The ration coupons were likely made during the 1970s and bear no resemblance to any surviving examples of real or official ration coupons printed and issued during the Spanish Civil War.
Coupons for "vale de dos, cinco, diez, quince, veinte, veinticinco, treinta, cuarenta, cuarentacinco, cincuenta céntimos"
Recto: Image related to Don Quixote. Verso: perforated and divided into ten small ration coupons.
Sheet No.78: Image of Don Quixote astride his horse, preceded by an armed Sancho Panza. Signed at bottom left by the artist(?), “Apodaca del Río”. Verso features coupons valued at ten céntimos at La Casa del Pueblo in Tarancón (Cuenca), 1936.
Don Quixote in full armor holds his sword aloft in his right hand as he rides a brown horse towards the right, following a smartly dressed Sancho Panza on foot who holds both a sword in his left hand and a lance with his right. Signed at bottom left by “Apodaca del Río.”
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Supposed ration coupon posters issued during the Spanish Civil War and the early 1940s
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Digitized from Item 78, Supposed ration coupon posters issued during the Spanish Civil War and the early 1940s (HC385 .S87 1936), Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, The Ohio State University Libraries.