War Ration Book Value?

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For those who have a war ration book, the value of that book may be less than you think. Though they are historically important because they depict the rationing that occurred during the Second World War, they are not considered uncommon. As a result, they may be worth $10 or more, depending on their condition. Ration books were used as a way of giving families limitations on the items they were able to buy during the war, based on what they were rationed by the government.
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Sixpence.
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They are valued at anywhere between $5 and $35 on eBay.
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If you are asking about rationing in the U.S., coupon books were issued based on the number of people in the family. One was allowed to purchase set amounts of gasoline, sugar, tires
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Fourteen years of food rationing in Britain ended at midnight on 4 July 1954. thx.
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