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  • carole wilborn

    S & H Green Stamp Books. My mom collected these faithfully.

  • Debbie Larsen

    S & H Green Stamps.... still remember my mom collecting these and blue chip stamps & getting really cool stuff with them.

  • Amy Hedgpeth

    S & H Green Stamps.... I remember my Mom collected these and I glued them into the Saver Books. Fold a washcloth into quarters, run water over it and lay it on a plate. Then you could moisten a hole page of stamps at one time and paste them into the "saver books".

  • Rita Berning

    S & H Green Stamp Books. Childhood Memory of Mom. Loved helping fill the books.

  • Jill Greco

    S H Green Stamps.... still remember my mom collecting these and getting really cool stuff with them.

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