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A loaf of bread in the 1950s would have only been about twenty nine cents. Bread was a common grocery purchase in those days as it is today.

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5 cents

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depends where ur getting it at type in "how much does a loaf of bread cost?" so instead of 1 say a. it tells a few answers, hope that works for u!

25 cents (I would check on this-in 1904, a pound of ham cost $.11, and in 1914, bread was $.04-.08 per loaf. $.25 seems way too high.)

The average cost of a new house in the 1950s was $3,000.00 to $5,000.00.

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how much was a loaf of bread in England 1942 In not sure what the price was in England but in the U.S the average loaf of bread was .09 cents!