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    Rare 1951 Fischer's Bread Labels Near Set (22/32). These fragile paper labels once served as the seals for the wax paper wrap housing a loaf of baked bread. The fragile paper made creasing and loss an almost inevitability. Even mild handling can result in some damage. Offered is a rare selection of 22 of the 32 known subjects, some still have remnants of the wax paper wrap on the reverse. Technical grades do not reflect the quality as this is a clean and well surviving collection for this fragile issue. Includes: Graded - SGC 30 Good 2: 3 labels, Mize, Page and Sievers; SGC 20 Fair 1.5: 4 labels, Carrasquel, Kellner, Sain and Zernial; SGC 10 Poor 1: 5 labels, Bickford, Chambers, Hodges, Jansen and Schoendienst. Ungraded - Brecheen, Evers, Joost, Konstanty, Michaels, Noren, Parnell, Smalley, Wehmeier, and Westrum. Technically grades PR to GD.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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