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How much would a collection of 22kt Gold Replica U.S. Stamps

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How much would a collection of 22kt Gold Replica U.S. Stamps starting with Earth Day issued April 20, 1995 through Carousel Horses issued July 21, 1995.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Randyman replied 5 years ago.
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I collected these stamps for awhile during the period that you are speaking of. The 22 kt gold is a gold foil around a replica stamp along with an example of the stamp. When I was collecting the first day issue gold replica stamps would come in a box of six stamps with all the information for each stamp, and the box would cost, I believe, $39.95. You have @ 4 months of stamps. Your stamps have a Fair Market value for resale of @ $60.00. Unfortunately, the US Post office just flooded the market with these, and they have barely retained their original value and have even gotten a little cheaper. However, there are some of these stamps that are fairly valuable, but they are stamps like the Michael Jordan stamp, Dorothy Hamill, & Willie Mays, mostly single personality stamps that have the value. I hope this helps you! You can find a lot of these on ebay. Make sure you check "completed" sales to see what they are actually selling for.

Randy Man

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