How Much Are Stamps These Days?


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
1. Make an inventory or list of your first-day covers. Mark the condition of each cover with particular attention to discoloration, fading and damage. List the date of the first day
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
Scott Number 1205. The stamp was issued for the Christman season in 1962. It pictured a wreath and some candles. There have been Seasonal issues ever since, usually one the has a
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