How much is my stamp worth?

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To determine how much your stamp is worth, you will need to know the year of the stamp, what type of stamp it is and also, the overall condition of the stamp. There is an online website that can tell you the value of practically any stamp ever made. For more information, visit:
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Just as in any collector's collection the value of the collection or what's in the collection is: What someone is willing to pay for it. There are stamp catalogues that you can purchase
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With the postal increase on January 4, 2010 the current cost of a first class stamp will set you back 44 cents for a one ounce letter. The cost increases per ounce.
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You can purchase a postage stamp for 44 cents. You can also purchase the forever stamps for 44 cents but the nice thing about them is they are good 'forever' even if the cost of stamps
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Postage stamps cost fourty four cents. The cost of stamps increases about every two years. You can purchase the forever stamp, it can still be used after the cost of stamps increases
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The only way to know what your stamp is worth is to know what the stamp is. The value will differ depending on the age, condition, and rarity of the stamp.
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