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  • Benjamin Lynch

    I remember #Electronic #Electronic Toys

  • Teresa Anderson

    Trading stamps. A little like "loyalty cards" are now. Shop at "participating retailers". Get stamps for buying stuff like groceries, gas, etc.. save up your stamps and trade them in for things like lamps, vases, electric toasters; etc...at the S&H trade store. My mom wouldn't shop anywhere that didn't give out S & H Green Stamps

  • Judy Clark

    S H Green stamps ... (Sperry Hutchinson)

  • Liz Gee

    Gift stamps! I still have my GE electric steam iron with teflon ironing surface I got from S Green Stamps!

  • Angela Smith

    My mom collected these

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