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Old Money is an elegant and easy to useOld Money to Present Values currency converter,using data drawn from original historic documents!"Old Money"Currency Converter uses historic price dataacross the centuriesto allow you to see what a sum of money from the past (for example, left in a will or paid as wages) would be worth today, and what spending power it would have represented at the time.You can also use "Old Money" to make sense of information in historical literature or history books.Imagine coming acrossthe followingfacts:- Buckingham Palace was sold to the Royal Family in 1761 for 21,000.- By the morning of 17 December 1773 Boston tea-party protesters had thrown more than 90,000 lbs of tea to the waters of Boston Harbour,worth an estimated10,000.- It is estimated that William Shakespeare's salary as an actor before 1599 was circa 100 a year. - The London Underground Central line opened on 30th July 1900 and had a flat fee of 2 pence, giving the line its nickname "The Two-penny Tube". Do you know what these values would be today?"Old Money" provides the answers!The knowledge and resources of The National Archives, medieval historian Nick Barratt and app designerRevelMobhave combined to create the ultimate iPhoneapp, allowing you instant access tohistoric prices over time. You can also see whateach sum of money would have bought in the relevant century, plus find out a bit more about what life was like at the time - how people travelled around, orwhat food they would have eaten.For those whowant to find out the TRUE value ofhistory - this is a MUST download app!