Regular price $39.00
Type: Print On Demand Image
Collections: Archive Photography, Classic Photography, Figurative, Mirrorpix, Photographic Styles, Photography,
About this artwork
When World War II broke out, the UK government launched a food rationing system. The aim was to make sure everyone got their fair share during a period of nationwide scarcity. Even though the war came to a close in 1945, some items remained rationed until 1954. The image of a traveling butcher stopping by a town in Glasgow is from 1955. This was the year folks could finally buy meat without any limitations.
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