I believe they are 41 cents. I just had the same dilemma. How dumb not to put the value on the face of a stamp!!!
44 cents as of 2009
The price of one US postage stamp sufficient to mail a one ounce letter to any destination within the US is $0.44. That price is likely to increase soon. Note also that there are a great variety of US postage stamps available for various purposes. You can buy a single stamp with a value of $0.01, but you can also but a single stamp with a value of $7.80, $10.00, even more.
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.
I believe you are referring to the G Make up rate stamp. Issued in 1994 it has a face value of 3 cents.
What is the current value of the Anna Julia Cooper postage stamp
The current value for a standard postage stamp is 46 cents.
I believe you are referring to the one issued in 2007. That has a face value of 41 cents. Check USPS publication 604a.
The F series stamps were issued in 1991. The postage stamp has a face value of 29 cents.
Face value of the original stamp was $0.20
The stamp-postage value of a stamp is visible on the front of the stamp.
The face value of the D stamp was 22 cents when issued in 1985.
According to the USPS website, under "Buy Stamps", then "Rate Change", the brown background non-denominated US Flag stamp is $.41. The US flag is one of the most popular subjects for a Postage Stamp and can be found on dozens of them. The value of each will be dependent upon condition and rarity. You would have to identify the specific stamp to determine the value.