This section highlights labels issued to honor the Scouting Movement. "Cinderellas" is the nickname given to the stepchildren of stamp collecting, all those stamps and things that no one can find in Scott's catalog, and that no one knows what to do with.
The British coined the word to describe "labels that are not issued by a federal government for the purpose of paying postage." Many of these are privately printed or overprinted stamps by dealers, so they never had any postal value or use. However, the images are often very colorful. Details on Cinderella Scout Issues.
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