POSTER STAMPS AND LABELS OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES

      INTRODUCTION

      STATISTICS

      UNSOLVED MYSTERIES

      SOLVED MYSTERIES!

       SUMMER GAMES
1894 - Modern Games Founded
1896 - I Olympiad - Athens
1900 - II Olympiad - Paris
1904 - III Olympiad - St. Louis
1906 - Intercalated Games - Athens
1908 - IV Olympiad - London
1912 - V Olympiad - Stockholm
1913 - Berlin prepares for 1916 games
1914 - 20th Anniversary of Rebirth of Games
1916 - VI Olympiad - Berlin
1920 - VII Olympiad - Antwerp
1924 - VIII Olympiad - Paris
      - Post Cards
1928 - IX Olympiad - Amsterdam
1932 - X Olympiad - Los Angeles
1936 - XI Olympiad - Berlin
1940 - XII Olympiad - Tokyo
      - XII Olympiad - Helsinki
      - New Zealand Centennial Games
1944 - XIII Olympiad - London
      - German POW Games
1948 - XIV Olympiad - London

U.S. OLYMPIC SHIELD DECALS and STICKERS


1936-W-7

DuBois lists many decals and stickers that show the U.S. Olympic shield,
usually with overprinted text such as "US OLYMPIC FUND."

But the dates of most of them are uncertain, and while DuBois made informed
but nonetheless sometimes arbitrary choices where to place them in his
catalog, sorting them out has been a challenge for me.

Moreover, many of them differ in very subtle ways, often having to do
with only the inscriptions on the back, so determining exactly which label one has can be tricky.
And DuBois describes most of them in terms of earlier labels, e.g.
"like label 999 except... etc." Very confusing.

Accordingly, I decided to create this page that lists only those US Fund labels,
to assist me in understanding them. I have listed each label independently, and tried to highlight the
essential features of each, to assist the reader in determining which one he has.

N.B. - Contributions to these pages are welcomed.
If you can supply images (300dpi scans) of the actual label for any that are missing below,
or better information, please send to:

      STILL MISSING

      ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

      UPDATE HISTORY

       SUMMER GAMES
1952 - XV Olympiad - Helsinki
1956 - XVI Olympiad - Melbourne
      - XVI Olympiad - Stockholm
1960 - XVII Olympiad - Rome
1964 - XVIII Olympiad - Tokyo

       WINTER GAMES
1924 - I Winter Games - Chamonix
1928 - II Winter Games - St Moritz
1932 - III Winter Games - Lake Placid
1936 - IV Winter Games - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
1940 - V Winter Games - Sapporo
      - V Winter Games - St Moritz
      - V Winter Games - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
1944 - V Winter Games - Cortina d'Ampezzo
1948 - V Winter Games - St Moritz
1952 - VI Winter Games - Oslo
1956 - VII Winter Games - Cortina d'Ampezzo
1960 - VIII Winter Games - Squaw Valley
1964 - IX Winter Games - Innsbruck

       OTHER TOPICS
      - U.S. OLYMPIC SHIELD DECALS
      - Workers' Olympics


DUBOIS IMAGE IMAGE of actual label DuBois # DATE SIZE KEY FEATURES DuBois description
NOT IN DUBOIS
1924-x8

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

(1924-x8)

NOT IN DUBOIS

1924 Unknown TWO COLORS - Red & blue only

"AMERICAN OLYMPIC TEAM at top

Stars at top, stripes below

NO RINGS

"1924" at bottom right corner.

x8. Baggage Label: "AMERICAN OLYMPIC TEAM" across top; "PARIS" in bottom left corner; "1924" at bottom right corner; "SPORT beneath dotted line at top left; "MEMBER beneath dotted line at top right; Vignette: a U.S. Olympic shield with white stars in a blue panel at top; red & white alternating stripes are in lower part.
NOT IN DUBOIS
1928-x3

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

(1928-x3)

NOT IN DUBOIS

1928 Unknown TWO COLORS - Red & blue only

"AMERICAN OLYMPIC TEAM at top

Rings: top three are red, bottom two are blue.

"1928" down right side.

x3. Baggage Label: "AMERICAN OLYMPIC TEAM" across top; "AMSTERDAM" down left side; "1928" down right side; "NAME_____ ADDRESS_____" at lower left corner; SPORT_____ at lower right. Vignette: a U.S. Olympic shield with Olympic rings in a white panel on a blue upper field, rings are alternating red & blue color; red & white alternating stripes are in lower part.

See label 1936-W-6, which is quite similar.


#1932-62

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

NO IMAGE AVAILABLE 1932-62 1932 71x24mm panel; 128.5x148mm (overall) See image

62. A window label - U.S. shield with white text in outer, blue border: "LOS ANGELES" at top; "XTH" on left, "1932" on right, "OLYMPIAD" on bottom.

Vignette: blue Olympic rings in 71x24mm panel below "LOS ANGELES," Official emblem American Olympic Committee in blue, across vertical red & white bars.

128.5x148mm (overall), die cut, gummed on face ... $25.00


#1932-65

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

NO IMAGE AVAILABLE 1932-65 1932 111x114mm See image

Bottom margin blank

65. A window label - A U.S.A. Olympic Shield:

"Xth OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES" at top; "Let's Go... AMERICA" in panel near bottom.

Vignette: large Olympic rings on top of vertical, alternating bars. 111x114mm, die cut, multicolored, gummed on face ... $30.00


#1932-66

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

NO IMAGE AVAILABLE 1932-66 1932 111x114mm See image

Inscription in bottom margin

66. A window label - Like No. 65, with inscription added around the white-edged sides and bottom: "SOLD FOR THE BENEFIT OF UNEMPLOYED DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS WORLD WAR" ... $35.00

Note: The multicolored Olympic rings on the above shields are interlaced as on the original Olympic flag.


1936-W-6

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

NO IMAGE AVAILABLE 1936-W-6 1936 -
See DuBois text
11.7x14.3cm (design, including texts), 12.5x15.8cm (overall) TWO COLORS - Red & blue only

"AMERICAN OLYMPIC TEAM at top

Rings: top three are red, bottom two are blue.

"1936" down right side.


See DuBois image

6. Baggage Label: "AMERICAN OLYMPIC TEAM" across top; "GARMISCH PARTENKIRCHEN" down left side; "1936" down right side; "NAME_____ SPORT_____" at lower left corner. Vignette: a U.S. Olympic shield with Olympic rings in a 63x26mm white panel on a blue upper field, rings are alternating red & blue color; red & white alternating stripes are in lower part. 11.7x14.3cm (design, including texts), 12.5x15.8cm (overall), imperf, gummed on back ... $25.00

(This label is dated at 1932 in the All Fund catalog but it did issue for the 1936 Winter Games)


1936-W-7

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE


1936-W-7

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

1936-W-7 Uncertain -
See DuBois text
10.3x14.3cm (design), 11.3x15.4cm (overall) TWO COLORS - Red & blue only

"AMERICAN OLYMPIC FUND" at top

Rings: top three are red, bottom two are blue.


See image

7. A Baggage, Fund Label: "AMERICAN OLYMPIC FUND" at top. Vignette: a U.S. Olympic shield, identical to the shield described at label No.6. 10.3x14.3cm (design), 11.3x15.4cm (overall), imperf, gummed on back ... $15.00

This probably a combo label - issued to raise funds for both the Winter & Summer Games of 1936. Also probably issued by the American Olympic Committee which, after 1940, changed its name to U.S. Olympic Committee

As this label is undated, the date of issue is uncertain and it could have been issued for the 1932 or 1940 Games. It is listed here because the shield is identical to that of No. 6 and has the same coloring as the 1936 street tag, No. 70. This label has not been found listed in other catalogs.


1936-W-8

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

NO IMAGE AVAILABLE 1936-W-8 Uncertain -
See DuBois text
10.3x13.3cm (design), 12.4x14.8cm (overall) TWO COLORS - Red & blue only

NO TEXT

Rings: top three are red, bottom two are blue.


See DuBois image

8. A Baggage Label Proof: This label has no text. Vignette: a U.S. Olympic shield of the same design as label Nos. 6 & 7. Colors are more "solid" and "deeper" than those on No.7. 10.3x13.3cm (design), 12.4x14.8cm (overall), gummed on back, colors: vermilion-red & violet blue ... Rare

As with label No.7 the date of issue is uncertain. It is listed here because it is identical to the shield on label No.7, except for the "deeper, more solid" coloring. Also, this shield has the same minor imperfection as No.7 at the upper right edge.

NOTE: Our example of label 1936-W-7 does not have the "imperfection" DuBois shows in his illustrations, but otherwise the designs are the same, so I think his logic for dating this is acceptable


1940-F-21

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

NO IMAGE AVAILABLE 1940-F-21 1940 101x1l6mm (design), 111x122mm (overall Multicolored rings

AMERICAN OLYMPIC FUND in gold letters over shield

Distinctive gold border


See DuBois image

21. "AMERICAN OLYMPIC FUND" in gold letters across stripes, Olympic rings, in a 56.5x20mm panel, in upper portion (Interlaced as on the original Olympic flag). 101x1l6mm (design), 111x122mm (overall), rings are in their usual multicolors, outline around edge & across shield is gold, die cut ... Rare

Inscription on back states, "To send the foremost Amateur Athletes in the United States to the 1940 Olympic Games ... price 50 cents"


1948-12

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

NO IMAGE AVAILABLE 1948-12 Uncertain - see DuBois text 10.2x13.6cm (shield portion, 10.2x14.6cm, including upper text TWO COLORS - Red & blue only

UNITED STATES OLYMPIC FUND at top


See DuBois image

The date of issue of labels 1948-12 and 13 is uncertain. The use of "United States" and "U.S." instead of "American" in the texts indicate that they were issued after 1940. The rings on both labels are not in their usual geometric relationship to each other. No.12 may be a re-drawing of shield No.7 that is listed at the "1936 - Garmisch-Partenkirchen" section.

12. "UNITED STATES OLYMPIC FUND" above a large shield. 10.2x13.6cm (shield portion, 10.2x14.6cm, including upper text), imperf, red & blue


1948-13

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

NO IMAGE AVAILABLE 1948-13 Uncertain - see DuBois text 57x53mm shield, 89x115mm (overall label) TWO COLORS - Red & blue only

"back the U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM FUND"

LIFE


See DuBois image

The date of issue of labels 1948-12 and 13 is uncertain. The use of "United States" and "U.S." instead of "American" in the texts indicate that they were issued after 1940. The rings on both labels are not in their usual geometric relationship to each other. No.12 may be a re-drawing of shield No.7 that is listed at the "1936 - Garmisch-Partenkirchen" section.

13. "back the U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM FUND" above shield; "LIFE" in a 12x6mm panel, "SPONSORED BY" & emblem of U.S. Jr. Chamber of Commerce, all below shield. 57x53mm shield, 89x115mm (overall label), design portion measures 64x108mm, red & blue, imperf

NOT IN DUBOIS
1948-x2

NOT IN DUBOIS Uncertain - 1948 based on www listing and price

HOWEVER, note that the text on the back is almost exactly the same as that on 1956-99, so this could be a 1952 or 1956 label

Design 77x100

White panel 47x19

"OLYMPIC" 43mm

Multicolored rings

US OLYMPIC FUND
printed on stripes

Text on back


See image - this is the only label seen with that text on the stripes

BUT there could be examples with different text on the back

Found on the www, where it was described as a 1948 label
(and Philippe Pavard sent a scan of his copy)

TEXT ON BACK (reads vertically):

INSTRUCTIONS
FOR APPLYING ON INSIDE OF WINDOWS
(5 steps)

The United States Olympic Committee has issued these decalcomania transfers to help raise the fund to send the United States teams to the Pan-American Games and to the Olympic Games.

United States Olympic Committee
Biltmore Hotel
New York, N. Y.
or
LaSalle Hotel
Chicago, III.
PRICE 50 cents

NOT IN DUBOIS
1948-x3

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

NOT IN DUBOIS 1948 Unknown TWO COLORS - Red & blue only

FINAL OLYMPIC WRESTLING TRYOUTS


See image

Found on the www

FINAL OLYMPIC WRESTLING TRYOUTS
IOWA STATE COLLEGE, AMES IOWA
April 28-31, May 1, 1948


1956-99

1956-99

IS THIS THE DUBOIS LABEL? NOTE THE SECOND (YELLOW) RING. IT APPEARS TO HAVE AN OUTLINE ON HIS IMAGE, BUT NOT ON OURS. ??? OR DID HE ADD THAT BY HAND BECAUSE THE RING DID NOT SHOW OTHERWISE?

1956-99 1954 or 1955 -
See DuBois text
78x100mm shield FRONT SIDE:

Multicolored rings

"CONTRIBUTOR UNITED STATES OLYMPIC FUND" in blue, across red & white, vertical stripes


ALL TYPE 1956-99 DECALS HAVE THE SAME DESIGN ON THE FRONT

99, 99a, AND 99b DIFFER IN THE TEXT PRINTED ON THEIR BACKING PAPER - SEE BELOW

99. A Shield-Shaped Window Label:

"CONTRIBUTOR UNITED STATES OLYMPIC FUND" in blue, across red & white, vertical stripes; in a 48x20mm panel, in dark blue upper portion: Olympic rings in their usual multicolors (interlaced as on original Olympic flag). 78x100mm shield.

All 3 Type 1956-99 labels evaluated at @$20 each.

Note: The Pan-American Games were held at Mexico City in March of 1955 so it is likely these labels were issued in 1954 or 1955.

TEXT ON BACKING PAPER FOR TYPE 1956-99 DECALS:
LABEL ID IMAGE OF BACK DESCRIPTION
(There could be other varieties)
1956-99 NO IMAGE

Green text on back (printed vertically):

INSTRUCTIONS
FOR APPLYING ON INSIDE OF WINDOWS
(5 steps)

The United States Olympic Committee has issued these decalcomania transfers to help raise the fund to send the United States teams to the Pan-American Games and to the Olympic Games.

United States Olympic Committee
Biltmore Hotel
New York, N. Y.
or
LaSalle Hotel
Chicago, III.
MINIMUM PRICE 50 cents

This text is *almost* identical to that on the backing paper of label 1948-x2, above, the only difference being "MINIMUM PRICE" instead of just "PRICE"

1956-99a NO IMAGE

Text on back (printed horizontally):

INSTRUCTIONS
FOR APPLYING ON INSIDE OF WINDOWS
(5 steps)

The United States Olympic Committee has issued these decalcomania transfers to help raise the fund to send the United States teams to the Pan-American Games and to the Olympic Games.

United States Olympic Committee
Biltmore Hotel
New York, N. Y.
PRICE $1.00

Same as label 99, except horizontal, and New York address only
1956-99b NO IMAGE

Text on back (printed horizontally):

Sheet 419A R-6

INSTRUCTIONS
FOR APPLYING ON INSIDE OF WINDOWS
(5 steps)

The United States Olympic Committee has issued these decalcomania transfers to help raise the fund to send the United States teams to the Pan-American Games and to the Olympic Games.

United States Olympic Committee
Biltmore Hotel
New York, N. Y.
PRICE $1.00

Same as label 99a, except "Sheet 419A R-6" at top
1956-99c

NOT IN DUBOIS

Text on back (printed horizontally):

INSTRUCTIONS
FOR APPLYING ON INSIDE OF WINDOWS
(5 steps)
MASTERCRAFT DECALCOMANIA CO., Chicago, Ill.

The United States Olympic Committee has issued these decalcomania transfers to help raise the fund to send the United States teams to the Pan-American Games and to the Olympic Games.

United States Olympic Committee
Biltmore Hotel
New York, N. Y.
PRICE $1.00

Same as label 99a, except "MASTERCRAFT DECALCOMANIA CO., Chicago, Ill." added directly below appication instructions.

1956-100

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE

NO IMAGE AVAILABLE 1956-100 1956 (?) 68x86mm shield, 44x19mm panel Red, blue & black only

See image - text is distinctive - large letters

100. A Self Adhesive Shield:

"SUPPORTER U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM" in black, across stripes. Olympic rings in red, blue & black (no yellow or green), in a 44x19mm panel, in upper portion of shield. All on a creamy, luminous paper gummed with rubber cement protected by manila backing paper on which is printed, at top, application instructions. Below: "SCOTCH-LITE REFLECTIVE SHEETING" on an oval decoration. At bottom: "a product of Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. St. Paul 6, Minn." in black & brown.

68x86mm shield ... $20.00


1956-101

IMAGE OF BACK NOT AVAILABLE


1956-101
1956-101 1956 (?) 78x100mm shield Multicolored rings

"CONTRIBUTOR U.S. OLYMPIC FUND" in blue, across red & white, vertical stripes


ALL TYPE 1956-101 DECALS HAVE THE SAME DESIGN ON THE FRONT

101, 101a, AND 101b DIFFER IN THE TEXT PRINTED ON THEIR BACKING PAPER - SEE BELOW

101. Same as No.99 but text across stripes has "U.S." instead of "UNITED STATES"

... all 3 Type 1956-101 labels are evaluated @ $l2.00ea

TEXT ON BACKING PAPER FOR TYPE 1956-101 DECALS:
LABEL ID IMAGE OF BACK DESCRIPTION
(There could be other varieties)
1956-101x
1956-101x

Green text on back (printed vertically):

INSTRUCTIONS
FOR APPLYING ON INSIDE OF WINDOWS
(5 steps)

The United States Olympic Committee has issued these decalcomania transfers to help raise the fund to send the United States teams to the Pan-American Games and to the Olympic Games.

United States Olympic Committee
Biltmore Hotel
New York, N. Y.
or
10 N. LaSalle St.
Chicago, III.
PRICE 50 cents

1/18/17 - This showed up in a recent eBay auction by americasstampstop, identified as a 1968 decal, but the text and price tell me it's earlier, 1956 at the latest. Note the multi-colored rings, for instance, and the text on the back matches 1948-x2.

Too bad the owner trimmed it like that.

1956-101 NO IMAGE

Green text on back (printed vertically):

INSTRUCTIONS
FOR APPLYING ON INSIDE OF WINDOWS
(5 steps)

The United States Olympic Committee has issued these decalcomania transfers to help raise the fund to send the United States teams to the Pan-American Games and to the Olympic Games.

United States Olympic Committee
Biltmore Hotel
New York, N. Y.
or
10 N. LaSalle St.
Chicago, III.
MINIMUM PRICE 50 cents

Same as Label 99, but text on back states 10 N. LaSalle St. instead of LaSalle Hotel.

1956-101a

Text on back (printed horizontally):

INSTRUCTIONS
FOR APPLYING ON INSIDE OF WINDOWS
(5 steps)

The United States Olympic Committee has issued these decalcomania transfers to help raise the fund to send the United States teams to the Pan-American Games and to the Olympic Games.

United States Olympic Committee
Biltmore Hotel
New York, N. Y.
PRICE $1.00

Same backing paper text as No. 99a.

1956-101b NO IMAGE

Text on back (printed horizontally):

INSTRUCTIONS
FOR APPLYING ON INSIDE OF WINDOWS
(5 steps)
MASTERCRAFT DECALCOMANIA CO., Chicago, Ill.

Your Contribution to the United States Olympic
Fund is most gratefully acknowledged. The costs
of sending United States teams to the Olympic
Games at Melbourne, Australia, and to the Winter
Olympic Games at Cortina, Italy, must be financed completely by voluntary contributions. Your interest and your help are both sincerely appreciated.

UNITED STATES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE
BILTMORE HOTEL . NEW YORK, N.Y.

NOT IN DUBOIS

#1956-x21-24

1956-x21-24 1956 78x100mm (?) shield Multicolored rings

"CONTRIBUTOR U.S. OLYMPIC FUND" in blue, across red & white, vertical stripes

In yellow ribbon at top:
CIVITAN, SERTOMA, OPTIMIST, ROTARY

x21-24. Same as No.101 plus yellow ribbon at top with name of sponsoring civic club.

Images courtesy of
Teresa Hedgpeth
Archivist & Historical Steward
United States Olympic Committee

9/26/16 - Ms. Hedgpeth sent me these images of items in the USOC collection, and added the following information about them:

I know of several campaigns throughout the history of the U.S. Olympic Committee designed to fund Teams for both the Pan American Games and the Olympic Games. The Jaycees were prominent in the 1950s in these campaigns and other entities were also involved, such as the Optimist, Rotary, Sertoma and Civitan Clubs [see attached decals from 1956]. All of these have similar backs to them.


1960-226


1960-226

1960-226 1960

SEE NOTE 2 at right

84x109 mm overall

75x101 mm design

49x20 mm panel

41 mm "OLYMPIC"

TWO COLORS - Red & blue only

CONTRIBUTOR U.S. OLYMPIC FUND in blue over stripes

See image

226 and 226a differ in the text printed on their backing paper.

226. The above-shield-decal is similar to No.101 of the 1956-Melbourne section, page 199, except:

1. Olympic rings are not multicolored. The three upper rings are dark blue and the two lower rings are red.

2. "CONTRIBUTOR / U.S. / OLYMPIC / FUND" text has thinner letters.

3. Text on back is different, as illustrated at left. Main part of that text states,

The United States Olympic Committee has issued these decalcomania transfers to help raise the fund to send the United States teams to the Pan- American Games and to the Olympic Games.

UNITED STATES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE 57 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. Contribution $1.00

No. 226 is evaluated at $12.00


NOTE 1: DuBois does not mention the string of numbers printed at bottom left on the backing paper - "649769-3" in the example he shows, and "6410297-9" in ours.

Should we call these two separate varieties, or is the number unimportant? You'll have to decide.


NOTE 2: The date can be confirmed by this image which shows a group of Olympic decals obtained at the 1960 Squaw Valley Games, but that does not preclude their being available earlier.

1960-226a
NOT IN DUBOIS
1960 83x110 mm overall

75x103 mm design

49x20 mm panel

47 mm "OLYMPIC"

Note differences in size from 226

TWO COLORS - Red & blue only

See image

226 and 226a differ in the text printed on their backing paper.


NOT IN DUBOIS

FACE: Same as 226 but slightly different measurements.

BACK: "ALLIED DECALS INC." at bottom and no string of numbers.

1966-x2
NOT IN DUBOIS
1966 (?) 7.5" x 5" overall?? Red and blue only
Three upper rings are red, though, and lower two are blue
No text on shield
WE CARE / WE GAVE - U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM at top.

See image


NOT IN DUBOIS

FACE: standard US Olympic shield, no text on stripes

Text at top (above shield) WE CARE / WE GAVE - U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM

BACK: Similar to label, 1960-226, but text in central area has been simplified. Number at bottom left is 66-12227-11.

Images courtesy of
Teresa Hedgpeth
Archivist & Historical Steward
United States Olympic Committee

9/24/16 - Ms. Hedgpeth sent me these images of an item in the USOC collection, and added the following information about them:

I came across your website today: http://www.alphabetilately.org/Oly/decals.html on Olympic decals. I noticed you had one of the 66-122227-11 decals but not the other on your website. I have attached images of the front and back of the decal we have that is also a 66-122227-11 decal.

1966-x1
NOT IN DUBOIS
1966 (?) 7.5" x 5" overall Red, blue & gold

See image


NOT IN DUBOIS

FACE: NEW DESIGN - stylized eagle's head profile, with small shield in center at top, text - WE CARE / WE GAVE - U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM

BACK: Very similar to label, 1960-226, but text in central area has been simplified. Number at bottom left is 66-12227-11, which the eBay seller offering this decal says indicates it was issued in 1966. If that is the case, then 1960-226 would be a 1964 label, but we have independent evidence it was sold in 1960. S0...???


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