How Much Is a G Stamp Worth?

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A G stamp that does not have a denomination on its face can be worth anywhere from 3 to 32 cents, depending on the image on it. A non-denominational G stamp with the picture of Old Glory on it is worth around 32 cents, while the one with a dove on it is only worth 3 cents. When trying to determine how much a G stamp is worth it is always a good idea to compare it to the ones pictured in the catalogue offered by the USPS.
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