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In 1970, first class letters went for 6 cents.
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What was the cost of a stamp in the 1970's?

First Class postage was 6 cents in 1970. It went to 8 cents in 1971 then to 10 cinets in 1974 and 13 cents in 1976 and to 15 cents in 1978. There were still other stamps avail

How much a stamp cost in 1970?

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What is the value of 1970 stamp?

First Class postage was 6 cents in 1970. There were still other stamps available for post cards and airmail. The price was dependent upon what you were mailing.

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