Silver Jubilee Stamp

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Norah Martin

Feb 12, 2000, 3:00:00 AM2/12/00
I have an ER Silver Jubilee stamp 1952-1977 anyone tell me if its worth


Blair Stannard

Feb 12, 2000, 3:00:00 AM2/12/00

Norah Martin wrote:

Hello Horah:

We will need much more information , as hundreds
of these were issued by dozens of country.

Please tell us :

Country Name (ie UK, Antigua etc..)
Denomination (ie 35 cents , 50p)
Is it Mint or Used.
Describe the picture a bit.

Then we may be able to help.

Blair Stannard
Ottawa, Canada

Norah Martin

Feb 13, 2000, 3:00:00 AM2/13/00

Thanks for replying

10 pence stamp
issued UK

Queen elizabeths head in centre and either side E then R Silver Jubilee
written accross the top
Not been used
wrapped in silver foil not exactly mint 1 slight crease not damaging


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Blair Stannard

Feb 13, 2000, 3:00:00 AM2/13/00

Hello Norah:

You would probably not get much more than
the 10p for it. Stamp values depend on
many things

Rarity: Millions of these were issued.

Completeness: Normally collectors collect
full sets and there were 5 stamps in that set.
Selling 1 stamp of a set is more difficult than
selling a complete set.

Price: (selling vs buying)

A dealer would probably ask 20p or so , as they
have a minimum price (to cover overhead costs).
(as mentioned - they would be reluctant to break
one of their sets to sell you one stamp). If you
wished to sell, they would offer less than retail
for the above reasons.

Condition + storage:

A tear or crease can eliminate the value of a
stamp, unless it is of considerable value.

Please note that metal foil is not a good way to
store a stamp. Metals can react with stamps
over time. A stamp can be kept in a stamp album
(if you have many) or in a stock book (small booklet
with glassine or acetate slots for stamps. A small
glassine envelope would work too, and you can
keep it between the pages of a book.

In summary, you have a couple of choices. These
include: (a) keep it as a souvenir; (b) give it to a child
or other collector; or (c) use it for 10p postage.

I hope this has been useful. Sorry, no cruise this time.

Have a nice day.

Ottawa, Canada

Aug 31, 2016, 9:52:24 PM8/31/16
I have a silver jubilee 22k gold stamp set of 3, 5c,20c and $1 anyone know the value . I cant find it on the internet
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