Yes, it was for Life’s Extra Pleasures, and if you are of a certain age, you will remember the green machines like this that sat at the end of supermarket aisles. Some chains had Gold Bond, but S&H was better.
This one is for sale on eBay by seller kwayrbo. We really don’t need it around the house, but sure did think it was a great artifact of mid-Century America.
The S&H stood for Sperry & Hutchinson.
When the clerk twisted the thing, didn’t you always wish she would give you a little bit EXTRA?
This is awesome i do not even know that they still making this machines.
Arrgh! I am still looking for one of those dial machines. I remember my mom and dad collecting green stamps as a kid…we got an alarm clock, a toaster and I believe a hand mixer from the store down the road in Mifflinburg, PA. I wanted to put one in my hall! If you ever come across one of those, shoot me a line! 🙂
S&H Green Stamps have survived!
Amazingly, they’re still going: