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  • pamela cole

    S H Green Stamps and Blue Chip Stamps, gas stations and markets gave these out and my mom saved them.

  • Betty Rule

    When I was first married this was how I bought my furniture, a round glass table

  • Vikki Martinus

    Green Stamps got some cool stuff with these

  • Betty Hall

    Green stamps!! and Blue Chip Stamps... I remember of my mom collecting them and redeeming them for wonderful things like irons and toys and other neat stuff.

  • Nicole Snell

    Used to redeem these with my Baba! Love this childhood memory.

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S & H Green Stamp Books. ONLY 1200 stamps fill this book? Lots of licking and glue ingestion.

trading stamps... gold bond anf S&H; green stamps

I loved going to the redemption center with my mom and trying to convince her to buy me things with her books of stamps. We also had Gold Bell Gift Stamps at our local stores.

We had a blue one that we took to the beach, filled with Kool Aid - it's still around!

This minty vin­tage spec­i­men was dis­cov­ered and pho­tographed by Bravo Six Niner Delta in March 2011. The stamps are from the late 1960s and were found in in Englewood, Tennessee — great find.

I loved it when I would get to lick the green stamps and put them in their little books.

Before there were computers, books were checked out this way.

Twirly stools! And there was my dad or mom saying "sit still....stop it...stop...." hehehe

Green Stamps you earned them from your grocery store....my Mom used to collect them and cash them in for merchandise after she accumulated so many. I remember her having a paper grocery bag full and books in it as well that were already filled up. Back then it was really something

Vintage hard plastic chick in egg. Makes a noise when opened!

Remember the library "check out" card? If you've even been IN a library lately - it's all scanned. But - really - doesn't everyone do this via Kindle now?

On our kitchen wall when I was growing up in the 60's.