How much are classic albums from the 60s and 70s worth?
Run a search on them in Ebay
The US didn't make any silver dollars in the 1960s.
The Beatles sold a total of 37,393,415 albums. That was approximately 3.7 million albums sold yearly. As of 2014 there have been a total of 139.5 million albums sold since the 1960s.
That's a known serial number from 1950s-60s replicas, and it's not worth anything.
50-300 or more depending on specifics
Volkswagens are known for their comparably high gasoline mileage. I don't know much about their mileage these days, but the classic Volkswagen Beetle and Camper of the '60s used to get an average of 30 mpg.
If it is dated 1964 or before, about $2.25 for silver melt value (it would be 90% silver) if it is dated 1965 or later, it contains no silver and is only worth 10 cents regardless of condition.
Its a not valuable it's from 1950s-60s. Its a copy it can be worth $100 or less
Late '60s to mid '70s Lincoln cents with the Kennedy engraving are a novelty with very little collector value.
It depends what kind it is a russ one would be about 7 dollars or lower but most of the ones from the 60s or worth alot so ur in luck there worth about 40 dollars on eBay maybe.
it 's a very nice watch much better mécanic than most of swiss made. Solid and waterproof. up to the state in between 60 and 250€
20 dolar s
Yes, especially McDonalds. They use much more fat now that they did in their beef in the 60s and thus they are 30% smaller today than when they were first served in the 60s.
It could be worth thousands, even millions and in some case billions. The value of this key chain strongly depends on the key it is attached to. Which leads to a new question.
1000 i guess
Classic rock n' roll mostly. blues, swing,etc. too though. some artists include The Beatles, The Who, Jimi Hendrix
A car can be a classic (AKA antique) after it has been around for at least 20 years. As of now, cars from 1991 and earlier are now considered antique (classic) cars. Although classic cars are usually the ones that were considered "icons" such as the Mustang Boss/Fastback/Mach I, Ford Thunderbird (1955), Corvette (60s), etc, etc.
I suppose it depends on what album you're listening to. But Pink Floyd could find it's place comfortably with 60s psychedelic with earlier albums, or even 70s British Metal with their harder albums like The Wall. PINK FLOYD ROCK!
$134 Billion. Back in the 60s, he was worth $100 million. Even in death, he is the richest entertainer of all time and the richest media mogul in the world.
That's a tough question but the 60s are better. You have the impala, mustang, camaro, and a bunch of other good cars. To be even more exact 69 was the best selling year. The 60s grossed well over 100 million dollars while the 50s only grossed 43.17 million.
Most of the cheaper ones were around 1500 to 3000 dollars..
about 30 cents!!! about 30 cents!!!
7 inch singles cost around 34 pence for most of the 60s. 12 inch LPs cost anything from one pound to five pounds.
Connie Francis, born on December 12, 1938, is an Italian-American popular singer in the 1950s and 60s. Connie has a total of seven record albums as of July 2013.
Not so much in the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Sonny and Cher!
Currently, the $NZ is worth about $US 0.80. We have not had pounds since the late '60s.
the 20s! She revolutionized the way women dress. Also the 50s/60s when she made her comeback and introduced her classic suit. This is why Chanel is basically the epitome of high fashion for women.
Most U.S. cents from that decade are only worth face value, assuming they were found in circulation. Even in uncirculated condition, they only retail for a few cents. The only exception is a 1960 cent with a so-called "small date", but even these are common and retail for a nickel if circulated, 30 cents uncirculated.
back in the day? Like 60s-80s? Not much. a few cents at most. The milkman delivered.
There are many radio stations that play music from the 60s. Examples of radio stations that play music from the 60s includes Live365 Internet Radio and the 60s Radio at TuneIn.
BMX bikes weren't around in the 60s.
Laura was not in her 60s when she started to write her books.
The 60s look the 60s style is coming back
The easy bake oven, computer mouse, soft contact lenses, g. i. joes, twister, the etch-a-sketch, and the va-room was invented in in the `60s
The most popular names in the 60s were Thomas, Charles, and Paul.
1min = 60s 6.6min x 60s/min = 396s
During the '60s, sex was used as a way of rebeling. Not to mention the usage of drugs and alcohol. The '60s were also the "hippie era" that included the belief of absolute freedom, such as free sex.
Better yet, his "Adventures for 12 String, 6 String & Banjo" is available in downloadable form from the iTunes Store and Amazon. I just downloaded it from the former a few days ago and I've been listening to it over and over just like I did in the '60s - and it's just as wonderful as I remembered it! (The music stores also have a lot of albums in which Rosmini was one of the… Read More
There are so many! The Godfather is a classic. There are some great 1980s soundtracks, too, such as Say Anything and Pretty in Pink. The Piano is another favorite. GoodFellas and Casino have a great mix of '50s, '60s, '70s, and '80s tunes.
Bob Barker and Pat Sajak.
60s = 1min 1800s x (1min/60s) = 30min
It would of cost around £1000 and were invented in the 60s or 70s I think but not sure on invention time
One iconic car of the 60s was the thunderbird. Another popular was the 1964 Impala.
Tommy James and the shondells
1min = 60s 650s x 1min/60s = 10.8333min = 10min and 50s
I earned 50 cents an hour for babysitting; my job in the late 60s paid $1.60/hr. I worked most of a summer in a store for $150. But, $3 would buy me a tank of gas, so there's a little perspective involved.
Pretty much the same as now. Some of the artists then have since died, but their music is still popular.
In the '60s, as well as throughout most of recorded history, a pair of shoes has been two.