### Seven Ways to Compute the Relative Value of a U.S. Dollar Amount - 1774 to Present

 In 2010, the relative price worth of \$25.00 from 1865 is: \$345.00 using the Consumer Price Index \$288.00 using the GDP deflator In 2010, the relative amount consumers spend worth of \$25.00 from 1865 is: In 2010, the relative wage or income worth of \$25.00 from 1865 is: \$2,890.00 using the unskilled wage \$5,900.00 using the Production Worker Compensation \$4,260.00 using the nominal GDP per capita In 2010, the relative output worth of \$25.00 from 1865 is: \$37,500.00 using the relative share of GDP

Data for consumer bundle only starts in 1900.

If you need help/ determining which result is most appropriate for you, see Choosing the Best Indicator to Measure Relative Worth.

For construction of the Indicators, go to CPI | GDP | Consumer Bundle | Unskilled Wage | Compensation of Production Workers series.

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#### Citation

Samuel H. Williamson, "Seven Ways to Compute the Relative Value of a U.S. Dollar Amount, 1774 to present," MeasuringWorth, April .

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