Two-dollar bills are generally worth two dollars. Adding a postage stamp to it wouldn't affect the value if the bill. The stamp itself, if rare, might be worth more than two dollars.
It is worth the original cost of the stamp.
It is worth the cost of the stamp.
Its worth about $2.
It is not worth anything
1 cent face value.
It is worth 15 cents.
The A stamp has a postage value of 15 cents. The B stamp has a value of 18 cents. The C stamp is worth 20 cents of postage.
The stamp-postage value of a stamp is visible on the front of the stamp.
6 cents as postage.
If unused, it can still be used for 25 cents worth of postage. Other than that, you will have to fully identify the stamp, as they have been issued for over many years and may be worth anything from a few cents to houndreds of dollars.
You will have to identify the specific stamp. Use a stamp catalog to assist, in general the value will be low and most can be purchased for less than a dollar.
If it says US Addresses Only it is good for 32 cents worth of postage. The Make Up stamp is worth 3 cents.
The E stamp is worth 25 cents in postage. In the US, they are still valid for postage at their face value. The US has never de-valued their postage stamps.
value of silver stamp holder
That will depend on the exact revenue stamp you have. The condition, cancellations, what it is attached to, watermarks, perforations and even color variations can affect the value. You will have to consult a postage stamp catalog to find out.
In used condition it is not worth anything. In mint condition it is probably worth 2 times the face value.
The B stamp is worth 18 cents in postage. In the US, they are still valid for postage at their face value. The US has never de-valued their postage stamps.
The G stamp is worth 32 cents in postage. In the US, they are still valid for postage at their face value. The US has never de-valued their postage stamps.
The B stamp pictures a stylized eagle. It has a value of 18 cents. You can still use it for 18 cents worth of postage.
Depending on which of the one dollar stamps you have, it could be worth a great amount of money. One dollar stamps have been issued since 1892 when a $1 commemorative stamp (Scott #241) was issued. This beautiful showed Isabella Pledging Her Jewels to help Columbus finance his trip to the new world. If THIS is the stamp you have, then is is worth over $2,500 in MNH condition.
It is a common stamp worth 6 cents in mint condition.