the shopkeepers in world war 2 had to stamp the ration books to make sure that the person collecting the rations could not collect more.
They could only buy things with their ration cards. Each stamp in their ration book let them buy a certain amount of one item. For example, if they had a stamp for butter, they may only be allowed to get three ounces of butter that week. Each different ration stamp represented different items one could buy that week. If you used the ration books inappropriately, there were consequences for you...
A ration stamp is similar to that of a food stamp. A ration stamp (or card) was given to the people of a country by their government and could be exchanged for food. This was mainly used during wartimes when things like bread, sugar, and coffee are in short supply and must be evenly divided among a group of people.
the ration book stamp of hitler has a face of him and has some writing all about him
Go to this web page and bring up each book. example book 2 the stamps have a M on them ,that was for meat: http://www.scvs.com/stamp/exhib/ration/ Ration books were used in WW2. The government rationed food so we could feed our soldiers at war and feed civilians at the same time. Ration stamps came inside the book and had to be presented so you could actually buy rationed goods. Some goods were: canned foods, sugar, eggs, coffee, sugar, meats. Without a ration stamp, you could not buy rationed foods. There were very strict rules about exactly how to use them. Try searching "ration Books" , there are many sites which include more information.
Extra products that might be added to the ration listing. This provided some flexibility to add or remove certain items. Such as shoes, or tires.
It is a bookthatvyou got when the ration came out and you go down to the shop and you cangetconly one item of something and they stamp it.
A ration stamp or ration card is a stamp or card issued by a government to allow the holder to obtain food or other commodities that are in short supply during wartime or in other emergency situations. Ration stamps were widely used during World War II by both sides after hostilities caused interruption to the normal supply of goods. They were also used after the end of the War while the economies of the belligerents gradually returned to normal.
The stamp act required all documents to be on stamped paper and have a stamp, which had to be purchased. Passed in 1765.
The first US stamps were issued in 1847. The 5 cent stamp with Benjamin Franklin can be purchased used for $715. Unused the stamp can be purchased for $4,500.
Stamp style notary seals can be purchased from various places online for anything from $18 - $25. The stamps can be bought for anywhere in the world, the price will differ though.
it caused everyone to ration everything. most people would plant victory gardens and then buy goods in the store to send to troops. everyone had stamp books which they could buy things in the store. there was a limit to everything.
During World War II, many supplies that we take for granted were in very short supply, mostly because they were needed by the military. Gasoline, tires, butter, and many other goods were not readily available. As a means of promoting "fairness" in the distribution of scarce supplies, a ration card system was imposed. Thus, ration cards are cards or stamps that allowed the government to ration out food and supplies to that card or stamp holder when they were in short supply.
The Stamp Act required that all printed paper used in the colonies bear a tax stamp purchased from the government.
Scott Number C76 Airmail stamp pictures the Apollo 11 Eagle module on the moon. This 10c stamp was issued in 1969. It can be purchased used for 40 cents and can be purchased for 65 cents in mint condition.
HDS is a stamp for Helzberg Diamond Shops. The ring was purchased from the store Helzberg Diamonds.
In 2007 it cost $0.41 to purchase a first class stamp. The Forever Stamp was first introduced in 2007. It is a stamp that once purchased can be used forever.
Depends what country you are from. this is a world wide site, you could be asking this question anywhere in the world.
An unused 3 cent stamp can be used for postage at 3 cents. Used these are mostly of minimal value, not likely to be purchased by a dealer in small quantities and can be purchased for about 15 cents. Mint will vary depending upon the actual stamp, but most can be purchased for under 50 cents. You would have to use a stamp catalog to identify the stamp for the specific value. And purchase price is 3 to 4 times what a dealer would pay for a stamp.
You will have to identify the specific stamp from 1960. Use a stamp catalog to assist, in general the value will be low and most can be purchased for less than a dollar.
Because of the great amount of food that had to be alloted to U.S. servicemen in this country and overseas during World War Two (Over 16 million) -- and the food that had to be sent to our allies -- there was a shortage of many types of food here in this country. Those types of foods then had to be rationed -- there were only varying amounts available at any given time. The only way to make sure that every American citizen was able to buy their fair share of the rationed foods was by coupons. A family or a person would periodically be alloted a book of coupons (called Ration Stamps).I can't remember how often the ration stamp books were distributed -- maybe once a month When people went to the store to buy food thay would have to redeem the ration stamps for (only)those foods considered in short supply. The greater amount of the shortage type foods purchased -- the more stamps you had to turn in. You could spend all your ration stamps right away or parcel them out over a period of time. When they were gone -- they were gone. You didn't get any more until you got your next book of ration stamps. vcs
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.
Not very 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.