What is 1000 dollars in 1860 worth in today's money?
What cost $1000 in 1860 would cost $23594.24 in 2009.
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A used $1000 CAD note of any age in any condition is worth $950 US. A modern mint condition uncirculated one is worth $1650 US. Older ones in good condition can be worth considerably more.
Portugal does not use dollars. It previously used escudos and now uses the euro. My suggestion would be to post a new question giving more details, in particular the date on the bill, its condition, and some information about the images that appear on it. Thanks!
Answer . In 1944, during World War II, the Empire of Japan occupied the Philippine archipelago with a regime now termed the Second Philippine Republic. This government issued a paper-only fiat currency which was given the same name as the previous currency - the peso. As apparently happens with m…uch fiat currency, the Japanese peso experienced hyperinflation - unfortunate both for the folks who had to use it and for modern discoverers of the bills. (According to the Wikipedia article from which most of this is ripped off - "Japanese government-issued Philippine fiat peso" - the pesos became so worthless they were termed "Mickey Mouse money."). As far as further Web research reveals, individual bills might be worth about one dollar each to collectors, regardless of printed value, which goes to show just how crazy the inflation was. But don't just take this page's word for it - get them appraised! ( Full Answer )
$1250 if worn, up to maybe $1600 if in nearly new condition. Uncirculated ones retail for about $2000.
The vast majority of "Confederate" bills found today are actually replicas sold in souvenir shops or included in memento sets. Those made within the last 35 years or so are required by law to have a word such as COPY, FACSIMILE, or REPLICA printed on them but that's usually absent on older ones. Ma…ny of the copies are printed on artificially aged paper using photo-lithographs of genuine bills so they can be difficult to tell from the real thing unless you look closely at the signatures - the ink is flat and on the surface of a replica, while it is a slightly different color and more deeply impressed on a genuine note. The Related Link has a list of serial and plate numbers found on the more common copies; you can compare those to the numbers on your bill. If they don't match you should seek out a dealer or appraiser who specializes in Confederate currency and have the bill examined in person. ( Full Answer )
a 1865 dollar to day is only worth about 50 cents, back then a dollar, 50 cents today, was alot, but since today an dollar isn't much m oney, it is lowered half price. I hope i have answered your question.
The Italian Lira is obsolete and was replace by the Euro on January1,2002. Before, 1000 lire would be equivalent to less than adollar.
A major percentage of Confederate bills are replicas. Starting about 80 years ago various companies started making photo-reproduced copies on artificially aged paper; they've been sold at gift shops and included in hobby magazines as giveaways. Around 1973 or so the law was changed to require tha…t all replicas be labelled with the word COPY, but anything before that has no indication that it's a replica. They're not really counterfeits because there was never any intent to deceive, but a lot of the older ones have leaked onto the market and are often confused with the real thing. The best way to be sure is to have it inspected in person by a currency expert. ( Full Answer )
In AU-55 condition your coin retails for about $950. In MS-60 that figure is about $1900.
The worth of one dollar was as much to give you about 20 loafs of bread and last You up to a month and you would still have change left
A 1000 dollar Indonesia note is worth $0.09 in US dollars. TheIndonesia note is called the rupiah (Rp), and is the officialcurrency of Indonesia.
There's no such thing as a $1000 Italian bill. Italy has never used dollars - only lira, up to 2002, and euros after that. If you're referring to a 1000 lira bill, more information is needed. If it's dated within the last 20 years or so and has been circulated, it's unlikely to be worth very mu…ch. If it's older it may have a higher collector value but you'll need to post a new question with its date and a description of the pictures on it. ( Full Answer )
There is no such thing as free money. If it was as easy as your question purports, you could do it 5 days a week and make a decent living from it.
I have a 1000 BANCA DITALIA LIRE MILLE papar bill. I believe the date is 1969. Serial # HD 662668 W. Also has a picture of a bearded man name Cassiere?. Any idea of value.
Live rates at 2009.11.04 03:32:23 UTC 1,000.00 GYD = 4.90918 USD Guyana DollarsUnited States Dollars1 GYD = 0.00490918 USD1 USD = 203.700 GYD . http://www.xe.com/ucc/convert.cgi?Amount=1000.00&From=GYD&To=USD&image.x=33&image.y=15
The Citizens Bank of Louisiana, a predecessor of J.P. Morgan Chase and Co., issued its own notes before the Civil War with the word "Dix", ten in French, on one side of the note. As the currency became widespread, people referred to the place of origin as "the land of the Dix," which was eventually …shortened to "Dixieland". A true 1860 Dixie note is sold for about $9000 if it is untorn and in fairly good condition. They are extremely rare. ( Full Answer )
1000,000,000 Portuguese Escudos are worth approx 7,252,024 US Dollars (as of 1 Oct 2009). For other conversions of this type, see: Related Link below.
Today, 1000 rials is worth only $00.10. During the era of the Shah, however, 1000 rials was the equivalent of $14.30.
I was always told if you have AT LEAST half of a bill and itobvious what it is; the bank will replace it with a full one andthey will take the half piece out of circulation. This is what theydo here, of course, the highest I have ever taken in was a $20. Mymom worked at a bank in another state & the…y also would "buy"the half bill for the full amount & take the piece back. Goodluck, worth a try! A more-specific answer ... The Treasury requires that as much as 2/3 of the bill must beintact and at least one serial number must be visible in full,although exceptions can be made for unusual damage due to naturalcauses such as mildew or rodents. ( Full Answer )
as of today $1000.00 = 710.93 Euros ( june9,2009). for all your monetary calculations go to xe.com
Please post a new question clarifying what you mean by "late 1860". Do you mean "late in the year 1860", or a coin from the latter part of that decade? If you mean a coin from the end of the decade post its specific date because that's very important.
Using the average inflation rate over the period between 1972 and 2009 of 4.62:. $1,000 in 1972 dollars would be worth $5,318 in 2009 dollars * $1,000 in 2009 dollars would be worth $188 in 1972 dollars.
A dime is 10 cents so 1000 dimes is 10,000 cents or $100. A nickel is 5 cents so 1000 of them is 5,000 cents of $50. Therefore the total is $150. Another way to compute the answer is to pair up each dime andnickel to make 15 cents. Because there are 1000 of each coin youwould have 1000 nickel/dime …pairs, or 15,000 cents which is thesame as $150. ( Full Answer )
It's LEI, not KEI - romanian currency. It's 327.01 USD (1 USD=3.058 LEI - 02/25/2011)
one time i went to a money trea with a afghanistan bill and it wasworth 221 us dollars
It depends on what country the Francs are from. (There are more than a dozen countries in the world that still use the Franc, and all of them have different values.)
In 1860 we were on the gold standard. Gold at that time was worth a little over $20 an ounce (See Double Eagle Coin.) On January 28, 2010, 1 ounce of gold cost $1085.40. Thus 1000/20x1085.40= Today the gold in the coins would be worth a bit under $54,270.
assuming its late roman empire then 1 denarii is about 4 times the value of a sestertius and a sestertius being worth about $5 in today's money a denarius would be about $20 got my info from https://sites.google.com/a/saintmarksschool.org/grade7rome/roman-money/what-can-i-buy-with-a-denarius so cant… be sure its correct but its the only website I've seen with any info other than wikipedia ( Full Answer )
A dollar in 1860 would have the buying power of $28.90 in 2014 due to inflation.
Copies are rarely worth very much because, well, they're not the real thing. It probably has value only as a novelty item - maybe a couple of dollars.
$1,000.00 in 1988 had the same buying power as $1,871.31 in 2010and $2,049.61 in 2016.
1,000 Australian dollars = 564.56 British pounds 1,000 Canadian dollars = 628.98 British pounds 1,000 U.S. dollars = 668.35 British pounds 1,000 Hong Kong dollars = 85.82 British pounds As at 30th June 2010, note: exchange rates change daily.
1,000 Colombian pesos are currently worth $0.42 in U.S. dollars.However, currency rates change from day to day.
Ten Shillings GBP in 1962 had the purchasing power of about Â£7.15 GBP today. NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations by a purpose designed program for which I can take no credit. The resulting answer should only be regarded as an approximation.
If it is a United States 1000 dollar bill, the it is worth.....1000 dollars US. The US treasury accepts all bills produced in the last 100 years at their Numerical Value which is printed on the paper. Maybe you can get a few bucks more if it is historically important(famous bank robbery/Nicholas C…age's last 1000 dollar bill) and a private collector is interested. ( Full Answer )
Your question cannot be answered completely because ancient Rome had no coin comparable to our dollar. Remember too, that the Roman coins were of pure metals. For example a denarius had 3 grams of pure silver and would be worth about $300 dollars today. This was one day's pay for an unskilled worker… and it certainly was not valued as we would value it today. Using the denarius as a marker, a thousand dollars would be worth 3 denarii and 5 1/2 asses, or thereabouts depending on the price of silver at present. But remember, this is in present day values, the ancients had much lower values for their coins. ( Full Answer )
Given approximate Annual Inflation rates of the Japanese currency since the year 1930 coupled with the fact that the Japanese did not keep track of Inflation percentage records until 1960, the average yen in 1930 would equal 659 yen in today's money. 659*1000=659,000 yen= 8,400.40 USD as of 7/29/201…2 ( Full Answer )
If you're referring to how it relates to modern decimal pounds, the answer is 1.2 decimal pence. ( A pound was once divided into 240 pennies, so a 3d "bit" would be 3/240 or 1/80 of a pound. Because modern pounds are divided into 100 decimal pennies, 1p = 1/100 of a pound. That means 3d = 100/80 …of a decimal penny, or 1.2p ) If you're referring to the collector value of a 3d coin, please post a new question with its date. ( Full Answer )
It is worth about $12 More Exchange rates change every day so any specific answer posted herewould be out of date almost immediately. While it's not Answers.compolicy to say "use the Internet", that's the best approach in thiscase. You can check a site such as www . xe.com, CNNMoney, etc. forthe …latest conversion factors. ( Full Answer )
I don't want to trade this money, I'm pissed that I have it! It was given to me in the 90's by my renters from that country, and I've had a situation where i've been incarcerated since 1999. That's alot of money I want! How can they just say that those bills are no good anymore??
It's probably worth about a dollar. eBay is your friend. Search around there and see how much people have got for the star-dollars before.
$ 1000 in 1885 would be $ 4314.50 in 1970. Also, if you were to buy exactly the same products in 1970 and 1885, they would cost you $ 1000 and $ 245.45 respectively.
Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question with the bill's date and its correct denomination. Spain has never used dollars, only pesetas (up to 2002) and euros since then.
One Shilling GBP in 1885 had the purchasing power of about Â£3.59 GBP today. One Shilling GBP in 1885 had the purchasing power of about $5.71 USD today. NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations by a purpose designed program for which I can take n…o credit. The resulting answer should only be regarded as an approximation. ( Full Answer )
The spot price of silver changes by the minute when the market is open. Right now it's $31.09 per ounce.
No, this is an internet myth, and it is also a "phishing" scam. If you respond to it, the scammers will ask you for your personal information, and instead of sending it to President Obama, they will use it to take money from your bank account. No president, Mr. Obama included, is handing out money t…o pay your bills. Be careful and be skeptical when you see these kinds of claims on the internet. ( Full Answer )
Anywhere from face value (if it's in really rough condition), up to $4,000 if it's in perfect uncirculated condition.
It depends on the currency that you want to convert British Pounds to. At today's exchange rate, 1 British Pound equals about 1.60 USD or 1.19 Euro.
1000 USD from 1900 would have the purchasing power of just under 28,000 USD today. The dollars themselves would be virtually worthless, however, as only collectors would care to buy them, and only in very good condition.
The 'simple' answer is: $ 140 - 145. You would today pay around $ 140 for a fixed package of basic commodities that would have cost you $5 back then. In reality, the answer is much more complex, depending on what you want to compare. For instance, you can also compare the value of $5 to the total… dollar value of the US's economic output. In order to possess the same 'percentage' of this national output as you had then with your $5 dollar, that amount would now be worth over $ 18,000. The reason: the enormous growth of the US's economy since 1860. ( Full Answer )