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What is the value of World War II rationing coupons dated 1945?
September 1, 1939 was the official beginning of World War 2.
Canada declared war on Germany on September 10, 1939. The Canadian prime minister specificaly waited one week after Britain declared war on Germany, to show to the world that …Canada, recently fully independent, was not entering the war because Britain was, but because of its own decision as a country.
World War 2 Ration Books The war ration was not very high. The war ration stamps are very common and the demand for them in the collector's circle is not very high. A… complete book might get $10, whereas partial books and single stamps are not going to be anywhere near as valuable. The sentimental value is of more value, as it reminds people of the struggles and their contribution to the war effort. I agree completely with the sentimental value when finding out that in 1945+, one had to use these stamps to purchase food. Families also had to do an inventory of what they had in their pantry, and they would have to actually subtract their stamps from the book, based on their inventory. Rationing ended in 1945; ration stamps obviously have no objective economic value. But they are collected by some people, so they have subjective collectible value. The best way to find the current going prices would be to search eBay auctions for stamps like yours. Fewer of the ration stamps were used in Books 2 & 3, making them less valuable. Click on the Related Link for more information.
Ration BooksHere is input:When I see them at flea markets and antique shows they are generally under $50. Condition is a big factor, the better the condition the more valuable… they are (but yet seldom worth more than $50).Do a search on eBay to see what they are going for, you might find what they are worth that way (at least in the auction market). You might also take it to a dealer in your area who sells old stamps, coins, cards, etc. They can sometimes give you an idea of value or point you in the right direction. Comment Always pay attention to detail in such cases. For example, a temporary ration book officially marked as such might differ in value from a regular one.Agreed. Condition is extremely important, as with all collectibles. (Collectors aren't too keen on items in poor condition).
Answer . The war ration stamps are very common and the demand for them in the collector's circle is not very high. A complete book might get $10, partial books and single …stamps are not going to be anywhere near as valuable. The sentimental value is of more worth, as it reminds people of the struggles and their contribution to the war effort.
WW2 Ration book anwser Well the stamp by it's self is worth no more than a dime so on a book WITH A SPINE INTACT it might be a half dollar also depending one what book… it is book one is more rare than book two or three.The condition os a factor obvously the the better condion would sell for more.another thing is the cover does it have one is it still attaced, what about the backing is it still there .Also less of the ration stamps were used in books two & three making them less valuble.i can't tell you mutch but I can tell you that it could be anywhere from thrity cents to a dollar and a half.
Aug 1942 in UK
Rations are a fixed allowence of provisions or food. So ration coupons allowed you to purchase food or anything needed, but in moderation.
I think there about like around 50$-100$ I'm not sure though my dad has one but got it when he was 18.
$500 to over $2000, all things dependent, such as condition, arsenal, special markings/features, matching numbers, etc.
What is the value of a P38 9MM German Luger gun with 2 clips and certificate dated 1945 plus holster from World War 2?
I've got a listing for a Luger Krieghoff 1936-1945Same specifications as Luger Krieghoff 36, except 1936-45 dated chamber, bbl. proofs. Est. 8600 production.$1950.00 … WWII CollectiblesTry to find the latest edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values updated each year. Try your local library. Remember condition isn't everything its the only thing. A "P38" and a "Lugar" are two different semi-auto 9mm pistols produced by Germany during the 1st half of the 20th century. The Lugar was standard issue in the Germany Army in WWI and the P38 was standard issue in WWII. Both used the same ammunition. Addition: The 9 x 19 mm cartridge fired by both the P38 and P08 (Luger) is popularly referred to as the 9mm Luger. The writer above is correct about the German military issue. However, the P38 is still manufactured by Walther, and is the current military sidearm of 9 countries. $500 to $700 us dollors less in Canada $400 to $600 these pistols were mainly bring backs from ww2.
In World War 2
One was a special formula of a Hershey bar that was designed to avoid melting.
So they didn't run out of supplies if some one was a hog, he would cost more money than any one else
In World War 2
The value of a Japanese soldier's rifle from World War II varies onmodel and condition. A paratrooper's rifle in good condition mightbe worth as much as a $1,000. Most other r…ifles of the era areworth less than that.
About $1.90 or so for the silver content. Keep in mind though that for low purity coins like war nickels, most coin dealers offer substantially less than spot on them.
Eggs, Milk, Bread, Canned food, etc.