Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Rose collector, Jun 24, 2020.
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That's with the Half, Quarter and the Nickel
In 25 years from now, it will cost about that much for just a meal, or two, at McDonalds.
I must agree! Lol
Typo handy ?
Their worth IS at least $20 each ?
They're worth at least $20 each ?
'Wear's' all the web notsis on this egregis-osity ?
What do you expect from a guy from Oklahoma I'm a damn old Okie. LOL
Exactly! The old $1 bills from the 1950s and 1960s that a late relative of mine put away (none in mint condition, unfortunately) would have bought a lot more back then than now. Holding on to the wrong kind of paper money can really cost you. That stuff has an immense depreciation rate.
At which point they will need to be worth $406 just to break even.
No one said anything about breaking even. Lol
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