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1954-68 Liberty Series

1/2 cent Benjamin Franklin$0.30$0.20
1 cent George Washington$0.30$0.20
1 1/4 cent Palace of the Governors Santa Fe New Mexico$0.30$0.20
1 1/2 cent Mount Vernon$0.35$0.20
2 cent Thomas Jefferson$0.30$0.20
2 1/2 cent Bunker Hill$0.30$0.20
3 cent Statue of Liberty$0.30$0.20
4 cent Abraham Lincoln$0.40$0.20
4 1/2 cent The Hermitage$0.40$0.20
5 cent James Monroe$0.40$0.20
6 cent T. Roosevelt$0.50$0.20
7cent Woodrow Wilson$0.45$0.20
8 cent Liberty Original Flat Plate$0.45$0.20
8 cent Liberty Original Rotary$0.70$0.45
8 cent Liberty Redrawn$0.45$0.20
8 cent General John.J. Pershing$0.50$0.20
9 cent The Alamo$0.65$0.20
10 cent Independence Hall$0.60$0.20
11 cent Statue of Liberty$0.50$0.20
12 cent Benjamin Harrison$0.70$0.20
15 cent John Jay$1.15$0.20
20 cent Monticello$1.00$0.20
25 cent Paul Revere$2.00$0.20
30 cent Robert E. Lee$2.25$0.20
40 cent John Marshall$2.80$0.20
50 cent S.B.Anthony$2.80$0.20
$1 Patrick Henry$7.00$0.25
$5 Alexander Hamilton$125.00$8.25

1954-80 Liberty Series Coil Stamps Perf 10

In 1875 the Post Office issued reprints of the first stamps as part of the nationwide celebration of the United States Centennial.

1 cent George Washington$0.30$0.20
1 1/4 cent Palace of Governors$0.30$0.20
2 cent Jefferson$0.95$0.20
2 1/2 cent Bunker Hill$0.40$0.25
3 cent Liberty$0.30$0.20
4 cent Lincoln$0.35$0.20
4 1/2 cent Hermitage$1.95$1.35
25 cent Paul Revere$1.25$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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