I'm by no means an "expert" but my observations strongly suggest to me that if this set was taken to any of the coin & precious metals dealers in my region, that you'd be unlikely to obtain any substantial premium above the bullion value. As the medals are marked with their individual weight and fineness (which should be .900), by using the current spot gold price of $1,500 per ounce, it should be a pretty straightforward calculation to arrive at that figure for the whole 18 coin set.
Grams per medal divided by 31.1 = troy ounces per medal.
Troy ounces per medal times .9 = actual gold weight in troy ounces per medal.
Actual gold weight per medal times 18 = total gold weight for the set in troy ounces.
Total gold weight in troy ounces times $1,500 = current spot bullion value for the entire set.
There is the underlying presumption, of course, that these are genuine and in fact gold in composition. If they turned out to be plated counterfeits, then in that case the worth would be almost nil.
Colligo ergo sum
Edited by Lucky Cuss
08/22/2019 4:27 pm