What is the 8-cent Eisenhower stamp?

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The 8 cent Eisenhower stamp is a United States Postal Service regular issue stamp. It was issued between 1971 and 1974. The stamp comes in two color schemes, multicolor and deep claret. The deep claret version was also available on a vertical coil.

As of 2014, a mint condition multicolor 8 cent Eisenhower stamp is worth 40 cents, while a used one is worth 20 cents. A mint condition deep claret stamp is worth 45 cents and a used one is worth 20 cents. The vertical coil deep claret stamp is worth slightly less in mint condition at 40 cents, while the used one is also worth 20 cents.

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Scott #1394 et. al. There are two major types of this stamp, a multi-colored one and a brownish purple one. There are more than 6 different varities. They can be purchased in a range
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1. Compare the stamp you have to the pictures and descriptions of the Eisenhower stamps listed for 1970-74 in the Scotts Stamp Value Guide. Record the numbers or bookmark the page
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Chuck, Its a common stamp. Used examples are worth about a penny, and unused examples are worth just about face value. -Mark
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An Eisenhower eight cent Stamp that is multicolor is worth 40 cents in mint condition. It is worth 20 cents in used condition. The Eisenhower deep claret 8 cent ...
How much an 8 cent Eisenhower stamp is worth varies depending on its condition and printing year. On average, these stamps are worth about ten to forty cents. ...
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