What is the value of Roosevelt Franklin 5c stamp?
United States Scott #933. You can purchase a used copy for 15 cents. A mint, or unused, copy would be 45 cents.
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Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt were distant (fifth) cousins. Franklin's wife, Eleanor Roosevelt , was Theodore's niece .
Will need more information. You can consult a stamp catalogue at yourlocal library to identify the year and condition of the item with anestimated value for it. . Many stamps have been printed that picture FDR. You'll have to identify it with a great deal more detail for anyone to be able to hel…p you out. (MORE)
Answer . Scott # 1284 Horizontal format brown ink. Can be purchased mint for about .45 and used for .15. Dealers are not likely to buy single stamps at such low values, it isn't worth their effort to package and catalog one stamp. You would be lucky to find a dealer that would pay you a dime f…or one. (MORE)
Answer . Scott # 1030 Minimal value of 15 cents, meaning it is hardly worth the effort of having it in stock.
Look at http://www.paradisecoin.com/tokens.html to get a ballpark IT seems to be worth 20 dollars according to that site but that would be in mint condition
Scott #1. You can purchase a used copy for $700 and an unused one for about $4,000. Selling to a dealer, you could probably get anywhere from 50% to 80% of this price, depending upon condition and other factors.. But be aware that there are reprints of this stamp from more recent souvenir sheets. …These are not worth nearly as much money a few cents at most. (MORE)
There are about a dozen different 6 cent Roosevelt stamps that have been issued from 1955 through 1967. More information on color and design will be needed to determine value. Most used US postage stamps are worth 15 or 20 cents, the minimum amount required to catalog and stock the stamps. Unused… will always be worth at least their face value. Special cancellations and different values are likely to be worth more. You can consult a postage stamp catalog, usually available at your local library for exact identification and catalog values. (MORE)
Scott #830 Most used US postage stamps are worth 20 cents, the minimum amount required to catalog and stock the stamps. Unused will always be worth at least their face value. This one is hard to find in Mint condition and has a catalog value worth $3.50. There is a minor variety that is worth more $…15. Consult a postage stamp catalog, usually available at your local library for exact identification and catalog values. (MORE)
Many of these rare sets are valued in price close to $125. Theamount for the sets will vary depending upon their condition and ifthey come in a case or not.
There are a large number of 1 cent stamps with Franklin. the value is going to vary a great deal based on exactly which one it is. Chances are it is a very common stamp that can be purchased for a few cents, but it can be very hard to tell the different types apart. Consult a postage stamp catalog, …usually available at your local library for exact identification and catalog values. (MORE)
Scott #1298 dark brown on white? Mint a copy can be purchased for 50 cents. Used it is worth 15 or 20 cents, the minimum amount required to catalog and stock the stamps. Unused will always be worth at least their face value. Special cancellations and different values are likely to be worth mor…e. There are some varieties with higher values, so consult a postage stamp catalog, usually available at your local library for exact identification and catalog values. (MORE)
This is a common US regular issue If you want to buy just one it will probably cost you from 10 to 25 cents at a stamp store for a copy, mint or used. If you want to order it by mail, you would have to pay postage and handling in addition. Dealers get them as part of larger lots for almost not…hing per stamp- 65% face and 1/4 cent if used. The money they would charge you for it is mostly for labor. I think it is a nice stamp and I would certainly keep a nice copy for my collection. If you more than one, maybe you can trade it for another similar stamp . (MORE)
The exact value of a Benjamin Franklin blue green 1 cent stampwould actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of thesefactors would be the age and condition of the stamp.
Ben Franklin has been the subject of numerous stamp issues. You will need to consult the catalogs and do some research. There are lots of stamps issued and they vary in value from almost nothing to some nice values. Most libraries will have a copy of Scott's Postage Stamp Catalog of the World. Fi…rst of all, you have to identify the specific stamp or card. That in itself can be a daunting task, but most of the catalogs are well illustrated with lots of information. Once you know what item you have, the catalog will provide a set of prices that can be used to estimate value. (MORE)
Actually it was dark brown on white paper , I think.Anyway, m int US stamps are worth their face value to use as postage, so use yours that way, if you need postage. Otherwise, your stamp has negligible value ( less than 25 cent retail) , but please do not throw it away! Keep it in your stamp co…llection for your children or yourself when you have more time. If you have more than one, you may be able to trade it for stamps of similar value. . Or give it to a collector friend. Collectors always appreciate the thought even it they do not need the stamp. (MORE)
This is a challenging period of time for the American collector. There are a large number of varieties in this time frame and values vary greatly. It will take some serious study, or a visit to a good stamp dealer to properly identify the stamp. Consult a stamp catalog such as Scott's, for a desc…ription on how stamps are rated and graded.. (MORE)
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 1923 Denomination: 1c Color: Green, machine cancel Print Method: Rotary Perforation: 11 VALUE: Used $60,000.00 precanceled Used $45,000.00 ^^^^^ Only the Machine canceled stamp with rotary print method andperforation 11 really has a great value.
No, they were distant cousins. Theodore Roosevelt was Franklin D. Roosevelt's fifth cousin, once removed. Theodore Roosevelt was also Eleanor Roosevelt's uncle; she was FDR's wife.
Theodore Roosevelt is the 26 president and the teddy bear is named after him. Franklin d Roosevelt is Theodore's cousin
Mint US stamps are worth their face value to use as postage, so use yours that way, if you need postage. Otherwise, your stamp has negligible value ( less than 25 cent retail) , but please do not throw it away! Keep it in your stamp collection for your children or yourself when you have more tim…e. If you have more than one, you may be able to trade it for stamps of similar value. . Or give it to a collector friend. Collectors always appreciate the thought even it they do not need the stamp. BTW, there is an Eleanor Roosevelt stamp of similar design, you might like it to with the one you have. . (MORE)
This is a common stamp which is easily obtainable. No stamp in good condition is worthless to a collector. Mint US stamps are always worth their face value if one can find use for them for postage. The minimum retail price for single stamps varies with the dealer but is around 15 to 25 cents. …Common mint stamps retail for about twice face if this is more than the minimum. As for selling common stamps-- dealers do not buy them one at a time. They get them by buying collections or accumulations of thousands of stamps. They usually have all the common stamps they can sell because they get them along with the scarcer stamps. (MORE)
If this stamp is in good condition - well centered, no missing parts, full gum if unused and lightly canceled if used, it retails for about $9 unused and $.20 used.
A nice mint copy ( full gum and well-centered) retails for around $12.00. A nice( lightly canceled, well-centered, all perforations present and unbent) used one for 30 cents or so. Slightly damaged used ones -- no more than 1 cent.
The 1847 stamp was brown, What you probably have was cut from a special commemorative sheet issued in 1947 to celebrate the 100 anniversary of the first US stamps. It still retails for less than 50 cents, but would be a treat for any collector who does not have one, if you do not want to keep it f…or yourself. (MORE)
The sheet version came out Dec. 29, 1966. The coil that is the same design as the sheet version came out Dec, 28,1967. The smaller coil version was issued Feb 28,1968.
This stamp is a interesting US commemorative stamp, issued as a memorial to FDR, who died shortly before it came out, Since it only cost 1 cent, millions were sold and it is still common. If it is mint, I would not use as postage even though it is worth no more than one cent except to a young collec…tor who needs it for his collection. A dealer would probably charge him 15 to 25 cents for one, so you might be able to get that if you find such a collector. Otherwise, keep it in your stamp collection for your children or yourself when you have more time. If you have more than one, you may be able to trade it for stamps of similar value. . (MORE)
You can still buy these for $5.00 from many post offices or by ordering them from the USPS either or line or by mail. ( They do charge $1 for postage, regardless of the size of your order. Used ones list for $2.50 - you can probably find one for less .
American collectors call that U.S. Scott number 300. Its catalog value is $12 mint, 25 cents used.
There are two such stamps. They have the Scott catalog numbers 803 and 1030. Both have the catalog value of 20 cents, mint or used.
There are several varieties but all are quite collectible. Condition is a huge factor in older stamps like these. If the stamp is damaged in any serious way-- i.e. thin spots, tears, missing corners, its values drops tremendously- hard to sell at any price. Centering is also very important, but so…und stamps that are badly centered are still worth something. Bottom line, if the stamp is sound and nicely centered, the cheapest used varieties retail for around $150 and mint with full gum for around $1500 or more. Extremely fine copies are worth much more. Dealers of course buy for much less than they sell for. (MORE)
Scott Number 300, green 1 cent, has the dates 1706 to 1790 (Franklin's birth and death) on them. It was issued in 1902. . Mint condition can be purchased for $15 from a dealer. Used is of little or no value. But there is an imperforate (no little holes) that has a value of around $50 new or used.
It's almost certainly a medal or token. The only U.S. coin with FDR's image is the familiar dime. You'd need to find out whether it's real gold, plated, or some base metal before you could determine a value.
August 13, 2009. The 1947 Roosevelt Dime was produced at 3 US mints: Philadelphia which is shown as 1947-P in this list, Denver which is shown as 1947-D in this list and San Francisco which is shown as 1947-S in this list. To determine which coin you have it is necessary to locate the mint mark. Th…is mark is a small letter located on the reverse side of the coin just above the letter "E" in the word "ONE". The letter "D" is for Denver. The letter "S" is for San Francisco. If there is no letter the coin was minted at Philadelpha. The circulated and uncirculated values of these coins are show in the following list:. Circulated Grades .....................1947-P............1947-D................1947-S. EF40..........................................$3....................$3.........................$3. AU55..........................................$4....................$4.........................$4. Uncirculated Grades . MS60..........................................$7....................$7.........................$7. MS63..........................................$7....................$7..........................$7. MS64..........................................$9.....................$9.........................$9. MS65..........................................$12...................$17.......................$12. MS66..........................................$40...................$35.......................$26 (MORE)
United States Scott #1030. You can purchase a used copy for 15cents. A mint, or unused, copy would be 20 cents.
BOTH of the Presidents had served not in the Navy, but as Assistant Secretary of the Navy . Theodore Roosevelt served from 1897 to 1898 under President McKinley, and later became his Vice President. Franklin D. Roosevelt served from 1913 to 1920 (including World War I) under President Woodrow W…ilson. Interestingly, both Theodore's son (Theodore Roosevelt Jr.) and his nephew (Theodore Robinson) also served as Assistant Secretary, from 1921 to 1924 and 1924 to 1929 respectively. (MORE)
To many variables to determine. Consult a catalog, available online or at your local library. In most cases the value is going to be pretty low, as Washington is a common subject for definitive stamps. But there are some with some good values to them!
A dealer would charge 30-40 cents for this stamp, assuming it is well centered and the gum is undisturbed. It is still valid for 20 cents as postage. BTW, there is a similar stamp showing Eleanor Roosevelt.
yes, if you go onto google images and type in "Franklin Roosevelt and Theodore Roosevelt" it should be the first two pictures.
It really depends on a lot of factors. However, because of the proliferation of counterfeit stamps, due to the printing techniques of older stamps being too easy to replicate, most older stamps, which had a value of a few dollars are now worthless. The stamp collecting industry has dropped by over 9…0% the past few years. (MORE)
SC 1236 You can purchase a mint copy for 60 cents or a used copy for 15. The low values indicate that it would be difficult to get a dealer to actually pay you money for a single copy.
No. Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd president, was born January 30th 1882 in Hyde Park, New York and died April 12th, 1945 in his summer vacation home in Warm Springs, Georgia. Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president, was born October 27th, 1858 on 28 east 20th street, New York City and die…d January 6th, 1919 at Sagamore Hill. (MORE)
FDR accumulated a large and valuable stamp collection. I don't think anybody counted them, but it is not hard for a long-time collector to own more than a million stamps, but not all different.
Almost nothing. These replicas have a layer of gold on the foil that is an atom or two thick. It is not really measurable and it would take thousands of them to make an amount worth anything. You might be able to get a $1 or two.
I believe you are referring to Scott Catalog # 1039, 6 cent, Theodore Roosevelt issued as a regular issue from 1954 to 1968. There are three values for this stamp and they are: New = 25 cents Used = 20 cents (Scott Specialized Catalog of US Stamps, page 104) Face value of 5 cents. Beca…use of the large amount of stamps printed for this issue most dealers will pay you about 80% of face value or 4 cents for new stamps. Used stamps are sold by the ounce. (MORE)
when you were 18 years old back then you had to go go to fancy parts and Eleanor saw her cousin at the party's and they talked during the party's then fell in love then she took Franklin to walk where the poor people lived and he took Eleanor to his schools collage football games then got married Ma…rch 17th 1905 (MORE)
Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt were 5th cousins through their common ancestor of Nicholas Roosevelt.
In 1903 Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt go engaged an d then in 1905 got married.They got married in New York.
He wanted the national animal to be the brown bear because he thought that that animal represented the nation of America the best, strong and fearsome. But the brown bear is also found in Canada, so it wasn't a native animal. The bald eagle was chosen as the national animal.
1901-1909 were the dates that Roosevelt was president. There is no way to know what stamps you may have.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt were marriedon March 17, 1905 in New York City.