How much are stamps these days?

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How much First Day of Issue Stamps are worth depends on the stamp you are interested in. The average First Day of Issue Stamp can be purchased for $1.00. Older stamps that are larger in size can have a higher value.
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The value depends upon the specific stamp and the time frame. Most current FDC covers can be purchased for a dollar from a dealer. Large value stamps and older covers have a larger
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Lizette, First days are indicated by a cancellation, not by anything on the stamp itself. The value is not based on the stamp as much as it is based on the fact that the envelope
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