## Question 1/12

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How much would 1 pound of chocolates have set you back in 1957?

$1.57

$2.50

$3.25

## Question 2/12

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How much was a gallon of gas in 1957?

.75 cents

.25 cents

.45 cents

## Question 3/12

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If you were going to mail a letter, how much would a postage stamp have set you back in 1957?

.03 cents

.06 cents

.10 cents

## Question 4/12

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One could buy a loaf of bread for this much in 1957?

.50 cents

.19 cents

.75 cents

## Question 5/12

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How much was a Swanson's TV dinner in 1957?

.75 cents

.50 cents

.25 cents

## Question 6/12

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How much would it cost you to buy a new Ford in 1957?

$1,879.00

$4,500.00

$2,100.00

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How much was a gallon of milk in 1957?

$1.00

.50 cents

$1.50

## Question 8/12

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How much was a jar of Tang breakfast crystals in 1957?

.50 cents

.30 cents

$1.00

## Question 9/12

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How much was one pound of butter?

.95 cetns

.25 cents

.75 cents

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How much did a 12 0z bottle of Vermont maple syrup cost?

.33 cents

.75 cents

$1.75

## Question 11/12

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How much was Campbells tomato soup in 1957?

.5 cents

.10 cents

.20 cents

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How much did a bunch of broccoli cost in 1957?

.50 cents

.75 cents

.23 cents

While you may not be an expert on 1957 prices, you did show a strong base knowledge for what things cost in the good old days. While you didn't score 100%, you surely learned something new along the way. There's no failure in that!

## C+, 1957 Price Pert

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're pretty perfect when it comes to knowing common prices in the 1950s. While you may not have gotten every question right, you still proved your 1950s know how. Don't you just miss the good old days?

## B+, 1957 Price Perfect

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Remember when butter was under $1.00? We don't but you clearly do! You knew every price listed on this tricky quiz. Odds are, you either grew up in this time or you're a true history love. No matter what the reason, you've proven yourself to be a true 1957 price whiz!

## A+, 1957 Price Whiz

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Do you think that you can correctly guess how much these 12 items would've set you back in 1957? Embark on this quiz and find out!

1

How much would 1 pound of chocolates have set you back in 1957?

$1.57

$2.50

$3.25

2

How much was a gallon of gas in 1957?

.75 cents

.25 cents

.45 cents

3

If you were going to mail a letter, how much would a postage stamp have set you back in 1957?

.03 cents

.06 cents

.10 cents

4

One could buy a loaf of bread for this much in 1957?

.50 cents

.19 cents

.75 cents

5

How much was a Swanson's TV dinner in 1957?

.75 cents

.50 cents

.25 cents

6

How much would it cost you to buy a new Ford in 1957?

$1,879.00

$4,500.00

$2,100.00

7

How much was a gallon of milk in 1957?

$1.00

.50 cents

$1.50

8

How much was a jar of Tang breakfast crystals in 1957?

.50 cents

.30 cents

$1.00

9

How much was one pound of butter?

.95 cetns

.25 cents

.75 cents

10

How much did a 12 0z bottle of Vermont maple syrup cost?

.33 cents

.75 cents

$1.75

11

How much was Campbells tomato soup in 1957?

.5 cents

.10 cents

.20 cents

12

How much did a bunch of broccoli cost in 1957?

.50 cents

.75 cents

.23 cents