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Need Help with stamp values.

DUIGUYDUIGUY Posts: 7,252 ✭✭✭
These belong to a friend and WWII Veteran.
Just a small sample of the collection.
Thanks in advance for any help.

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  • WoodenJeffersonWoodenJefferson Posts: 6,491 ✭✭✭✭
    Nothing in that bunch really jumps out at me, those appear to be normal postage stamps from the day...the ones that are ragged around the edges are not worth much, hate to say it but they are sorta ragged.

    The only ones that might need further attention are the reddish 2¢ for varieties.

    Sorry the news was not better, but cancelled stamps (used) need to be the rarer versions before they become valuable. They are still collectable to someone, but in that shape limited.
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  • originalisbestoriginalisbest Posts: 5,912 ✭✭✭✭
    Would agree that there is nothing too valued in the lot. Of the stamps shown, they collectively might be worth $5 if you could find someone who wanted them at that price. The 19th century stamps would have better value, but not with soiling, missing perfs and even portions of some of the stamps. Unless perfectly unused and fully original gum, most 1930s stamps to present are nil value. Exceptions would include the high value graf zeppelin stamps.
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