D-cards represent cards from various types of bread/baking companies. These were usually packed in loaves of bread or other baking-related items.
Most issues were relatively standard, but some unique D-cards do exist.
Most bread issues are relatively scarce by comparison to other more common candy and tobacco cards. These were almost certainly printed in much smaller quantities and practically every bread issue is a somewhat difficult one to find. Many baking issues, in fact, were offered for only a very limited amount of time — sometimes a week or less. That helps to explain the rarity surrounding most.
Like the other non-sports pages, this is not meant to be a full listing of non-sports issues in this category. Rather, it includes only some of the more popular ones listed in the American Card Catalog.
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