If anybody knows how much the value of a medieval pound (anywhere from 1100-1500 is fine) is, it would be a big help. I've been looking it up and it seems to bob anywhere from $600 to $2500. I've also read it's good to use the context of what a loaf of bread costs to estimate value compared to today, but I don't think so. Bread now and then and things now and then have two different values based on ease of production and demand. A sword today might be less than a sword in medieval times or more depending on the fan craze of some collectors. Either way, if anybody has any info, it would be a great help.