During World War II, the Kellogg's Company of Battle Creek, Michigan issued a series of 28 airplane Trading Cards
titled Model Warplane Series. These cards were issued as inserts packaged with Kellogg's Pep breakfast cereal.
There were four distinct subsets of 7 cards each. The cards were all diecut and designed to be punched out and
assembled to form “model” airplanes to be used for aircraft recognition purposes. The cards measured 5 Ă— 7 inches.
The American Card Catalog Number for the series is F273-18.

At Kellogg’s, we LOVE breakfast. To us it's so much more than just a meal. We passionately believe in the power
and promise that comes from eating the right breakfast. It's the first fuel for our bodies—nourishing us for today,
tomorrow and for life. For more than 100 years, we've been working to serve the world a better breakfast.
Whether it's through the creation of cereals such as Corn Flakes and Special K, or our more recent breakfast drinks,
we want everyone to have the advantage that can come from eating breakfast.