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Answer OK some of the products were stockings, shoes, food ( eggs,sugar,coffee,meats)and gas. That's about all i know In Great Britain everything was rationed be…cause the Germans had so imperiled trans-Atlantic shipping and obviously for the war effort. By the Way stocking were rationed because the silk was used as bags for holding propellant for field artillery shells. The silk cut down on sparks which would cause propellant to blow up. Shoes were rationed due to the obvious need for shoe leather for military boots and shoes.
They are of limited value, as there were so many of them created and distributed. A few dollars is the most people are willing to pay for a book.
Answer Rationing is a book that every one had when they went to a shop they could only have things that was on the list of the book and only have a certain amount… of it.
World War 2 ration book 3 with about all ration coupons inside Front cover attached to back What may it be worth?
I HAVE THREE USA WAR RATION BOOK ONE: TWO WAR RATION BOOK TWO; TWO WAR RATION BOOK NO. THREE AND THREE WAR RATION BOOK FOUR. SOME ONLY HAVE A FEW STAMPS AND SOME FU…LL AND NEARLY FULL SHEETS OF STAMPS. WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED AND WHAT PRICE RANGE? MY E-MAIL ADDRESS IS firstname.lastname@example.org
$1 war bond in 1942 = $11 today
None! Margarine wasn't purchased by the government during World War 2, thanks mostly to lobbyists in the butter industry. So it wasn't subject to rationing, which made it chea…per and more abundant than butter. It backfired on the butter industry, because after WW2 almost everyone used the non-rationed margarine and butter has since been more expensive and less purchased. Good question.
How much would a World War 2 German silver knights cross of the war merit cross without swords today be worth?
THE KNIGHTS CROSS OF THE WAR MERIT, MANY REPLICAS OUT THERE, MANY! DOES IT HAVE THE NECK RIBBON? THE ONE WITHOUT SWORDS, THERE ARE ONLY 46 SAID TO BE MADE! ONE SOLD… , 8 MONTHS AGO, FOR 3000$ THIS ONE IS ON THIS SITE FOR OVER 2 YEARS, WITH SWORDS, STILL NOT SOLD, http://ww2army.com/images/1500-1999/1985/1985.php IF BY CHANCE IT IS REAL, CONSIDERING THE RECESSION WE ARE IN, WITHOUT RIBBON, AROUND THAT PRICE, IF YOU TAKE IT TO THE MAC SHOW IN MONROVILLE PA, AROUND OCTOBER, MABY MORE! THE SILVER CONTENT SHOULD IF LEFT ALONE HAVE A LOOK LIKE FINE SILVERWARE THAT IS SLIGHTLY TARNISHED, THE WHITEISH SILVER IS USUALLY A SIGN OF THE FAKES OR THE SOS SHOW IN LOUIVILLE IN MARCH, MABY A LITTLE MORE, LAST YEAR THERE WERE 8 THERE, THE ONE I HAD WAS THE ONLY REAL ONE! HOPE THIS HELPS, ROBERT
With today of 2009, approximately 12,346 US dollars.
You need to specify a country and a time. There's a widespread misconception that specific goods were simply either rationed or not rationed and that the amount(s) allowed the…n remained constant throughout the war. The tendency in all coutries was for more and more things to be rationed, and for the amounts allowed to be reduced. In Britain, for example, bread was not rationed during World War 2, only afterwards!
You do not mention whether its a coin or a bill. In either case, the answer depends on its condition. The more like new, the higher the value. If it was circulated, used in …transaction, passed from hand to hand, its worth only a fraction of one put away untouched straight from the mint. Probably not much. If its a coin, and far enough "pre world War II" it might have silver content, and then it would be worth at least the value of its silver.
how much would a 1942 ensins dress uniform be worth today with emblems
It is valid for redemption for one ration.
They have a picture of mickey mouse
Food ration books from 1943 sell for anywhere between $5 to about $100. If the item is in good condition, and it has a traceable provenance, it will likely be on the highe…r end of that scale.