Specifically, in the local currency—which I understand would have been the Columbian Peso, at the time—and not adjusted for inflation.
Directly inspired by a line in 1977’s The Island of Doctor Moreau, and something I’ve been wondering about for awhile.
I’ve been able to find a little cost of goods data for the era, but not for the weirdly particular geographic/economic criteria mentioned above. And if there’s anywhere I could find the answer to weirdly particular historical information, I know it’d be here. So…can anyone help?