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.
It is valid for redemption for one ration.
all the ration book stamps were worth £30.00.that is one ration book only.
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 higher end of that scale.
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.
Not much. The reason for this is that even though they're old, they're extremely common. Everyone had them during the war.
the British and US governments both issued ration books during WWII. they did this in Britain because Britain largely imported much of the "the necessities"(including but not limited to: sugar, tea, oil, wood, and produce). After WWII began, the Germans diseverly cut the amount of supplies reaching Britain by attacking the ships that carried them. In order to make sure that there was enough to go around, the British Government issued ration books(for more in fo about ration books in Britain, see what were ration books) in the US, ration books were issued so that the government could provide enough supplies to its soldiers. It was all to support the war effort.
depending on condition between $1 to $50 %0n being the extreme high end and these are in excellent near perfect condition
A few dollars to the right collector. Everyone that lived in the US was issued ration books, so they are pretty common. Finding one with a lot of stamps left in it is much harder. That would mean that the person didn't use their stamps to buy goods.
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.
It very much depends on which coins are in the books and the condition of the coins.
Money wasn't worth as mush as it is worth today back then so, the average cost of shoes was about $1.00
No more than payless shoes...
about as much as your mom
As with all collectibles, it depends. I am only speaking here of WWII Ration Stamp Books. The largest consideration is condition--not only of the boolket folder, but of the stamps thatmay still be inside. From recent purchases from several dealers int he stamp collecting business, purchase price ranges between $2.00 (few stamps) and $15.00 (many stamps). If you chose to sell to one of these dealers, the offering price would probably be about 50% of that.
Michael Jordxan game worn shoes signed are probably roughly worth $3,000, to $5,000 dollars, depending on the shoe.
(without tax) all they Harry Potter books $13.00-$15.00
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Anywhere between £3.99 and £5.99
A lot less than what they are sold for lol