The Olympic gold medal is plated with six grams of pure gold. The medal is mostly silver (92.5%).
The 2014 Olympic silver medal is slightly heavier compared to the gold medal. It has 525 grams of silver with a 960 hallmark.
pure gold with 6 grams of silver plating
92.5% silver with 6 grams of gold plating
Yes, the medal is coated in 6 grams of gold, the core is actually silver. . .
The 2008 medals were silver, having only 6 grams of gold plating.
According to reports on the Internet, the contents of an Olympic Silver Medal are the same as with an Olympic Gold Medal, 92.5 percent pure silver. The Gold Medal is covered by at least 6 grams of gold, according to the Olympic Charter. Some Olympic hosts make the medals larger or smaller according to their respective preferences...but the content must still follow the Charter.
The medals are not solid gold. They are actually silver gilded with no less than 6 grams of pure gold. The weight of the medal is actually 250 grams.
The Olympic Gold medal is actually made of silver, but must be gilded with at least 6 grams (0.21 ounces) of pure gold
The olympic medals are not solid gold, silver or copper. Each medal is about 70 mm in diameter and 6 mm thick. The medal weighs about 150 grams. Only 6 grams of it is gold.
An Olympic gold maedal is mostly made of silver but is coated with no less than 6 grams of 24 carat gold.
The Olympic silver medal is made of sterling silver. The Olympic gold medal is made up of mostly silver.