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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1. Purchase a stamp value catalog. There are also numerous online catalogs specializing in various categories, such as country of origin or time period, that can be accessed free
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I hate to tell you, but very little. You can purchase them from a dealer or on eBay for about $2 per cover or even less. They usually have almost no real gold, consisting of such
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Read it carefully! There are four different G stamps: G - For US Addresses Only - 32 cents. G - Pre-sort - 25 cents. G - Postcard - 20 cents. G - Make-up Rate - 3 cents. They are
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Scott # 2721 and 2724. Issued as a single and as a part of a block of 4. Differentiated by the perforations. Used these get the minimum 20 cent value. Mint they can bring cost about
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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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