There's definitely crustacean and coral stuck to this bar, implying that it's from a shipwreck and therefore worth at least 35000, considering its size.
- Fact 1: The standard gold bar held by banks is the 400-troy-ounce (12.4 kg) Good Delivery gold bar.
- Fact 2: The world's largest gold bar stands at 250 kg (551 lbs), valued in 2005 at $3.6 million and more recently at $12.8 million.
- Fact 3: Before 1971, it was a Federal offense to own too much gold.
- Fact 4: Fort Knox was built to store the gold that flowed to the Federal Reserve as a result of Franklin D. Roosevelt's abandonment of the Gold Standard.
- Fact 5: The troy ounce (ozt), used to measure the weight and therefore value of precious metals, is equal to 31.1034768 grams.