High face value United States stamps on the cheap
About a week and a half ago, I had the opportunity to attend the TSDA San Antonio Stamp Show. It was the first bourse I’d been to in probably a decade, and although I didn’t have nearly as much time to spend there as I would have liked, I did enjoy myself, and picked up a couple of nice items without breaking the bank. I’ll share those in a future post.
Among the goodies I purchased was an accumulation of used high face value United States postage stamps. There were lots of duplicates, and I want to give you a shot at some of them!
I have three sets of six stamps each, the set pictured here and two others containing the same varieties. Each set of six has a catalogue value of around $40, but because the stamps have small flaws such as surface wrinkling, creases, etc., I’m letting them go for just $4 per set, postage paid to anywhere in the world. (Texas residents pay 8.25% sales tax for a total of $4.33.)
As I said, these stamps have minor flaws, but it’s a very inexpensive way to fill some otherwise pricey holes in your collection.
Interested? Send me a note and let me know—if you want more than one set, give me a heads up about that, too—and I’ll confirm that the stamps are still available and provide payment details to you.