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The Perth Mint’s historical metal prices

We use the Australian dollar metal prices in the table below to value our precious metal assets and liabilities in our annual report.

Australian investors may find these suitable for valuing their precious metal holdings for tax or other reporting purposes. Investors in countries with other financial year ends can download the historical data below to find the appropriate prices.

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End of financial year metal prices (AUD)

Date
PMGOLD (ASX)
Gold
Silver
Platinum
Date

30/06/2021

PMGOLD (ASX)

23.40

Gold

2,344.83

Silver

34.37

Platinum

1,405.99

Date
30/06/2020
PMGOLD (ASX)
25.77
Gold
2566.42
Silver
25.88
Platinum
1174.68
Date
30/06/2019
PMGOLD (ASX)
20.23
Gold
2012.39
Silver
21.67
Platinum
1161.98
Date
30/06/2018
PMGOLD (ASX)
16.95
Gold
1690.50
Silver
21.67
Platinum
1143.63
Date
30/06/2017
PMGOLD (ASX)
16.12
Gold
1615.72
Silver
21.42
Platinum
1199.19
Date
30/06/2016
PMGOLD (ASX)
17.74
Gold
1773.53
Silver
24.65
Platinum
1341.48
Date
30/06/2015
PMGOLD (ASX)
15.34
Gold
1534.09
Silver
20.49
Platinum
1409.89

Historical gold, silver and platinum prices in AUD, USD and JPY

Our historical records of precious metal spot prices are available below to download in comma separated value format (.csv). They include Perth Mint Spot gold, silver and platinum prices in AUD, USD and JPY. These are an invaluable resource for precious metal investors wanting to chart and analyse price movements and are updated monthly.

Precious metals prices 1968-2015

The following CSV files contain gold and silver bid and ask prices in AUD from 1975 and in USD and JPY since 1991. They also contain platinum prices in AUD, USD and JPY since 1991.  

Disclaimer
This data is provided for reference only.  By publication of this data, The Perth Mint does not suggest or infer that future price trends will in any way reflect past movements.  The Perth Mint supplies the data in these files ‘as is’ and does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data, its suitability for any particular purpose and will not be liable or held responsible for any errors, omissions or failure to provide the data.  Please e-mail us at pmds@perthmint.com.au if you identify any errors in the data or have any suggestions.

Useful definitions used in the gold industry

Spot

The price for cash (immediate) settlement. The bullion market operates on a two-day settlement (the value date is on the second business day following the trade date).

Trade date

Date on which the price was set.

Value date

Date on which payment of money and delivery of metal/currency occurs.

Bid

The price at which an organisation will buy, that is, the price you will be paid if you sell precious metal.

Ask/offer

The price at which an organisation will sell, that is, the price you will pay if you purchase precious metal.

Why invest with The Perth Mint

We have been refining gold and other precious metals since 1899

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