United States Stamp Values


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1932 Commemoratives







Denom. Description Mint Used
2 cent Olympic Winter Games Lake Placid Ski Jumper $0.50 $0.25
2 cent Arbor Day Boy and Girl Planting Tree $0.35 $0.20
3 cent Summer Olympic Games Runner $1.95 $0.25
5 cent Summer Olympic Games Discus Thrower $3.00 $0.30
3 cent Pennsylvania 250th Anniversary William Penn $0.45 $0.25
3 cent Daniel Webster $0.85 $0.30


1932 Regular Issues





Denom. Description Mint Used
3 cent George Washington $0.30 $0.20
3 cent George Washington Perforated 10 V $3.35 $0.25
3 cent George Washington Perforated 10 H $1.85 $0.70
6 cent James Garfield Perforated 10 V $14.00 $0.30


1932 Washington Bicentenial









Denom. Description Mint Used
cent Olive brown $0.30 $0.20
1 cent Green $0.30 $0.20
1 cent Brown $0.55 $0.20
2 cent Carmine rose $0.30 $0.20
3 cent Deep violet $0.70 $0.20
4 cent Light brown $0.35 $0.25
5 cent Blue $2.75 $0.25
6 cent Red orange $4.95 $0.25
7 cent Black $0.40 $0.20
8 cent Olive bistre $4.50 $0.90
9 cent Pale red $3.85 $0.25
10 cent Orange yellow $17.50 $0.25


1933 Commemoratives











Denom. Description Mint Used
3 cent Washington's Headquarters Peace Newburgh $0.30 $0.20
1 cent Century of Progress Chicago Fort Dearborn $0.45 $0.20
3 cent Century of Progress Chicago Federal Bldg. $0.45 $0.20
1 cent Chicago Imperforate Sheet of 25 $47.50 $45.00
1 cent Single stamp from sheet $1.50 $0.95
3 cent Chicago Imperforate Sheet of 25 $38.50 $38.50
3 cent Single stamp from sheet $1.50 $0.95
3 cent National Recovery Act (N.R.A.) $0.30 $0.20
3 cent Byrd Antarctic Expedition $0.80 $0.65
5 cent General Kosciuszko $0.80 $0.30


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These prices for U.S. stamps are provided as a service to Hobbizine readers. They are derived from numerous sources such as dealer price lists, advertisements in philatelic publications, and public auction results. Use these values as a guideline for evaluating the reasonableness of dealer prices, setting up trades with other collectors, and estimating the worth of your collection. The value of an individual stamp is dependent on its centering and condition. The prices listed here are for well centered, undamaged stamps. A particularly nice example might sell for more than the amount listed, while a poor copy might be worth less.

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