transparent payout estimate. We pay more for larger volume of 14kt gold.

Understanding Scrap Gold and Jewelry
Scrap gold refers to any gold item that is no longer wanted or usable in its current form. This can include broken jewelry, damaged coins, among others. While jewelry may have sentimental value or design appeal, scrap gold is valued for its metal content. Our experts can help you identify which items are best suited for selling as scrap gold.

Identifying Karat/Hallmark Markings on Gold Pieces
Karat markings, also known as hallmarks, are imprints on gold pieces that indicate the purity of the gold. These markings are essential in determining the value of your gold. Common karat markings include 10kt, 14kt, 18kt, 22kt, and 24kt. Look for these markings on your gold items to understand their purity and use our calculators to estimate their worth accurately.

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14kt Gold Price

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Our best-price guarantee is not an empty promise, it’s a guarantee. Use our gold calculator and find out how much we pay today for your gold. Unlike the vast majority of gold jewelry buyers, we don’t pay just 50–65% of the value for your 14kt gold jewelry. We pay a minimum of 85% for gold jewelry.

How much is a gram of 14k gold worth?

The value of 14 karat gold derives from the content of fine gold in a gold compound, the Millesimal fineness. The Millesimal fineness is a system of marking the purity of gold, platinum, and silver alloys by parts per thousand of pure metal by mass in the respective metal alloy. Fourteen-karat gold, for example, contains 58.5% pure gold and is therefore marked as “585” or “14K” gold. The decimal marking “585” is predominantly used in European countries, whereas the karat system in the United States denotes the purity of gold by fractions of 24. Therefore, 14K stands for 14 parts per 24 parts of pure gold by mass, which makes the pure gold content in a piece of 14K gold 58.3%.


What does 417 on gold mean?

The number “417” stamped on gold jewelry refers to its purity. Specifically, it indicates that the jewelry is 41.7% pure gold. Here’s a breakdown:

Gold purity is often represented in karats (in the U.S.) and fineness (elsewhere). A piece of gold that is 24 karats (or 24k) is pure gold. However, pure gold is very soft and is often alloyed with other metals to make it stronger and more suitable for everyday wear.

  • 24k = 100% gold
  • 22k = 91.7% gold
  • 18k = 75% gold
  • 14k = 58.3% gold
  • 10k = 41.7% gold

The number “417” corresponds to the 10k purity. It represents 417 parts gold out of 1,000, or 41.7% gold. So, when you see “417” stamped on gold jewelry, it means the item is 10 karat gold.