How much is an Eisenhower stamp worth?


The value of a 6-cent or 8-cent Dwight D. Eisenhower stamp varies depending on the condition. According to Hobbizine, as of June 2014, a single Eisenhower stamp is worth between 10 cents and 40 cents, on average.

The 6-cent Eisenhower stamp was issued on Aug. 6, 1970, after the 34th president's death. When the domestic first class letter rate increased to 8 cents, the Eisenhower stamp was reissued to reflect the change using the same image. The image used to design the stamp was inspired by a New York Times photograph of the former president, according to Smithsonian National Postal Museum. While the 6-cent stamp was issued in blue-gray colored ink, the 8-cent stamp also included black and red ink.

Q&A Related to "How much is an Eisenhower stamp worth?"
If you buy one from a dealer, 10 - 20 cents. If you wish to sell one, nothing.
Things You'll Need. Stamp value guide. Magnifying glass. Instructions. Compare the stamp you have to the pictures and descriptions of the Eisenhower stamps listed for 1970-74 in the
Chuck, Its a common stamp. Used examples are worth about a penny, and unused examples are worth just about face value. -Mark
There are some Eisenhower stamps selling on ebay for
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