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How much would a World War 2 Ration Coupon Booklet be worth today?
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$50 see ebay
They are of limited value, as there were so many of them created and distributed. A few dollars is the most people are willing to pay for a book.
You could get a replacement, but you were quizzed in detail about the incident. It was serious, rather like losing a passport.
How much would a World War 2 German silver knights cross of the war merit cross without swords today be worth?
THE KNIGHTS CROSS OF THE WAR MERIT, MANY REPLICAS OUT THERE, MANY! DOES IT HAVE THE NECK RIBBON? THE ONE WITHOUT SWORDS, THERE ARE ONLY 46 SAID TO BE MADE! ONE SOLD… , 8 MONTHS AGO, FOR 3000$ 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
in ww2 your weekly ration would have been (per adult): 3pints of milk 225g jam 55g tea 170g butter 1 shilling's worth of… meat 55g cooking fat 225g sugar 115g bacon 30g cheese
i have a newspaper from the day world war II ended in Europe ended and i am wondering the same thing. sorry i don't know how much it would be worth but if you ever find out te…ll me.
Depends on The name of the Medal The country of issue The condition of the Medal Also if the medals are named and if so who they are named to. If they are a high rank th…is will increase the price. If they were killed in action, wounded or taken prisoner this will increase the price. "2 ww1 medals" is a bit vague.
In the United States, there were few real shortages of food, tobacco and liquor. However, the Armed Forces did come first as was proper. In those days, Americans wanted their …country to be victorious over the Germans and the Japanese. However, the biggest reason for rationing in the United States was to make everyone WAR CONSCIOUS. Rationing was the Roosevelt Adminsitration's way of bringing the war home to everyone and to make our people feel that they were contributing to the VICTORY, which we actually won over out enemies in 1945.
A shortage of food causing rationing to begin limiting people to a certain amount of food
You are going to be more specific by telling the year and the country of origin, both Canada and the US altered their composition of their 5 cent pieces, but in different …ways and as such they have different values.
Many stamps were issued during and about World War 2. You will need to consult the catalogs. Most libraries will have a copy of Scott's Postage Stamp Catalog of the World. Fir…st of all, you have to identify the specific stamp or card. That in itself can be a daunting task, but most of the catalogs are well illustrated with lots of information. Once you know what item you have, the catalog will provide a set of prices that can be used to estimate value.
Several thousand dollars. An ordinary commercial second world war katana of contemporary manufacture has very little value. However what happened during the war was certain pr…ized blades that had belonged to high born Japanese families for generations were disassembled and the precious mounts, tsuba etc. were simply put away. Ordinary military mounts were used on blades that sometimes dated back to the 13th century. If you have a blade like that by one of the esteemed sword smiths, it could be worth huge amounts of money. The Japanese are anxious to recover the many blades that were lost at the time of the Japanese surrender. To find out whether or not you have a precious blade, knock out the tapered banboo pegs that hold the grip in position and take it off exposing the tang, the part od the blade that is normally hidden within the hilt. If there is a signature in Japanese characters etched into the tang, you may have something of worth though not necessarily a valuable heirloom. Sometimes the signature is filled with gold, another indication that the smith was a highly regarded artist. Also hold the blade at eye level, looking form hilt to tip. There should be a wavy line clearly visible stretching along the blade. This is, I believe, called the yakiba is the tempering applied to the blade by the smith. Each smith ahad his own unique design fo yakiba. Hope this helps.
Unfortunately it is scrap or sentimental value only. Pre 1948 they were high in silver content and worth smelting but not in the 1950's and there are a lot of them around. See… eBay for examples.
In World War 2
Not much, they have limited value as so many were issued. Every person in the US had one. I've seen them go for about $5 a book in excellent condition.
350 grams of bread
Eggs, Milk, Bread, Canned food, etc.