S&H Green Stamps were highly popular U.S. trading stamps from 1930s to the late 1980s. The stamps were distributed as part of a rewards program operated by the Sperry & Hutchison company. The rewards catalog was the largest publication in America with the company distributing three times more stamps as the U.S. Postal Service.
Customers would receive stamps during checkout at department stores, gas stations and supermarkets, which were redeemable for products in the catalog. Additionally, it’s widely unknown that the highly sought-after stamps were printed in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, to be distributed all around the nation.