Many were specifically labelled with the commodity it was for. Others were spares, or were designated for certain goods when available. Other items were redeemable at will for goods that someone didn't need on a regular basis, such as shoes, or tires.
Some of the items would be announced on a weekly basis through radio and newspapers, P28 can be used for sugar this week, or gasoline or meat or whatever was appropriate.
Lady Liberty holds the torch in her right hand.
The statue of liberty holds a torch but not a flash light torch just an olden day torch
The torch held by the Statue of Liberty is the symbol of enlightenment. It is said that the torch lights the way to liberty for those entering the United States.
the statue of Liberty is holding the torch in her right hand.
Miss Liberty holds her torch in her right hand
The torch in the hand of the statue of Liberty is in the right hand.
On the statue of liberty, Miss Liberty is carrying the torch in her right hand.
The torch on the statue of liberty is about 30 feet. It has never really been measured
The torch is a symbol of enlightenment. The Statue of Liberty's torch lights the way to freedom showing us the path to Liberty.
It represents freedom and liberty. It also signifies light.
The torch is in the left hand.
The Statue of Liberty carries a torch in her right hand.
The Statue of Liberty is holding the torch in her right hand.
Miss liberty is holding a torch in her right hand. The torch is the symbol of enlightenment. To light the path to liberty.
because it is the sign of liberty
walk up the Statue of Liberty to the torch with a latter and change them
its a torch
The statue of liberty's torch represents freedom
no as the torch is still there today
The torch is constructed of copper and wrought iron.
The statue of liberty
The Statue of Liberty.