Girl Scout Bookplates

...were an elegant way to lay claim to your books when they were "borrowed" by friends but never returned!

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The first bookplate offered was in 1932, coding number M-606.

In 1935, although the design remained the same, the coding number changed to 11-606.

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The coding number remains the same, but the design on the bookplate has changed to a Girl Scout with two lambs.

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Still the coding number, 11-606 remains the same, but the design is to a Girl Scout in front of a bookcase full of books.

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The first Brownie bookplate is offered in 1945, Brownie in a chair. 11-588

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This new bookplate design came with a matching green plastic with

gold paint bookmark (sold separately.) 11-608

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Second Brownie design of a bookplate, Brownie with a dog. 11-587

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11-609 bookplate shows a Girl Scout with a book in her hand, reaching for or returning a book on a high shelf.