What Was the Cost of Bread in 1922?

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Bread back in the 1922 was about twelve cents each for one loaf. Which was very affordable know a days. Back then the probably thought it was expensive. Just like now a days when we buy our bread for a couple of dollars we think its expensive.
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A loaf of bread sold for 12 cents between 1920-1925 and a pound of butter
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Bread cost $0.12 in 1926 for a pound. Compared to $1.79 for a pound today, that is so amazing! Things were so much cheaper back then than they are today.
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In France, a little below 4€. The price of a 250g baguette is below 1€. Embed Quote
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