World War II Ration Book No 3 or 4, 1943 Stamps Historic Memorabilia, w/stamps, one book only. PaintedLadyAntiques. 5 out of 5 stars. (950) $12.98. Favorite. Add to Home Page > Ration Book Search War Ration Book No. 3. Office of Price Administration Front. Warning. This book is the property of the United States Government. It is unlawful to sell it to any other person, or to use it or permit anyone else to use it, except to obtain rationed goods in accordance with regulations of the Office of Price Administration War Ration Book No. 3 [United States Of America Office Of Price Administration, contains war ration stamps in two separate booklets in leather pouch] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. War Ration Book No. 3 War Ration Book No. 3 Pamphlet - January 1, 1943. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number
. They are needed to make munitions for our fighting men. Cooperate wi th your local Salvage Committee. '* U. I. GOVERNMENT I'IIIHTlN' OICE, lUI lG-3667G- WWII War Ration Book No. 3. One type of war ration book issued during WWII. This one was issued to Robert R. Church. The University of Tennessee Libraries (Knoxville, Tennessee) is the digital publisher. Church, Robert Reed, 1885-1952. Consumer rationing. Economic aspects of war. Scarcity. African-Americans
All stamps used on the point system. Blue stamps for processed foods. Stamps lettered A,B,C were to be used only during Mar. 1943. Stamps D,E and F only used between Mar. 25-Apr. 30, 1943. Red stamps for meats and fats. Background paper contains stylized Great Seal and the phrase U.S. Governm.. Old ration books from a financial point of view have very little value, however from a social history point of view, they are priceless. Without the issue of them to ensure that what food was available was distributed fairly, many people would wit.. War ration book one. Creator: United States. Office of Price Administration. Description: Issued to the public May 4-May 7, 1942. Of the 180,000,000 printed, 123,000,000 were issued. Initially used to ration sugar, coupons were later designated for other products. Stamps #1-4 - designated for sugar Rationing during WW2: See war ration books, ration stamps, gas stamps, sugar coupons & more from the '40s Categories: 1940s , American War history , Vintage food & drink , Vintage money & work Note: This article may feature affiliate links, and purchases made may earn us a commission at no extra cost to you 1.) USE THIS RATION BOOK. You may use one or all of your family's ration book when you shop. You may not shop with loose ration stamps. 2.) USE BLUE STAMPS ONLY. All blue point stamps marked A, B, and C are good during the first ration period. They add up to 48 points for each member of the family. 3.) THE NUMBERS SHOW POINTS
Collection consists of ration coupons, stickers, permits, and certificates for tires, bicycles, typewriters, sugar, shoes, fuel oil, gasoline, and food which were issued by the Office of Price Administration between 1942-1946. There are duplicates for a few items Old Military WWII World War 2 War Ration Book No. 3 Stamps Office of Price Admin. Pre-Owned. C $26.54. or Best Offer +C $24.62 shipping estimate. from United States. S 9 O F K A 0 p o S X n 6 s L K o r e d. Group of WW2 War Ration Books and other items Ames Iowa . Pre-Owned. C $75.29. or Best Offer Q -- I have two objects in my possession that I would like to know more about. The first is a War Ration Book No. 3 with the stamps intact. I was 9 when the book was issued War Ration Book No. 3. Welcomed to Crazy Marios. Everything in pictures is accurate and what you get. We are not collectors experts like that, so you mite get a good deal. This is part of a large buy we got recently. We set up at flea markets and buy people's collections we get called on. We do not know anything about coins or currency
War Ration Book One (2 copies) 1: 2: War Ration Book Two (2 copies) 1: 2: War Ration Book , No. 3 (2 copies) 1: 2: War Ration Book Five (2 copies) 1: 3: Food Ration Certificates (2 copies in 3 parts) 1: 3: Sugar Purchase Certificate (2 copies, 3-part carbon form) 1: 3: Sugar Allowance Coupon, 1 Pound (2 copies) 1: 3: Sugar Allowance Coupon, 3. Ration Board No.C-3 began functioning at the end of January 1943 with J. M. Nicholson in charge. He was referred to as a retired businessman who contributes his services purely as a part of his war effort. The office opened just before the second ration book was issued. This time the books were to be given out via distribution centres With the pending capitulation of Japan, the printing of ration books for 1946 was halted by the OPA on August 13, 1945. It was thought that even if Japan does not fold now, the war will certainly be over before the books can be used. On August 15, 1945, World War II gas rationing was ended on the West Coast of the United States A person may be included in only one application for War Ration Book No. 3. The following may not apply or be included in any application for War Ration Book No. 3: Persons in the armed services, whether or not eating in organized messes, including Army, Navy, Marines, Coas
The Austrian-American free market economist Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) left Switzerland for the United States in August 1940. During the war years he wrote a number of books which criticised government intervention and control of the economy, especially price controls, rationing, policies of economic autarchy, the diversion of labor and other resources to war production, and the financing of. 1 negative : safety ; 4 x 5 inches or smaller File:War Ration Book No. 3, World War II, Office of Price Administration, United States of America - Old Colony History Museum - Taunton, Massachusetts - DSC03940.jpg From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repositor Frank A. Freeman's War Ration Book No. 3. Book filled with ration stamps. Format PDF Date 1943-00-00 Date Range 1940-1949 Language English Location unknown Types / Genre Document Collection Jessica Dixon and Frank Freeman Collection Creator United States of America Office of Price Administration Publishers U. S. Government Printing Office Sourc The value of a War Ration Book 3 is usually somewhere between $1 and $10 depending on condition. Specialized private collectors may pay a little more for unused books in mint condition
16 War Ration Book-book 1 2, Book 2 6 Book 3 5 Book 4 3 Some With Stamps United States Of - $50.00 United States Of America War Ration Book No. 3 - 749227 Al W/141 Stamp WASHINGTON, April 19 -- War Ration Book No. 3, due for issuance to consumers in midsummer, will provide the Office of Price Administration at last with an all-purpose ration book sufficiently.
Every American was issued a series of ration books during the war. The ration books contained removable stamps good for certain rationed items, like sugar, meat, cooking oil, and canned goods. A person could not buy a rationed item without also giving the grocer the right ration stamp. Once a person's ration stamps were used up for a month. Why War Ration Book No. 1?  Rationing Information [194?] Ration Calendar [194?] New Point Ration Chart  Prunes, Raisins to be Rationed, Starts Sunday  Ration Book No. 3 Delivery  Call for Ration Book Registrars  Ration Book 4 Green Series to be Valid Nov. 1  Your Ration Deadline  Ration Roundup [1944 Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for War Ration Book No 3 &4 6 PCS. DRAFT CARD, MILEAGE RATION BOOK NY 1943, WWll at the best online prices at eBay Ration book application signed by Beatrice Clementine Blewett in Alexandria, Louisiana. The note on the bottom right corner says This application must be mailed between June 1 and June 10, 1943. After June 10th, applications will not be accepted before August 1. Affix postage before mailing U.S. WAR RATION BOOK No. 3 WITH STAMPS IN ORIGINAL FOLDER. View Item in Catalog Lot #28 . Sold for: $16.00 to p****b Tax, Shipping & Handling and Internet Premium not included. See Auction Information for full details. Payment Type: Payment Type: Please Add / Select Card.
War Ration Books for Sale: Browse TODAY's SELECTED War Ration Books for SALE, BEST OFFER and Auction. FIND 1000's of Antiques, Art, Vintage & RARE Collectors' items offered for sale by antique centres, dealers and collectors. Plus War Ration Books Appraisals, FREE Sales Advice, FREE Price Guide, Sale Prices, Values, Wish list and more.. I have had 3 of the fighter plan ration stamps from the War Ration Book#3 since 9th grade. They were found in a dictionary I purchased for school. I am now 62. I just discovered today what their official name was. They aren't worth anything - but I hate throwing them away. Marsha February 22, 2010 at 4:12 P This is a World War II ration book that was issued 1943-09-18 to Jessie Cofer of Parke County, Indiana. Ration stamps are still inside the book. It was obtained at the Parke County War Price and Rationing Board whose office was at 116 West Ohio Street in Rockville, Indiana Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for RARE AMERICAN 1940'S WAR RATION BOOK NO. 3 PARTIAL CONTENTS/COUPONS at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products
Vintage Rare Red Point Opa Office Of Price Admin Ration Coin. $4.00. Vintage 25 Opa Red Point Tokens War Ration Book No. 3 Identification Stub 68663 . Vintage 25 Opa Red Point Tokens War Ration Book No. 3 Identification Stub 68663 . $60.74. Opa 1 Red Point Token - Nice Collectible Ww Ii Era Item - 138502 [War ration books of Price family] - Numerous books issued to the Price family of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Virginia Eva Price along with her son, Yancy Dalton Price, and daughter, Eva Mae Price, lived at 622 High Street. Includes carrying case, Book One (3), Book Two (3), Book No. 3 (3), and Book Four (2), printed in 1942-1943. 12 x 15.5 cm.
The Austrian-American free market economist Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) left Switzerland for the United States in August 1940. During the war years he wrote a number of books which criticised government intervention and control of the economy, especially price controls, rationing, policies of economic autarchy, the diversion of labor and other resources to war production, and the financing of. The Brian E. and Larry E. Doughty War Ration books include two World War II ration booklets with ration coupons. The booklets are dated 1943 and were issued by the United States Office of Price Administration. Both booklets are named as War Ration Book No. 3. One booklet is numbered 463117 and issued to Brian E. Doughty, age 2 years, and the. Four different series of war ration books were issued. In 1942, five months after (December 8, 1941) the United States entered the Second World War, Book One series were issued. In January 1943, Book Two series were issued. Book Three series were issued in October of 1943. And Book Four series were issued towards the end of 1943 Item 5: War Ration Book One Undated Item 6: War Ration Book Two Undated Item 7: War Ration Book Three Undated Item 8: War Ration Book Five Undated Mileage Ration Coupons, Undated Box1, Folder4 Container(s) Description Dates Box Folder 1 4 Item 1: Mileage Certificate Undated World War II Rationing Stamps Program, 1943-194
3 - Stamps become valid for use only when and as directed by the Orders of the Office of Price Administration. 4 - Unless otherwise announced, the Ration Week is from Saturday midnight to the following Saturday midnight. 5 - War Ration stamps may be used in any retail store in the United States. 6 - War Ration Stamps may be used only by or for. WWII war ration book owned by Virginia Ousley, grandmother of donor John Haywood. Ration books contained removable stamps good for certain rationed items, like sugar, meat, cooking oil, and canned goods. Instructions for use of stamps are on back cover. Creator United States Office Of Price Administration (produced by) Digital Format still/jpeg. Use this ration book, How to Shop With Ration Book Two - OAC - bk0007t0n59 (cropped).jpg 392 × 309; 68 KB. War Ration Book No. 3, World War II, Office of Price Administration, United States of America - Old Colony History Museum - Taunton, Massachusetts - DSC03940.jp WWII War Ration Book Four - United States of America Office of Price Administration - Ration Stamps - printed in 1943. SilverliningByTravis. 5 out of 5 stars. (2,580) $64.00 FREE shipping. Add to Favorites Ration Applications May Be Mailed Now For New War Book No. 3, OPA Reports Although June 1 had been set as the date for mailing applications for War Ration Book 3, the Office of Price.
War Ration Book One WARNING Punishments ranging as high as Ten Years' Imprisonment or $10,000 Fine, or Both, may be imposed under United States Statutes for viola. by the Office of Price Administration. 3 In the event either of the departure from the United States of the per. son to whom this book is issued, or his or her death, the book. I have a World War II ration book and wonder if you could help me find out what the stamps were to be used for. It is War Ration Book No. 3. There is no date but my age at the time was 18 (September 1943-September 1944). There are pages of stamps about the size of postage stamps. There are four of each letter from A to Z. Each stamp in each set of letters has the number 1, 2, 5 or 8 According to Exhibit Hall, war ration stamps are only worth a few cents each, and entire books generally sell for between $3 and $5. Arizona Central states that some ration books with few missing stamps sell for $15 to $25 dollars in some cases. While war ration stamps are not rare, many people find this type of historical memorabilia interesting WAR RATION BOOK 2. All stamps were to be used on the point system. Blue stamps were used for processed foods, red stamps for meats and fats. Stamps A, B and C were to be used only during Mar. 1943. Stamps D, E and F were used between Mar. 25-Apr. 30, 1943. WAR RATION BOOK 3. Distributed May 20, 1943, the coupons were used for food and other.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. War Ration Book One. WARNING. 1 Punishments ranging as high as Ten Year's Imprisonment of $10,000 Fine, or Both, may be imposed under United States Statues for violations thereof arising out of infractions of Rationing Orders and Regulations.. 2 This book must not be transferred, It must be held and used only by or on behalf of the person to whom it has been issued. At auction, the two sets of ration books did not generate a lot of bids. Both groupings sold for around $15. One site on the web said individual books were worth no more than $10 each, most of them less. On eBay, a large lot of ration books, coupons and tokens sold for $71 (the highest price), and some individual books sold for as low as 99 cents Box 1 Folder k World War II Ration Books. Davenport, James Fleming, 435 West Fifth Street, Greenville, NC (5/6/1942) War Ration Book One; War Ration Book Two ; Application for War Ration Book No. 3 Postcard (5/1/1943). 3 item. 5 2 Thi. book returned to War Price Rationing Board. which it. if the person wbo.u 'it into Of country The of Board appear. above. 3 A who find. a War Ration Book return it WurTtice and Rationing Board which issued it. WOO. VIOLATE REGULATIONS ARE ro FINE OR No WWII Ration Books. CODES (3 days ago) Ration Book 3. Distributed May 20, 1943 the coupons used for food and other commodities. War ration book no. 3, valid September 1943, included 8 pages of stamps, four for meat rationing, and four for a clothing rationing program never put into effect. Some clothing stamps were eventually validated for shoe.
To assist with rationing, ration books were introduced on 15 July 1918 for butter, margarine, lard, meat and sugar. During the war, average calories intake decreased only three percent, but protein intake six percent. Food rationing appeared in Poland after the First World War, and ration stamps were in use until the end of the Polish-Soviet War Undoubtedly, enforcement of regulation skyrocketed higher than ever during the war. Despite its small numbers, the OPA dedicated itself to carrying out sanctions to violators of ration and price ceiling laws. The OPA enforced actions against 280,724 violators of rationing and price laws throughout the years of the war. [30 During World War II, ration books were distributed to families by the Office of Price Administration (OPA) to help regulate food shortages as a result of the war. Between 1942 - 1947, the government issued four different series of ration books. Each book required different identification and some were more detailed than others
This is the cover sheet for a ration book of fuel oil coupons, or stamps, issued to Caryll Crafts of South Deerfield, Massachusetts, by the South Deerfield Ration Board. It entitled him to purchase 80 gallons of fuel oil for the period October 1, 1943 to March 31, 1944. While Class 4 allowed an applicant to purchase more than 300 gallons for. 1943 World War II War Ration Book w/Stamps - US Office of Price Adminsitration. Winning bidder will receive the actual item that is pictured. We, here at Tudor Coins, buy only quality circulated and uncirculated coins and currency that we pass on to you knowing that the article is genuine War Ration Book No 3 : No 454/496BZ, issued to Ella S Harrison; unused book with validation stamp affixed; contains 8 pages, 2 types of stamps. W2:2: Postal Savings Plan for the Purchase of United States Defense Savings Bond