Scout Computer & Radio Stamps
Tony Manson and Keith Larson

USA 1987 #2251
United States of America
75th Anniversary, Girl Scouts, U.S.A
Issue Date: March 12, 1987
Note: This is the ONLY known Scout stamp with a computer association.  The Junior badge with the binary code [second from the top in the left row] is "Computer Fun."


New Zealand 1953 #B42 New Zealand 1953 #B43
New Zealand
Annual Health Issue
Issue Date: October 7, 1953
Note: These are two of the ONLY four Scout stamps using Morse Code.The Boy Scout stamp spells out the words "New Zealand Health" and the Girl Scout stamp spells out "Health" with dots and dashes in the border design.  The message is barely visible around the edge.  Boy Scouts did their National Good Turn by selling these semi-postal stamps door to door, turning the proceeds over to the Post Office.


Venezuela 1975 #1109-10
Venezuela
XIV World Jamboree
Issue Date: November 11, 1975
Note: These are two of the ONLY four Scout stamps using Morse Code.  Barely visible are the dots and dashes spelling out the Boy Scout Motto in Spanish "Siempre Listos."

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These Scout stamps are from the collections of
Larry Heverley, Dominique Limbos,
Tony Manson, and Alvin Cho.

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