MPCS may stand for Microcapillary Protein Crystallization System or the Minnesota Prairie Chicken Society. It can also mean Ministry of Prisons and Correctional Services in Namibia.
Asked in World War 2
How much is World War 2 military currency worth?
Its collectible but its value depends on several factors. What nation is it from? American MPCs have a good market. They were issued in different series, and some series and denominations are more desirable than others. ...
Asked in Militaria
What is the value of military payment certificate series 541?
Series 541 MPCs are worth about $5 on average. However, some of this specific type of certificate are actually worth a few hundred dollars or more. Some of the certificates in this series are pretty rare. ...
Asked in Militaria
What is the value of a Military Payment Certificate 5 cents Series 641 J07636228J 31?
According to antiquemoney.com, the series 641 5 cent MPCs (Military Payment Certificates) are common, and are worth anywhere from one to five dollars, depending on the condition of the certificate. ...
Is it possible to use crushed sand in place of river sand for plastering a building?
Yes. You can try this liquid 'Master Plaster MPCS 101' manufactured by Razon Engineering Company in your crushed sand /manufactured sand - cement mortar. If you contact them they will assist you with all the information and the product you will need. ...
Asked in Coins and Paper Money
Military payment certificate series 521?
Military payment certificates, or MPC, was a form of currency used to pay U.S. military personnel in certain foreign countries. It was used in one area or another from a few months after the end of World War II until a few months after the end of U.S. participation in the Vietnam War - from 1946 until 1973. MPC utilized layers of linelithography to create colorful banknotes that could be produced cheaply. Fifteen series of MPCs were created. However, only 13 series...
Asked in Cattle Breeds
What is the black cow with a white stripe around the middle?
There are three breeds that have this type of colouration: Belted Galloways Bue Lingos Dutch Belted Mini Panda Cattle (very rare breed) Lakenvelder It isn't only the cows that carry this marking, so do the bulls, heifers, steers and calves. BG's and BL's can be also be red, brown, or buckskin coloured with the white belt around the middle. MPCs can also have a recessive red gene that occurs occasionally. ...
Asked in World War 2, Vintage Slang
What was some Other world war 2 army slang?
SNAFU - "Situation Normal, All 'Fouled' Up" (that's the nice, sanitized version you could tell mom). FUBAR - " 'Fouled' Up Beyond All Repair". (Likewise). SOS - "sh*t on a shingle", chipped beef in gravy on toast. "Ruptured duck" - anything taking off fast took off like one. When they got home the guys were given an Honorable Discharge lapel pin, which depicted an ungainly eagle in awkward flight, and which they called their "ruptured duck". "In like Flynn" - popular movie star...