later it shot up to 100, and did not change again until exactly three years later, 1946, whereupon it reverted to 33 1/3, which by contrast, now appeared to be a good deal! Yes, but if the Tax is to be increased again, one could await the next delivery of stamps with the new code and use them on the previously acquired stock, thus making a little bit extra on returns! However, this, in many cases, could be as low as 5 of the order. If you find this bizarre, a Wireless (Radio if you prefer) had a combination of two rates of Tax. Thus, to accumulate just one of each example might take you a little time! Basically, it is the same adage as applies since the conception of taxes.
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After all, what shopkeeper would want to knowingly make a profit on the governments tax? The utilized tax code letter was also stamped within the needles run-off area, If you own records on the Brunswick, Decca and Rex labels from this period, one should be able to observe the printed word Tax., should five per cent appear too small,. Tax Stamps were for returns; how many Tax Code stamps have you ever found? Thank you one and all! And we know that all types of furniture are a necessity! Long Playing records (LPs) were not launched onto the market until 1948, although the first release of such in the United Kingdom was 1950. The government set themselves up in an embarrassing scenario by deciding to leverage varying percentages of Purchase Tax, deemed on what they would decide was more important to the good of the country. If you can't lick 'em, beat the system? Welcome, with reference to the beatlesdna page on this site, I note by the number of results Google now comes up with, that the useful information that I first provided in 2001 regarding this subject is now widely used and"d, and is recognised. Hey, maybe we should all thank the government for the current paltry 20 vat levy? This is charted further down this page.
One wonders the importance of silk, lace, and cosmetics. Now, 78rpm discs from this period are on the whole disregarded and worst of all, discarded!