F-Cards (Food) / J-Cards (Soda) / K-Cards (Coffee)

Introduction

1939 Timaru Milling Century of Progress Boxing Joe LouisF-Cards represent issues from various food companies. These are mostly later issues that came out after companies discovered the fascination of collectors with candy and tobacco products.

Several issues are not traditional cards, either. The Dixie Lids baseball cards, for example, are actually the lids/tops of ice cream products. The Kellogg’s Pep Stamps are miniature, perforated pictures. The Wheaties Panels are actually the oversized pictures on old Wheaties boxes. Despite that, many of these products have become collectible over the years.

F-Cards come in all shapes and sizes. One unique issue is the 1932 Astra/Sanella set, which was a German multi-sport issue. It covers numerous sports, is larger in size than most issues, and was printed on thin stock for two brands of margarine.

Some beverages held a separate designation in the American Card Catalog. Others in this section include J-Cards (Soda) and K-Cards (Coffee) as well as any other types of beverage items not elsewhere classified.

Listed below are pre-war food, soda, and coffee cards that include boxing cards.

Sets

Max Schmeling 1932 Sanella Boxing
1932 Astra Margarine
1936 Cafes Gilbert Wrestling
1936 Cafes Gilbert
Len Harvey 1932 De Beukelaer Boxing
1932 De Beukelaer Biscuits
Sports
1927/1928 Echte Wagner
Margarine
Tunney Fro Joy
1927 Fro-Joy Champions
(F52)
F273 Kellogg Pep Stamps
1937 Kellogg’s Pep
Sports Stamps (F273)
1920 Nestle Boxing
1920s Nestle Sports Stamps
1936 Nestle Sport Stamps Tennis
1930s Nestle Sports Stamps
1927 Palmin
Dempsey vs. Tunney
1930 Palmin Youth Sayings Boxing
1930 Palmin
Six Sayings for the Youth
Jack Dempsey 1927 Rich's Sportsfolk Boxing
1927 Rich’s Sportsfolk
Max Schmeling 1932 Sanella Boxing
1932 Sanella Margarine
1939 Timaru Milling Century of Progress Boxing Joe Louis
1939 Timaru Milling
Century of Progress
1936 Train with Me on
Rippled Wheat
Wheaties Skippy Baseball
1933 Wheaties Skippy
(F272-23)

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