This OLD postcard is postally used. This is a salesman advance card printed on a U. S. government postal card. NOTE INFO FOUND ON THE WEB: Fat Emma: The Pendergast Candy Company in Minneapolis introduced this candy bar. It was introduced in the early 1920’s. This bar had a nougat center. They planned to call it the Emma bar. It was called Fat Emma because the bar was twice as thick as what they expected. The makers accidentally put too much egg white in the mixture therefore they called it the Fat Emma. Later, Frank Mar copied the idea to create the Milky Way Bar. Fat Emma was the first candy bar to use a nougat in the center.NOTE Will be shipped to you FREE STANDARD SHIPPING which means using FIRST CLASS MAIL coming with stiffener cardboard, item is placed in a plastic sleeve. Envelope is then marked DO NOT BEND so USPS will hand stamp. NOW, if you prefer you may PICK USPS FIRST CLASS PACKAGE SHIPPING which means will come in a cardboard box and be eligible for DELIVERY CONFIRMATION there IS a $2.00 cahrge for this shipping option .
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