Stamp error

Discussion in 'Stamp Chat' started by bdaviddawg, Mar 30, 2013.

  1. bdaviddawg

    bdaviddawg New Member

    I have two error stamps (photos I hope attached). One is 2067-2068 F-VF NH PR with the black shifted.
    The other is 1131 DSCN0362 (640x556).jpg var VF NH Full 100% offset on the reverse.

    Where can a person go to find the value of stamps like these? Is there a company that provides stamp estimates?

    Is there a stamp grading company like NGC for coins and PMG for currency? If so would it also be worthwhile to have them graded?


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  2. Philactica

    Philactica Active Member

    Two nice items.

    The maligned perforation (black shift) could fetch a novel $5 top $10
    The offset could be manufactured through heat - lying on another similar stamp, but a curiosity.
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  3. Brandon Sheley

    Brandon Sheley New Member

    I’ve always been fond of error stamps, I just like the rareness
    of them I guess. I have a few columbine expedition stamps that are errors. I’d
    almost trade my whole collection of stamps if I could get 1/5 of them as
  4. zararina

    zararina Simply Me! :D

    I do have few misaligned stamps but knew that they do not have high or good values since they are common stamps. Maybe rare stamps with errors could really have high value in the market.
  5. Sarahrtw

    Sarahrtw Active Member

    I can definitely see the appeal of error stamps. Their error gives them a unique quality, something that sets them apart from regular stamps.
  6. zararina

    zararina Simply Me! :D

    I also find error stamps appealing because they are definitely unique. Some of these error stamps also have very high values.
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