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ID help please "Uncle Sam's Fighters"

April 20 2008 at 7:16 PM
Richard L.  (Login nsaddict)

Posted this nearly a year ago, without success. Hoping someone can provide info. Card measures 1.75 x 3.50 on thinner stock by the American Biscuit Co. from San Francisco Cal. I believe they merged with National Biscuit and later became Nabisco. Does it have an ACC#?


This message has been edited by nsaddict on Apr 20, 2008 7:34 PM

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Todd Riley

Re: ID help please "Uncle Sam's Fighters"

April 20 2008, 8:20 PM 

Cool card Richard! Wouldn't that be considered an "F" card since it looks like it came with crackers? I didn't see any mention of it in the ACC. It reminds me of a lot of the early bread cards issued around the same time.

Is the back from a different card? Can you give me a list of the different titles you have and I'll put them in the database?

Gary May
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A recent pickup..........

February 27 2012, 2:44 PM 

Boatswain's Mate, First Class, US Navy
Looks like that makes 3 so far...

Boatswain's Mate, First Class, U.S. Navy
Drum Major....(as back above)
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Cavalry
37 to go!


Tom Boblitt
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February 27 2012, 4:41 PM 

Great card researching a lot of the E cards, I found a BUNCH of West Coast stuff that's sorely lacking representation in the ACC. I think it's just that Burdick's contacts were so heavily concentrated East of the Mississippi that his detail for stuff in the Seattle/San Fran/LA area wasn't the best. Really cool set. The Capital Cracker 1912(ish) Athlete's set comes to mind.............


Tom Boblitt
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From ebay...........

February 27 2012, 4:46 PM 

A recently closed auction..........

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