Is this real US Field Ration D from WWII?

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Is this real US Field Ration D from WWII?

Postby Stilgarius » Thu Nov 16, 2017 6:39 pm

I just found something like this on sale, is this real WWII Logan Bar? I dont know literally anything about old rations, that's my first time encounter with something like this for sale.

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Re: Is this real US Field Ration D from WWII?

Postby Eistee » Thu Nov 16, 2017 8:11 pm

Looks legit to me but you might wanna wait for the experts to reply, like Steve or kration

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Re: Is this real US Field Ration D from WWII?

Postby steve1989 » Thu Nov 16, 2017 11:05 pm

I have seen that D ration bar and am not sure if it is authentic. I have never heard of that company before and did digging around - could not find anything.
Saw this bar being sold for $75. Held off on it because it just didn't feel right on authenticity.

I have gathered that D Ration bars were produced by Hershey's, the Cuneo Press, Peter Cailler Swiss Chocolate Company, the Bloomer Chocolate Company, Shellmar Products, Charles A. Brewer & Sons, Wrigleys & also Cracker Jack.

Early D Ration bars were aluminum foil wrapped and some paper wrapped from what I have found. Later when aluminum became a scarce resource during WW2 and the use of chemical weapons were a high risk, waterproof cellophane and wax coated boxes were used.
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