United States Scout Stamp
Trinkets for $ale
Keith Larson

The United States Postal Service (USPS) and private businesses create many philatelic-related products.  These include jewelry, stationary, writing instruments, and clothing.  Several of the Boy and Girl Scout stamps have been used in the past for decoration on these products.

This brass key chain encases a 1960 mint postage stamp.  The key chain was made by Brasssmith House by Antaya, Worcester, Mass.

Boy Scout Chain

This 3 cent Boy Scouts of America stamp lapel pin is a replica of the stamp issued by the U.S. Post Office.  It was sold by Jayne Co., Santa Monica, CA and manufactured in Taiwan.

1950 Pin

This 4 cent Boy Scouts of America stamp lapel pin is a replica of the stamp issued by the U.S. Post Office.  It was sold at the 1989 U.S. National Jamboree.

1960 Pin

1987 Patch

This Girl Scout 22 cent lapel pin is a replica of the stamp issued from the Post Office.  It was sold by Jayne Co., Santa Monica, CA and manufactured in Taiwan.

1987 Pin

This Postal Patch and Pin Set were offered by the United States Post Office at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia during the BSA 2001 National Jamboree.

1998 Patch
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