This picture shows a page from the Holman's Spring and Summer Catalog from 1926. It has a whole lot of prices for bicycle parts and accessories, such as rubber cement, spring seats for bikes, whole bikes, wheels and much more.
The prices on this page are different from prices now. The cost of bikes then would be much less then the cost of a new bike today. We also have different styles of bicycles now: mountain bikes, stunt bikes, and racing bikes with really thin wheels so there isn't as much grip on the terrain. The C.C.M. bike company (shown in the picture) has been in business for at least 70 years, because I see bikes made by C.C.M. now, but there are a lot more styles. There are a lot more bicycle companies, too.
Click on the link at the top to see a larger view of the picture.
Holman's Spring and Summer Catalog, No. 38, 1926, p 108
PARO, Acc 4226/2 pg108
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