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Many stamp collectors include First Day Covers (FDCs) as a part of their collections. Exhibitors value them to show the early usage of the postage stamp or envelope. You can find clubs that specialize in FDCs and dealers through the American Philatelic Society or an organization in your area. Read More
Scott's Specialized US Catalog lists prices for First Day Covers (FDCs) as well as plate blocks. Read More
Do stamps affixed to special envelopes with titles such as American Revolution Bicentennial 1973 First Day of Issue have any value?
Yes, First Day Covers or FDCs, have some value. The picture or 'cachet' on the envelope can affect the value, some makers have limited runs and others are very artistic. Most FDCs can be purchased for a few dollars. The rarety of the stamps can also have an affect. You can obtain further information by consulting a specialized catalog, there may be one in your local library. Read More
Most current FDC covers can be purchased for a dollar or so from a dealer. Which means you might be able to sell it for half that. Specialty catalogs for FDCs can also give you more value. Read More
FDCs on a commercially produced First Day Covers of standard commemoratives like this are typically worth a dollar or two. The popularity of the Olympics may get you a bit more for it. A specialized catalog will list the value of a cachet or un-cacheted cover. Read More
How much is oliver wendall Holmes stamp worth if on envelope with his picture and first day issue Envelope shows who sent and who received it?
Scot NR. 1288 et al. There have been a couple of Oliver Wendall Holmes stamps issued. FDCs for this 15 cent stamp can be purchased for around a dollar. Read More
How do you find prices of First Day of Issue Covers 1950s-1960s without paying 60 dollars and what are the general prices of 1950s-1960s FDCs?
They are roughly going to be worth $1 to $2 each. A few specific ones (high values) will be worth more. Your library will have a postage stamp catalog and there are online sites where pricing can be found. Read More
You will need to consult the catalogs. Most libraries will have a copy of Scott's Postage Stamp Catalog of the World and some of them also have a specialized catalog for FDCs. First of all, you have to identify the specific stamp or card. That in itself can be a daunting task, but most of the catalogs are well illustrated with lots of information. Once you know what item you have, the catalog will provide… Read More
The value depends upon the specific stamp and the time frame. Most current FDC covers can be purchased for a dollar from a dealer. Large value stamps and older covers have a larger value and may be worth considerably more. Plate blocks also add to value. Consult a catalog to identify the stamp. Specialty catalogs for FDCs can also give you more accurate values. Read More
Cachet refers to a design printed on an envelope. It is often found on First Day Covers and Special Event covers. Before collectors got really interested in the postmarks, First Day Covers were identified simply by the cancellation. Early cachet covers are unusual and bring a premium. Later FDCs and events without cachet are going to be worth considerably less. Read More
A mouthpiece is considered mandatory equipment and must be worn in NCAA football. The rule is 1-4d and it states: "ARTICLE 4. All players shall wear the following mandatory equipment, which shall be professionally manufactured and not altered to decrease protection.... d. Mouthpiece. An intra-oral mouthpiece of any readily visible color (not white or transparent) with FDA-approved base materials (FDCS) that covers all upper teeth..." Read More