1909-10 D380 Clement Brothers Bread Set and Checklist

‘It’s In The Details’

Title D380 Clement Brothers Bread
Year 1909-10
Size 1 1/2″ x 2 3/4″
Images Black and White
Type Bakery
Number in Set
32

D380 Clement Brothers Bread Overview

D380 Clement BackD380 Alpermann.jpgD380 Clement Brothers BreadPrinted in 1909 and 1910, the Clement Brothers set is a black and white issue featuring both minor league and major league baseball players. Two different types of designs are featured, although they are similar.

One type displays a player image in an oval while the other is in a rectangular shape. Both have the player’s name, position, and team printed at the bottom and both have the same advertisement on the back. Players with the oval picture are minor leaguers from Rochester and players with the rectangular frame are both major and minor leaguers. All minor leaguers were from the local Rochester team.

One interesting thing is that images included a mix of lithographic artwork and actual photographs. The Type 1 cards with the oval-shaped Rochester minor leaguers utilized actual photographs as did the Rochester cards with the rectangular frame in Type 2. Some of the major league player images will look familiar to many pre-war collectors as they were the same ones used in other issues, such as American Caramel’s E90-1 set.

The backs state that one card is included in each loaf of Clement Brothers bread. Backs also included a brief advertisement for Clement’s Pies, calling them, ‘Like Mother’s’, and stating that there were 22 different types available. In addition, as was printed on the back, Clement Brothers was located in Rochester, NY and featured Rochester players.

For a small issue, there were many big names included, such as Hall of Famers Ty Cobb and Addie Joss.

D380 Clement Brothers Bread Checklist

The checklist for the known cards in the set is listed below. Cards in italics are the minor league players in Type 1. You can see pictures of the cards here.

  1. Alperman
  2. Anderson
  3. Bailey
  4. Batch
  5. Bender
  6. Blair
  7. Butler
  8. Chase
  9. Cobb
  10. Collins
  11. Hartzell
  12. Holly
  13. Holmes
  14. Howell
  15. Joss
  16. Krause
  17. Lagoe
  18. McConnell
  19. McConnell
  20. Mullin
  21. Osborn
  22. Osborn
  23. Pattee
  24. Pattee
  25. Ragan
  26. Stanage
  27. Stone
  28. Summers
  29. Sweeney
  30. Tinker
  31. Tooley
  32. Zimmerman

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