Is a six pence stamp worth anything?
The value of a six pence stamp will depend on the year of the stamp, and the condition of the stamp.
First of all you have to be sure it is 'rare.' There are hundreds of six cent stamps that have been issued, some well over 100 years old. They could be worth anything from 6 cents for postage if unused to hundreds of thousands of dollars. The first US 6 cent stamp #115 was issued in 1869 and the mint version can be purchased for $1,750. There is a 1909 #362 that is worth $18,000…
A British "X Pence" coin does not exist. "Pence" is the plural of "Penny" The 1892 Sixpence is 19 mm in diameter and has the words "SIX PENCE" on the reverse. The 1892 Threepence is 16 mm in diameter and has a large numeral "3" on the reverse. The Maundy 1 Penny, 2 Pence, 3 Pence and 4 Pence all have a large numeral on the reverse indicating the face value. All are made from…
This Question is way too broad. They made stamps with King George V on them for twenty six years for many different colonies, dominions and countries. They made more than just one kind of stamp per nation, as well. It would depend on if the stamp was in good or bad condition, and if it was ever used.
On Ebay it looks as if they could be worth anywhere from about six bucks to over twenty. I have 10 consecutive NY ones and I am sure they are worth more. I may have another ten too if I can put my hands on them! They did one day of this bicentennial stamp with postmark at the post office on Tuesday April 13th 1976. Kinda cool.. Good luck!
First of all you need to work out the cost of One gram 40/12=3.33333333 pence Then multiply the cost of One gram by 600 to get the cost of Six hundred grams 3.33333333*600 = 2000 pence or £20.00 -------------------------------------------- Alternatively 600/12 = 50 and 50 times 48 pence = 2000 pence or £20.00