Look What $0.02 Bought You in 1914
By Dane Carlson on March 7, 2013 in History
Today you can’t buy anything for 2 cents, but way back in 1914 you could buy any of the following:
- A Cake Pan
- 3 Yards of White Tubular Corset Lace
- A Hardwood Butter Ladle
According to the Inflation Calculator, $0.02 in 1914 is worth $0.43 in 2011. To bad that $0.43 still doesn’t buy much.
via The Best of Our Past.
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