How much is the stamp with the Statue of Liberty worth?
1954-68 Liberty Series
|2 cent||Thomas Jefferson||$0.30|
|2 1/2 cent||Bunker Hill||$0.30|
|3 cent||Statue of Liberty||$0.30|
|4 cent||Abraham Lincoln||$0.40|
What stamps are worth a lot of money?
The 10 Most Valuable U.S. Stamps
- The Inverted Jenny. (Courtesy of Siegel Auction Gallery)
- 1847 Issue Block of 16 of Ben Franklin.
- Almanac Stamp of 1765 or 1766.
- ‘Blue Boy’ Alexandria Postmaster’s Provisional.
- 1869 Pictorials—Inverted Center Errors.
- Two-Cent Blue Hawaiian Missionary.
- 1860 Stolen Pony Cover.
- Pan American Inverts.
How much is my $0.01 George Washington stamp worth?
Mavin found 248 sold results for “george washington 1 cent stamp”. Prices range from $0.01 to $2,430.00. The estimated market value is $18.25.
What is the world’s rarest stamp?
British Guiana one-cent Black
How much is a Benjamin Franklin 1 cent stamp worth?
Most 1¢ green Benjamin Franklin stamps are common and valued at less than $1, but two rotary press varieties that look almost the same as common flat-plate issues are scarce and worth thousands.
What is the oldest stamp?
How much is a Penny Black stamp worth today?
However, in 2019, a Penny Black can cost as little as £15 to £30 if it’s in poor to reasonable condition. You might have to pay between £40 to £150 for a specimen of better quality, whereas a fine used example could fetch around £250 to £400.
Are stamps from the 1960s worth anything?
Stamps may also have value if they were issued no later than about 1960, though this doesn’t mean the older the stamp, the more valuable they are. Interestingly, stamps with genuine errors of production (for example missing colours) are often worth considerably more than ‘normal’ issues.
Are old stamps increasing in value?
A March 2018 survey of stamps cited by Lehmann found that stamps valued above $1000 returned “a more respectable 1.7% 3-year rate and an average rate of 3.2% per year, giving such high priced stamps an appreciation rate of 41.3% for the period, or more than twice the rate (19.9%) for stamps below $1000.”
What is the point of stamp collecting?
Stamp collecting helps instruct the collector in geography, biography, history, culture and art. Stamps are miniature gateways to the world. Stamp collecting has very few rules.
Why are old stamps worth money?
It contains a rare error: When a mistake has been made on a stamp design, such as a missing colour or feature because of a printing or production error, these stamps becomes highly collectible and are often worth significantly more than a ‘normal’ issue.
Who has the largest stamp collection?
The National Philatelic Collection is among the world’s largest and most valuable stamp collections and, along with the Postmaster General’s Philatelic Collection, is one of two stamp collections owned by the United States.
What does Cinderella mean in stamp collecting?
A Cinderella stamp is a label which resembles a postage stamp but which has no postal validity. Cinderellas could be issued to advertise a company, to promote an event or to make a political statement, as our introduction to collecting Cinderella stamps reveals.