What is the value of an Elvis stamp?
Catalogue value for a mint one (in excellent shape) .60c. A used one is .20c
What is the current value of the Elvis Collection of sheet of Elvis stamps single stamp canceled in Graceland on date of issue 45 LP picture of Elvis in original sealed package purchased in 1992?
The Elvis stamp is the best saleing stamp in millions were sold. People purchased them and saved them hoping they would be worth something down the road. But because there were so many sold there is not real value to them . Just there face value of the stamp. First Day Issues are worth more and so would block stamps of the Elvis stamp.
Scott Catalog # 2721, 2724 & 2731, 29 cent, Elvis Presley Issued as a commemorative in booklets and sheets in 1993. There are three values for these stamps and they are: New = 60 cents Used = 20 Face value of 29 cents. Because of the large amount of stamps printed (517 million, page 531) for this issue most dealers will pay you about 80% of face value or 23 cents for new stamp.
This stamp is a common US commemorative stamp. Mint US stamps are worth their face value to use as postage, so you can use yours that way, if you need postage. Otherwise, your stamp has negligible value ( less than 25 cents retail) , but please do not throw it away! Keep it in your stamp collection for your children or yourself when you have more time. If you have more than one, you may…
Catalog value is $29 for a sheet. Dealers will only give you about 80% of face value, which is about $9.28 for a sheet. The reason is that the Elvis stamps got a lot of publicity and a lot were printed. Scott Cat. #2721 (517 million stamps were printed). They are not going to go up in value for a long time. (Scott Specialized Catalog for US Stamps 2011, page 208 and 531)
What is the value of a 1985 Elvis Presley error stamp mint from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines never hinged original gum condition?
Scott # 2721 and 2724. Issued as a single and as a part of a block of 4. Differentiated by the perforations. Used these get the minimum 20 cent value. Mint they can bring cost about 50 or 60 cents. Consult a postage stamp catalog, usually available at your local library for exact identification and catalog values.