$25,000 pounds in 1937..?

How much is that in today's currency ..In Dollars please.

Answer:
using http://www.miketodd.net/encyc/dollhist.h...
for an approximation of the exchange rate of about 4.8 dollars to the pound, that means that £25,000 pounds was $120,000 dollars; and then using this handy dandy calculator:
http://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl...
we can see that that is the same as $1,732,908.33 today
which is quite a nice amount.

and if for whatever reason you do want that converted back to pounds that would be about £861,543.38

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