Theis pictured on the Forever Stamp. They are worth the current value of a first class stamp, which is 44 cents in 2009. They can only be used for US addresses.
What is the value of the champion of liberty 8 cent stamp?
It is a forever stamp. It is good for the current value of a first class stamp.
This is a very very common stamp. 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 nothing per stamp- say 65% face if mint and 1/20 cent if used. It is the kind of stamp I use on letters if unused or give to kids if used.
Its face value as postage.
In 2011, the average price was appx. 9 $.
The Forever Stamp is good for regular postage on one ounce of First Class Mail FOR EVER! It's value is that of a single postage stamp. Currently it is worth .45 cents.
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39 cents. This is called the "Lady Liberty and U.S. Flag" stamp. See http://www.usps.com/communications/news/stamps/2006/39/
You will have to provide a more specific description of the stamp, Lady Liberty has been pictured on many different US stamps. You can identify it through an online catalog that may even provide you a general value,
This is very very common stamp. Virtually worthless used , but still worth 3 cents for postage if unused.
$0.39 as of August 2014.
This a very common regular issue stamp. Unused, it can still be used for 3 cents of postage. It has no additional value as a collectible.Used, it is about as worthless as any stamp can be-- dealers' buy-price is about 5 cents per 100.
The ones with the Statue of Liberty are worth 39 cents face value. Additional postage must be added to make the current rate. They can only be used for US addresses.
This was issued December 6, 2006. It has a face value of 39 cents.
The stamp without any face value shown is worth 39 cents. It can be used for that amount of postage. Check the USPS web site for pictures and other things.
This is the forever stamp -- its value as postage remains at the current first class rate. Even when the rate goes up, it can still be used without additional postage. Now it is the same as a 42 cent stamp-- after May 11, it becomes a 44-center.
It has little value. You can purchase them for about 20 cents, but are not likely to find a dealer willing to give you anything for a single copy.
The tulip stamp was marked as the F Flower stamp. It has a face value of 29 cents.
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