What is the value of a 3-cent stamp?

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According to the RarityGuide.com, the value for 3 cent stamps that have never been postmarked is nominal. It is worth about 3 cents and not much more. Unused 3 cent stamps can still be used for postage. The most that a dealer would pay for 3 cent stamps is approximately 50 cents for a small quantity. If the consumer is interested to see the value of a specific stamp, then they should research using a stamp guide.
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3 cents.
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1. Review the condition of the stamp. Has it been canceled? Does it still have gum on the back? Is the design well-centered? Is it torn or creased? All of these aspects can affect
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Scott #805 You can purchase it for 30 cents new and 15 cents used. A dealer probably wont want to handle a single copy.
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Scott number US 1008. A mint copy can be purchased for 40 cents and a used copy at 15. A dealer might pay face value for a mint copy.
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