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Hallmarking surges 26% in April

According to the Birmingham Assay Office, Gold hallmarked pieces increased 18.6% to 280,067, against last year’s 236,089

The total number of hallmarked pieces climbed 26.3% to 660,006 in April 2022, up from 522,390 for the same period in 2021.

According to the Birmingham Assay Office, Gold hallmarked pieces increased 18.6% to 280,067, against last year’s 236,089.

Silver saw an increase of 30% year-on-year, from 268,993 to 349,654.

Platinum saw the largest rise, up 73.4% to 29,890 in April.

Finally, palladium increased 59.9% year-on-year to 394 pieces.

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