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If you are curious about how to value D&D 5e gold in modern terms here’s a break down
Gold Dice vs Gold Price
The players handbook says:
So let’s generously assume a D&D gold piece contains approximately 1/4 ounce of gold (the coin itself might weigh more, depending on the purity of the coin, etc.). Taking a look at today’s prices, gold is currently trading at around $580 per ounce. That means a D&D gold piece might be considered the equivalent of roughly $145.
However, there is so much more to the price of gold… keep in mind that this answer above was written in 2006 and we have had inflation and markets are different now so a better way to compare the price would be to the price of food, according to Chris Alexander
In the 5th edition player’s handbook, a pound of wheat is worth 1 copper piece. A Winchester Bushel weighs about 506.82 pounds, at the given exchange of 100cp to 1 gp, that gives a price on a gold piece of about $35.66.The methods to get this figure seem pretty solid, but could use some further examination.