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In 1987, the USPS commemorated the 75th anniversary of the Girl Scouts with a stamp issued on March 12, 1987. The design features fourteen Girl Scout badges on a green sash.

Juliette Gordon Low founded the movement in Savannah, Georgia, in 1912, having borrowed the concept from the Girl Guides of England. Today, Girl Scouts is one of the largest voluntary organizations for girls in the world. Scouts participate in five program levels: Daisy Girl Scouts (age 5-6), Brownie Girl Scouts (ages 6-8), Junior Girl Scouts (ages 8-11), Cadette Girl Scouts (ages 11-14), and Senior Girl Scouts (ages 14-17).

This stamp is available in a 3.75 by 4.75 inch wood frame in your choice of colors: black or walnut. Please indicate what color you prefer.

PLEASE NOTE: This stamp can be framed to match the Juliette Low stamp, no. 974. Contact us if you are interested.

A bit more history: The United States Post Office issued its first stamp on July 1, 1847. Since that time, over 5000 stamps have been issued. Each stamp is given its own identification number called a Scott Number. The stamp on this page has been designated as Scott Number 2251.

For more information on the postage stamps of The United States, please visit The National Postal Museum at www.postalmuseum.si.edu.

Vintage Framed Postage Stamp - Girl Scout Badges - No. 2251


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