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Old 12-09-2017, 12:08 AM
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Plus,I think all the Clarks in that group had pencil marks on the back.
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Not all of them. This was one that I won.

But the real reason I'm resurrecting this thread is to ask if anyone knows about the Clark's Bread bakery itself -- location, years of operation, etc.

Does this suggest that Clark's and Holsum (of D327 fame) were the same (New Orleans-based) company? Or is it that "Holsum" and/or "Kleen Maid" were commonly used names for American bakeries to use in marketing their bread in the 20s and 30s?
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Not all of them. This was one that I won.

But the real reason I'm resurrecting this thread is to ask if anyone knows about the Clark's Bread bakery itself -- location, years of operation, etc.

Does this suggest that Clark's and Holsum (of D327 fame) were the same (New Orleans-based) company? Or is it that "Holsum" and/or "Kleen Maid" were commonly used names for American bakeries to use in marketing their bread in the 20s and 30s?
Gassler's had American Maid on them too.,.,.(previous collection) I have never seen a Kleen Maid....

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Here's another American-Maid Bread card:
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I found 7 of these Clark’s Bread cards in my collection recently. I sent them off to PSA to be graded. My grandma gave me the cards when I was a kid, more than 20 years ago. I have John McGraw, Red Faber, Sam Rice, Duffy Lewis, George Dauss, Charles Deal, and Pep Young.

Of the 7 cards, I think the George Dauss is probably in the best shape.
Let me know if you are interested. I’ll likely sell some of them when I get them back from PSA.

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Sounds like they are rare and you will do very well if you auction them off. Good luck.
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