Question by  crazycool (145)

What might be the value of a Franklin green one 1 cent stamp?

My father gave me his postage stamp collection.


Answer by  bug57 (1048)

Well, that depends on the condition of the stamp. You are looking at somewhere between .25 for a used one and $15.00 for mint condition.


Answer by  Zorfandel (398)

Depending on the quality of the stamp it could be worth quite a bit of money. Also, these stamps have issuing markings upon them which are indicative of the rarity of the issuing as well as other important attributes. The value of this stamp is best determined in person or by a dealer.


Answer by  Michele13 (1188)

This particular stamp,from the early twentieth century,was a common standard-issue stamp,and there are probably many still around.If in good condition,it could be worth $20.00 to $25.00.


Answer by  Jakecutter (1819)

You could be looking at a twenty dollar valued stamp there. It all depends on the condition of the stamp and if it's been used. If it has been used then the value would drop substantially. Persevering these things is difficult as they require dry places to be stored to keep the adhesive from activating and drying up.


Answer by  Audrey86 (261)

If the stamp has been kept in mint condition, its value would be around ten dollars and seventy-five cents. If it has been used, however, the value would drop to around forty cents.


Answer by  Robin (149)

for appraisal you could just look in beckett for stamps but if you wanted to trade them in for money you have to get it graded for the value


Answer by  audiocupcakes (346)

There are different types of Franklin Green one cent stamps actually, so it will be hard to get an answer without having any other info about the stamp. It could be worth pennies or much more. If it's in unused condition it increases the value.


Answer by  Tom57 (113)

Depending if the stamp has been used or not, you should expect to pay around twelve dollars at a dealer for this stamp. If used, only about 25 cents.

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