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im thinking a couple of thousand kilo's..... 4,400 pounds.... at £25/quarter where i live, thats £100/ounce.... £1600/pound, £3.84 million a tonne, thats £7.68 million worth, at a conservative street estimate.... so porbably less to sell to dealers... perhaps £5,000,000 worth.