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Ration card - Clothing ration card

From the Collection of Greensborough Historical Society 34 Glenauburn Road Lower Plenty Victoria

Printed in red on white, comprising 56 coupons
8 x 16 cm
Object Registration
rationing, black family, harold fraser
Historical information
Rationing of food, clothing and many other consumables was introduced during World War 2 in Australia. Each adult received 112 coupons per annum for clothing from 12 June 1942. Rationing of clothing was abolished 6 years later. This card would have represented 6 months of coupons.
When Made
Made By
Commonwealth of Australia. Deputy Director of rationing
Inscriptions & Markings
Issued to H. J. Black, Bundoora
Last updated
10 Jun 2017 at 5:51PM