What Did Things Cost in 1914?

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The most expensive Ford in 1915 was the Sedan, which cost £500. At a grocery store, one could purchase two pounds of coffee for 55 pence and two pounds of tuna for 45 pence while a meal could be had at the lunchroom for 15 pence. House prices ranged from the £1,000’s-£4,000’s, depending on the size of the home.
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