When I saw among the spoil one beautiful Babylonian cloak, 200 shekelsa of silver and one bar of gold weighing 50 shekels,b then I coveted them and took them. Behold, they are hidden in the ground in the middle of my tent, with the silver under it.” Bible see other translations
Roughly five pounds (2.26 kg)
Roughly 1.25 pounds (567 grams)

“shekels.” 200 shekels is roughly five pounds (2.26 kg) and 50 shekels is roughly 1.25 pounds (567 grams). A shekel was roughly .4 ounces (11 or 11.5 grams), (see commentary on Gen. 24:22, “shekel”).

“bar of gold.” The Hebrew is literally, “tongue of gold.” When the gold was poured out, it usually came out in an oblong or “tongue” shape.

Commentary for: Joshua 7:21