it costs like a dollar or 50 cents at wallie world
first was 25 cents then rose to 40 cents first was 25 cents then rose to 40 cents
$3 Dollar three per rose
Comic books went from 12 to 15 cents .
Rose has 2 quartes and a nickel which is 2 x 25 + 1 x 5 = 55 cents Jack has 3 dimes which is 3 x 10 = 30 cents Rose has (55-30) = 25 cents more than Jack
Every year there is a rose and normally its hidden in the dock but first you need 600 coins to see the rose! ive saw the rose before and it was AMAZING!
Effective spring of 2008 the cost rose from 41 cents to 42 cents.
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Does it say the word love with the rose as the "O"? If so it is worth 34 cents.
Less than 25 cents.
The white rose was a non-violent resistance group in Nazi Germany, consisting of a number of students from the University of Munich and their philosophy professor.The white rose was a non-violent resistance group in Nazi Germany, consisting of a number of students from the University of Munich and their philosophy professor.
25 cents or less.
Your question could have a number of answers depending on what you mean. The first circulating U.S. coins to contain nickel were Flying Eagle cents minted 1856-1858. Cents contained about 12% nickel up till the middle of 1864 when the composition was changed to bronze. The next coins were copper-nickel 3¢ pieces (1865) and 5¢ pieces (1866). The next change happened a century later when silver rose in price. Dimes and quarters were changed from silver to copper-nickel in 1965, and half-dollars and dollars were changed in 1971.
The postage stamp that had the word LOVE and a single pink rose on it, is a forever stamp. There was also one that had a value of .25 cents.
The Tudor Rose is the heraldic emblem of England, and has featured on many British coins for hundreds of years.
Frasier uses a proprietary blend consisting of Lavender Rose hips and a bit of Tahitian Vanilla
Less than 50 cents.
The cost rose to 50 cents per pack in the mid 1970s.
So I guess it was 12 1/2 cents per gallon. At least in CanadaMonthly FeatureFebruary 1999White Rose and Red Seal Gasoline price signs for visible gas pumps - circa 1928.Canadian law ruled taxes must be shown separately .Gasoline Pricesor "The good old days"View this article in conjunction with the new "GASOLINE" page* We don't have to make good excuses --- We make good gasoline *(1916 advertisement)* White Rose Gasoline sells for more per gallonand is worth more than it sells for ** White Rose Costs Less Per Mile *canadian Oil Companies Limited didn't hide the fact that their gasoline cost more per gallon than the competition's--- indeed they actively promoted the difference. For many years White Rose Gasoline sold for 3 cents more per gallon than the competitions.They were proud of their quality and reputation."18 Reasons Why" , a 1926 pamphlet similar in size to an En-Ar-Co Oil News booklet ,dealt exclusively with the reasons White Rose Gasoline was the better bargain.Perhaps those weren't reasons enough, for later that same year the company saw the need for a second grade of gasoline -----Red Seal Gasoline was introduced "at the same price as (the competetions) regular".The company was very careful never to call it a regular gasoline --- instead issued this description: " Red Seal Gasoline --- manufactured for those motorists who wish to purchase a medium price gasoline "Advertising in May 1932 shows the premium for White Rose Gasoline drops to 2 cents per gallonBy August 1932 , ads now read "White Rose Gasoline cost no more than regular gasoline"---againcareful never to imply it a 'regular' gasoline.Sample pricesI cannot often quote actual retail gasoline prices, instead will show you a few examples of dealer cost, taken from company to dealer invoices in my collection. Keep in mind to include the dealer markupand the gasoline tax . The prices shown , correct on a given date , but may not accurately reflect theyears average price.1901 "gasoline" --- 6 cents per gallon --- no tax1909 White Rose Gasoline --- 15 1/2 cents per gallon --- no tax1919 White Rose Gasoline --- 39 cents per gallon ---no tax yet !1926 White Rose Gasoline --- 43 cents per gallon retail --- tax included(the location of this station in Jarrow, Alberta , may reflect in this price)1935 ---Government ( Ontario prov.) gasoline tax is 6 cents per gallon.Remains there until the spring of 1939.1939 White Rose Gasoline ---14 cents + 8 cents tax per gallon + dealer markupWhite Rose No-Knock ---16 " " " " " " " "White Rose Ethyl ---18 " " " " " " " "1942 White Rose Gasoline --- 24 cents per gallon + 11 cents taxesRed Seal Gasoline ---15 1/2 cents + 11 cents tax per gallon + dealer markup( Ont. Provincial tax remains @ 8cents but also a new 3 cent federal tax)1943 Red Seal Gasoline ----16 1/2 cents + 11 cents tax per gallon + dealer markupWhite Rose No-Knock ----18 " " " " " " " "White Rose Ethyl ----20 " " " " " " " "1947 White Rose No-Knock --- 17 cents + 11 cents per tax gallon + dealer markupWhite Rose Ethyl --- 19 " " " " " " " "1951 White Rose No-Knock --- August retail price is 27 cents per gallon + 11 cents taxWhite Rose Ethyl --- " " " " 29 " " " " " "1952 White Rose No-Knock ---22-2/10 cents+ 11 cents tax per gallon + dealer markupWhite Rose Ethyl ---24-2/10 " " " " " " " "1953 NEWWhite Rose Gasoline ---23-1/10 cents+11 cents tax per gallon + dealer markup (Dec.)White Rose ULTRA ---25-1/10 " " " " " " " "1957 White Rose ULTRA ---January retail price 44.9 cents per gallon including tax1960 White Rose ULTRA --- March retail price 45 cents per gallon including tax1961 White Rose "Gasoline" ---February retail price 37.6 cents per gallon including taxA local dealer's markup was 5 cents per gallon in 1939. Interesting to me was the fact that the company provided the financing for him to build a station and start in business . This mortgage ,with 5% interest, was repaid monthly at one cent per gallon sold, billed directly on his gasoline invoices at time of delivery.I wonder if one could get that deal today?I also have a copy of another locals contract with Canadian Oil Companies Ltd. for the following equipment necessary to gointo the gasoline business in 1935:1-Clearvision gaspump #10-- -----$65.001-250 gallon tank----------------- $35.00installation-------------------------$25.00$125.00It does not say if this is new or used equipment.More Power White Rose Gasoline Less Carbon
Disastrously. As the war went on, and the blockade became more effective, there were fewer and fewer goods to be had, and the prices rose steeply. Sherman's March to the Sea finally shattered the Southern economy, and the Confederate dollar was down to a few cents.
Less than 25 cents.
Less than 50 cents.
Less than 25 cents.
Less than 35 cents.