In the late 1970s, scratch and sniff stickers were used by teachers to reward their students for a job well done. By the early '80s, thousands of different styles had been produced. These stickers became so popular that children of all ages made collecting and trading them their favorite hobby. With '80s nostalgia becoming more and more popular today, many people are rediscovering these stickers and collecting them again. This guide is the ultimate resource for vintage scratch and sniff sticker collectors. Features include: Extensive company backgrounds for more than 40 sticker manufacturers; detailed checklists and price information; over 1400 photos of individual stickers and sheets to help you quickly and easily identify stickers by both manufacturer and scent name; licensed character, advertising, and foreign stickers; collecting tips, resources, and more! Relive your childhood while organizing and rebuilding your childhood sticker empire!... have the same general value. These stickers do not seem to hold their scent as well as some other brands and tend to lose their stickiness. ... 138 RUSS BERRIE SCENT-SATIONALS I APPLE I BANANA I BUBBLE GUM. 138 Vintage Scratchanbsp;...
|Title||:||Vintage Scratch & Sniff Sticker Collector's Guide|
|Author||:||Neil A. Galin, Amy Peppler|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2006-12-01|