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  • #72745
    Wolf Engine
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    Hello, forum people! Can you tell me if this stamp is valuable?

    Stamp

    #72781
    Jesse
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    Hi there,

    While it’s nearly impossible to offer an exact estimation based on a digital image, I can tell you it’s from the 1897-98 Queen Victoria ‘Maple Leaf’ issue—specifically Scott #66. The regular issue is listed in the Unitrade Specialized Catalogue of Canadian Stamps as $6-$12 used and $2-$20 mint (plus 200% for a never-hinged example).

    Is this image the actual example in your collection?

    Happy collecting!

    #72819
    Wolf Engine
    Participant

    Thank you for your help. According to this site, it is not very valuable… https://findyourstampsvalue.com/stamp/ub6ytQYHde Just the Internet is a very wide range of prices. Probably really depends on the quality – the safety of the stamp itself.

    • This reply was modified 10 months, 2 weeks ago by Wolf Engine.
    #73011
    Jesse
    Participant

    Pleasure’s all mine; thanks for reaching out!

    Quality is always a major indicator of value—nice, fresh material will always be worth more–but of course, rarity is important, too.

    #74301
    Wolf Engine
    Participant

    I totally agree)

    #74331
    Wolf Engine
    Participant

    Hello. I ran into me again with an unknown postage stamp. Can you help me identify her?

    P.S. I tried to create a new discussion, but it’s not being created.

    #74347
    Wolf Engine
    Participant

    Anyway. Thank you. Even though I didn’t get any help here… But still. I found her here:https://findyourstampsvalue.com/stamp/LY4NrHGkRy

    #74405
    Jesse
    Participant

    Yes, Wolf — issued April 15, 2004, and is listed as Scott #6828 with a value of 25 cents used, 50 cents unused.

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