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REMEMBER THESE?

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REMEMBER THESE?

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Rewards catalog,1965

S&H Green Stamps were trading stamps popular in the from the
1930s until the late 1980s. They were distributed as part of a
rewards program operated by the Sperry & Hutchinson company
(S&H), founded in 1896 by
Thomas Sperry and Shelley Byron
Hutchinson
.

Customers would receive stamps at the checkout counter of many
supermarkets,
department stores, and gasoline stations among
other retailers, which could be redeemed for numerous products
in the
catalog (above).


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A Green Stamp Redemption Center.

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REMEMBER THE TWILIGHT ZONE COMICS?

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MAY 1976 (#70)

Gold Key Comics published a long-running Twilight Zone comic that featured
the likeness of Rod Serling introducing both original stories and occasional
adaptations of episodes. The comic outlived the television series by nearly
20 years and Serling by nearly a decade. A later revival of Twilight Zone
comics was published by Now Comics, spinning off of the 1980s revival of
the show.

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REMEMBER THESE?


Nostalgic Registration Card Holder for Steering Column


A Registration Holder for the vehicle Sun Visor.

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REMEMBER THESE TELEVISION SETS?

 
                 Early 50’s HOFFMAN “EASY-VISION” TELEVISION.

Hoffman Radio (also Hoffman Electronics) was founded just after World War-II,
in 1946.  They were located in Los Angeles, California.  Initially the firm made
small tabletop radios, but got into television manufacturing in 1948, and stayed
in the TV business until 1977. Hoffman remains in business today as Hoffman
Video Systems.

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