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During WWII, Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil was rationed, as the foil was needed on the front, as well as for metal for various supplies.  However, after the war, Reynolds Wrap used the surplus aluminium to make their foil once again!  From the Ladies Home Journal, July 1951 (scanned by WeirdVintage, source on foil repurposing here)

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