The Coca- Cola Company introduced "The World of Nature" program using trade cards in 1929 and produced them until 1933. The cards were part of the visual education method of teaching and were produced by Ernest R. Crandall, the acknowledged expert in that field. In addition to the illustration, each card had a brief description and interesting facts to stimulate memory and retention. One of the advertising elements in support of the cards noted that the program had been fully endorsed by the Boy Scouts of America. The series contained eight subjects of twelve cards each for a total of 96 cards.
We have to offer cards #8 The Hen,#9 The Pigeon,and #10 The Rabbit from Series 2. The backs are blank.
The cards are blank on the back.