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    These were put away for a rainy day...Vintage toilet paper

    I don't know what years these are but they have been sitting on a shelf for a long time



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    I believe the Scottissue is from 1958 or so...

    The Waldorf I think the late 70's

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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    I believe the Scottissue is from 1958 or so...

    The Waldorf I think the late 70's
    If it still works ...don't throw it out before using!!!!

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    Those will never be opened. I like old stuff still in the original packing

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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    Those will never be opened. I like old stuff still in the original packing
    But your losing out on the extra bonus gift points

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    Not now but I want to look up what the bonus points might have been used for. Reminds me of s & h Green Stamps.

    S & H Green Stamps 1984

    Anyone remember getting actual glassware in laundry detergent boxes?

    https://hottytoddy.com/2015/10/29/ne...es-in-oatmeal/

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    If you want to go farther back....

    S & H Green Stamps 1984




    S & H Green Stamps 1984

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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    Not now but I want to look up what the bonus points might have been used for. Reminds me of s & h Green Stamps.

    S & H Green Stamps 1984

    Anyone remember getting actual glassware in laundry detergent boxes?

    https://hottytoddy.com/2015/10/29/ne...es-in-oatmeal/
    AH Yes,I remenber ..Hens & Kellys Dept store

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    I remember my parents getting what seemed like an entire glassware set, one glass at a time, every time my father filled his tank. There was a time when I was a budding tennis player. My folks got me my first racket with green stamps, a Spaulding Pancho Gonzales model, I believe.

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    Depression glass was what I'm told the poor man's chinaware

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