Stamp Collecting Values.  Quickly getting a good idea of how much a postage stamp or collection is worth should be easy.

Stamp Collecting Values. Quickly getting a good idea of how much a postage stamp or collection is worth should be easy.

Stamp Collecting Values - What are my stamps worth?

Stamp Collecting Values - What are my stamps worth?

This Ascension stamp (Scott #77) is the second most valuable stamp in the set and also has the second highest denomination in the set.    This follows a great rule of thumb - stamp collecting values are generally higher for the highest denominated stamps.  Especially for older stamps where high-denomination stamps were produced in greatly reduced numbers.

This Ascension stamp (Scott #77) is the second most valuable stamp in the set and also has the second highest denomination in the set. This follows a great rule of thumb - stamp collecting values are generally higher for the highest denominated stamps. Especially for older stamps where high-denomination stamps were produced in greatly reduced numbers.

Take favorite stamps from collection and  enlarge at Kinko's on thicker, linen paper  and frame.

Take favorite stamps from collection and enlarge at Kinko's on thicker, linen paper and frame.

This is the middle stamp of a set of US Stamps issued to commemorate the flight of the Graf Zeppelin.      This is part of the iconic set of Airmail Zeppelins which were issued at the onset of the Great Depression and were quickly out of the price range of most Americans.    This led to most Zeppelin stamps remaining unsold and eventually destroyed by the Post Office.      Today, the Brown $1.30 Graf Zeppelin stamp (Scott #C14) is relatively scarce and highly collectible.

This is the middle stamp of a set of US Stamps issued to commemorate the flight of the Graf Zeppelin. This is part of the iconic set of Airmail Zeppelins which were issued at the onset of the Great Depression and were quickly out of the price range of most Americans. This led to most Zeppelin stamps remaining unsold and eventually destroyed by the Post Office. Today, the Brown $1.30 Graf Zeppelin stamp (Scott #C14) is relatively scarce and highly collectible.

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