How much is a 1977 Queen Jubilee stamp collection worth?

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The five-stamp set of 1977 Queen Elizabeth Silver Jubilee UK stamps by themselves are worth anywhere from 0.69 in used condition to a few pounds for the stamps on a collectible card, as of 2014. A fuller collection, including stamps from all the British territories, can be worth substantially more.

With a more complete set including stamps from around the globe and/or a stamp collection book, such as the Westminster Historical Society book which includes inserts from all British territories, the value substantially increases. For instance, a complete collection of 56 stamps in the Westminster Historical Society stamp collecting book can sell for over 100 as of 2014. As with all stamps, the condition, use and centering of the stamps is crucial in determining value.

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