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World's most valuable stamps

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Some of these stamps are one-of-a-kind, which makes them priceless

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The Germany "Inflation Issue" stamps 1923 Report Abuse
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Abraham Lincoln 1867 Report Abuse
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Post Office Mauritius, 1847 Report Abuse
30 or less copies of this stamp exist. 2 of these stamps were sold for $3, 8 million in auction.
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Sweden Three Skilling Banco, Yellow Color Error, 1855 Report Abuse
In 1996, this stamp was sold for $2, 3 million. The printing error on this stamp makes it unique.
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Hawaiian Missionaries, 1851 Report Abuse
These were the first stamps issued in hawaii. The rarest stamp in the set is 2 cent. Only 16 copies of that stamp are known to exist.
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British Guiana One Cent Black on Magenta, 1856 Report Abuse
It is believed to be one of the rarest stamps in the world. Only one of these stamps have been discovered and it is invaluable
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U.S. Franklin Z-Grill, 1867 Report Abuse
It is the rarest U.S stamp and only 2 of these stamps are believed to exist.
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The New Brunswick stamp "Connell's Folly” stamps 1859 Report Abuse
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The inverted Jenny Report Abuse
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Bermuda 1 Penny, Postmaster P. Hamilton, 1848 Report Abuse
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British Guyana 4 black on blue, 1856 Report Abuse
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Confederated States of America, Mt. Lebanon Report Abuse
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Uganda Protectoriate, black, seven stamps, 1895 Report Abuse
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The Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and El Salvador "Seebeck Reprints" stamps 1889-189 Report Abuse
10 points - added 13 years ago by orangeporridge - 3 comments
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How can your determine if the stamp is a "reprint" or "not a reprint"??I have a few of the seebeck series 1891 Nicaragua,and they are mint/Og/and hinged in a very old stamp collection book,, I need a profession who can answer this question? mr.kim edwards anaheim,ca 92804 usa
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I have 2 centavo nicarguan stamp 1881/1891 redish,pink,unused.then one like it,1centavo brown,unused.
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I have one of these , anyone know the value
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The U.S. "Dag Hammarskjold Error” stamps 1962 Report Abuse
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Red Mercury Stamp 1856 Report Abuse
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The U.S. "Farley's Follies" stamps 1935 Report Abuse
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Perot Provisional stamps 1848 Report Abuse
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Inverted Swan stamp 1855 Report Abuse
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Canada 6, 12 Pence, 1851 Report Abuse
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Landing of Columbus 1869 Report Abuse
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Shield, Eagle and Flag 1869 Report Abuse
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