- How much was $1 worth in 1993?
- What could you buy with a dollar in 1960?
- What would $10 in 1920 be worth today?
- How much did a Coke cost in 1960?
- How much was 20 dollars in the 60s?
- How much was $1000 worth in 1993?
- What was $1 worth 1920?
- How much was $100 in the 60’s?
- What would $20 in 1920 be worth today?
- How much did a TV cost in 1960?
- How much will $1000 be worth in 20 years?
- How much was $1 worth in 1900?

## How much was $1 worth in 1993?

Value of $1 from 1993 to 2021Cumulative price change80.26%Converted amount ($1 base)$1.80Price difference ($1 base)$0.80CPI in 1993144.500CPI in 2021260.4744 more rows.

## What could you buy with a dollar in 1960?

Remembering What a Buck Could Buy in the 1960sThree gallons of gas. … 20 First-Class Postage Stamps. … A hamburger with fries, salad, and dessert. … A gallon of milk (and other groceries) … Ten razor blades (and other toiletries) … Enough aspirin for 50 headaches (and other meds) … Numerous copies of your favorite magazine or newspaper. … A paper dress (for you, not a doll)More items…

## What would $10 in 1920 be worth today?

Adjusted for inflation, $10.00 in 1920 is equal to $135.97 in 2020. Annual inflation over this period was 2.64%.

## How much did a Coke cost in 1960?

Between 1886 and 1959, the price of a 6.5-oz glass or bottle of Coca-Cola was set at five cents, or one nickel, and remained fixed with very little local fluctuation.

## How much was 20 dollars in the 60s?

$20 in 1960 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $176.00 today, an increase of $156.00 over 61 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 3.63% per year between 1960 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 779.98%.

## How much was $1000 worth in 1993?

$1,000 in 1993 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $1,696.33 in 2017, an increase of $696.33 over 24 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.23% per year between 1993 and 2017, producing a cumulative price increase of 69.63%.

## What was $1 worth 1920?

Buying power of $1 in 1920YearDollar ValueInflation Rate1920$1.0015.61%1921$0.89-10.50%1922$0.84-6.15%1923$0.861.79%98 more rows

## How much was $100 in the 60’s?

$100 in 1960 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $101.01 in 1961. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.01% per year between 1960 and 1961, producing a cumulative price increase of 1.01%.

## What would $20 in 1920 be worth today?

$20 in 1920 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $260.47 today, an increase of $240.47 over 101 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.57% per year between 1920 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 1,202.37%.

## How much did a TV cost in 1960?

Buying power of $300 since 1960YearUSD ValueInflation Rate1960$300.000.58%1961$291.04-2.99%1962$276.95-4.84%1963$270.63-2.28%57 more rows

## How much will $1000 be worth in 20 years?

After 10 years of adding the inflation-adjusted $1,000 a year, our hypothetical investor would have accumulated $16,187. Not enough to knock anybody’s socks off. But after 20 years of this, the account would be worth $118,874.

## How much was $1 worth in 1900?

Buying power of $1 in 1900YearDollar ValueInflation Rate1900$1.001.20%1901$1.011.19%1902$1.021.18%1903$1.052.33%118 more rows