stamp book


stamp book
noun
: a book of or for stamps: as
b. : a collector's book for mounting stamps : a stamp album
c. : a book in which savings stamps are affixed until they are redeemed or deposited

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stamp book,
a book in which to collect stamps, such as trading stamps: »

The 60-year-old…concern has…450 stores where housewives can trade their stamp books for premiums (Wall Street Journal).


Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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